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Music News: Monday 17th June 2013

Lisa Bentley

Triangle

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More Bad News For Tulisa

A week after her drugs scandal N-Dubs’s Tulisa has been dealt another blow. She has had to deal with a crazy fan harassing her this week. The man turned up at her house, had an altercation with her PA and was later arrested by the police.

Mumford and Sons Postpone Gigs

Ted Dwayne has undergone brain surgery following the discovery of a clot on his brain. The replacement performer for the bands set at Bonnaroo was announced as Jack Johnson.

Kim Deal Quits

Kim Deal has announced that she has left The Pixies. The Pixies issued the following statement regarding her departure: “We are sad to say that Kim Deal has decided to leave the Pixies. We are very proud to have worked with her on and off over the last 25 years. Despite her decision to move on, we will always consider her a member of the Pixies, and her place will always be here for her. We wish her all the best.”

Ryan Jarman Hospitalised

The Cribs’s Ryan Jarman was hospitalised this week with a kidney infection. The Cribs do not believe that this will affect any upcoming shows.

Geoff Travis Celebrated

Geoff Travis, the founder of Rough Trade is to be honoured at this year’s Independent Music Awards. The music shop and subsequent record label have been in operation since the 1970s.

Album News

Churches are set to release their debut album. The Bones of What You Believe will be available in September; it will feature their new single Gun which will be released in July.

The Black Lips are recording new material and they have enlisted help from The Black Keys Patrick Carney.

Goldfrapp’s new album shall be released in September.

Emeli Sande Awarded Degree

Emeli Sande has been awarded an honorary degree by the University of Glasgow. Her degree was awarded to the singer for her contribution to music.

Live Announcements

Andrew Stockdale

Andrew Stockdale will be touring later this year. Tickets for his tour are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

30th October – King Tuts, Glasgow

31st October – Academy 3, Manchester

3rd November – o2 Academy 2, Birmingham

4th November – o2 Academy, Islington, London

Bullet For My Valentine

Make sure you go to www.livenation.co.uk to get your tickets for Bullet For My Valentine’s December tour.

1st December – Manchester Arena, Manchester

2nd December – SECC, Glasgow

3rd December – NIA, Birmingham

5th December – Wembley Arena, London

6th December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

Cloud Control

Cloud Control will be playing four UK dates in September.

23rd September – XOYO, London

24th September – Deaf Institute, Manchester

25th September – King Tuts, Glasgow

26th September – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

The Darkness

Tickets to see The Darkness on their November/December tour are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

13th November – Electric Ballroom, London

15th November – Pavilion, Bath

16th November – Uni, Plymouth

17th November – Coal Exchange, Cardiff

19th November – Tivoli, Buckley

20th November – Grand Hall, Kilmarnock

21st November – Iron Works, Inverness

23rd November – Limelight, Belfast

24th November – Olympia, Dublin

26th November – Engine Shed, Lincoln

27th November – Empire, Middlesbrough

28th November – Picturedome, Holmfirth

29th November – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe

1st December – 53 Degrees, Preston

2nd December – Wulfrun, Wolverhampton

3rd December – Spa Assembly, Leamington

6th December – Pyramids, Portsmouth

7th December – Concorde 2, Brighton

8th December – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

10th December – City Hall, Salisbury

11th December – Hall, Dorking

12th December – o2 Academy, Oxford

14th December – Roadmenders, Northampton

15th December – o2 Academy, Leicester

16th December – UEA, Norwich

Disclosure

Disclosure will be touring in November.

16th November – o2 Academy, Bristol

18th November – o2 Academy, Leeds

19th November – o2 Academy, Newcastle

22nd November – Warehouse Project, Manchester

23rd November – o2 Academy, Sheffield

24th November – Rock City, Nottingham (Sold Out)

25th November – Brighton Dome, Brighton

27th November – o2 Academy, Birmingham

28th November – o2 Academy Brixton, London (Sold Out)

29th November – o2 Academy Brixton, London

Emily’s Army

Emily’s Army will be touring in July. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

15th July – Lexington, London

17th July – o2 Academy 2, Liverpool

19th July – Hobo’s, Bridgend

21st July – o2 Academy 3, Birmingham

24th July – Cockpit, Leeds

25th July – Sound Control, Manchester

The Family Rain

The Family Rain will be ending the year with a headlining tour. Are you going?

