Stage banter a-go-go from Fugazi.»
DiS has a pair of signed copies of Pat Graham's new Silent Pictures book to give away...»
Dischord Records - founded by Jeff Nelson and Fugazi's Ian MacKaye - is working in conjunction with other local organisations in the Washington, DC area to open the famous Inner Ear Studios up to young musicians, for free...»
The music worlds been shouting the loudest about why we shouldn't be about to goto war. We've trawled the net to bring you the best reasoned 'dissent'… Yesterday you will have noticed Damon Albarn and Massive Attack on the 6 o'clock news throwing soundbites in the air against what looks very likely to be a»
There aren't a helluva lot of bands on their second albums right now to get excited about, especially american bands. But Q AND NOT U are an absolutely different story... Signed to the mighty Fugazi's Dischord label, Q and not U have got the DC noize thang down, but with loads of muddled like»
Fugazi have annouced the rescheduled dates of their UK tour. The previous dates were cancelled due to a family matter.
The dates are as follows:
20th - Brighton Corn Exchange
21st - Exeter University Lemon Grove
22nd - Birmingham Que Club »
Sadly, Drownedinsound can reveal that the Fugazi uk tour is off. This is the statement issued on behalf the band... "It is with deep regret that we must announce the cancellation of Fugazi's UK and Eire dates in June, due to the sudden death of an immediate family member. Fugazi apologise to their fans »
After years of waiting Membranaphonics is finally here!
The Baltimore-based label Monitor Records, best known as the Oxes' label, have announced the completion of the Membranaphonics compliation album. The compilation is a collection of songs performed by some of the most creativ»
Fugazi have completed work on their new LP due to be released later this year.
The as-yet-untitled album should be released through Dischord in late September. Fugazi plan to debut the new material on 23rd and 24th of June at Chicago's Congress Theatre, support comes from Shellac and The EX.
Mr Barry Hogan reveals all on his website, sorry I mean the All Tomorrow's Parties website.
After calling people who had genuine complaints about this years festival, "miserable fucking pricks," "soap dodging students," and "tossers" Mr Hogan then cleared up the story about the bigger venue:
The delightful Barry Hogan, promoter behind the All Tomorrows Parties festivals, has revealed some of the acts for next years UK festival.
In the programme for this years event, the Foundation main man wrote in 'A promoter's dream...' that Shellac "agreed to curate the following year on April 19th-21s»