Death at Latitude
A 17 year old boy has died at this year’s Latitude festival. The teenager was airlifted from the festival and taken to hospital. His death is not being treated as suspicious.
Johnny Depp Joins Aerosmith
Well for one night only. The Pirates of the Caribbean actor came on stage during the bands show in Massachusetts and played Train Kept A-Rollin with the ageing rockers.
The Twilight Sad have had their equipment stolen. The band are currently touring and they have issued a statement assuring fans that the shows will take place.
Football Failure for Louis Tomlinson
One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson has failed to accrue enough money to buy his beloved Doncaster Rovers. The former X Factor contestant expressed interest in buying the football club earlier this year.
Oberst Accepts Apology
Conor Oberst has accepted the apology of Joanie Faircloth. Faircloth accused the singer of rape but has since publicly retracted her accusation. Oberst gave the following statement: “I have accepted Joanie Fairloth’s apology and retraction to clear my name. This has been extremely difficult and stressful for me personally and for those I love. I’m appreciative of the family, friends, fans and business partners who supported me throughout this and look forward to happier times as we all move forward with our lives.
Cheryl Cole is Married
Cheryl Cole got married in secret this week. The Girls Aloud singer married Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, her partner of 3 months. Congratulations.
After doing the festival circuit this summer you can catch Glass Animals on tour in October.
10th October – Magnet, Liverpool
11th October – Sound Control, Manchester
13th October – The Haunt, Brighhton
14th October – Oval Space, London
15th October – Thekla, Bristol
16th October – The Plug, Sheffield
17th October – CCA, Glasgow
18th October – Whelan’s Dublin
Holy Esque will be touring this summer.
19th August – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh
21st August – Night and Day, Manchester
22nd August – The Cookie Jar, Leicester
23rd August – Sunflower Lounge Birmingham, Birmingham
25th August – Joiners, Southampton
26th August – Bleach, Brighton
27th August – The Waiting Room, London
28th August – Studio 2, Liverpool
29th August – Duchess, York
5th September – Stereo, Glasgow
The Magic Numbers
The Magic Numbers play a London show this week ahead of their tour later this year.
22nd July – The Islington, London
10th September – Garage, Glasgow
11th September – East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
12th September – Academy 2, Manchester
13th September – Met Uni, Leeds
15th September – Leadmill, Seffield
16th September – Library Institute, Birmingham
17th September – Bierkeller, Bristol
20th September – Junction, Cambridge
21st September – o2 Academy 2, Oxford
23rd September – St Georges Church, Brighton
24th September – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
25th September – Forum, London
Nick Mulvey is heading out on a solo tour after playing the festivals.
9th October – The Phoenix, Exeter
10th October – Princess Pavilions, Falmouth
12th October – o2 Academy, Oxford
13th October – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
14th October – Komedia, Bath
16th October – o2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
17th October – Junction, Cambridge
19th October – Waterfront, Norwich
20th October – Komedia, Brighton
22nd October – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
23rd October – Institute, Birmingham
24th October – Leadmill, Sheffield
26th October – Oran Mor, Glasgow
27th October – The Sage, Gateshead
29th October – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
30th October – Cathedral, Manchester
Catch Nicole Atkins on tour later this year.
16th October – Gullivers, Manchester
17th October – King Tuts, Glasgow
18th October – Sneaky Pete’, Edinburgh
21st October – The Cluny 2, Newcastle
23rd October – Louisiana, Bristol
24th October – The Lexington, London
Sylvan Esso is heading out on a headlining UK tour later this year.
30th September – Green Door Store, Brighton
1st October – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
2nd October – Oslo, London
3rd October – Luisiana, Bristol
4th October – Buffalo Bar, Cardiff
6th October – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
7th October – Workman’s Club, Dublin
8th October – Black Box, Belfast
9th October – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
Catch Zola Jesus on tour this autumn.
29th October – The Lantern, Bristol
30th October – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
31st October – Stereo, Glasgow
1st November – Cathedral, Manchester
18th November – KOKO, London
Released This Week
Now That’s What I Cal Music! 88 – Various
Heaven and Earth – Yes
From Scotland With Love – King Creoste
Mandatory Fun – Weird Al Yankovic
Trouble in Paradise – Roux
Songs – John Fullbright
Terms of My Surrender –John Haitt
From Where We Stand – Ward Thomas