21st October – King Tuts, Glasgow

22nd October – Reds Bar, Northumbria

23rd October – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

24th October – Queens Social, Sheffield

25th October – Ruby Lounge, Manchester

26th October – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

28th October – Thekla, Bristol

29th October – The Library @ The Institute, Birmingham

30th October – Heaven, London

31st October – Komedia, Bath

1st November – o2 Academy, Oxford

2nd November – Joiners, Southampton

3rd November – Concorde 2, Brighton

Foy Vance

Check out Foy Vance on the following live dates.

19th June – Vicar Street, Dublin (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

20th June – Bushmills Live, Bushmills, Northern Ireland

21st June – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

22nd June – Empire Theatre, Liverpool (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

24th June – Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

25th June – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

27th June – Royal Albert Hall, London (supporting Bonnie Raitt)

13th July – T in the Park, Scotland

19th July – Truck Festival, Oxford

26th July – Kendal Calling, Cumbria

3rd August – Independence Festival, Cork, Ireland

15th August – Tennent’s Vital 2013, Belfast, Northern Ireland

14th September – Southsea Festival, Portsmouth

Happy Mondays

Happy Mondays are touring in November and December. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

21st November – Kings Hall, Canterbury

22nd November – The Forum, London

23rd November – The Ritz, Manchester

25th November – UEA, Norwich

28th November – o2 Academy, Leicester

29th November – o2 Academy, Newcastle

30th November – o2 Academy, Leeds

1st December – o2 Academy, Glasgow

4th December – The Forum, Hertfordshire

5th December – o2 Academy, Bournemouth

6th December – o2 Academy, Birmingham

7th December – o2 Academy, Liverpool

12th December – o2 Academy, Sheffield

13th December – o2 Academy, Oxford

14th December – o2 Academy, Bristol

JLS

JLS have added extra dates to their Goodbye tour. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

4th December – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham

6th December – AECC, Aberdeen

7th December – Hydro Arena, Glasgow

9th December – Echo Arena, Liverpool

10th December – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield

11th December – LG Arena, Birmingham

12th December – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

13th December – LG Arena, Birmingham

14th December – Manchester Arena, Manchester (Matinee)

14th December – Manchester Arena, Manchester

16th December – Brighton Centre, Brighton

17th December – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth

18th December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (Sold Out)

20th December – Leeds Arena, Leeds

21st December – The o2, London

22nd December – The o2, London (Matinee)

22nd December – The o2, London

Josh Ritter

Josh Ritter has announced details of up and coming live performances.

23rd July – Village Underground, London

24th July – Village Underground, London

27th October – Pocktoberst, East Yorkshire

28th October – RNCN, Manchester

29th October – Fruit Market, Glasgow

30th October – St. George’s Church, Bristol

10th November – The Barbican, London

Keston Cobblers Club

Check out Keston Cobblers Club when they tour in September.

23rd September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (Sold Out)

24th September – Sticky Mikes, Brighton

25th September – Thekla, Bristol

26th September – Borderline, London (Sold Out)

27th September – The Castle, Manchester (Sold Out)

29th September – The Castle, Manchester

30th September – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

Marques Toliver

Tickets for Marques Toliver will be touring in October. Tickets are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

1st October – Bush Hall, London

2nd October – The Haunt, Brighton

3rd October – Deaf Institute, Manchester

McFly

McFly will be playing four live dates at the Royal Albert Hall in September. Tickets are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

19th September – Royal Albert Hall, London

20th September – Royal Albert Hall, London

21st September – Royal Albert Hall, London

22nd September – Royal Albert Hall, London

MK1

MK1’s tour starts this week.

