Enter Shikari release new remix album today


Out today via Ambush Reality/Play It Again Sam, Enter Shikari immortalise their January Top Ten album The Mindsweep with the release of The Mindsweep: Hospitalised, a collaborative remix between Enter Shikari and London-based Hospital Records, who since 1996 have become one of the world’s foremost labels in drum & bass.

Re-imagined by some of the most respected and cutting edge artists working in d’n’b today; the album includes the likes of Metrik, S.P.Y, Danny Byrd, London Elektricity (a coup in itself, with L.E’s take on ‘Dear Future Historians’ being their first remix in nearly three years), Keeno and more. Check out the video for Reso’s remix of ‘Anaesthetist’ below and order a copy of the album here: www.entershikari.com/store/.

The band have also recently announced their first ever UK Arena tour. February 2016 sees them hitting seven large venues across the country, finishing up at London’s 10k capacity Alexandra Palace. Outspoken U.S pop-punk quintet The Wonder Years join them as special guests. Order tickets here: www.entershikari.com/shows/.

18th – GLASGOW – O2 Academy
19th – EDINBURGH – Corn Exchange
20th – NOTTINGHAM – Capital FM Arena
22nd – BOURNEMOUTH – International Center
23rd – CARDIFF – Motorpoint Arena
25th – MANCHESTER – Victoria Warehouse
27th – LONDON – Alexandra Palace

Sleaford Mods release new video for Silly Me

With a sold out tour behind them now in the UK and Europe, Notts duo Sleaford Mods are signing off for a bit and have released a new video for new Silly Me put together by Simon Parfrement.

HECK share new video ‘The Breakers’


Fresh form London’s Warped Tour this weekend HECK have released their first video under their new name since leaving Baby Godzilla in rock’s history books for ‘The Breakers’, and it’s savage.

Check it out below, over at Kerrang! and catch HECK on tour through the UK this October and November on the following dates.

31st Bristol, Exchange

1st Bournemouth, The Anvil
2nd Plymouth, The Junction
3rd Cardiff, The Globe
4th Stoke, Underground
5th Glasgow, Audio
6th Carlisle, The Brickyard
7th Huddersfield, The Parish
8th Leeds, Key Club
10th Birmingham, Cellar
11th St Albans, The Horn
12th Derby, The Venue
13th Leicester, Soundhouse
14th Burnley, Sanctuary Rock Bar
28th London, The Black Heart, w/ Bury Tomorrow (Dr. Martens’ Stand For Something Tour)

Radkey debut new video with The Guardian


Five stop-motion animators, 435 bars of clay and two bottles of factor 50 suncream. It took ten weeks of seriously hard work from Blinkink to complete Radkey’s incredible new two minute Claymation video for ‘Glore’.

Directed by Nicos Livesey for Channel 4’s revised Random Acts strand, this psychedelic, mind-bending, face-melting visual trip will be coming to our TV screens soon, morphing the world of what Radkey love and hate. It’s made up of a combination of influences, from Celebrity Death Match, Jackass to Beavis and Butthead, with Radkey’s unique, 100mph raging hardcore as the soundtrack.

‘Glore’ is a track which will make you “wanna run around drinking beer and throwing up Haribo” according to Livesey, so he thought he’d better visualise that feeling for the video… and oh man does it have that vibe!

Check out the video premièring on The Guardian and catch them on tour through the UK on the dates below.

26 Brighton, Green Door Store
27 Bristol, Exchange
28 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
29 Sheffield, Leadmill
30 Nottingham, Bodega
31 Manchester, Sound Control (basement)

2 Glasgow, King Tuts
3 Newcastle, Academy 2
4 Leeds, Key Club
5 London, The Dome

Evil Blizzard premiere new video with the Quietus

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Having sold out the first pressing of their new album Everybody Come To Church in under two hours on its day of release last week, mysterious nightmare psych voyagers Evil Blizzard have revealed the music video to match their new single ‘Stupid People’, taken from the album, out now on Louder Than War Records.

Premiered by the Quietus, the video see’s the band displaying their acting prowess in HD night vision in “something akin to the Banana Splits meets Crimewatch”. Watch here and catch them on tour on the dates below.

