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Take The Dot to Dot 60 Second Tour

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PEACE
Dot to Dot
PEACE…

The early 90s; as rave culture reached its peak and Brit-pop conquered the world, Harrison Koisser, …

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Charlotte OC
Dot to Dot
Charlotte OC…

Charlotte OC's songwriting  is sophisticated and immediate, familiar and strange. She says she likes…

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Laura Welsh
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Laura Welsh…

Staffordshire-born Laura Welsh’s euphoric electro-pop has got music critics raving, and musicians cl…

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Saint Raymond
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Saint Raymond…

Following the release of his Young Blood EP, which peaked at 3 on iTunes, Saint Raymond has confirme…

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Terry Hall - Subculture DJ Sessions
Terry Hall - Subculture DJ…

February 2014 saw Specials front-man and iconic singer/songwriter, Terry Hall, present a weekly show…

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Bombay Bicycle Club Interview
Bombay Bicycle Club Interview…

North London indie outfit Bombay Bicycle Club have quietly become one of the most successful young B…

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Subculture talks to Hollie Cook
Subculture talks to Hollie Cook…

With the release of her new album 'Twice' imminent, we speak to Hollie Cook about reggae, punk, work…

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Pete McKee - Thud, Crackle, Pop
Pete McKee - Thud, Crackle, Pop…

“This is my homage to vinyl and the glory of the 12” sleeve, to those making a living out of vinyl, …

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Bombay Bicycle Club Interview

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Bombay Bicycle Club Interview

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North London indie outfit Bombay Bicycle Club have quietly become one of the most successful young British bands of their generation. They released their first album 'I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose' in 2008 and shortly afterwards won the NME New Band Award beating The XX and Mumford & Sons. With a plethora of nominations and awards humbly received, and past album sales reaching gold status, the band are one of the most talented yet reserved…

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Dot to Dot 2014 - About

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Dot to Dot 2014 - About

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Teeming with the best new music, and officially the ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ of 2013 as crowned by The UK Festival Awards, Dot to Dot Festival returns once again as the UK's premier festival for unearthing the hottest new talent around, alongside established acts from all over the globe. Now in its tenth year and touring Manchester (Fri 23rd May), Bristol (Sat 24th May) and Nottingham (Sun 25th May), Dot To Dot’s ever eclectic line-up is set for…

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Terry Hall - Subculture DJ Sessions

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Terry Hall - Subculture DJ Sessions

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February 2014 saw Specials front-man and iconic singer/songwriter, Terry Hall, present a weekly show on BBC Radio 6 Music, and this has inspired him to delve into his expansive and eclectic record collection for a series of DJ sessions at House Of Wolf, a multi-sensory pleasure palace set in one of London's earliest listed music halls, in Upper Street, Islington.  In true Terry style he wants to keep it understated and off the beaten track. The sessions…

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Vicky McClure & Jonny Owen Playlist

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Vicky McClure & Jonny Owen Playlist

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There has been a huge amount of hype around the recent release of new film Svengali, which follows the story of Dixie (Jonny Owen) and his girlfriend Shell (Vicky McClure) who leave their small Welsh hometown and move to London to fulfil Dixie's dream of managing a band that will one day stand shoulder to shoulder in the rock hall of fame with the likes of The Stone Roses and The Sex Pistols. The film started life as a cult online series on YouTube,…

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Subculture talks to Hollie Cook

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Subculture talks to Hollie Cook

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With the release of her new album 'Twice' imminent, we speak to Hollie Cook about reggae, punk, working with Prince Fatty, supporting Ziggy Marley, having a Sex Pistol for your dad and more. For anyone who hasn’t heard your music yet, how would you describe your sound? I normally go for something along the lines of tropical, psychedelic, disco, lovers’ soul. Tell us about your new album, ‘Twice’. It’s my second album, it’s kind of different…

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Subculture talks to The Computers' Alex Kershaw

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Subculture talks to The Computers' Alex Kershaw

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Currently enjoying great success with their album 'Love Triangles Hate Squares', clever 'Elvis vs Elvis EP', and with a Record Store Day Limited Edition,"Live and Inconsolable" live album (due for 19th April), Exeter five-piece, The Computers, embody more British subculture than most bands on the current scene. On top of this, they are some of the sharpest dressers around. With this in mind we took the chance to ask front-man Alex Kershaw a few questions…

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Jonny Owen & Vicky McClure talk about music

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Jonny Owen & Vicky McClure talk about music

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With the upcoming cinema release of new British film, Svengali, we talk to the film's stars, Jonny Owen (also the film's writer) and Vicky McClure about their love of music and more. "...I wish I'd written God Save The Queen by The Sex Pistols... that's a fantastic song. That's the song I first heard as a kid that really really excited me..." Find out about Jonny and Vicky's musical passions in the second part of our interview in which they discuss…

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Archie Bronson Outfit
Archie Bronson Outfit

