Ivory Wave - UK Tour


Morrissey - 6th March Leeds Arena


The Who - 25th March Leeds Arena


Dub Pistols new album and tour


Graham Gouldman - UK Tour


Live at Leeds line up - 2020


Bingley Weekender line up - 2020


Slow Readers Club - Album and tour


Jamie Cullum - UK Tour details


The Stranglers - UK Tour 2020


Leeds - Inner City Electronic Festival


Michael Kiwanuka Tour and album


New album released 25th October and full details of UK tour 2020 revealed

The Orb UK Tour and Album 2020


Full details of the forthcoming new album and tour 2020

Becky Hill - Tour Autumn/Winter 2020


Jools Holland winter tour 2020


Love Fame Tragedy - EP & UK Tour


Kendal Calling 2020


Skunk Anansie - UK Tour


Music For Marsden 2020 - London O2


The Sherlocks - UK Tour


Leeds/Reading 2020 Full line up


Oh My God! It's The Church UK Tour


The Jacques - UK Tour


Snoop Dogg


6 date UK Arena tour 2020 announced

The Manfreds UK tour 2020


Jack Garratt - UK/European Tour


Gentlemens Dub Club - UK Tour


Soul II Soul Club Classics Tour 2020


Ben Watt Tour 2020


The Blast Off! Tour, NELLY, SHAGGY, SALT N PEPA + MORE - March 2020


snoop dogg

6 date UK arena tour announced



A man that needs no introduction... Snoop Dogg has announced the I Wanna Thank Me UK arena headline tour for April 2020.

The forthcoming shows see the rap legend touring in support of his 17th album,
I Wanna Thank Me, and documentary of the same name, released earlier this year. 

Snoop Dogg has announced a six date ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ UK arena headline tour for April 2020. 

The forthcoming tour sees the West Coast rap legend touring in support of his 17thalbum I Wanna Thank Me, and documentary of the same name, released earlier this year. 

I Wanna Thank Me celebrates 25 years of the Snoop Dogg, a career that has seen the Doggfather cement his undisputed influence on music with chart-topping, multi-platinum records, while also solidifying his importance to wider culture as an actor, businessman and more across the board. 

The tour reflects this and sees Snoop Dogg enlist a selection of his key collaborators from the breadth of his iconic music career including further West Coast hip hop royalty; Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Obie Trice and D12. They will also be joined by the multi-million streamed Irish rap duo Versatile. 

Tickets are available on O2 Pre-Sale today (Oct 2nd), via MJR Pre-Sale at 9am on Friday Oct 4thand go on general sale at 9am Monday October 7th via bit.ly/SnoopDogg2020. Full tour dates can be found below:


9th– Dublin, 3Arena 
10th– Belfast, SSE Arena
12th– Manchester, Manchester Arena
14th– Leeds, First Direct Arena
15th– London, O2 Arena
16th– Birmingham, Birmingham Arena

West Coast rap legend Snoop Dogg has come a long way since being discovered by Dr. Dre in the early 1990. As impressive as he was when guesting on Dre’s The Chronicin 1992, few could have guessed he’d go on to global fame, tens of millions of record sales, and a career in movies and TV. And that’s only part of the story, from battles with the law to reinvention as a reggae artist.

He was born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. in Long Beach, California, on October 20, 1971. His "Snoop Dogg" nickname came from his mother because she thought he looked like Snoopy from the Peanuts cartoon. He played piano and sang at his local Baptist church, before starting rap in sixth grade. After graduating high school, Snoop was arrested several times for drug possession and spent time in prison. He was also associated with the Rollin’ 20 Crips Gang. 

He started making music as a way out of his troubles and recorded early demos with his cousin Nate Dogg and friend Warren G as 213. A track on one of these came to the attention of Dr. Dre who invited Snoop — then rapping under the name Snoop Doggy Dogg — to audition. 

From there they collaborated on a song called "Deep Cover" for the soundtrack of the film for the same name; and Snoop became the key rapper on Dre’s hugely successful first solo album, The Chronic, in 1992.

Snoop's first album, the Dre-produced 
Doggystyle(1993), climbed its way to the No. 1 spot on Billboard's hip-hop and Top 200 charts, based in part on the success of the singles "Who Am I (What's My Name)?" and "Gin and Juice." 

Next came a short film called 
Murder Was the Case, the soundtrack of which went double platinum. Snoop's next album, Tha Doggfather(1996), also reached the top of the charts, despite the absence of Dre, who had left Death Row over a contract dispute. Snoop then left Death Row himself, falling out with label mogul Suge Knight and moving to Master P’s No Limit Records. 

He scored the top slot on the hip-hop charts with his next two albums: Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told(1998) and No Limit Top Dogg(1999). His last album for No Limit, The Last Meal, came in 2000 and sold over 2 million copies. By now his sound had become less "gangsta rap" and somewhat smoother.

Snoop continued to make music throughout the noughts, enjoying a big hit in 2004 with the chart-topping single "Drop It Like It's Hot," which sparked several fruitful collaborations with Pharrell Williams. He reunited with Warren G and Nate Dogg as 213 to drop the album 
The Hard Wayin 2004. In 2007, Snoop became the first artist to release a track — "It's The DOG" — as a ringtone prior to its release as a single.

He also branched out into acting during the same period and appeared in several films, including 
Starsky & HutchThe Wash andTraining Day. He also made guest appearances on television shows, including The L Wordand Weeds, and starred in his own E! reality show, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, in 2007. He was part of a sketch show, Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, and participated in the Comedy Central Roast of the future president Donald Trump. He also uses his likeable laconic personality to good effect in a new venture for VH1, Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, where he and Martha Stewart host dinner parties for various celebrities.

Outside of music, Snoop has made investments in the burgeoning cannabis business. In November 2015 he launched Leafs By Snoop, becoming the first A-list celebrity to brand a line of cannabis products. That same year he also launched a new digital-media venture called Merry Jane, which focuses on the latest marijuana news. In May 2017 Snoop dropped his fifteenth studio album 
Neva Left. He also released a gospel album titled Bible of Love in March 2018.

He is held in high esteem and affection by hip-hop fans worldwide, and is one of the most recognizable faces and voices of the whole genre, even to those who don’t listen to his music. He has the distinction for having the most Grammy nominations of any music artist— 17 to date — without having won one. 

