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  • Field Day Official Parties

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  • Root of It All: No Joy

    No Joy is Montreal’s finest shoegaze, noisepop band. Since the formation in late 2009, the band hasn’t kept quiet. They released three records, of which the latest was released last year via Mexican Summer Records. They played festivals as SXSW and Barcelona’s Primavera Sound, and played with bands in the likes of Vivian Girls, Best Coast […]

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  • Root Of It All: Seth Bogart


    SETH BOGART’S latest solo release seems like an amalgamation of all previous works that had come before it. The former Hunx and His Punks, Gravy Train!!! and Panty Raid man’s penchant for the eccentric is amplified in both a visual and audio sense. From the garish pink PVC suit and instillation above, to the cartoonish dream like autotune splattered […]

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  • Doomsquad Recommends


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  • The Alternative Escape Showcase: Juan Wauters, Globelamp, Diet Cig, Mothers and More


    Bad Vibrations and Lanzarote are proud to present a FREE ENTRY Alternative Great Escape Showcase hosted by BBC Introducing’s Sophie Little on SATURDAY 21 MAY at The Joker in Brighton. Headlining will be Uruguayan born, New York native, JUAN WAUTERS. Signed to the ever brilliant Captured Tracks, the South American’s off-kilter-folk comes to Brighton. New York Pop-punk duo DIET […]

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  • Teen Creeps Weekender at The Lock Tavern


    The Lock Tavern is prepared to saturate you with mass amounts of indie rock courtesy of Teen Creeps. They’ll be serving the genre in all its forms: from the easy going and irreverent rock of headliners Mozes & The Firstborn, to the jangly, Smiths-era stuff of Swerve, to the dark punk of USA Nails, all your needs will […]

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