The Low Anthem announce Bush Hall show

Having last played London in November 2011 at a near capacity Roundhouse, THE LOW ANTHEM have just announced a special intimate performance at Bush Hall as a warm-up for their appearance at the End Of The Road festival, as part of Bella Union’s 15th Anniversary Celebrations.

Upcoming live info below:

Wednesday 29 August – LONDON – Bush Hall (Tickets £15)

Friday 31 August – DORSET – End Of The Road festival (Bella Union 15th Anniversary Celebrations Day)

Poor Moon // Live dates

With their much-anticipated debut album due for release next month on Bella Union records, POOR MOON have announced three UK live performances to follow its release. The first of these will be an appearance at Bella Union’s 15th Anniversary Celebration Day at the End of the Road festival, alongside their many label-mates. This will be followed by two headline shows in early September, at the Ruby Lounge in Manchester and the Lexington in London.

Dates/info below:

Friday 31 August – DORSET – End Of The Road festival (Bella Union 15th Anniversary Celebrations)
Saturday 1 September – MANCHESTER – Ruby Lounge (£7)
Monday 3 September – LONDON – The Lexington (£8.50)

Have a listen to ‘Holiday‘ below:


Happy Friday

Happy Friday! This Friday, instead of felines, let’s all take a moment to appreciate how great Kate Bush is. Here are the top 5 videos of Wuthering Heights on Youtube.


#5. Number 5, live in Germany, just cos: LOOK AT ALL THAT FOG!

#4. This version is great because Kate is sat down so she can devote her full focus to pulling classy and subtle facial expressions.

#3. At number three is a 36 minute slow version of the song. I have listened all the way through and confirm it is 100% amazing. It’s sort of like when you go to a garden center and they have a trashy tower of bird song and waterfall sounds which kids will jam their grubby fingers at to cause a jarring un-zen mess; except 36 mins of slow Wuthering Heights IS zen!!

#2. This one is good if you want to focus on the dance moves. And let’s face it, what’s the point in being alive if you don’t know the dance to Wuthering Heights?

  #1. The number one spot has to go to the red dress version out on a misty moor.