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Music News: Monday 29th October 2012

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Adele Gives Birth

Adele has given birth to a baby boy. MTTM wish congratulations to Adele and her new family.

Album News

Foals have announced the date of the release of their next album. Holy Fire will be released February 11th, 2013. Their new single Inhaler is due out on November 5th.

Ian Brown will be releasing a box set of music of his career in music. The release, entitled Collected will be released on December the third and includes a whopping ten discs and a 12” release which includes eight songs.

Have Your Say in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The list of potential inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013 has been released and for the first time fans get to have their say. The inductees are as follows –

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Chic

Deep Purple

Heart

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts

Albert King

Kraftwerk

The Marvelettes

The Meters

Randy Newman

N.W.A

Procol Harum

Public Enemy

Rush

Donna Summer

Who will you be voting for?

Pussy Riot Members Sent to Prison Camp

Two of the incarcerated members of Pussy Riot will be serving out the rest of their sentence in Russian prison camps. They are both due to remain in prison until 2014.

Williams and Jones Collaborate for Hillsborough Single

Robbie Williams and Mick Jones are collaborating to release a charity single for the Hillsborough fund. The single is a cover version of The Hollies classic He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother and is said to be a front runner for the coveted Christmas number one spot. The number one spot has been taken by up my talent contest winners six times in the last ten years.

Courtney Love’s Cobain Play

Courtney Love is working on a stage adaption of the life of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain. The play is currently in production.

Conrad Murray Released By Christmas?

Conrad Murray, the doctor charged with the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson may be released by Christmas. Murray was sentenced to four years in prison a year ago however due to overcrowding in American jails he may gain early release.

Johnny Marr joins Dinosaur Jr

Well he will be for a small stint anyway. The Smiths guitaris has previously performed with The Cribs, becoming a temporary member before quitting in 2011.

Amy Winehouse Biopic to Open in 2013

A theatre adaptation of the life of Amy Winehouse is set to open in 2013. Rather strangely, the play will open in Copenhagen in Denmark on the 20th January 2013.

Blink 182 Leave Interscope

Blink 182 have parted ways with their record label Interscope. When speaking to MTV Mark Hoppus had this to say of the departure – “Yes indeed, we are no longer with Interscope. It’s been a long, amazing journey with them, starting with Cargo records, then MCA, then Geffen and finally Interscope, but the time has come to move on. The reasons for us not working together are many and varied, but mostly we wish them luck in everything in their future, and thank those there who’ve worked so hard on Blink-182 throughout the years. As far as labels, to be honest, we’ve been holding our breath waiting for final word from the attorneys that our contract with Interscope had ended. Now the future’s a wide-open door. We’re lucky to be in a position where, after 20 years in our band, we can be independent and open to all options. It’s a very exciting time here. I feel like our band is in the best place it’s been in a long time. I mean, just look at my hair!”

And The Winners Are…

The Q awards took place this week. Here is a list of the winners.

Q Best New Act presented by Merc: Django Django

Q Best Track Presented by Q Radio: Plan B for Ill Manors

Q Best Album presented by Red Stag for Jim Beam: Bobby Womack, The Bravest Man In The Universe

Q Best Live Act presented by Zeo: Blur

Q Best Video presented by Café de Paris: Keane, Disconnected

Q Best Solo Artist presented by Citroen: Emeli Sande

Q Best Act In The World Today: Muse

Q Classic Song: Dionne Warwick, Walk On By

Q Idol: The Killers’ Brandon Flowers

Q Spirit of Independence: The Cribs

Q Innovation In Sound presented by Beats By Dr Dre: Underworld

Q Inspiration Award: Pulp

Q Icon Award: Dexys

Q Classic Album: Manic Street Preachers, Generation Terrorists

Q Hero: Johnny Marr

X Factor Hopefuls Under Threat of Legal Action

Union J are facing legal action from their former manager who claims they signed a contract binding him to them. The band dropped manager Julian White when they were accepted on the show.

No Tattoos Welcome at HMV

HMV staff are being forced to comply with their new appearance policy which restricts employees from having visible tattoos. The company have also instilled a clothing policy, female staff must wear denim skirts and male staff must wear denim jeans and good grooming is a necessity. What do you think about this? Should it be allowed or is this a step backwards? Are our right being violated? Is this comparable to a fascist regime? Let us know your thoughts.

