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Music News: Monday 30th September 2013

Lisa Bentley



Adele to Play Dusty?

Rumours are rife that singer Adele is supposed to play Dusty Springfield in a new biopic. The role is said to portray Dusty during the recording of her iconic album, Dusty in Memphis.

HMV Return Home

HMV has returned to its flagship store on Oxford Street. The store was opened over 90 years ago but suffered a mild set back when the owners went into administration in January. However, the store reopened on Saturday, 28th September.

Professor Green Postpones Tour

Professor Green is postponing his tour. The rescheduled dates are as follows:

9th May – o2 Academy, Glasgow

10th May – o2 Academy, Newcastle

11th May – o2 Academy, Liverpool

13th May – Sands Centre, Carlisle

14th May – Assembly Rooms, Derby

16th May – o2 Apollo, Manchester

17th May – o2 Academy, Birmingham

18th May – o2 Academy, Leeds

20th May – UEA, Norwich (The Nick Rayns LCR)

21st May – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

22nd May – o2 Academy, Bristol

23rd May – Hammersmith Apollo, London

Hard Rock Cancelled

Hard Rock Calling will not be taking place in 2014. Hard Rock have sponsored Calling festival for seven years but have withdrawn their sponsorship.

Live Announcements

City & Colour

City & Colour have announced their first live dates for 2014.

21st January – Limelight, Belfast

22nd January – Olympia Theatre, Dublin

24th January – o2 Academy, Newcastle

25th January – o2 Academy, Leeds

26th January – o2 Academy, Glasgow

28th January – Apollo, Manchester

30th January – o2 Academy, Birmingham

31st January – Hammersmith Apollo, London

1st February – UEA LCR, Norwich

3rd February – o2 Academy, Bournemouth

4th February – Dome, Brighton

Fossil Collective

Fossil Collective start their tour this week.

1st October – The Haunt, Brighton

4th October – Louisiana, Bristol

5th October – Moon Club, Cardiff

6th October – Phoenix Arts Centre, Exeter

7th October – Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

8th October – Academy, Oxford

9th October – Tabernacle, London

10th October – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

11th October – Leaf, Liverpool

13th October – Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh

14th October – King Tut’s, Glasgow

15th October – McHughs, Belfast

16th October – Academy 2, Dublin

Letters to Fiesta

Letters to Fiesta are touring next month. Make sure you get your ticket.

9th October – Nation of Shop Keepers, Leeds

12th October – Soup Kitchen, Manchester (support Symphonic Pictures – Songs For Walter)

16th October – The Cluny, Newcastle (support Symphonic Pictures)

17th October – Art House, Glasgow

24th October – Notting Hill Arts Club, London (support Televox)

Sweet Baboo

Sweet Baboo start their tour next month.

19th October – SWN Festival, Cardiff

6th November – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

7th November – Night and Day, Manchester

8th November – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds

9th November – Westgarth F.C., Middlesborough

10th November – Electric Circus, Edinburgh

11th November – Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

12th November – The Leaf, Liverpool

13th November – The Harley, Sheffield

14th November – Islington Assembly Hall, London

16th November – Cavern Club, Exeter

17th November – The Exchange, Bristol

18th November – The Joiners Arms, Southampton

19th November – Green Door Store, Brighton

20th November – Portland Arms, Cambridge

21st November – The Prince Albert, Stroud

22nd November – Spanky Van Dykes, Nottingham

14th December – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Released This Week

Fortress – Alterbridge

Days Are Gone – HAIM

The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 – Justin Timberlake

Innocents – Moby

Lunch Drunk Love – Bowling For Soup

Peace – Kids In Glass Houses

The Fifth – Dizzy Rascal

Ghosts – Smoke Fairies

Glow and Behold – Yuck