But as Snoop Dogg shows few signs of retiring, don’t write him off just yet.


soul ii soul

Club Classics Tour Autumn 2020

Following the success of their shows in 2018, iconic British band Soul II Soul will take  their acclaimed Club Classics tour back on the road in 2020, paying tribute to their legendary debut album, ‘Club Classics Vol 1’.

The double Grammy Award winning and five-time Brit Award nominated band will play 15 dates in the UK in October and November 2020, including a date at London’s Royal Albert Hall, featuring a stunning production.

Regarding the tour Jazzie B says, "Who would have thought that after thirty-odd years later we’d still be on the road with this thing? It’s been a helluva journey – literally! – and I feel truly blessed. Now, I’m looking forward to going back to some of the familiar venues where we’ve made a lot of friends, I’m just as pumped about testing out places we’ve never been before but I'm seriously excited about playing the Royal Albert Hall. I want to thank to the fullness everybody who’s given their support up until now, and I’ll see you along the way – a happy face, a thumpin’ bass for a lovin’ race."

With huge hits including ‘Keep On Movin’ (which sold over a million copies in the US alone) and the UK number one single ‘Back To Life (However Do You Want Me)’, Soul II Soul progressed from being one of the leaders of the 1980’s warehouse scene to pioneering British black music around the world, and securing commercial success for themselves and the huge amount of artists they have influenced. 

During the course of their stellar career the band have sold over 10 million albums worldwide and main man Jazzie B was awarded an OBE for services to music in 2008, as well as winning an Ivor Novello Award for Inspiration, as 
“the man who gave British black music a soul of its own”.

Tickets are available on O2 Pre-Sale on Monday October 7th, MJR Pre-Sale Tuesday October 8thand General Sale on Wednesday October 9th via bit.ly/SoulClubClassics.

Soul II Soul 2020

Club Classics Tour Dates

Friday 9th October: O2 Institute, Birmingham
Saturday 10th October: Bonus Arena, Hull
Friday 16th October: Open, Norwich
Saturday 17th October: Barrowlands, Glasgow
Friday 23rd October: Olympia, Liverpool
Saturday 24th October: O2 Academy, Newcastle
Friday 30th October: Rock City, Nottingham
Saturday 31st October: Barbican, York
Friday 6th November: O2 Academy, Bristol
Saturday 7th November: Pyramids, Portsmouth
Friday 13th November: Tramshed, Cardiff
Saturday 14th November: Brighton Dome
Friday 20th November: Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Saturday 21st November: Manchester Academy
Tuesday 24th November: Royal Albert Hall, London


Ben Watt

Storm Damage 2020 tour info

To support the release of his new album 'Storm Damage' on 31st January, Ben Watt is heading out on the road throughout the UK in February and March 2020. Kicking off in Leeds on the 27th Feb and finishing on the 14th March in London.

Tickets are on sale now and full details of the tour can be found at the link below:



Kisstory presents The Blast Off! Tour featuring NELLY, SHAGG

UK TOUR 2020

Kisstory presents The Blast Off! Tour featuring NELLY, SALT N PEPA, SHAGGY, MYA, BLU CANTRELL, DJ LUCK & MC NEAT and many more, hosted by the one and only FATMAN SCOOP.

Prepare for a blast from the past as smash hits such as Nelly's 'Hot In Herre', Salt N Pepa's 'Shoop', Shaggy's 'It Wasn't Me' and Blu Cantrell's 'Breathe' are brought to life in arenas up and down the country. 

Next year a very special, one-of-a-kind tour is coming to arenas across Ireland and the UK in February and March. With a huge all-star line-up, The Blast Off Tour! features live performances from top US artists Nelly, Salt N Pepa, Shaggy, Mya and Blu Cantrell. 

This is the first time a tour of this format has been done in the UK and will be coming to Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Birmingham throughout March while kicking off in Dublin on February 28th.

The show will also be hosted by American hype man and hip-hop personality Fatman Scoop and includes exclusive appearances from UK garage stars So Solid members Lisa Maffia and MC Romeo, scene pioneer MC DT and the British duos Oxide & Neutrino, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Sweet Female Attitude. 

Speaking to some of the iconic artists performing about the tour they say;

Salt N Pepa

“It’s been over 30 years since we first got together, and we're still out here. We can’t put into words how much we’re looking forward to coming over to the UK to perform on this tour. The bill is incredible, and we’re so excited to get up on stage and play some songs for y’all.”


“I’m really looking forward to this tour and performing again in the UK. It’s a fun bill and I’m excited to share the stage with these great artists.”

Blu Cantrell

“When I was asked about this tour, saying no just wasn’t an option. Performing alongside some of my oldest friends and singing some of my favourite songs is going to be so much fun! I have so much love for the UK, and I can’t wait to come back and perform for you all.”

Fatman Scoop
“This tour is gonna be DOPE. I’ve always felt welcome in the UK, and I’m honoured to be hosting such a huge bill. This is gonna be legendary, everyone involved with this tour is gonna kill it every single night.”

Lisa Maffia

“There’s nowhere I love playing more than my UK home, and what better way to play it than with a ton of the biggest and best in Garage? We all can’t wait for this thing to get started, it’s gonna be insane. You don’t want to miss this!”

Tickets are available for O2 priority pre-sale on Wednesday 16th October, MJR pre-sale on Thursday 17th October and on general sale from Friday 18th October via www.themjrgroup.com


28th– Dublin 3 Arena

2nd– Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
3rd– Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
5th– Leeds, First Direct Arena
6th– Manchester Arena
7th– Newcastle, Utilita Arena
8th– Glasgow, Hydro Arena
10th– Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
11th– London, O2 Arena
12th– Birmingham, Resorts World Arena


live at leeds - 2nd May 2020

Line up an

Saturday 2nd May 2020




Renowned as the first place to hear the essential sounds of the year ahead, Live At Leeds returns in 2020 with an impressive line-up combining some of the most exciting names in modern music and the hottest breakthrough bands on the UK music scene. 

Live at Leeds is your chance to find your new favourite artist in a day of live music across the city.