Justin Bieber Sued

Justin Bieber has been sued by an American man for allegedly stealing his credit card and purchasing a penis enlargement surgery. The same man has previously accused Usher of sodomising him. He is also claiming that Bieber impregnated his daughter. Any opinions on this story, fair MTTM reader? For we are at a loss as to where to begin.

Madonna Falls Over

During Madonna’s performance in Dallas the singer fell over. The tumble took place during her pop classic Like A Prayer. Ever the consummate professional, Madonna rolled over, stood up and carried on singing.

Wood Rumours Secret Stones Gigs

Ronnie Wood has revealed that the Rolling Stones will be playing secret low key gigs under a pseudonym ahead of their tour. Wood has said this about the intimate dates: –

“There’s going to be little club gigs that we’re gonna surprise ourselves to do as well, we’ll bung a few in next week or the week after, so look out for any Cockroaches gigs or whatever! I”

The UK Music Video Awards 2012

The UK Music Video Awards 2012 are due to take place November 8th. Details of the nominees are shown below.

Best Indie/Rock Video UK

Alt-J – Tesselate (Director: Alex Southam)

Band of Skulls – Sweet Sour (Director: Mark Maggiori & Petecia Le Fawnhawk)

Clock Opera – Lesson No 7 (Director: Aoife McArdle)

Coldplay – Paradise alternative version (Director: Shynola)

The Kooks – Saboteur (Director: Surrender Monkeys)

Spiritualized – Hey Jane (Director: AG Rojas)

Best Pop Video UK – in association with 4Music

Calvin Harris ft. Ne-Yo – Let’s Go (Director: Vincent Haycock)

Ed Sheeran – Lego House (Director: Emil Nava)

George Michael – White Light (Director: Ryan Hope)

M.I.A – Bad Girls (Director: Romain Gavras)

Paloma Faith – Picking Up the Pieces (Director: Emil Nava)

Will Young – Losing Myself (Director: Henry Scholfield)

Best Alternative Video – UK

Alt-J – Breezeblocks (Director: Ellis Bahl)

Antony & the Johnsons – Cut the World (Director: Nabil)

Clark – Black Stone (Director: The Vikings)

Moones – Better Energy (Director: Peter Sluszka)

James Blake – A Case of You (Director: Seb Edwards)

Keaton Henson – Small Hands (Director: Joseph Mann)

Best Dance Video – UK

Benga – I Will Never Change (Director: Us)

Bonobo – Eyesdown Machinedrum Remix (Director: Anthony D Schepperd)

David Guetta ft. Sia – Titanium (Director: David Wilson)

Hot Chip – Night and Day (Director: Peter Serafinowicz)

Rudimental – Feel the Love (Director: Bob Harlow)

The Shoes – Time to Dance (Director: Daniel Wolfe)

Best Urban Video – UK in association with East End Studios

Delilah – Inside My Love (Director: Jake Nava)

Devlin ft. Ed Sheeran – Watchtower (Director: Corin Hardy)

DJ Shadow ft. Afrikan Boy – I’m Excited (Director: Ian Pons Jewell)

Labrinth – Express Yourself (Director: Jonas & Francois)

Plan B – Ill Manors (Director: Yann Demange)

Rita Ora ft. Tinie Tempah – R.I.P. (Director – Emil Nava)

Best Indie/Rock Video – International

Cults – Go Outside (Director: Isaiah Seret)

Foster The People – Houdini (Director – Daniels)

Jack White – Sixteen Saltines (Director –AG Rojas)

Tenacious D – Rize of the Fenix (Director – Daniels)

The Shins – Simple Song (Director: Daniels)

Woodkid – Run Boy Run (Director: Yoann Lemoine)

Best Pop Video – International

Justice – On ‘n’ On (Director: Alex Courtes)
Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Director: Yoann Lemoine)
Lana Del Rey – Born To Die (Director: Yoann Lemoine)
Lana Del Rey – National Anthem (Director: Anthony Mandler)
Maia Vidal – Follow Me (Director: Joana Colomar)
Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris – We Found Love (Director: Melina)

Best Alternative Video – International
Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi, ft. Jack White – Two Against One (Director: Anthony F Schepperd)
Feist – The Bad In Each Other (Director: Martin De Thurah)
Grimes – Oblivion (Director: Emily Kai Bock)
The Hickey Underworld – The Frog (Director: Joe Vanhoutteghem)
M83 – Midnight City (Director: Fleur & Manu)
St. Vincent – Cheerleader (Director: Hiro Murai)

