For a bit of fun and as some vague ‘celebration’ of the fact we’ve existed long enough to reach our 11th birthday, over the next few days the current crop of DiS contributors will be writing about records released in the year 2000 that they loved and continue to admire...»
Six By Seven News
BBC 6Music kindly let Drowned in Sound takeover the nations airwaves last night, for a special two hour 6mix(tape) featuring some of DiS founder Sean Adams’ highlights of the past 10 years. »
South Yorkshire's soon-to-be-massive shoegaze-tinged quartet Exit Calm head out on their biggest tour to date this month as guests of The Music. »
Noteworthy Creation Records noiserockers Swervedriver have today confirmed their first London show in a decade»
Six By Seven's comeback is picking up steam, as the Nottingham rockers' new album - If Symptoms Persist, Kill Your Doctor - has just been made available to buy through their online store...»
Audioscope announces its location and line-up for 2003... The event will be held at The Zodiac in Oxford on 6th September and will be headlined by Six By Seven. All profits from the event go directly to the Shelter fund. The full line-up is as follows: Six By Seven»
Perennial underdogs Six By Seven have announced details of a new single. Following the departure of bassist Paul Douglas and the band's split from their label, the band are once again clawing their way back with the happy news that Fierce Panda are to release their new single, which will be accompanied by»
A source close to the band has revealed that Six By Seven plan to continue despite the departure of bassist Paul Douglas. We've been informed thus: "Chris D's completely terrible week was topped off by Pazza announcing he was leaving the day before a big gig in Spain. Needless to say things are a bit fr»
Once again all is not well in Six By Seven land. Just over two months after the band were dropped by their label, an official source has confirmed that bassist Paul Douglas left the band at the weekend - as yet, no reason for this has been revealed. As a result, the band's forthcoming London show »
Fucksticks, arsecandles, wankbadgers and pisscranes. And, indeed, bollocks. We are not happy, no we are not. I hate it when rumours are true. Beggar's Banquet have done the dirty and dropped our gloomy heroes Six By Seven. I guess there's not much else to say at this point. 6x7 leave beh»
You will have read and felt the hype of The (International) Noise Conspiracy by now, and if you're fortunate, you'll have witnessed their live garage-rocking, political PARTAY! The albums, out on Burning Heart, are quite hard to get hold of. However, you can get two of the bands best songs on one 7"»
Just when you thought reading couldn't get much better and only about 6bands worth seeing were playing, Mean Fiddler (the organisers) have suddenly excelled themselves and put together a bill that is not just amazing but shows off all the exciting, inspiring, hold it to your hearts and shed a tear type music whi»
Truck Records have announced a barrage of new bands set to play this year's Truck Festival in Oxford. The event which takes place at Hill Farm, South Oxfordshire on July 21st-22nd will cost £20 with tickets available from the online shop at www.truckrecords.com Bands confirmed so far: »
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Six By Seven and The Delgados are among the bands helping to celebrate the fifth birthday of Mantra Recording's.
The label will be hosting gigs, parties and special DJ sets by new and established Mantra artists in a four-night stand at London Scala from the 6th to 9th August.
Oxford's Truck Records announce the lineup for their festival.
Those confirmed to play at The Truck Festival include: Goldrush, Four Storeys, Black Nielon, The Rock of Travolta, Simon Baker, Rareform, Pug, Moonkat, Eeebleee, Captain Howdy,Tongue and Groove, Toby Kidd, Ellis, Six by Seven, Meanwhile...»