Previous artists that have appeared at Live at Leeds in the early stages of their careers and gone on to huge achievements include Brits Choice Winner Sam Fender (now headlining arenas and released A number 1 album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’), Pop Sensation Sam Smith, worldwide festival headliners The 1975, online star Freya Ridings, Glastonbury headliner Stormzy, and Ed Sheeran, who recently returned to Leeds for the biggest headline shows in the city since 2006 at Roundhay Park. 

Heading up the line-up in 2020 are some of Live at Leeds’ true success stories, led by Aussie Indie rockers DMA’s. Since forming in Sydney in 2012, they’ve garnered critical acclaim in the UK for both of their previously released albums . Hot from supporting national treasure Liam Gallagher on his headline UK tour this month they will return to the festival on the back of a hotly anticipated third album planned for release next year. 

A favourite with the Live at Leeds crowd, their set is bound to be an unmissable spectacle and a highlight of the day.

Following of the most hyped debut albums of the last few years Pale Waves will return to Live at Leeds as triumphant headliners. The label-mates and tour-mates of The 1975 have been making a name for themselves as one of the most exciting alternative bands of recent years. Their debut album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ was full of hits, including “Television Romance’ and ‘There’s a Honey’ and Live at Leeds will follow a host of sold out UK tours, an iconic Glastonbury performance in 2019 and tours with artists like Halsey and Muse. 

Easy Life are arguably THE breakout artist of 2019, setting festival stages across the country alight throughout the summer with their mishmash of jazz, hip-hop, funk and punk that sounds like nothing done before . The Leicester 5-piece are being added to Live at Leeds following their recent sell-out show at Leeds University and have a much-anticipated EP Junk Food dropping in 2020. Make sure you catch them at Live at Leeds, they are set to get bigger and bigger from here on out!

Also leading the charge of new names, making his Live at Leeds debut is Ezra Furman. Bringing his unique brand of indie rock from across the pond, this cult artist gained a mainstream following composing the soundtrack to the hit Netflix series ‘Sex Education’ in 2019. He will appear at the festival in support of his fourth solo studio album ‘Twelve Nudes’ which was released in August 2019 on Bella Union. 

Also on the line-up are Beck-inspired Bad Sounds, breakthrough alternative artist Marika Hackman, electronic-pop sensation Self Esteem, Charlatans frontman and indie legend Tim Burgess and UK psych-rock band Temples.

Live at Leeds is well known for giving new artists their first show in the city before they go on to conquer the world and 2020 welcomes a new crop of exciting artists arriving in Leeds for shows early in their careers.  These include Aussie fuzz-pop duo Hockey Dad, Norwegian punk art rockers Pom Poko, indie-pop bands FEET and Kawala, Newcastle rockers The Pale White, and alt-synth act W. H. Lung.

Over 55 acts are confirmed on this first announcement, including singer-songwriter James Smith, Glaswegian Art-rockers Walt Disco, and a host of exciting new artists including Jazz-soul producer and Dance to the Radio signee Leo Cosmos, alt rockers Leodis and haunting dream-pop band Artio

The starting gates to the summer ahead, Live at Leeds 2020 soundtracks a city soaring with the best in new and now. 

TIER 3 are £38 + Booking Fee 

VIP Options also available 

BUY TICKETS HERE > https://www.liveatleeds.com/


bingley weekender 2020

Additional Information

Following the successful first year at Bingley Rugby Club, Bingley weekender is back for 2020, and the lineup for the 4th, 5th & 6th September has just been announced.

Headliners Primal Scream, The Libertines and Tom Walker will ensure that this will be a great weekend, and tickets are already on sale at the link below.

Check back regularly for updates over the coming months for more news about the weekend.





graham gouldman

UK tour 2020

10cc Star Graham Gouldman UK Tour Dates To Coincide With First New Solo Album In Eight Years

10cc’s Graham Gouldman will embark on a run of UK tour dates in March and April 2020 to coincide with the release of his first solo album in eight years.

Long-established as one of the world’s greatest songwriters, Graham’s 14-date tour with his semi-acoustic band Heart Full of Songs begins in Gateshead on 19th March and ends in Cardiff on 4th April, including a date at London’s Union Chapel on 26th March. 

Graham’s new solo album – the fifth of his career, and his first since 2012’s ‘Love And Work’ - is scheduled for release on 20th March on British independent record label Lojinx.

With 10cc tours enjoying ever-increasing success around the world, in 2018 Graham was invited by The Beatles’ drummer Ringo Starr to join his All Starr Band for tours of Europe and the USA, during which the band played three 10cc songs, elevating Graham’s profile yet further. 

That relationship continues, with Ringo making a very special guest appearance on Graham’s new album, playing drums on a song called ‘Standing Next To Me’.

Graham said, “Playing with Ringo Starr and The All Starr Band was absolutely brilliant, and having Ringo play drums on one of my new album’s songs was the icing on the cake. The song is about how I came to be asked to join his band, and about my experience of being on the road with Ringo alongside Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Gregg Rolie, Warren Ham and Gregg Bissonette, who also plays drums on four of the album’s tracks.”

When Graham formed what became Heart Full of Songs it was purely for the pleasure of playing his songs in their simplest form: acoustically. The format became so popular that the acoustic four-piece undertook its first concert tour in April-May 2013. 

The band now tours across Belgium, Germany, Holland and the UK and comprises Graham, Ciaran Jeremiah, Dave Cobby and either Iain Hornal, Nick Kendal or Andy Park, depending on their various commitments.

For lovers of perfectly-crafted music performed by the composer, a Heart Full of Songs concert is truly an exquisite experience, featuring 10cc classics such as I’m Not In Love, Dreadlock Holiday and The Things We Do For Love, Bus Stop – a hit for The Hollies, For Your Love (The Yardbirds) and Bridge To Your Heart (Wax), along with some new material.

Graham’s songwriting status was acknowledged in 2014 with his induction into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame – an arm of America’s National Academy of Music. Previous inductees include Noel Coward, Irving Berlin, Burt Bacharach, Neil Sedaka, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Leonard Cohen and Sting.

That was followed in 2015 by Broadcast Music Incorporated in the US anointed him an Icon of the Industry at a special ceremony in London, where he wowed the audience with an acoustic rendition of I’m Not In Love, accompanied by Lisa Stansfield on vocals. 