Best Dance Video – International
Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (Director: Keith Schofield)
Flight Facilities – Foreign Language (Director: Dimitri Basil / Laura Gorun)
Justice – Audio Video Disco (Director: SoMe)
Justice – New Lands (Director: Canada)
Moonbootica – Iconic (Director: Skinny)
Skillrex – First Of The Year Equinox (Director: Tony T Datis)

Best Urban Video – International
Blu ft. U-God – Doinnothin (Director: David M Helman)
Casey Veggies – Euphoria III (Director: John Bollozos)
Kanye West & Jay-Z – Ni**as In Paris (Director: Kanye West)
Frank Ocean – Novacane (Director: Nabil)
Jay-Z & Kanye West – No Church In The Wild (Director: Romain Gavras)
The Cool Kids – Rush Hour Traffic (Director: Joey Garfield)

Best Indie/Rock Video – Budget
Bombay Bicycle Club – Lights Out Words Gone (Director: Rob & Rob)
Graham Coxon – What It’ll Take (Director: Ninian Doff)
Here We Go Magic – How Do I Know (Director: Sean Pecknold)
Piers Faccini – Tribe (Director: Cyril Gfeller)
We Cut Corners – Pirates Life (Director: Kijek & Adamski)
When Saints Go Machine – Parix (Director: Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen)

Best Pop Video – Budget
EJ – Mama I’m Going To Sing (Director: Jack)
Igor Volk – Voices (Director: David Krepski)
Laurel Collective – Jelly Bird (Director: Crowns & Owls)
Louise Golbey – How It Is (Director: Spritz)
Rent Boys – Shoot The Shot (Director: Zac Ella)
Sébastien Tellier – Cochon Ville (Director: Alex Courtès)

Best Alternative Video – Budget
C2C – Down The Road (Director: Thomas Tyman)
Factory Floor – On Hold (Director: AB/CD/CD)
Hilary Hahn/Hauschka – Draw A Map (Director: Eric Epstein)
Rudi Zygaldo – Melpomene (Director: Nick Rutter)
The Death Set – They Come To Get Us (Director: Guillaume Panariello)
Three Trapped Tigers – Reset (Director: Chris Boyle)

Best Dance Video – Budget

Delta Heavy – Get By (Director: Ian Robertson)
Delta Heavy – Hold Me (Director: Kristofer Ström)
Disclosure ft. Ria Ritchie – Control (Director: Ben Murray & Ross McDowell)
Kidnap Kid – Vehl (Director: Drew Cox)
Toby Gale – Showdown (Director: Crown & Owls)
Todd Terje – Inspector Norse (Director: Kristoffer Borgli)

Best Urban Video – Budget

A$AP Rocky – Peso (Director: Abteen Bagheri)
Astroid Boys – Bad Ass (Director: Like An Egg)
Dubbul O – Spooky Caravan (Director: Joe Broady)
James Brown – It’s A Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World (Director: Xavier Fauthoux)
Noisses ft. RTKAL, Lady Leshurr & Foreign Beggars – Run Your Mouth (Director: Drew Cox)
Pato Siebenhaar – Gå For Det (Director: Anders Bundgaard & Jeppe Hansen)

Best Animation In A Video

Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi, ft. Jack White – Two Against One (Animator: Anthony F Schepperd)
Delta Heavy – Get By (Animator: Ian Robertson)
Fleet Foxes – The Shrine/An Argument (Animator: Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson)
Gorillaz – DoYaThing (Animator: Jerome Combe, Arnaud Delord & Pascal Charrue)
Kina – In Your Arms (Animator: Greg Jardin)
Moones – Better Energy (Animator: Kevin Coyle, Matt Somma, Chris Gilligan, Ellen Goldstein, Maxwell Sorensen, Matt Christiansen, Peter Sluszka)

Best Art Direction & Design In A Video

Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (Art Director: Megan Hutchinson & Sunny Moon)
Justice – New Lands (Art Director: Roger Bellés)
Keaton Henson – Small Hands (Art Director: Joseph Mann)
M.I.A. – Bad Girls (Art Director: Romain Gavras)
The Maccabees – Pelican (Art Director: Andy Kelly, Clem Miller, Ashley Dando, Shaun Fenn, Sarah Ashcroft, Fiona Russel, Arthur de Borman, Max Halstead)
The Shoes – Time To Dance (Art director: Sam Tidman)

