by Lynn Roberts • • Comments Off on Au Revoir Simone’s Bird of Music remixed, covered by Slow Club
A remixed version of New York keyboardists Au Revoir Simone’s debut LP The Bird of Music will be released on November 11th.
The new album, entitled Reverse Migration, features a cover of The Lucky One by For Folk’s Sake darlings Slow Club alongside remixes by Jean-Benoît Dunckel of Air and Keith Murray from We Are Scientists. It will be released by Au Revoir Simone’s own label: Our Secret Recording Company.
by Lynn Roberts • • Comments Off on The Research are back! Album news and live dates
Casio keyboard-wielding Wakefield trio The Research are back with their second album and a UK tour after a lengthy hiatus.
After the success of their debut album Breaking Up, the band went on to record its follow-up, but were plagued with record label politics. Having split from EMI last year, they are back with new offering The Old Terminal. The album will be released on 27th October.
by Lynn Roberts • • Comments Off on Mumford pal Meins releases single, tours
Friend of Mumford and Sons, Derek Meins, is to release his track ‘Oh! You Pretty Woman’ on 13th October. The single, which features Mumford and Sons as a backing band, will be available as a download only, and can be heard on Meins’ myspace.
by Lynn Roberts • • Comments Off on Seasick Steve plays to sell out Albert Hall crowd
Within a month of the Last Night of the Proms, the Royal Albert Hall played host to an altogether different musical treat on Thursday night as travelling bluesman Seasick Steve played to a sell out audience.