Posts Tagged ‘Two Door Cinema Club’

NEWS: Full line-up announced for Parklife 2017!

Instead of leaking out a few acts here and there in the run up to the big day(s), Manchester’s annual music festival Parklife have decided to lay all of their cards on the table and confirm the full line-up for this year’s event.

Spread across eight different stages on two days, acts confirmed to perform at the festival this year include The 1975, London Grammar, Two Door Cinema Club, Danny Brown, and more.

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NEWS: Jimmy Eat World and more join Reading/Leeds Festival 2017 line-up!

One of the biggest UK festival weekends of the year, Reading & Leeds Festival, is fast approaching, and the organisers have just announced another batch of bands who’ll be part of the 2017 line-up, joining the likes of Muse, Architects, and While She Sleeps.

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NEWS: Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975 and more join Glastonbury 2016 line-up!

Along with already confirmed main stage headliners Coldplay, Muse, and Adele, the organisers of this year’s Glastonbury Festival have now confirmed a huge chunk of this year’s line-up joining the bill. Some of the latest announced additions include Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975, Wolf Alice, CHVRCHES, and more.

You can check out all of the latest additions and an updated line-up poster below:

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NEWS: Reading & Leeds Festival 2016 confirm more bands, including Foals, Parkway Drive and more!

Returning to ensure it keeps itself as one of the most anticipated festival weekends of the year, the organisers of Reading & Leeds Festival have confirmed another huge batch of bands to join the line-up, with the latest additions including Foals, Parkway Drive, Disclosure, and Nothing But Thieves to name but a few. You can find all of the latest additions to the bill listed below:

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AUDIO: Two Door Cinema Club – Changing Of The Seasons

Indie rockers Two Door Cinema Club have just released their latest single ‘Changing Of The Seasons’ online to stream. The single is taken from the band’s upcoming yet-to-be-titled EP, which is set for release later this year. You can listen to it below:

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NEWS: V Festival announce first wave of acts for 2013 line-up!

Annual music festival V Festival have just announced their first wave of confirmed acts that will make up this year’s line-up, including Kings Of Leon, Stereophonics and more. The full list of currently announced acts are outlined below:

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NEWS: Two Door Cinema Club announce January/February headline UK tour!

With their new album ‘Beacon’ released on September 3rd 2012, indie rockers Two Door Cinema Club have just announced a full headline tour of the UK at the front end of next year. All dates of the tour along with ticket details can be found below:

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NEWS: The NME Awards Tour 2012 to hit the road in February!

The forthcoming NME Awards Tour is set to hit the road in February, with the tour’s line-up featuring Two Door Cinema Club, Metromony, Tribes and Azealia Banks. Confirmed tour dates and details on how to purchase tickets can be found below:

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LIVE: Leeds Festival @ Bramham Park, Leeds – Sunday (28/08/2011)

Date: August 28th, 2011
Venue: Bramham Park, Leeds

Note: As only two members of the site were able to review the festival weekend, we were sadly unable to cover every band performing throughout the festival.

One of the longest running popular music festivals in the UK, the Reading/Leeds Festival weekend is well reknowned and has been hugely popular since its inception. This year, we made an appearance at the Leeds site of the event, and what a (muddy) weekend it was. With the co-headline act appearing for Leeds having Pulp headline and close the festival, there’s nothing like a bit of nostalgia to end a fantastic weekend of music.

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LIVE: Iglu & Hartly @ The Sugarmill, Stoke (24/09/2008)

Date: September 24th, 2008
Venue: The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
Support: Two Door Cinema Club, Nick Harrison

Rating: 5/10


Iglu & Hartly profile

It’s strange how some bands are far from the public eye one minute, and the next they’re entering the mainstream music charts and are known across the country. Iglu & Hartly are one upcoming band who have managed to accomplish the feat mentioned above, and have come to Stoke to show that they’re something to make a fuss about at The Sugarmill.

Three man band and an accomplice of an Apple Mac for drum beats and extra sounds is the formation of openers Two Door Cinema Club (**), producing a sound of indie with a dash of electronic. Though fairly unknown to the majority of the crowd, they manage to get a few members dancing along to their upbeat indie offerings.

Nick Harrison (*) on the other hand isn’t quite as much of a pleasure to watch perform. Though his ska/reggae-like take on indie today is one that doesn’t come across you often, Nick Harrison just seems to just come onstage and do his thing rather than appear like he enjoys it. The mainly static approach isn’t one that is a winner for attracting new fans, or in some cases maintaining current ones.

A crowd consisting mainly of teenage girls surges towards the stage like they were giving away cash, clearly showing how the popularity of Iglu & Hartly (***) has increased in the past few months. Right from the start, the band are sweating out energy in their stage presence, making good use of the stage room that they have available, and even venturing out into the crowd on one or two occasions. The band’s blend of pop, rap, indie, and even punk is a positive one, and has the audience jumping all night long, resulting in many sweaty fans as a consequence. When their latest single ‘In This City’ is finally played, the crowd size at the front seems to double in size, as people just want to join in on the fun this band are generating. Iglu & Hartly don’t seem to mind this one bit, and even allow over a dozen people on stage to dance and have fun alongside them for their closing song of the night.

Iglu & Hartly may well be a new name on the scene, but with the turnout and reaction of this show, they might even become a household name in a few short years. They were definitely welcomed and appreciated “in this city”… and surely many others out there.

Written by Zach Redrup

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