Best Cinematography In A Video in association with Panalux
Feist – The Bad In Each Other (DoP: Kasper Tuxen)
James Blake – A Case Of You (DoP: Stuart Graham)
Jay-Z & Kanye West – No Church In The Wild (DoP: Mattias Montero)
Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (DoP: Rodrigo Prieto)
M.I.A. – Bad Girls (DoP: André Chemetoff)
UNKLE – Another Night Out (DoP: Steve Annis)

Best Choreography In A Video
Avicii – Levels (Choreographer: Richy Greenfield & Petro)
Delilah – Inside My Love (Choreographer: Javier De Frutos)
Hauschka – Radar (Choreographer: Nadia Espiritu & Patrick Williams)
Thunderbird Gerard – Thunderbird (Choreographer: Nandi Bhebhe)
Toby Gale – Showdown (Choreographer: Rueben Crossland-Jones & Jacob Steers)
Will Young – Losing Myself (Choreographer: Aletta Collins)

Best Editing In A Video in association with Vanderquest
Florence & The Machine – Shake It Out (Editor: Thomas Grove Carter@ Family Editing)
Justice – New Lands (Editor: Canada)
M.I.A. – Bad Girls (Editor: Walter Mauriot)
Plan B – Ill Manors (Editor: Matt Mee)
The Shoes – Time To Dance (Editor: Tom Lindsay @ Trim Editing)
UNKLE – Another Night Out (Editor: Julian Eguiguren)

Best Styling In A Video
Duran Duran – Girl Panic (Stylist: Vanessa Coyle)
Flight Facilities – Foreign Language (Stylist: Dominique Basil)
Lana Del Rey – National Anthem (Stylist: Johnny Blue Eyes)
Mademoiselle Yulia – Gimme Gimme (Stylist: Andrea Crews)
M.I.A. – Bad Girls (Stylist: Hannah Edwards)
Rammstein – Mein Land (Stylist: Liz Cowan)

Best Telecine (aka Grading) In A Video

James Blake – A Case Of You (Colourists: JeanClement Soret @ MPC)
Justice – New Lands (Colourists: Ben Rogers @ Glassworks)
Jay-Z & Kanye West – No Church In The Wild (Colourists: Simon Bourne @ Framestore)
Temper Trap – Trembling Hands (Colourists: James Tillett @ MPC)
The Shoes – Time To Dance (Colourists: Simon Bourne @ Framestore)
Will Young – Losing Myself (Colourists: Simone Grattarola @ Rushes)

Best VFX In A Video
Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (VFX Artist: Caviar Brussels)
Friendly Fires – Hurting (VFX Artist: David Lewandowski)
Foster The People – Houdini (VFX Artist: Daniels)
Hot Chip – Night And Day (VFX Artist: Chris Bristow & Ryan Passmore)
Justice – New Lands (VFX Artists: David Gomez & Martin Contel @ Glassworks Barcelona)
Woodkid – Run Boy Run (VFX Artist: One More Productions)

Best Live Music Coverage
Chase & Status – Live At Brixton Academy (Director: Paul Caslin)
Chemical Brothers – Don’t Think (Director: Adam Smith)
LCD Soundsystem – Shut Up And Play The Hits (Directors: thirtytwo)
Rizzle Kicks – Live And Typical (Director: James Russell)
The Maccabees – VEVO presents The Maccabees In The Dark (Directors: Jamie Roberts & Will Hanke)
Various Artists – The Jo Whiley Music Show (Director: Paul Dugdale)

Best Music Ad – TV or Online
Kasabian – Velociraptor (Director: John Paveley)
The Killers – Battle Born (Director: Giorgio Testi)
Olly Murs – Olly Murs (Director: Paul Caslin)
Pink Floyd – A Foot In The Dark (Director: John Paveley & Paul Gardner)
Stavanger Symphony Orchestra – Seven Vibes (Director: Christian Holm-Glad)
Soulwax – Radio Soulwax “Machine” (Director: Saam Farahmand)

The Innovation Award

ALB – Golden Chains (Director: Johnatan Broda)
Ghostpoet & The D.O.T. – Trouble (Director: UNKNOWN)
j.viewz – Rivers and Homes (Directors: Eran Amir, Shelly Carmel & Jonathan Dagan)
The Maccabees – VEVO presents The Maccabees In The Dark (Directors: Jamie Roberts & Will Hanke)
Madness – Our House at The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (Directors: Rok Predin & Layla Atkinson)
Various Artists – Alternative Advent Calendar (Director: David Wilson)

