Published 9 April 2014 by DM
Melt Yourself Down will be gracing this year’s Record Store Day with the explosive Live At The New Empowering Church LP. Recorded late last year at their sold out London show, it is a ragged and raw document of the band at their frenzied best. “The house band from hell,” live in the house of God.
We are unleashing just nine hundred precious copies on the world. It comes housed in a new day-glo variant of the already iconic MYD artwork and packaged with a download code. To get your hands on one, visit your friendly local independent record store on Saturday April 19.
Here is a newly uploaded video of the band live from Trans Musicales last year to whet your appetite.
Polar Bear on the radio
Published 14 April 2014 by DM
Following on from their triumphant UK tour, there are two Polar Bear radio appearances coming up this week. Their masterful set at XOYO in London was recorded for Jazz On 3. You can listen to it this evening on BBC Radio 3 from 11pm and you will be able to stream it from here for a week after.
Tomorrow evening Jamie Cullum will be airing a specially recorded session from Maida Vale. His show goes out at 7pm on BBC Radio 2 and it will be available to stream here from Wednesday. Polar Bear you are really spoiling us.
Third Rail has recently been added to their list of summer festival dates:
Roll The Dice - Until Silence
Published 29 April 2014 by DM
Roll The Dice return in June with their monumental new album Until Silence, a formidable follow up to 2011’s In Dust. Built on their characteristic haunted electronics and piano, Peder Mannerfelt and Malcolm Pardon have enlisted a 26-piece string section to create a moving widescreen epic. There is light and shade, man in conflict, hope and despair.
Enter the world of Until Silence with this chilling trailer.
View on Vimeo.
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