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Summer Camp / March 2012 UK Tour

 
By on Thursday, 22nd December 2011 at 5:30 pm
 

Summer Camp have announced a tour of the UK for next March. Tickets are on sale now.

Martin’s glowing review of their debut album ‘Welcome to Condale’ is over here.

Tuesday 13th March 2012 – Bristol Louisiana
Thursday 14th March 2012 – Birmingham Rainbow
Wednesday 15th March 2012 – Norwich Arts Centre
Thursday 16th March 2012 – Manchester Night and Day
Saturday 17th March 2012 – Glasgow Captain’s Rest
Monday 19th March 2012 – Sheffield Harley
Tuesday 20th March 2012 – Cambridge Portland Arms
Wednesday 21th March 2012 – London Scala

 

The Horrors / January, March and May 2012 UK/Irish Tour

 
By on Monday, 19th December 2011 at 9:30 am
 

The Horrors have announced a tour in May of the UK and Ireland. These dates are in addition to previously announced dates in January and their support slot with Florence and the Machine on her arena dates in March (starred gigs). Tickets are on sale now.

Monday 16th January 2012 – Edinburgh Liquid Room
Tuesday 17th January 2012 – Liverpool Kazimier
Thursday 19th January 2012 – Oxford O2 Academy
Friday 20th January 2012 – Bristol Trinity Centre
Sunday 22nd January 2012 – Norwich Waterfront
Friday 2nd March 2012 – Dublin O2 Arena *
Sunday 4th March 2012 – Bournemouth International Centre *
Monday 5th March 2012 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena *
Tuesday 6th March 2012 – Nottingham Capital FM Arena*
Thursday 8th March 2012 – London Alexandra Palace *
Friday 9th March 2012 – London Alexandra Palace *
Monday 12th March 2012 – Glasgow SECC *
Tuesday 13th March 2012 – Birmingham LG Arena *
Thursday 15th March 2012 – Manchester Evening News Arena *
Friday 16th March 2012 – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena *
Saturday 12th May 2012 – Dublin Academy
Sunday 13th May 2012 – Belfast Mandela Hall
Tuesday 15th May 2012 – Glasgow ABC
Wednesday 16th May 2012 – Sheffield Leadmill
Friday 18th May 2012 – Birmingham HMV Institute
Saturday 19th May 2012 – Manchester Ritz
Sunday 20th May 2012 – Cardiff Solus
Tuesday 22th May 2012 – Portsmouth Pyramid
Wednesday 23rd May 2012 – Bristol Academy
Friday 25th May 2012 – London Brixton Academy

 

Dog is Dead / February and March 2012 UK/Irish Tour

 
By on Tuesday, 13th December 2011 at 3:40 pm
 

Dog is Dead have announced a significant tour of the UK and Ireland for February and March 2012. A presale starts tomorrow (14 December) at 9 AM but the general sale begins on Friday (16 December) at 9 AM.

We have something cool and Dog is Dead-flavoured on TGTF tomorrow morning, so stay tuned for that!

Saturday 18th February 2012 – Norwich Arts Centre
Sunday 19th February 2012 – Oxford Academy 2
Monday 20th February 2012 – Birmingham Academy 3
Tuesday 21st February 2012 – Bristol Thekla
Thursday 23rd February 2012 – Leicester Academy 2
Friday 24th February 2012 – Stoke Sugarmill
Saturday 25th February 2012 – Hull Fruit
Sunday 26th February 2012 – Leeds Cockpit
Monday 27th February 2012 – Newcastle Riverside
Wednesday 29th February 2012 – Aberdeen Café Drummonds
Thursday 1st March 2012 – Inverness Hootenanays
Friday 2nd March 2012 – Ullapool Arch
Saturday 3rd March 2012 – Stornoway Woodlands Centre
Sunday 4th March 2012 – Aviemore Old Bridge Inn
Tuesday 6th March 2012 – Glasgow King Tuts
Wednesday 7th March 2012 – Edinburgh Electric Circus
Thursday 8th March 2012 – Belfast Auntie Annie’s
Friday 9th March 2012 – Dublin Academy 2
Saturday 10th March 2012 – Lancaster Library
Sunday 11 March 2012 – Sheffield Plug
Tuesday 13 March 2012 – Manchester Deaf Institute
Wednesday 14 March 2012 – Brighton Komedia
Friday 16 March 2012 – Southampton Joiners
Saturday 17 March 2012 – Cardiff Arts Institute

 

Charlie Simpson / March and April 2012 UK Tour

 
By on Monday, 12th December 2011 at 9:00 am
 

Charlie Simpson has announced a tour of the UK for March and April 2012. Tickets are available now.

John reviewed Charlie’s solo album ‘Young Pilgrim’ this past summer; you can read all about it here.