Best Commissioner
Dan Millar
Dan Curwin
James Hackett
John Moule
Julia Frost
Mike O’Keefe

Best Producer in association with Rushes
Gareth Thomas
Leanne Stott
Lee Groombridge
Liz Kessler
Phil Tidy
Tamsin Glasson

Best New Director in association with Locomotion
A Nice Idea Every Day
Abteen Bagheri
AG Rojas
Bison
Focus Creeps
Ninian Doff

Best Director
Andreas Nilsson
Daniels
David Wilson
Emil Nava
Romain Gavras
Yoann Lemoine

The Jazz FM Award Nominees

Public voting for the winners of the Jazz Awards starts on November 1st. Below is a list of the nominees in each category; visit www.jazzfmawards.com to place your vote.

International Jazz Artist

Kurt Elling

Brad Mehldau

Sonny Rollins

Cutting Edge Award for Jazz Innovation

Django Bates

Robert Glasper

Troyka

Album Of The Year

Robert Glasper – Black Radio

Keith Jarrett – Sleeper

Pat Metheny – Unity Band

Gregory Porter – Be Good

John Surman – Saltash Bells

Ryan Truesdell – Centenial (Newly Discovered Works of Gil Evans)

Jazz Media

AllAboutJazz.com (website)

Do The Math (website of Ethan Iverson of The Bad Plus)

Jazzwise (magazine)

Best UK Newcomer

Josh Arcoleo

Roller Trio

Troyka feat. Kit Downes

Public Vote – UK Jazz Artist of the Year – Voting opens on 1st November 2012

Neil Cowley Trio

Jamie Cullum

Troyka

UK Vocalist of the Year

Carleen Anderson

Liane Carroll

Ian Shaw

UK Instrumentalist of the Year

Nathaniel Facey (saxophonist with Empirical)

Ivo Neame (pianist with Phronesis)

Phil Robson

Live UK Shows of the Year

Phronesis

Gregory Porter

PB Underground

Best UK Jazz Venue

Band on the Wall

Café Oto

Ronnie Scott’s

Live Announcements

AlunaGeorge

Aluna George will be touring in November.

15th November – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

16th November – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow

17th November – Stealth vs. Rescued, Nottingham

18th November – Start The Bus, Bristol

20th November – Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds

21st November – Deaf Institute, Manchester

22nd November – Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London (Sold Out)

24th November – Coalition, Brighton

20th February – XOYO, London (First 2013 date)

Angel

Angel is planning on playing two shows in November. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

20th November – Ruby Lounge, Manchester

21st November – HMV Institute, Birmingham

Bastille

Tickets for Bastille’s 2013 tour are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

28th February – o2 Academy 2, Liverpool

1st March – Liquid Room, Edinburgh

2nd March – Oran Mor, Glasgow

4th March – 53 Degrees, Preston

5th March – Club Academy, Manchester

7th March – Mo Club, Southampton

8th March – Waterfront, Norwich

9th March – Library, Birmingham

10th March – Cockpit, Leeds

19th March – Leadmill, Sheffield

21st March – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

22nd March – o2 Academy, Oxford

23rd March – Solus, Cardiff

25th March – Concorde 2, Brighton

27th March – Thekla, Bristol

28th March – o2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Beans On Toast

Beans On Toast are currently on tour.

29th October – Academy 2, Dublin

31st October – Thekla, Bristol

2nd November – Phoenix, Exeter

3rd November – Haunt, Brighton

6th November- Cockpit, Leeds

7th November – Scala, London

1st December – Hootenanny, Brixton (album launch party)

2nd December – Hope, Brighton

3rd December – The Croft, Bristol

4th December – Cayo Arms, Cardiff

5th December – The Yardbird, Birmingham

6th December – The Venue, Derby

7th December – Kraak Gallery, Manchester

9th December – Fibbers, York

Biffy Clyro

2013 sees Biffy Clyro perform their biggest headlining arena tour. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

20th March – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

21st March – LG Arena, Birmngham

22nd March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

23rd March – Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield

25th March – Arena, Manchester

26th March – International Centre, Bournemouth

28th March – The o2, Dublin

29th March – Odyssey Arena, Belfast

31st March – AECC, Aberdeen

1st April – SECC, Glasgow

3rd April – The o2, London

Bonnie Raitt

Grammy award winner Bonnie Raitt has announced details of her 2013 tour. Tickets are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

9th June – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

11th June – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

13th June – o2 Apollo, Manchester

14th June – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

21st June – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

22nd June – Empire, Liverpool

24th June – City Hall, Newcastle

25th June – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

27th June – Royal Albert Hall, London

Brooke Sharkey

The UK leg of Brooke Sharkey’s tour starts in November. Her debut album One Dress will be available from the 5th December 2012.