Tour Dates

15th The Donkey Bar, Leicester
17th Bumper, Liverpool
24th Georgian Theatre, Stockton
30th The Hairy Dog, Derby
31st Blitz, Preston (Halloween album launch)

11th Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
27th Wagon & Horses, Birmingham
28th The Barfly, Camden w/ Bad Guys

19th The Academy, Manchester

Sudakistan to release new album Caballo Negro


We welcome Stockholm based psych band Sudakistan to our press roster this week. A five piece rhythm machine that will rock your ears off, made up of Swedish and South American men who have a serious love of psychedelia and latino beats.

Their new album Caballo Negro will be released on November 20th via PNKSLM Records, have a taste of their latest track premiering on DIY today who say “it’s a marvellous racket”.

The track ‘Rabia (below), also taken from the the album premiered on Noisey in September. It’s an incredible record, discover it.

Introducing: IDLES


We are stoked to welcome Bristol’s IDLES to the roster today. Premièring as The Line Of Best Fit‘s Song Of The Day, IDLES detail their MEAT EP for an October 30th release with a preview of their Monks indebted ‘The Idles Chant’ video.

After taking a hiatus from the live scene since the success of their debut EP, Welcome, the band aptly describe how they took the time out to perfect their writing process and, “bleed out a shit tonne of songs that we’re truly proud of.” The result is four tracks of tight, unapologetic, primitive post-punk that pummels hard and strikes to the throat.

The UK bags check out links: www.ukluckbags.co.uk, www.louisvuittonuks.org.uk

Check out ‘The Idles Chant’ on Best Fit here.

October live dates:

4 – London, Shacklewell Arms (Fluffer Fest)
14 – Bristol, Louisiana (EP release show)
28 – London, Old Blue Last (EP release show

PROM debut new video with DIY


London’s PROM debut their brand new music video with DIY today ahead of AA-side single release ‘Touch Me’ / ‘I’ll Teach You’, due October 23rd.

PROM make music that exists in haunted houses, dystopian universes and torture chambers. There’s a deadly fire within their new single ‘Touch Me’, which takes the amped-up staples of the London group’s early singles and goes skywards.

Watch ‘Touch Me’ here.

Pre-order the single here and be sure to catch them live on October 6th with Girl Band at The 100 Club and at the dates below.

6th 100 Club, London (w/ Girl Band)

3rd Patterns, Brighton (w/ Girl Band)
4th Soup Kitchen, Manchester (w/ Girl Band)
5th Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds (w/ Girl Band)

Demob Happy release debut album

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Brighton’s Demob Happy release their 12-track behemoth of a debut album, Dream Soda, today via SO Recordings.

Following NME.com’s album pre-stream this week the album received 4/5 *’s in today’s magazine, bagged a four page spread in the new DIY issue who also award a 4/5* album review, an 8/10 review from Classic Rock, NME’s Radar Band of the Week, 4/5*’s from Upset Magazine and more.

Buy the album here and catch them on tour in the UK through December below.

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UK Live Dates
2nd – Brighton (Secret location album release show. Text: 07582987866 for details.)

11th – Electric Ballroom (w/ The Districts)
21st – Corporation, Sheffield (Dr Martens’ Stand for something Tour w/ The Wytches)

December (headline UK tour)
2nd – Bodega, Nottingham
3rd – Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds
4th – Gullivers, Manchester
5th – Broadcast, Glasgow
7th – Start The Bus, Bristol
8th – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
9th – 100 Club, London
11th – The Haunt, Brighton

Introducing Chastity

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Stoked to announce that Canadian garage punks Chastity have joined our press roster. DIY premiered their latest single Saliva that will be available on cassette via Hand Drawn Dracula on November 13th who nailed it in one:

“A gigantic burst of noise worthy of instant attention. This is like driving a ten-tonne truck into a block of scrap metal”

Having played alongside No Joy, Nai Harvest and Priests, Chastity will make their first trip overseas play Brighton’s Mutations Festival, alongside Lightning Bolt, METZ and Ought, taking place 28th – 29th November. Get on it.

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