Posts Tagged ‘Draper’

NEWS: 70+ more acts confirmed for Reading & Leeds Festival 2016!

NEWS: Good Charlotte are back!
Pop-punk heroes Good Charlotte are set to return from their five year hiatus, with a new album in works and a clip of brand new single, 'Makeshift Love', appearing online.

The day when this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival weekend is upon us is drawing ever closer, and to whet our appetites even more, the organisers have confirmed over 70 more bands and artists joining the bill.

Fresh additions to the line-up include Good Charlotte, Pulled Apart By Horses, Tonight Alive, Hacktivist, Mastodon, ROAM, Beach Slang, and many more.

You can find all of the newly announced names, along with the current stage splits, below:

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EP: Bring Me The Horizon – The Chill Out Sessions

Release Date: November 22nd, 2012
Label: Unsigned


Having embraced electronic elements so consummately with 2010’s spectacular ‘There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Lets Keep It A Secret.’, not to mention a full on remix album with ‘Suicide Season: Cut Up’, the appearance of yet other collection of atmoshperic re-imaginings from Bring Me The Horizon is certainly no revelation. Although, working here with producer/’chillstep’ artist, Draper, ‘The Chill Out Sessions’ delivers a wholly new experience for BMTH fans as a distinctly sedate and delicate ambience proves to be the order of the day.

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NEWS: Bring Me The Horizon pull ‘The Chill Out Sessions’ remix album!

Bring Me The Horizon have been forced to pull their remix album with Draper, ‘The Chill Out Sessions’, that was due to be released online via their website yesterday. On Draper‘s official Facebook page, he’s stated that the release has been cancelled “Due to the band’s current management and label situation”.

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NEWS: Bring Me The Horizon release new remix album on New Years Day!

Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon are set to release a new remix album on New Years Day (January 1st, 2012), titled ‘The Chill Out Sessions’. The release will be available from the band’s official website (here), and will feature tracks from their 2010 full-length ‘There Is A Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let’s Keep It A Secret’ album, remixed by Draper.

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