1st November – The Revelry, Exeter

2nd November – Inside Out, Sidmouth

3rd November – The Grapevine, Exmouth

6th November – The Golden Lion, Bristol

8th November – Porters Wine Bar, Hastings

11th November – Onetaste Festival, The Bedford, Balham, London

15th November – Pegs + Pans, The Vintage Emporium, London

18th November – Glad Residency, The Gladstone, Borough, London

5th December – St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, London (Album Launch)

Canterbury

Canterbury are starting their tour in November.

8th November – Kasbah, Coventry (with Deaf Havana)

9th November – Leeds Met Uni, Leeds (with Deaf Havana)

10th November – HMV Ritz, Manchester (with Deaf Havana)

11th November – o2 ABC, Glasgow (with Deaf Havana)

12th November – o2 Academy, Newcastle (with Deaf Havana)

14th November – Pyramids, Portsmouth (with Deaf Havana)

15th November – UEA, Norwich (with Deaf Havana)

16th November – Shepherds Bush Empire, London (with Deaf Havana)

27th November – The Croft, Bristol

28th November – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

29th November – White Rabbit, Plymouth

30th November – B-Side at Bunters, Truro

2nd December – Roadmender, Northampton

3rd December – Little Civic (Slade Rooms), Wolverhampton

5th December – Sugarmill, Stoke

6th December – Fruit, Hull

7th December – Corporation, Sheffield

8th December – o2 Academy 3, Leicester

13th December – Cellar, Southampton

14th December – Forum, Tunbridge Wells

15th December – West End Centre, Aldershot

The Coronas

Details of The Coronas upcoming November tour are shown below.

16th November – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

17th November – King Tuts, Glasgow

18th November – Electric Circus, Edinburgh

20th November – o2 Academy 2, Newcastle

22nd November – The Garage, London

23rd November – Bodega, Nottingham

24th November – The Joiners, Southampton

26th November – The Other Room, Birmingham

27th November – Komedia, Brighton

28th November – Ruby Lounge, Manchester

Death At Sea

Death At Sea Are touring the UK in November.

11th November – Stereo, Glasgow

13th November – Deaf Institute, Manchester

14th November – Kings College, London

16th November – The Bodega, Nottingham

17th November – The Exchange, Bristol

18th November – The Haunt, Brighton

Deftones

Tickets for Deftones 2013 tour are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

15th February – Barrowland, Glasgow

16th February – Rock City, Nottingham

18th February – Academy, Manchester

19th February – o2 Academy, Birmingham

20th February – o2 Academy, Brixton, London

Disclosure

Disclosure have announced their live dates for 2013.

1st March – Gorilla, Manchester

2nd March – King Tuts, Glasgow

4th March – Hifi, Leeds

5th March – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

6th March – The Exchange, Bristol

7th March – Heaven, London (Sold Out)

Emeli Sande

Ticket details for Emeli Sande’s 2013 tour have been released. Tickets can be purchased via www.gigsandtours.com.

26th March – o2 Academy, Birmingham

29th March – City Hall, Newcastle

1st April – Usher Hall, Edinburgh

2nd April – o2 Apollo, Manchester

5th April – Dome, Brighton

6th April – Colston Hall, Bristol

8th April – Hammersmith Apollo, London

Frank Turner

Catch Frank Turner on the final dates of his 2012 tour.

11th November – Rock City, Nottingham (Sold Out)

12th November – o2 Academy, Leeds (Sold Out)

13th November – o2 Academy, Liverpool (Sold Out)

14th November – Branqwyn Hall, Swansea

15th November – Hexagon, Reading (Sold Out)

17th November – o2 Academy, Newcastle (Sold Out)

18th November – HMV Picture House (Sold Out)

19th November – o2 Academy, Sheffield (Sold Out)

20th November – UEA, Norwich (Sold Out)

22nd November – Winter Gardens, Margate

23rd November – Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

24th November – Assembly, Leamington Spa (Sold Out)

25th November – Engine Shed, Lincoln

26th November – o2 Academy, Oxford (Sold Out)