Around that time, Graham got another unexpected lift. It happened backstage at the UK’s Cropredy Festival when Robert Plant walked up and thanked him for writing one of the songs that got him through the audition to join Led Zeppelin. The song was For Your Love.

Looking ahead to the tour, Graham said, “I always love taking my Heart Full Of Songs show on tour. Acoustic performances always create a very intimate atmosphere where every song – which is what it’s all about - can truly be heard. It also gives me a chance to explain how the songs came about and something of the writing process. We’ll see you there.”

The full Heart Full of Songs tour: 

19  Mar  Gateshead  Sage 2

20  Mar  Aberdeen  The Tivoli Theatre

21  Mar  Edinburgh  Pleasance Theatre

22  Mar  Glasgow  St Luke’s

24  Mar  Solihull  The Core Theatre 

25  Mar  Leeds   City Varieties

26  Mar  London   Union Chapel

27  Mar  Brighton  St George’s

29  Mar  Colwyn  Theatr Colwyn  

30  Mar  Liverpool   Epstein Theatre 

1  Apr  Wavendon  The Stables

2  Apr  Manchester  RNCM 

3  Apr  Bristol  St George’s

4  Apr  Cardiff  The Gate 

Tickets are available from all venues, ticket agencies and www.grahamgouldman.info

Graham Gouldman - biog

Born on 10 May 1946 in Manchester, Graham was given his first guitar at the age of 11 and started playing with local bands at 15. He received early encouragement to develop his musical talent from his mother Betty and father Hymie, who also contributed with suggested lyrics and song titles.

Graham played with various Manchester bands before forming The Mockingbirds in 1965 (with Kevin Godley on drums), and when the record label Columbia rejected Graham’s first single composition for the band, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. The song, For Your Love, became a huge hit for The Yardbirds.


Working by day in a men's outfitters shop and playing by night with his semi-professional band, Graham went on to write a string of hits, such as Pamela, Pamela for Wayne Fontana, For Your Love, Evil Hearted You and Heart Full of Soul (The Yardbirds), Bus Stop and Look Through Any Window (The Hollies), No Milk Today and Listen People (Herman's Hermits), and Tallyman for Jeff Beck.


In 1972, along with Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, he formed 10cc and enjoyed a string of Top 10 hits, including three No 1s - Rubber Bullets, I’m Not In Love and Dreadlock Holiday – along with Donna (No 2), Art For Art’s Sake and Good Morning Judge (both reaching No 5), The Things We Do For Love and I’m Mandy Fly Me (6), and The Wall Street Shuffle (10).


It’s the enduring popularity of these tracks and Graham’s love of playing songs acoustically, that led to the formation of Heart Full of Songs, which features many of these songs, Bridge To Your Heart (from Graham’s time in Wax with the late Andrew Gold) and other compositions including film sound tracks and material from his acclaimed solo albums Animalympics, And Another Thing, Love And Work and Play Nicely And Share,.

Songs written or co-written by Graham Gouldman include:

Art For Art’s Sake  -  10cc

Bridge To You Heart  -  Wax

Bus Stop *  -  The Hollies

Dreadlock Holiday  -  10cc

East West *  -  Herman’s Hermits

Evil Hearted You *  -  The Yardbirds

For Your Love *    -  The Yardbirds

Good Morning Judge  -  10cc

Heart Full of Soul *  -  The Yardbirds

I Got You  -  McFly

I’m Mandy Fly Me  -  10cc

I’m Not In Love    -  10cc

Listen People *  -  Herman’s Hermits

Look Through Any Window   -  The Hollies

No Milk Today *    -  Herman’s Hermits

Pamela Pamela *    -  Wayne Fontana

Right Between Your Eyes   -  Wax

Rubber Bullets  -  10cc

Stalking A Fan  -  Kirsty McColl

Stronger    -  Gary Barlow

Tallyman *  -  Jeff Beck

The Wall Street Shuffle  -  10cc

The Way I'm Feeling Tonight  -  Paul Carrack

Things We Do For Love    -  10cc

* written solely by Graham Gouldman

Additional information:

  • I’m Not In Love (co-written by Graham) has been played over five million times on US radio.
  • YouTube videos of I’m Not In Love, both old and with the current 10cc band, have been viewed more that 30 million times overall.  
  • Things We Do For Love (co-written by Graham) has been played over 3.5 million times on US radio.
  • Dreadlock Holiday (co-written by Graham) is featured on the soundtrack of the 2010 film The Social Network, about the founding of Facebook.

·  I’m Not In Love was part of the soundtrack of the film Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.

  • Bus Stop (written by Graham for The Hollies) has been played over four million times on US radio, while For Your Love (a hit for the Yardbirds) has been played more than two million times on US radio.
  • Wax, featuring Graham and the late Andrew Gold, sold more than two million albums worldwide, helped by hit singles Bridge To Your Heart and Right Between The Eyes.
  • I’m Not In Love is a lead track on the 2015 blockbuster Disney film Guardians of the Galaxy, which grossed $635 million (£512m) in its first two months in US cinemas and resulted in a No 1 album.
  • 10cc has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.


the orb

UK Tour and new album on the way in 2020

‘Abolition of the Royal Familia’ released March 27th on Vinyl / CD / download / stream 

On March 27th Cooking Vinyl present ‘Abolition of the Royal Familia’ – the 17th album by prolific electronic godfather Alex Paterson and his rotating roster of collaborative cohorts. It forms part two of a pair – a continuation of the same “anything goes” ethos as the previous, critically-acclaimed longplayer ‘No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds’. 

This new offering marks the first with Paterson and Michael Rendall as main writing partners, with the new blood having risen-up-the-ranks from a member of The Orb’s touring band, to a studio engineer, and now graduated to half of the fully-fledged core duo. The pair also took over production duties from Youth, who corralled sessions for the last LP.

‘Abolition…’ features guest turns from Youth, Roger Eno, Steve Hillage and Miquette Giraudy (from Gong and System 7), On U-Sound’s David Harrow, Alex’s dog Ruby, a 17 year old trumpeter called Oli Cripps (who was working a Saturday job in Alex’s local record shop when the pair met), his cousin Leyton on whistle, real strings courtesy of Violetta, and a whole lot more (listed below).