Wednesday 21st March 2012 – Ipswich Corn Exchange
Thursday 22nd March 2012 – London Koko
Saturday 24th March 2012 – Birmingham Academy 2
Sunday 25th March 2012 – Liverpool Academy
Tuesday 27th March 2012 – Sheffield Academy 2
Wednesday 28th March 2012 – Newcastle University
Friday 30th March 2012 – Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
Saturday 31st March 2012 – Dundee Fat Sams
Tuesday 2nd April 2012 – Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
Wednesday 3rd April 2012 – Cardiff Solus
Friday 5th April 2012 – Falmouth Princess Pavillion
Saturday 6th April 2012 – Exeter Phoenix

 

Justice Tonight Charity Shows In Aid of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign / December 2011 UK Tour

 
By on Friday, 11th November 2011 at 3:00 pm
 

Following on from a previous very special one-off show at Liverpool Olympia in aid of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign earlier this year, the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough football disaster, the Clash and Big Audio Dynamite’s Mick Jones, Pete Wylie, the Farm and special guests have announced a tour called Justice Tonight that will be gigging around the UK in December to raise awareness of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.

If you’re not a footy fan, it’s quite possible you don’t know the details behind the Hillsborough disaster, where 96 people, all Liverpool football club supporters, lost their lives at what should have been a fun day out watching a sporting match. You can read more about it on the Hillsborough Justice Web site. You might think that this is a strange subject for a music blog. It really isn’t, if you stop to consider how many concerts these days take place at stadiums and arenas, full of excited fans. You may not have noticed it but since this disaster and the deaths of 9 people at Roskilde in 2000, increased safety measures, security and police presence have stepped up across the world in response to the senseless deaths of our fellow man in these recent tragedies.

Even if you’re not a Liverpool fan, you can’t argue that this is an amazing bill and will be a brilliant night of music. Ticket are £17.50 each and are on sale now; you can buy them from Gigs and Tours here.

Thursday 1st December 2012 – Cardiff Uni Solus
Friday 2nd December 2012 – Manchester HMV Ritz
Saturday 3rd December 2012 – Sheffield Leadmill
Thursday 8th December 2012 – London Scala
Friday 9th December 2012 – Liverpool University
Saturday 10th December 2012 – Glasgow O2 ABC

 

The Chapman Family / November 2011 UK Tour

 
By on Monday, 24th October 2011 at 9:00 am
 

The Chapman Family will be bringing their ‘November Offensive Tour’ to towns across the UK next month. Tickets are on sale now.

This was the info we got from the press release (straight from TCF’s mouths):

This November in homage to the legendary plot of 1605 we will be waging war with the leaders of this country and all the apathetic zombies who have allowed them to fuck us into the gutter. We are declaring a state of artistic emergency from within the “music industry” where creativity, relevance and integrity have been replaced by the banal, the pointless and the derivative. We are raising our colours and heading once more into the breach and seeking out those of you who like us can’t relate to the man sitting at the head of the nations table making decisions that neither help nor represent us or to the artists who claim to be like us and speak for us. Fuck them. This is our opening salvo, our November Offensive. It is a statement of intent and it is just the beginning.

The riots this August proved that if enough people can be mobilised under an ideal then they cannot be stopped. Whether the reasons for the violence and rage felt in our capital and throughout this country were righteous or not is irrelevant, it’s the motivational message that matters. It’s a message that resonated deep within us and it’s the message that has inspired us. We have always striven to be a band that stood for something, to be a band where the word dissonance wasn’t just used as a description of our sound, to be a band that were never afraid to say what we really felt and to never compromise or sell out our integrity. Now more than ever we feel capable of living up to what we always hoped we could be. We’re tighter, leaner and more focused than we have ever been. We have two new family members who share our anger at the present and our hopefulness and optimism for the future. We are reverting back to the DIY ideals that built this band and are taking control of our own destiny.

Just as the plot of 1605 has resonated forever through history so too will this tour resonate forever through our history. It will be remembered as the time we stood up and spoke out against the injustices that we live through in this country every day, against the prejudices of our government and the grinning, flaccid cunt in charge, against the cuts to our public sector which have forced unemployment up to its highest level in 15 years, against the bible bashers and crazed anti-abortionists who want to take away the right of choice from the women of this country, against the openly racist and xenophobic beliefs of organisations like the EDL and the BNP and against the dumbing down and commoditization of art. We have a voice and we intend to use it and we urge you to do the same. Once more into the breach dear friends…

Tuesday 1st November 2011 – Manchester Sound Control
Wednesday 2nd November 2011 – London Wheelbarrow
Thursday 3rd November 2011 – High Wycombe Bucks Uni
Friday 4th November 2011 – Sunderland Sumo @ Independent
Saturday 5th November 2011 – Stockton-On-Tees Georgian Theatre
Monday 7th November 2011 – Leeds Hyde Park Picture House
Tuesday 8th November 2011 – Portsmouth Edge Of The Wedge
Wednesday 9th November 2011 – Cambridge Cornerhouse
Thursday 10th November 2011 – Leicester Lock 42
Friday 11th November 2011 – Cardiff Buffalo Bar
Saturday 12th November 2011 – Bristol Louisiana
Tuesday 15th November 2011 – Bedford Esquires
Wednesday 16th November 2011 – Nottingham Dark Edge @ The Greyhound
Thursday 17th November 2011 – Hartlepool Red Room
Friday 18th November 2011 – Preston Mad Ferret
Saturday 19th November 2011 – Glasgow Art School
Sunday 20th November 2011 – Sowerby Bridge Puzzle Hall
Monday 21st November 2011 – Sheffield Soyo

 
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