28th November – Corn Exchange, Brighton (Sold Out)

29th November – Guildhall, Southampton (Sold Out)

30th November – Hall For Cornwall, Truro

1st December – Pavilion, Bath (Sold Out)

3rd December – Villa Marina, Isle of Man

4th December – Academy, Bangor

6th December – Cypress Avenue, Cork

7th December – Roisin Dubh, Galway

8th December – Limelight, Belfast

9th December – Whelans, Dublin

10th December – Fat Sams, Dundee

11th December – Ironworks, Inverness

12th December – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen (Sold Out)

20th December – o2 Arena, London (supporting The Pogues

Hey Sholay

Hey Sholay’s tour starts this week.

1st November – The Cellar, Southampton

2nd November – Sugarmill, Stoke

3rd November – Bodega, Nottingham

4th November – Green Door Store, Brighton

5th November – Buffalo, Cardiff

6th November – Start The Bus, Bristol

7th November – Lexington, London

9th November – The Vic, Derby

10th November – Cockpit 3, Leeds

12th November – Sound Control, Manchester

13th November – Fibbers, York

14th November – Cluny 2, Newcastle

15th November – King Tuts, Glasgow

16th November – Bar Academy, Leicester

17th November – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

18th November – The Hub, Darlington

12th December – Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London

I Am Kloot

I Am Kloot are set to release their new album Let It All In on January 21st. Following its release the band will perform a February tour. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

12th February – Oran Mor, Glasgow

13th February – Irish Centre, Leeds

14th February – HMV Ritz, Manchester

18th February – Albert Hall, Nottingham

19th February – Barbican Centre, London

21st February – St. Bartholomew’s Centre, Brighton

22nd February – Junction, Cambridge

23rd February – Trinity, Bristol

24th February – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

John Wheeler

John Wheeler is heading out on tour.

21st November – Colston Hall, Bristol

22nd November – Phoenix, Exeter

23rd November – Arts Centre, Salisbury

24th November – Quicksivermail, Yeovil

25th November – Sugarmill, Stoke on Trent

27th November – Lemn Tree, Aberdeen

28th November – Oran Mor, Glasgow

29th November – The Cluny, Newcastle

30th November – Arts Centre, Pocklington

1st December – Picturedome, Holmfirth

Kendrick Lamar

Tickets for Kendrick Lamar’s 2013 tour are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

17th January – HMV Ritz, Manchester

18th January – HMV Institute, Birmingham

19th January – o2 Academy, Bristol

20th January – Indigo2, London

Michael Buble

Michael Buble is performing a six day residency in London’s o2 Arena in 2013. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com from Friday, 2nd November.

30th June – The o2, London

1st July – The o2, London

3rd July – The o2, London

4th July – The o2, London

5th July – The o2, London

7th July – The o2, London

The Mouth Of Ghosts

The Mouth Of Ghosts are heading out on tour in November. Make sure you get your tickets.

3rd November – The Workshop, London (with Burning Shapes)

9th November – Acoustic Set @ The Islington, London

16th November – The Wilmington Arms, London (with Soft Bullets)

17th November – The Winchester, Bournemouth (with Soft Bullets)

19th November – Live @ The Camden Barfly, London (with Canvas Wall)

22nd November – Zimbalam Showcase Event, AAA @ Archangel, London

16th December – The Fleece, Bristol

Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John, yes the same Olivia Newton-John who starred in Grease and Xanadu has announced a 2013 tour. Tickets are available via www.livenation.co.uk.

10th March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

11th March – BIC, Bournemouth

13th March – Royal Albert Hall, London

14th March – Brighton Centre, Brighton

15th March – NIA Academy, Birmingham

17th March – o2 Apollo, Manchester

18th March – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow

Olympic Swimmers

Olympic Swimmers will be heading out on tour in December. Have you got your ticket?

