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  • Young Fathers Share 'Only God Knows'
    Young Fathers
    Taken from the T2: Trainspotting soundtrack...

    Young Fathers have shared new track 'Only God Knows' - tune in now.

    Well, it was slightly inevitable, wasn't it?

    When production began on T2: Trainspotting speculation mounted on who would appear on the soundtrack, given the undoubted impact of the original film.

    Young Fathers hail from Leith, the area of Edinburgh that serves for the primary locale of the film's misadventures.

    New cut 'Only God Knows' appears in T2: Trainspotting, and the near tribal beat is bolstered by the Leith Congregational Choir.

    Director Danny Boyle:

    "Trainspotting, the original book is like a modern Ulysses. It’s unsurpassed I think, and reading it is still like the ‘rush of ocean to the heart’. You're always looking for the heartbeat of a film. For Trainspotting it was Underworld's Born Slippy. For T2 It's Young Fathers. Their songs are my heartbeat for the film. And 'Only God Knows' is that rush again. The ocean. The heart."

    Tune in now.

    'Only God Knows' is out now - Ninja Tune will give the track a full seven inch vinyl release in March.

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  • Album Stream: Public Memory - 'Wuthering Drum Reworks'
    'Wuthering Drum'
    A versatile, expansive selection of remixes...

    Public Memory is an artist who sits at a series of crossroads.

    Dubbed out synth pop, post-punk matched against industrial tones, his ever-evolving sound refuses to sit in one place.

    Last year's 'Wuthering Drum' emerged via Felte, and it was perhaps the artist's most bold, vivid statement yet.

    Robert Toher composed the material while living in San Francisco, before transferring back to Brooklyn, and there's this sense of light and dark in his work.

    Handing the material for a number of guest producers, Public Memory has gathered together the results on a new collection of remixes.

    A broad, expansive selection, it veers from synth pop treatments to something darker, more intense.

    Tune in now.

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  • Wire Announce New Album 'Silver/Lead'
    It's their 40th anniversary...

    Wire are set to release new album 'Silver/Lead' on March 31st.

    The band formed in the middle of punk's '77 explosion, but quickly began seeking out new, hitherto unexplored space.

    Vastly influential, Wire's myriad adventures remain entirely inspiring, even after all this time.

    Toasting their 40th anniversary, the band will release new album 'Silver/Lead' through their own pinkflag label.

    As a preview Wire have shared new cut 'Short Elevated Period', and it's a deft fusion of the band's pop / Brutalist sides, a mixture of old and new that unsettles and provokes.

    Tune in now.

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  • Premiere: Tamu Massif - 'Rare Candy'
    Tamu Massif
    Taken from new EP 'Bala'...

    Tamu Massif is a vehicle for the imagination of Dave Dixon, a songwriter with remarkable patience.

    Building up each song over a period of months or even years, Tamu Massif finally released its debut EP 'Alba' back in 2015.

    A spectacular introduction, it demonstrated the sheer talent on display, in its emotional punch and its musical diversity.

    "I don't have a set process,” explains Dixon. “Quite often I start with a riff on the piano or guitar and build up sections layering stuff. A lot of the sounds are sampled vocals and guitar lines which I've played around with – stretched and loaded with effects, etc.”

    New EP 'Bala' is incoming, with Clash able to share the video for addictive new cut 'Rare Candy'.

    The visuals are drawn from years of travel, featuring everything from New Year in Naples to scenes from Dixon's home in Weston-super-Mare.

    Tune in now.

    Catch Tamu Massif at the following shows:

    26 London Kings Head Member's Club - Mahogany Horizon
    28 Bristol The Louisiana - Chiverin does Independent Venue Week w/ Elder Island

    17 London St Pancras Old Church - w/ Henry Green

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  • Boss Hog Announce New Album 'Brood X'
    Boss Hog
    It's their first blast of new material in 17 years...

    Boss Hog are set to release new album 'Brood X' on March 24th.

    The legendary New York outfit scorched a trail through the cusp of the early 90s, with their feral live shows allied to some outrageous studio recordings.

    New album 'Brood X' drops on March 24th, with Cristina Martinez resurrecting the band's noise-heavy blues-sludge sound.

    Christina explains: "There are different broods of cicadas emerging in cyclical periods, there are 13-year cicadas and 17-year cicadas. That’s what Boss Hog is like – we’re operating on our own cycle. We go underground for a number of years, re-emerge, make beautiful sounds, and then go away. That’s our cyclical life."

    Taken from the full length, new cut 'Formula X' is online now - visceral, boiling hot guitar bedlam, you can tune in below.

    Catch Boss Hog at London's Oslo venue on February 3rd.

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  • Azymuth - Fênix
    Influential Brazilian trio remain entirely relevant...

    There’s a great interview with Madlib where he visits a record store in Hoboken, New Jersey, known for its rare Brazilian records. He talks about discovering Azymuth’s music (and tells you how to pronounce the name — which is useful). It was the catalyst that lead him into a wormhole of bossa and tropicalia records. Azymuth’s uniquely abstract and super tight drum patterns has given them particular appeal for a lot of modern day producers. Artist like Jazzanova and 4hero have cut several remixes and Madlib even got the chance to collaborate with drummer Ivan Conti for the Jackson Conti album in 2008.

