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Field Music News
Back last week it was announced that Field Music are to release an album early next year, through Memphis Industries and it's that record label which celebrates its 13th birthday this year. Happy birthday to them. May there be many more. Anyway, as part of their celebrations they're putting on a show at London's KOKO on November 30.»
Those eagle-eyed of you will have noticed the absence of BBC 2's Review Show this week. I think it was something or other to do with a festival called Glastonbury or something. Not entirely certain, though. Anyway, we hope you didn't miss it too much.»
A solid start. »
Field Music are BACK!»
The Newcastle quintet release collaborations album this November...»
Drowned in Sound has teamed up with Eat Your Own Ears for an October full of DELIGHT.
This October sees Drowned in Sound turn the majestic age of six. Yes, six years of mind-bendingly enjoyable music journalism and sexual innuendo...»
Today is glorious, isn't it? By choice, I'd be down at the beach with my ladyfriend, popping into the sea on occasion and supping on a delicious blonde trappist ale.
Alas, in the ivory basement of the DiSopolis I sit, looking forward to a summer of love. Yeah! Music! Wychwood is one of the first festivals this summer, kicking this off in style from the 2nd-4th June at Cheltenham Racecourse.»
Field Music's innate ability to construct complex and interesting pop music and still maintain a soul hold them in good stead for this, their first UK headlining tour. DiS suggests you go and below is where you should go, if you decide to go and you decide than the answer isn't no when you pose the question 'should I go?'»