With its provocative, mafia-alluding title, Hogarth/Chapman Brothers inspired cover by artist Pure Evil and a no-longer-present sample of Prince Charles (removed for litigious reasons), it’s clear that ‘Abolition..’ continues 

The Orb’s recent run of records which protest against the establishment, albeit in their own roundabout and idiosyncratic way.  

The album is in part inspired by and in retrospective protest of the royal family’s historical endorsement of the East India Company’s opium trade, which was hugely damaging to India and caused two wars with China in the 18th and 19th centuries. 

Humour, samples, deep ambience, cerebral throbbing dub, classic house, the white island, hip hop, psych and heartbreakingly beautiful contemporary composition are recognisably present, as is, perhaps less expectedly, a proudly pop element:

The journey commences in light mood with the breezy Balearica of ‘Daze’, followed by the cowbell heavy, rude bass powered ‘House of Narcotics’ – both of which feature Andy Cain (of  Mark Ernestus and Moritz Von Oswald’s house gems ‘I’m Your Brother’ and ‘A New Day’ fame). Incidentally, the House of Narcotics is apparently what other countries called our royal family, during the aforementioned opium years. 

Having met Steven Hawking at a lecture and later being told that the legendary cosmologist used to listen to The Orb, the pulsing  technotrance of ‘Hawk Kings’ is Paterson’s tribute, which he describes as “a monster of a tune, in a similar mood to ‘Assassin’ and ‘Toxygene’”. An embryonic version of ‘Honey Moonies’ went down a storm at Youth’s Space Mountain Festival in southern Spain, and with the finished article’s vintage deep sunrise house, it’s easy to see why.

An ironic juxtaposition (named as it is after a methamphetamine given to German soldiers in WW2), ‘Pervitin’ marks the first in a passage of epic ambient gems, which follows with the orchestral, WNBC radio referencing ‘Afros, Afghans and Angels’, and onto ‘Shape Shifters (in two parts)’, which segues from blue jazz beauty into pimped-out-funk-meets-dub.

Bass-heavy reggae vibes continue on the brass and melodica of ‘Say Cheese’ and onto the chugging, hip hop rubadub of ‘Ital Orb’. The warm happy glow of ‘Queen of Hearts’ nods to classic jungle and the ‘Weekend It Rained Forever’ is a 12-minute masterpiece of stunning ambient perfection. The album closes with ‘Slave Till U Die No Matter What U Buy’ – a cosmic overhaul of Jello Biafra’s ‘Stay In Your Home’.


Michael Rendall, Roger Eno, Youth, Steve Hillage, Miquette Giraudy, Nick Burton, Violeta Vicci, Gaudi, David Harrow, Roney FM, Sherman, Paul Conboy, Ollie Cripps, Andy Cain, cousin Leyton and Ruby the dog


‘Daze’ - Missing & Messed Up Mix

‘House of Narcotics’ - Opium Wars Mix

‘Hawk Kings’ - Oseberg Buddhas Buttonhole

‘Honey Moonies’ - Brain Washed at Area 49 Mix

‘Pervitin’ - Empire Culling & The Hemlock Stone Version

‘Afros, Afghans and Angels’ - Helgö Treasure Chest

‘Shape Shifters (in two parts)’ - Coffee & Ghost Train Mix

‘Say Cheese’ - Siberian Tiger Cookie Mix

‘Ital Orb’ - Too Blessed To Be Stressed Mix

‘The Queen of Hearts’ - Princess Of Clubs Mix

‘The Weekend it Rained Forever’ - Oseberg Buddha Mix (The Ravens Have Left The Tower)

'Slave Till U Die No Matter What U Buy’ - L’anse Aux Meadows Mix

Live dates:

·  Friday 22nd May: Leeds - Leeds Beckett student union, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)

·  Saturday 23rd May: Newcastle - Northumbria Institute, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)

·  Sunday 24th May: Glasgow - Barrowland Ballroom, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)

·  Wednesday 27th May: Birmingham - O2 Institute, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)

·  Thursday 28th May: Manchester - O2 Ritz, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)

·  Friday 29th May: London - All Points East 

·  Saturday 30th May: Bristol - SWX, with support from Mad Professor (live) and Don Letts (DJ)






The manfreds

Hits Jazz and Blues Tour UK tour 2020

The '60s group Manfred Mann is now considered, more than ever, one of the finest and most respected bands from that era. 

Their numerous hits were R&B based with an undercurrent of jazz - a very unusual but winning combination of playing style and substance. 

As a result, their records have a timeless quality and, some 55 years on, The Manfreds, with original front man, Paul Jones, will be performing many of their hits, including ‘Do Wah Diddy Diddy’, one of the most popular and instantly recognisable songs of the ‘60’s, and still the biggest audience pleaser at their concerts, along with a mix of Jazz and Blues covers and tracks from their individual solo albums.

Paul Jones, with his unique harmonica sound, will be joined by Mike Hugg on keyboards, Tom McGuinness on guitar, Rob Townsend on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass, and Simon Currie on saxophone/ flute. 

Full tour dates available at the link below:






the who

Leeds Arena - 25th March


March 16 – Manchester Arena
March 18– Dublin 3 Arena 
March 21 – Newcastle Utilita Arena
March 23 – Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
March 25 – Leeds First Direct Arena
March 30 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
April 1 – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
April 3 – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
April 6 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
April 8 – SSE Wembley Arena

The Who are one of the top three greatest rock legacies in music history has sold over 100 million records world including 9 US & 10 UK top ten albums and 14 UK top ten singles.

They have played over well over 2000 gigs in a career spanning over 50 years including venues such as Woodstock, Monterey Pop, Glastonbury (twice), Hyde Park (four times), The Isle Of Wight (three times), Desert Trip, Shea Stadium, The Superbowl half time show and Live Aid to name but a very few.

The band is in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, the UK Music Hall Of Fame and has lifetime achievement awards from The Brits and The Grammys and in 2008 were the first rock band ever to be awarded the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors.

Emerging in the mid-1960s as a new and incendiary force in rock n' roll, their brash style and poignant storytelling garnered them one of music's most passionate followings, with the legendary foursome blazing a searing new template for rock, punk, and everything after.

Inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall Of Fame in 1990, the band has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, placing 27 top-forty singles in the United States and United Kingdom and earning 17 Top Ten albums, including the 1969 groundbreaking rock opera Tommy, 1971's pummeling Live At Leeds, 1973's Quadrophenia and 1978's Who Are You.  The Who debuted in 1964 with a trio of anthems “I Can’t Explain,” “The Kids Are Alright” and “My Generation.” Since then they have delivered to the world hits such as “Baba O’Riley,” “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” “Pinball Wizard,” Who Are You,” and,” You Better You Bet.”

In 2008, they became the first rock band ever to be awarded the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors. The Who has performed all over the world including global music events for the Super Bowl XLIV Halftime Show in 2010 and closing the Summer Olympics in 2012. The Who continued their charity work by playing a concert in January 2011 to raise money for trials of a new cancer treatment called PDT. In December 2012 they performed at the Hurricane Sandy Benefit in New York.

Alongside his groundbreaking work with the Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK, in November 2012 Daltrey, with Townshend at his side, launched Teen Cancer America, $1 from each ticket sold for the 2019 MOVING ON! TOUR which each night features a full orchestra will benefit Teen Cancer America (

With both Roger and Pete delivering their own memoirs in recent years (Pete’s Who I Am was released to much acclaim in 2012, and Roger’s autobiography, Thanks A Lot Mr. Kibblewhite; My Story, was embraced by critics in 2018) it’s fitting that the two remaining WHO members have shared their incredible legacy in literary fashion, for few bands have have had a more lasting impact on the rock era and the reverberating pop culture than The Who. 



Upcoming UK tour & new album

It was officially announced last Friday that Morrissey’s 13th Solo Album and 2nd studio album for BMG Records, ‘I Am Not A Dog On A Chain’, is set to be released on March 20th, 2020. 

The album, produced by Grammy award winning producer Joe Chicarelli (BeckTori AmosThe StrokesThe Killers, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, etc), and recorded at Studio La Fabrique in Saint- Rémy de Provence, France, and Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California, also  saw it’s first single, ‘Bobby Don’t You Think They Know?’, featuring backing vocals by legendary R+B Icon Thelma Houston, released to great critical and fan response. 

In addition, Morrissey’s cover of Roy Orbison’s 60’s classic – ‘It’s Over’ enjoyed a #1 chart position on last week’s UK Vinyl Singles chart.The HMV exclusive is scheduled for wide release on January 24th.   

Now, as part of the next stage of Morrissey’s new album launch, two Morrissey UK arena concerts have been confirmed as well as dates in Cologne & Paris. The first UK date is at Leeds First Direct Arena on Friday, March 6th along with a second show set at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London on Saturday, March 14th. He also plays the Palladium Cologne on the 9thMarch and the Salle Pleyel in Paris on 11th March.

SJM Concerts will promote the dates. Ticket links and more show info can be found at www.gigsandtours.com, www.ticketmaster.co.uk or www.axs.com/uk.

Tickets to the shows will go on-sale to the public on Friday January 24th at 9am.  An exclusive pre-sale will take place starting on Tuesday, January 21st at 9am for those fans who have pre-ordered the ‘I Am Not A Dog On A Chain’ album in advance through Townsend Music.

Pre-order information here; https://morrissey.lnk.to/albumstorePR

These new tour dates follow the critically acclaimed performances of Morrissey’s recent U.S. Tour in Autumn of 2019 with special guests Interpol.The 30 date tour drew large crowds and received rave reviews across the country.  

This new limited run of shows, set to kick off the launch of the ‘I Am Not A Dog On A Chain’ album, promise to be not-to-be missed affairs if reaction to Morrissey’s 2019 U.S. dates is any indication.  Press who covered the U.S. Autumn tour raved about the powerful performances as some of Morrissey’s best ever, while continually commenting on the strength of his “ageless” vocals.  


“Imagine being hit by the world’s most beautiful fist. That’s what the night felt like. I don’t know if the blow came from the left. And I don’t know if the blow came from the right. But I do know I’ll be cherishing the black-and-blue for the rest of my life."

- Flaunt 10.28.19

"His pitch-perfect vocals filled the arena with ease and there wasn't an off note to be heard."-NBC San Diego 10.15.19

“In fine form and with an excellent voice, Morrissey dramatically captivated the crowd throughout the evening, whipping his microphone cord to punctuate movements and crooning dramatically when appropriate.”- Music Connection 10.11.19

“For nearly two hours Morrissey turned in a spirited performance that culled material from his solo albums, and several covers from this year’s California Son. Far from an aging rocker desperately trying to recapture the passion of his youthful performances, Steven Patrick Morrissey has actually improved. His voice has deepened and grown stronger with age.”   Riff Magazine 10.4.19

At age 60, Morrissey is the rare singer whose voice is actually getting better with age.”   - Dallas Morning News 9.18.19

"In fine form and excellent voice, Morrissey was every inch a performer, dramatically whipping his microphone cord to punctuate movements and crooning dramatically when appropriate. For a night of deeply intellectual and thoughtful pop music, Morrissey has no peer."-Parklife DC 9.06.19


ivory wave

UK Tour and new EP

Birmingham quintet Ivory Wave have today released a new video for latest single ‘Young Blood’, the closing track from their debut EP ‘Dream Nights’. ‘Young Blood’ was given its exclusive play this week on Radio X and is This Feeling’s Radio X TOTW. They play ‘This Feeling’s Big in 2020’ show this Saturday 11th January at Nambucca in London and have also been announced as main support for The Sherlocks on their UK Feb & March tour (full dates below).

Frontman George Johnson says; “This is a really special song for me, I wrote it when I was around 18 after a conversation I had with my nan who was ill at the time. We were talking about dreaming and she told me that when she dreamed she was still young and was able to do anything that she wanted to do. So the song stemmed from that, it’s a real celebration of life and a fitting tribute.”

Having already established a reputation as local heroes and recently releasing their debut EP ‘Dream Nights’ which Clash Magazine describe as “it's buoyed by a certain swagger, a rightly founded confidence in their abilities”, 2020 is looking very promising for Ivory Wave. 