3rd December – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

4th December – The Kazimier, Liverpool

5th December – Thekla, Bristol

6th December – Bodega Social Club, Nottingham

7th December – The Duchess, York

8th December – Barrowlands, Glasgow

10th December- HMV Institute, Birmingham

11th December – The Jericho Tavern, Oxford

12th December – Scala, London

13th December – The Green Door Store, Brighton

14th December – The Cluny, Newcastle

Simple Minds

Simple Minds have announced an epic amount of dates for 2013. Tickets are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

28th March – Waterfront, Belfast (02890 334 400)

29th March – Sands Centre, Carlisle (01228 633 766)

31st March – City Hall, Newcastle (0191 277 8030)

1st April – Music Hall, Aberdeen (0844 499 9990)

2nd April – Caird Hall, Dundee (0844 499 9990)

4th April – Venue Cymru Arena, Llandudno (01492 872 000)

5th April – De Montfort Hall, Leicester (0116 233 3111)

6th April – Civic Hall, Wolverhampton (0870 320 7000)

8th April – Dome, Brighton (01273 709 709)

9th April – Pavilions, Plymouth (0845 146 1460)

11th April – Engine Shed, Lincoln (0844 888 8766)

12th April – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham (0115 989 5555)

13th April – o2 Academy, Leeds (0844 477 2000)

15th April – o2 Academy, Bournemouth (0844 477 2000)

16th April – Winter Gardens, Margate (01843 292 795)

17th April – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend (01702 351 135)

19th April – Opera House, Blackpool (0844 856 1111)

20th April – Liverpool Empire, Liverpool (0844 871 3017)

22nd April – Corn Exchange, Cambridge (01223 357 851)

23rd April – G Live, Guildford (0844 770 1797)

25th April – Hexagon, Reading (0118 960 6090)

26th April – City Hall, Sheffield (0114 278 9789)

27th April – City Hall, Hull (01482 226 655)

29th April – Colston Hall, Bristol (0117 922 3686)

30th April – Guildhall, Portsmouth (023 92824 355)

2nd May – New Theatre, Oxford (0844 871 3020)

3rd May – UEA, Norwich (01603 508 050)

4th May – Regent, Ipswich (01473 433 100)

Swim Deep

Tickets for Swim Deep’s 2013 tour are available via www.gigsandtours.com.

14th February – Joiners, Southampton

15th February – Temple, Birmingham

16th February – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

17th February – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

18th February – Bodega, Nottingham

19th February – Plug, Sheffield

20th February – Duchess, York

22nd February – King Tuts, Glasgow

23rd February – Kazimier, Liverpool

24th February – Thekla, Bristol

25th February – Open, Norwich

26th February – XOYO, London

27th February – Green Door Store, Brighton

Ultraista

Ultraista are playing live dates in December.

1st December – Hare & Hound, Birmingham

1st December – Warehouse Project, Manchester (DJ Set)

2nd December – Deaf Institute, Manchester

3rd December – Exchange, Bristol

5th December – Fabric, London

The View

The View are heading out on tour.

28th November – Sugarmill, Stoke

29th November – Electric Ballroom, London

30th November – Old Fire Station, Bournemouth

1st December – Independent, Sunderland

3rd December – The Venue, Derby

4th December – Waterfront, Norwich

5th December – o2 Academy, Liverpool

7th December – MEN Arena, Manchester (supporting The Courteeners)

17th December – Barrowland, Glasgow

18th December – Barrowland, Glasgow (Sold Out)

19th December – Caird Hall, Dundee

Villagers

Villagers have announced a February tour for 2013. Before their tour the band are due to release their new album {Awayland} on January 14th.

8th February – Leadmill, Sheffield

9th February – Warehouse, Newcastle

10th February – Stereo, Glasgow

12th February – Wardrobe, Leeds

13th February – Gorilla, Manchester

14th February – HMV Library, Birmingham

16th February – Trinity, Bristol

17th February – Old Market, Brighton

18th February – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

20th February – Village Underground, London

Wild Nothing

Wild Nothing start their tour this week.

29th October – Vicar Street, Dublin

30th October – Ritz, Manchester

1st November – Forum, London

28th November – The Lexington, London (Sold Out)

29th November – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

30th November – Stereo, Glasgow

1st December – The Workman’s Club, Dublin

Willy Moon

Willy Moon’s tour starts this week. Make sure you get down to see him.

31st October – o2 Arena, Dublin

2nd November – Alexandra Palace, London

4th November – Bridlington Spa Theatre & Royal Hall, Bridlington

6th November – Blackpool Empress Ballroom Arena, Blackpool

7th November – o2 Academy, Birmingham

8th November – Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Released This Week

Psychedelic Pill – Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da – Madness

Afterglow – Black County Communion

The Abbey Road Sessions – Kylie Minogue

The Soldiers – The Soldiers

18 Months – Calvin Harris

The Fire – Matt Cardle

A Place I Go – Tyler James

10:20 – The Twang