London Jazz Festival news: Butcher Brown premiered their new track ‘Lysol’ with Clash Magazine, featuring “…

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Butcher Brown premiered their new track ‘Lysol’ with Clash Magazine, featuring “funky backdrops against interweaving textures and daring harmonic dissonance”. The band will be joining BIGYUKI and Rohey at Rich Mix London on Sat 18 Nov for a night of fresh soul and electronic funk.

Clash Magazine: http://ow.ly/QsEB30gdWSN

Tickets + more info: http://ow.ly/crv030gdWIK

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๐ŸŒฑ It's already been a great year of new music, with Ezra Furman, Yo La Tengo and Hookworms just a few of our End Of The Road Festival 2018 acts who've put out stellar albums.

๐ŸŒฑ What are your favourite releases (EOTR-acts or otherwise) of the year so far?
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๐ŸŒฑ Its already been a great year of new music, with Ezra Furman, Yo La Tengo and Hookworms just a few of our End Of The Road Festival 2018 acts whove put out stellar albums.

๐ŸŒฑ What are your favourite releases (EOTR-acts or otherwise) of the year so far?

 

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Screaming Females - All at once is a brilliant album Iโ€™ve been listening to loads.

Public Access Tv - Street Safari and Cut Worms - Hollow Ground ๐Ÿ‘Œ

amen dunes, ought, hookworms, parquet courts, pusha t, skee mask, daniel avery, st vincent, snail mail, u.s. girls, death grips, fatamouta diawara and nils frahm!

Hookworms - Microshift is currently top of my revision rankings

Boy Azooga & Gruff Rhys

Snail Mail, Loma, Khruangbin, Forth Wanderers, Father John Misty, Hookworms, Shame, Lucy Dacus, Daniel Avery, Anna Von Hausswolff, Suuns

IDLES. Best album of 2018. And it's not even out yet.

Middle Kids record was great. Also Lucy Dacus . Many more but too tired to think right now.... ๐Ÿ™‚

SCB - Caibu Surgeon - Luminosity Device Blawan - Wet Will Always Dry

Melodyโ€™s echo chamber- bon voyage Superorganism - superorganism Artificial pleasure - the bitter end Going to check out some of the others listed though

Not there this year, but Father John Mistyโ€™s new album is a grower

Shame, Snail Mail, Khruangbin and Amen Dunes โค

EOTR: Jonathan Wilson, Boy Azooga, Cut Worms, Gruff Rhys. Non-EOTR: Dawes, Decemberists, Eels, Lo Moon, Ian McNabb, Charles Watson, Father John Misty, Okkervil River. It has indeed been a fabulous year so far....with Christine and the Queens, Israel Nash, Aaron Lee Tasjan, John Grant, Tom Baxter, Electric Soft Parade, St Paul and the Broken Bones......and HOPEFULLY Plastic Mermaids... still to come!

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๐ŸŒฑ As of today we're just 50 days away from End Of The Road Festival 2018! That means just 50 days away from a weekend of incredible bands, food and beer. Oh, and innumerable regrettable selfies at the Silent Disco.

๐ŸŒฑ Tickets on sale now at bit.ly/EOTR2018

๐Ÿ“ธ Sonny Malhotra Photography
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๐ŸŒฑ As of today were just 50 days away from End Of The Road Festival 2018! That means just 50 days away from a weekend of incredible bands, food and beer. Oh, and innumerable regrettable selfies at the Silent Disco.

๐ŸŒฑ Tickets on sale now at bit.ly/EOTR2018

๐Ÿ“ธ Sonny Malhotra Photography

 

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Still time to book Steve Davis and Kavus Torabi ๐Ÿ˜‰

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