Their exuberant, party-starting mix of swaggering indie attitude, dancefloor-filling beats and glistening synths inspires chaotic scenes wherever they go. Their songs speak of the experiences of youth across the country, but their gigs offer pure escapism with a sea of fans singing along as smoke-bombs amplify the hedonistic vibe.

Their debut EP makes an immediate statement of intent with opening track ‘The Middle’. Kicking off with rave-tinged synths, it builds into a towering beat-fuelled anthem which contrasts its life-affirming energy with a darker tale of living for the weekend. ‘Pale Moonlight’ is just as insistent, spinning an acid house-flavoured vocal loop as if Happy Mondays were born in Brexit Britain.  

Current single ‘Weigh Me Down’ is an instantly contagious and energectic Hacienda-inspired hit that showcases vocalist George Johnsons confrontational and distinctive sound. Ivory Wave’s previous single ‘Uptown’ raised the game for the band, earning them Track of the Week  on Radio X, plus further plays at BBC Introducing and Radio 1. They soon followed that by playing Birmingham’s most vital event of the summer, the all-star Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival. 

Track ‘Uptown’ is about growing tired of endlessly living for the weekend - you spend all week planning a big night out only to wake up with a hangover and an empty wallet. The video captures that routine of spending every Sunday in lazy recovery mode, the only benefit of which is epic FIFA sessions on the Xbox. In fact, the band have been embraced by the football community, with adds to the Official Premier League playlist and Soccer AM’s New Music playlist plus match day plays at West Brom. 

While Ivory Wave are natural party provocateurs, the EP’s closing track ‘Young Blood’ captures another side to them. It’s a slow-burner that gradually builds in intensity before it erupts into a wall-of-sound, with a final, rousing contribution from the Birmingham Community Gospel Choir accentuating the song’s feeling that better times are just around the corner.

‘Dream Nights’ was produced by Matt Terry (The Prodigy, You Me At Six) and recorded at VADA Studios, Warwickshire. It was mixed by the Grammy Award-winner Adrian Bushby (Foo Fighters, Muse, Everything Everything).

“Three years of work have been saturated down into 25 minutes of pure Ivory Wave,” says frontman George Johnson. “It’s time for people to pay attention - this is the best Birmingham has sounded for years”

Ivory Wave are five long-term friends in their early twenties who share an eclectic range of influences - from Oasis and The Stone Roses to Bowie, Sex Pistols and Human League. Based in a lock-up in Birmingham, their mission statement was to blend those influences into a modernist sound which would connect with their own generation.

The band - completed by Connor McMinn (guitar), Luke Morris (bass), Seb Baldwin (drums) and Rob Clarke (synths) - have developed a growing but devoted fanbase with a string of independently released tracks as well as gigs with the likes of the DMA’S and The Twang. It’s a grassroots approach which has further flourished through festivals including the Isle of Wight, Truck and Y Not.

Their UK dates supporting The Sherlocks are:


21st - O2 Academy, Sheffield 

23rd - O2 Institute 2, Birmingham 

25th - Rock City, Nottingham

26th - Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool

27th - O2 Academy, Leeds

28th - Boiler Shop, Newcastle Upon Tyne

29th - SWG3 / TV Studio, Glasgow

MARCH 2020

2nd - Electric Ballroom, London

3rd - Thekla, Bristol

5th - Concorde 2, Brighton

6th - Engine Rooms, Southampton

7th - Tramshed, Cardiff

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dub pistols

2020 - New album and tour



With a chaotic 2020 ahead, DUB PISTOLS today fire the starting gun with the announcement of an 11-date ‘ADDICT TOUR’.

Following a SOLD OUT European tour, plus extensive Summer festival and winter tours last year, the venerable electronic/dub icons are preparing to get stuck into a series of UK shows loaded with the promise of some new material too.

Plotting a string of dates across the nation, the Pistols will be tearing-up stages from the 28th February to 24th April 2020, with confirmed appearances in Milton Keynes, Norwich, Leeds, Bristol, Southend and beyond. Full dates and details are as follows:


28/02 -  MILTON KEYNES, The Craufurd Arms

06/03 - PORTSMOUTH, Wedgewood Rooms

07/03 - DOVER, The Booking Hall

20/03 - NORWICH, Epic Studios

21/03 - ALDERSHOT, West End Centre

27/03 - LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club

28/03 - DERBY, The Hairy Dog

03/04 - BRISTOL, The Fleece

04/04 - TORQUAY, The Foundry

17/04 - SOUTHEND, Chinnery’s

24/04 - TELFORD, Albert’s Shed

All upcoming dates and ticket availabilities can be found here:

Dubbed ‘the hardest working man in showbiz’ by music industry peers, Barry has worked in music all his adult life. An Ibiza original who had his life changed by acid house, he started running club-nights in London and had soon formed a band, Deja Vu, who arrived during the Flowered Up/Happy Mondays ‘baggy’ era. 

When Deja Vu split, Barry started DJing and the Dub Pistols formed out of some of these madcap DJ sessions. Releasing the first Dub Pistols album, ‘Point Blank’ in 1998, the last two decades have been a riot of storming shows, missed opportunities, big bad basslines, calamities and triumphs — with scarcely a dull moment in between.

Fast forward to 2020, and Barry Ashworth’s merry gang of outlaw reprobates are busier than ever and remain an unstoppable force in the UK’s alternative music scene. With a new album ‘Addict’ slated for release in the autumn (on Sunday Best), the premiere of a brand new band documentary and much more, 2020 promises to be off the chain for the Dub Pistols.

‘Addict’ — named after a soon-to-be-released new track ‘Addicted To The Bassline’ (featuring Cheshire Cat) - is the name of what we will soon know as the eighth Dub Pistols album. Already shaping up to be one of the year’s essential releases, the record promises a melting pot of dubwise sensibility, junglist riddims and feelgood party anthems.

Following directly-on from their Official UK Top 40 chart and UK Independent chart Top 5 album ‘Crazy Diamonds’, the Pistols’ upcoming LP will feature mic skills from 2-Tone heroine Rhoda Dakar, stalwart MC Navigator, long-term collaborator Lindy Layton, and foundation MCs the Ragga Twins, as well as permanent live vocalist of the past few years, Mr Seanie T. As Barry confidently confirms: “I think it’s the best album we’ve ever done”.