19th June – o2 Academy, Leicester

20th June – o2 Academy, Sheffield

21st June – Classic Grand, Glasgow

22nd June – o2 Academy, Newcastle

23rd June – o2 Academy, Manchester

24th June – Sugarmill, Stoke

26th June –Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

27th June – o2 Academy, Oxford

28th June – o2 Academy, Birmingham

29th June – o2 Academy Islington, London

Motionless In White

Motionless In White are touring in September.

12th September – Academy 1, Dublin

13th September – Mandela Hall, Belfast

14th September – Garage, Glasgow

15th September – o2 Academy 2, Newcastle

16th September – Academy, Manchester

18th September – Cockpit, Leeds

19th September – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

20th September – o2 Academy 2, Birmingham

21st September – The Forum, London

22nd September – The Fleece, Bristol

23rd September – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting are set to play an epic number of live dates over the next few months.

21st June – Hidden Hill Festival, North Lincoln

22nd June – The Trades Club, West Yorkshire

30th June – Glastonbury, Somerset

5th July – Blissfields, Winchester

6th July – Fling Festival, Chelmsford

7th July – Live from Jodrell Bank, Macclesfield (with New Order)

7th July – Beat-Herder, Lancashire

12th July – Sin City, Swansea

13th July – Hyde Park, London (with Rolling Stones)

14th July – Leefest, Kent

17th July – The Lexington, London (AIM Awards Warm-Up)

19th July – Truck Festival, Oxford

20th July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield

21st July – Deer Shed Festival, North Yorkshire

26th July – Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon

27th July – Wickerman, Dundrennan

28th July – Kendal Calling, Lake District

2nd August – Y-Not Festival, Derbyshire

3rd August – Standon Calling, Hertfordshire

4th August – Wickham Festival, Wickham

10th August – Esquires, Bedford

14th August – Assembly Rooms, Leamington Spa

15th August – Reading Arts, Reading

18th August – Greenman Festival, Glanusk

29th August – Phoenix, Exeter

30th August – ArcTanGent Festival, Bristol

31st August – Jersey Live, Jersey

1st September – End of the Road, Salisbury

13th September – Ramsbottom Festival, Lancashire

14th September – Wirksworth Festival, Derbyshire

Queens Of The Stone Age

Ticket for Queen Of The Stone Age’s November tour are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

16th November – Hydro Arena, Glasgow

17th November – o2 Arena, Dublin

18th November – Odyssey, Belfast

20th November – Manchester Arena, Manchester

21st November – NIA, Birmingham

22nd November – Wembley Arena, London

Taffy

Taffy will be touring next month.

12th July – Electric Palace, Bridport (supporting The Wedding Present)

13th July – Spa Complex, Scarborough (supporting The Wedding Present)

14th July – The Leopard, Doncaster

15th July – Think Tank, Newcastle

17th July – Camden Black Heart – Club AC30 Night, London

18th July – Thunderbolt, Bristol

19th July – The Basement, York

20th July – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh (Support Show)

21st July – Night & Day, Manchester

22nd July – King Tuts, Glasgow

Union J

Union J have announced details of a tour. Tickets are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

14th December – New Theatre, Oxford

15th December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

16th December – City Hall, Sheffield

18th December – Pavilions, Plymouth

19th December – Brighton Centre, Brighton

21st December – o2 Apollo, Manchester

22nd December – BIC, Bournemouth

23rd December – Apollo, Hammersmith (Matinee)

23rd December – Apollo, Hammersmith

28th December – City Hall, Newcastle

29th December – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

30th December – o2 Apollo, Manchester

3rd January – Regent, Ipswich

5th January – Colston Hall, Bristol

6th January – Echo Two at Echo Arena, Liverpool

7th January – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

9th January – Opera House, Blackpool

10th January – NIA, Birmingham

Released This Week

Kveikur – Sigur Ros

In a Perfect World – Kodaline

The Wack Album – The Lonely Island

Grinning Streak – Barenaked Ladies

Seven Year Setlist – The View