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Live Gig Video: Dog is Dead perform ‘River Jordan’ at All Saints Church in Nottingham

By on Thursday, 27th September 2012 at 5:40 pm

Dog is Dead have yet another video to share with us. This time, it’s a version of ‘River Jordan’, a track of their debut album ‘All Our Favourite Stories’ out on the 8th of October on Atlantic, performed at All Saints Church in their hometown of Nottingham. Watch it below.

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Listen to the pilot episode of There Goes the Fear’s podcast

By on Thursday, 27th September 2012 at 11:00 am

We here at TGTF strive to bring you exciting things from the world of music, and our latest venture is into the world of podcasting! The pilot episode, recorded in Lincoln with our writers John Fernandez, Tom Mughal and Hannah Saul, includes discussion on the Mercury Prize nominations and new singles and videos from alt-J (pictured above), Band of Skulls and Frank Ocean. Have a listen below and if you like what you hear, tell all your friends! You are welcome to share the direct link to the podcast or embed the podcast as a widget wherever you like. Just spread the good word of TGTF.

We encourage you to leave a comment with suggestions and things you’d like to hear on upcoming podcasts, so we can tailor our future recordings accordingly. Cheers in advance for your input!


MP3 of the Day #682: Y LUV

By on Thursday, 27th September 2012 at 10:00 am

Y LUV, who I metaphorically raised from the dead out from our archives by posting the video for ‘Keep It Rollin” last week, will be releasing their next EP on the 1st of October. It’s called ‘It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense’, and to talk up the album, they’re offering up the track ‘Driftin’ (do we sense a trend here in single titles?) for absolutely free. Listen to and download the amazing sounding track below.


Video of the Moment #984: Crystal Castles

By on Wednesday, 26th September 2012 at 6:00 pm

There’s always been something mildly unsettling about Crystal Castles, right? So it should come at no surprise that the video for ‘Plague’ is a little creepy, as we watch a woman alone, in what appears to be an abandoned subway corridor, dancing as if she’s been mesmerised by the music. Watch it below.

Their latest single, ‘Wrath of God’, was released today, but if you want to get your hands on a free copy of ‘Plague’, you can through this previous MP3 of the Day post from last month.

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Live Gig Video: Mumford and Sons make their Saturday Night Live debut with ‘I Will Wait’

By on Wednesday, 26th September 2012 at 4:00 pm

Mumford and Sons appeared this past weekend on American late night tv programme Saturday Night Live, and from all accounts, it went down a treat. Watch this video of them performing ‘I Will Wait’ below.

Catch the quartet on the road in November and December, as they bring their new album ‘Babel’ to clubs and arenas across the UK and Ireland.

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MP3 of the Day #681: Stars

By on Wednesday, 26th September 2012 at 10:00 am

Canadian musician/producer Diamond Rings has remixed Stars‘ track ‘The Theory of Relativity’ (appearing on their new album ‘North’ released earlier this month). Listen to the song turned into dance pop below, and if you like it, you can grab it for your very own.

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We love music that has its heart on its sleeve, tells a story, swims around our head all day or makes us dance like idiots.

The blog is edited by Mary Chang, who is based in Washington DC. She is joined by writers in the UK and America. It was started up by Phil Singer in Bristol, UK.

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