Whilst the record is guaranteed to be an electrifying, good-time listening experience as you might expect; it hasn’t arrived without its personal difficulties. During the recording process, the Dub Pistols tragically lost one of their most prominent members, Will Hensel. Whilst nothing will replace Will’s energy and influence, the album will aim to pay fitting tribute to the dearly departed Dub Pistol. “[Losing Will] was a real down-point” says Barry, “but we want to celebrate him in this album.”

Ahead of the new album, The Pistoleros will also premiere a music documentary that is set to put a spotlight on the band’s extraordinary career to date: ‘WCPGW?’. Standby for further details about the film’s release in due course.

Barry and crew are now preparing to debut their much anticipated new material at UK venues on their upcoming ‘Addict Tour’, before sizing-up a series major festival appearances across the globe such as Snowbombing (Austria), Tribal Gathering (Panama), Splore Festival (New Zealand), Electric Castle (Romania), plus UK stalwarts like Camp Bestival, Boomtown and more. 

And as if there wasn’t enough on their plates already, the band will also be hosting their own: Mucky Weekender festival at a “Secret Location” in Sussex on the 11th-12th September 2020. So-named after one of their most popular live tracks, the festival is returning for the second time after a roaring SOLD OUT success in 2019 and will boast a hand-picked bill of their favourite DJs and performers including: Justin Robertson, A-Skillz, Uncle Dugs, Jon Carter, Too Many T’s, Don Letts, Doorly and many more; alongside a headline performance from Dub Pistols themselves.

Speaking about putting-on the Mucky Weekender, Barry says:

“I’ve always wanted to do my own festival, having come from a promoting background...God-knows if I’m just being an idiot, but I’ve been to enough festivals in my time to know what makes a good festival. I’ve helped so many people with their festivals, so it seems only natural to do our own thing now as well.”

Full line up and details of the Mucky Weekender can be found here: https://mucky-weekender.co.uk

Every bit the riotous collision of drum & bass, hip-hop, ska, dub and punk they’ve always been, Dub Pistols continue to push the boundaries with every release they put to their name. With a reputation as one of the most consistently exhilarating live acts on the touring circuit, don’t miss Barry and the band launching the irrepressible material of their new album ‘Addict’ from this Spring onwards...





New album and tour






Manchester’s - THE SLOW READERS CLUB - have announced their fourth album, The Joy Of The Return, out on March 20th via Modern Sky UK. 

The band have also shared their new single, ‘All I Hear’, the first track to be taken from the album, alongside details of an extensive UK & EU tour starting in March. 

Opening to an energetic blend of driving drums and infectious guitar lines, the track builds through evocative verses and anthemic choruses, imbued with their idiosyncratic brand of insightful and confronting lyricism and set against relentlessly danceable and energy-provoking instrumentation, and premiered with Chris Hawkins on BBC 6Music. “‘All I Hear’ is about a lack of agency and an inability to affect change. That there’s something happening, and you have no choice but to go along with it,” explains singer Aaron Starkie. 

Throughout the album, the band explore a vast swathe of sonic territory, from the passionately delivered ‘All The Idols’, to the poppier tones of ‘Jericho’ that power through with bright indie guitar lines and ethereally melodic choruses.

Recorded at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool and produced by long-standing collaborator Phil Bulleyment, The Joy Of The Return marks a significant change in the band’s process, with their extensive touring allowing them time to write and develop tracks and arrangements through soundchecks and back-of-van jams. 

“I think it’s definitely our most interesting and accomplished record musically,” says singer Aaron Starkie. “Lyrically the album covers love, alienation, the rise of right wing populism and comments on algorithm driven propaganda. And as always, I try to deliver those lyrics with uplifting melody.”

The dark power-pop that defined their previous releases holds a strong influence, with the brooding ‘No Surprise’ providing a powerful dose of evocative lyricism amid immersive soundscapes, while the unsettling ‘Paris’ is an undulating exploration of observational songwriting and eclectic musicality. 

The swelling, arena-sized ‘Zero Hour’ displays the enormity of The Slow Readers Club sound and sets the precedent for their incredibly exciting future, while ‘The Wait’ closes the album with a beautifully absorptive combination of atmospheric synths flipping the pace of the record on its head to intoxicating effect. 

The announcement of the album comes on the back of another huge year for the band, which saw them play a mammoth, 32-date European tour, and a number of sold out UK shows including London’s The Dome and two consecutive nights at Manchester’s The Ritz following the release of their critically acclaimed third album, Build A Tower

The Slow Readers Club will embark on an extensive tour throughout the UK and EU in March, April and May, including shows in Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol and London’s Electric Ballroom. Full dates can be found below. 


23/03 – King George’s Hall, Blackburn

24/03 – The Sage 2, Gateshead

25/03 – The Liquid Room, Edinburgh

27/03 – O2 Academy, Liverpool 

28/03 – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham 

29/03 – The Globe, Cardiff

30/03 – Thekla, Bristol

01/04 – Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth 

02/04 – Concorde 2, Brighton 

03/04 – Electric Ballroom, London

04/04 – Rock City, Nottingham 

06/04 – Junction, Cambridge 

07/04 – Foundry, Sheffield 

08/04 – Beckett University, Leeds

09/04 – Pyramid & Parr Hall, Warrington 

13/04 – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam 

14/04 – Trix Hall, Antwerp 

16/04 – Luxor, Cologne 

17/04 – Poligamie Festival, Dresden 

19/04 – St. Pauli Rock Café, Hamburg 

20/04 – Vega, Copenhagen 

21/04 – Nalen, Stockholm 

22/04 – John Dee, Oslo 

24/04 – Musik & Freiden, Berlin

26/04 – Café V Lese, Prague 

27/04 – A38, Budapest 

29/04 – Culture Factory, Zagreb 

30/04 – Papiersaal, Zurich 

02/05 – Mare Culturale, Milan 

03/05 – Montluçon, Le Guingois 

05/05 – Supersonic, Paris 

Tickets are available here - theslowreadersclub.co.uk/live-dates

FOR MORE INFORMATION theslowreadersclub.co.uk