    The Brazilian trio’s influence across modern music has built slowly since they started out as session players in the late sixties. Now coming up for 50 years and 30-odd albums deep, they’re still at it and still remarkably unchanged. Tracks like the two versions of ‘Villa Mariana’, which sandwich the record, are classic Azymuth and yet still sound fresh and vital. ‘Papa Samba’ opens with slick latin rhythms that are nothing short of remarkable coming from a 70-year-old.

    The band as a whole still sound full of energy and enthusiasm which really keeps their sound alive. A good balance of updated but not overdone production techniques is also key to ‘Fênix’s success. London-based Far Out Recordings, who the band have been releasing on since the mid nineties, are clearly very conscious to maintain the balance. Overall, this record is testament to a sound which Azymuth helped build from the ground up. The musical ideas at the band’s core have stood the test of time remarkably well and remain as enjoyable and relevant as they ever were.


    Words: Jack Dolan

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  • Rob Shields - Green
    Subtle and engrossing electronics that reaches for the headphones...

    For those wanting a clear mind for the New Year, Rob Shields’ life aquatic won’t paddle too far out of a depth levelled for that floatation tank given as a Christmas gift.

    Gentle house that finds a nook and reaches for the headphones rather than going for the widescreen option, ‘Green’ is comfortable with solitude, progressively poking its head from its shell when letting off reflections of vivid, enchanting colour, and doing hotter temperatures (the international flavours of ‘Rotary Dub’ and ‘Adjani’) instead of choppier waters.

    One to spend some time with.


    Words: Matt Oliver

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  • Track Of The Day 24/1 - Plants And Animals
    Plants And Animals
    In Association With Cheap Monday...

    Plants And Animals have built a world of their own.

    Fourth album 'Waltzed In From The Rumbling' emerged last year on Secret City Records, a work of striking independence.

    The music just keeps flowing at their Montreal base, with the band recently releasing new EP 'Passed Out From The Waltzing'.

    Essentially a collection of B-sides relating to their recent album, it's a mark of the intensity of their work that the quality is so high.

    Available now, Plants And Animals have shot a new clip for spiralling new track 'Green Eyes'. Tender, emotive songwriting, the musical maturity is matched to a vocal performance weighed down with pleading innocence.

    Plants And Animals explain: "This song is a freefall. It's a body tumbling and flapping in the wind, pulled hard by gravity, no bottom to be found. I think the lyrics are some of the best Warren has written. He said they just came out. So he brought in the words and that cascading chord cycle, and there was little discussion before we all played it. It just came out. We played for each other and for ourselves too. It's a catharsis. It ends up on the ground. And the landing, somehow, is soft."

    Tune in now.

    Catch Plants And Animals supporting The Dears at the following shows:

    24 Cardiff The Globe
    25 Bristol The Fleece
    26 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
    28 London Village Underground

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  • Listen: Rosie Carney - 'Awake Me'
    Rosie Carney
    A tender, moving, and highly mature work from a young talent...

    Rosie Carney has spent almost half her life dealing with the impact of depression and anorexia.

    Music has long been a place of solace, a meditative realm where she could process the things happening to her.

    A tender, beautiful voice allied to a gifted lyrical sense, Rosie Carney has made great artistic strides over the past 12 months.

    New track 'Awake Me' might well be her finest offering yet, a moving, and extremely brave document of personal struggle.

    Amid a sparse, engrossing arrangement Rosie's voice flutters and spirals: “I’ve been a fool for more than half of my life / I’ve tried to hide...”

    Tune in now.

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  • Laura Marling Announces Solo Shows
    Laura Marling
    At some out-of-the-way venues...

    Laura Marling has added a number of solo shows to her upcoming itinerary.

    The songwriter will release new album 'Semper Femina' on March 10th, and has already confirmed UK dates with a full band.

    Alongside this, Laura Marling has now outlined plans for 'Tour De Ville UK' - a series of solo shows in out of the way venues.

    The project includes shows in Bury St Edmunds, Stockton, Wrexham, Exeter, and Norwich, with tickets going on sale from 10am on Friday (January 27th).

    Catch Laura Marling at the following shows:

    8 Leeds O2 Academy
    9 Bristol Colston Hall SOLD OUT
    10 Glasgow O2 ABC SOLD OUT
    12 Manchester Albert Hall SOLD OUT
    13 Oxford O2 Academy SOLD OUT
    14 Birmingham Institute
    16 Brighton Dome SOLD OUT
    17 London Roundhouse SOLD OUT
    18 Salisbury City Hall
    21 London Roundhouse
    22 Bury St Edmunds The Apex (Solo show)
    24 Stockton ARC Theatre & Arts Centre (Solo show)
    25 Wrexham Central Station (Solo show)
    26 Exeter Lemon Grove (Solo show)
    28 Norwich Waterfront (Solo show)

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