Archie Bronson Outfit

Rock n Roll
United Kingdom

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The 45s

The 45s

Rock n Roll
United Kingdom

The 45s

Rock n Roll
United Kingdom

The 45s were formed in Carlisle in the spring of 2012 when fifteen year old school friends James Green (Vocals/Harmonica), Joe Wyatt (Bass/Vocals) & Bailey Claringbold (Drums) met a new student named Tom Hamilton (Guitar/Vocals). Tom began to share his passion for the Blues and British R & B, and that was the beginning…

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The Specials - 2014 UK Tour

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The Specials - 2014 UK Tour

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News that will delight fans young and old! Icons of British music, The Specials, have announced UK tour dates for 2014, beginning with gigs in Dublin, Belfast and Glasgow, before stopping off at venues across England, including two nights at London's prestigious Roundhouse, where surprisingly the band have never played before, despite having filmed the promo video for 'A Message To You Rudy' there back in 1979. Needing little introduction in these…

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Jimi Goodwin

Jimi Goodwin

Folk/Singer-Songwriter
United Kingdom

Jimi Goodwin

Folk/Singer-Songwriter
United Kingdom

After four hugely acclaimed, much loved albums with Doves (two No.1s, two Platinum, two Gold, two Mercury nominations) followed by the career-spanning Best of compilation, Jimi Goodwin is releasing his first solo album.

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The Wytches

The Wytches

Rock n Roll
United Kingdom

The Wytches

Rock n Roll
United Kingdom

Formed in Brighton in 2011, The Wytches comprises Kristian Bell (vocals, guitar), Dan Rumsey (bass, vocals) and Gianni Honey (drums). 

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My Sad Captains
My Sad Captains

My Sad Captains

Pop
United Kingdom

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Amazing Snakeheads

Amazing Snakeheads

Punk
United Kingdom

Amazing Snakeheads

Punk
United Kingdom

Hailing from Glasgow, The Amazing Snakeheads - Dale Barclay, William Coombe & Jordan Hutchison - look like they sound. The poise is part bike gang, part all-seasons barfly; all pomade, shades, denim, leather and signet rings. 

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Modstock 2014

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Modstock 2014

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50 years ago, the Mod movement was born. A British Youth Subculture concerned with specific music, fashions, art and designs, the movement focused on looking forward with a clean living, modern mentality. 1964 saw the formation of The Who and The Kinks, soon followed by Small Faces and Love Affair. At the same time, Mods flocked to the seaside towns such as Margate and Brighton, to engage in scooter runs, visit clubs, and join in scrapes such as…

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Clean Bandit - New single & exclusive live video

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Clean Bandit - New single & exclusive live video

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Clean Bandit released their latest single, 'Rather Be' feat. Jess Glynne, last week! Now boasting over 3.3 million views on YouTube with its super stylish Anglo/Japanese video, the single has shot to number 1 in the Official UK Chart, knocking Pharrell Williams' 'Happy' off the top spot! The band's stunning live performance of 'Rather Be' was also one of the stand out moments of Clean Bandit's set at Sub Sonic Live on December 20 last year. Watch…

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The Moons - Heart and Soul

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The Moons - Heart and Soul

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‘…The Devil makes work for idle hands; your time is wasted searching for the man…’ THE MOONS ‘Heart and Soul’ is released 31stMarch via Schnitzel Record, the brand new single from British band The Moons and taken from band’s new long player ‘Mindwaves’ released 21st july. Evoking the flamboyance of 70’s era glam rock, ‘Heart and Soul’ tips its hat to the heroes of that period from Bolan and Bowie to Mott the Hoople and Sweet. Yet, this is unquestionably…

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Catfish & The Bottlemen Interview

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Catfish & The Bottlemen Interview

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Catfish And The Bottlemen's new single "Kathleen" is out April 14th on Communion/Island Records, and it's certainly worth a listen! Listed as Track of the Day on Radio One, have a listen/watch the lyric video below. A big fan of the band here at Subculture, Catfish and the Bottlemen were included in the best new Britrock music This Feeling Playlist, and frontman Van has now answered the below questions for Fred Perry Subculture.  When did you…

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Win a Signed Bombay Bicycle Club Album!

Win a Signed Bombay Bicycle Club Album!

Win a Signed Bombay Bicycle Club Album!

North London indie outfit Bombay Bicycle Club's fourth album in five years is 'So Long, See You Tomorrow', and is out now on Universal. For your chance to win one of five signed copies of this superb ...
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Pete McKee - Thud, Crackle, Pop

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Pete McKee - Thud, Crackle, Pop

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“This is my homage to vinyl and the glory of the 12” sleeve, to those making a living out of vinyl, those DJs and record shop owners who dedicate their lives to the black stuff and to us who buy and cherish it.”  Sheffield artist Pete Mckee has announced plans of an upcoming pop-up exhibition in London, celebrating all things vinyl. On the inspiration for the new body of work, Pete McKee said: “It's a celebration of all things vinyl. While music…

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