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About Subculture

Subculture is Fred Perry's music initiative engaging not only new talent from around the world, but also heritage artists that have a long standing relationship with the brand. Fred Perry has had an enduring relationship with music and subcultures throughout modern British history.

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iC1s
Sub-Sonic
iC1s…

iC1s are a five piece from Harrow, London, who recently released their debut mini album In T…

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Pix
Sub-Sonic
Pix…

Pix is 19 year-old Hannah Rodgers, a young songwriter from the rural climes of Chipstead, just beyon…

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Le Difference
Sub-Sonic
Le Difference…

Le Diference are a Mexican band formed in April 2009. They define their sound as "a violent storm th…

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Eyedress
Sub-Sonic
Eyedress…

23-year-old Idris Vicuña's aka EYEDRESS, hails from Quezon City, Manila, in the Philippines. He was …

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New Street Adventure
Sub-Sonic
New Street Adventure…

With influences including Curtis Mayfield, Bobby Womack, Smokey Robinson in the indie rock era, Lond…

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The Fall & Pins Gig Review

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The Fall & Pins Gig Review

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On 27th November, Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live hosted one of the best gigs so far, with seminal post-punk band The Fall and all-girl four piece fellow Manchester band PINS taking to the stage.  The Fall, fronted by iconic lyricist Mark E. Smith, signed to Cherry Red Records, are a prolific group, and released their 30th album Re-Mit last year. Against the backdrop 'Dedication Not Medication', The Fall opened with 'Amorator!' from The Remainderer…

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Ones to Watch 2015

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Ones to Watch 2015

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2015 seems to be the year where subcultures will cross over more and more. As influences from Punk, Mod, Goth, Ska, 2-Tone and Hip Hop collide, the most exciting artists are those who embrace this, taking the best essence of each and putting their own imprint upon the creative process. Here at Fred Perry Subculture we have picked a few of such exciting artists, as Ones to Watch 2015... JuceStarting off the list are our hottest tip; Juce. Composed…

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The Specials tour & previously unseen footage of Terry Hall and Friends

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The Specials tour & previously unseen footage of Terry Hall and Friends

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The Specials are back on tour, with many UK dates having already sold out months ago. These include the band's first ever gigs at London's prestigious Roundhouse and the special 'FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING' gig at Troxy with very specials guests Graham Coxon and DJ Don Letts. See end of post for dates and ticket links. Click here to enter our competition to win a pair of tickets to the Troxy show on 21st November. And, if you need an appetiser,…

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The Fall - November 2014

The Fall - November 2014

Punk
United Kingdom

The Fall - November 2014

Punk
United Kingdom

The Fall - The Garage, London, November 27th, 2014 -  Sub-Sonic Live celebrates one of the most influential underground British bands of the last four decades, The Fall. Headed by the truly inimitable Mark E. Smith, the favourite band of legendary radio DJ John Peel, and the template for a generation of artists determined not to conform to establishment…

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Saint Agnes Video Premiere!

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Saint Agnes Video Premiere!

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Featured in our Ones to Watch 2015 blog, London based psych-blues quartet Saint Agnes are back with a brand new video for ‘A Beautiful Day For Murder’, the exclusive premiere for which is below. Heavy blues meets scuzzy rock n roll with beautiful vocal harmonies, released by Energy Snake Records (ex Vuvuvultures). As well as the video premiere, members Jon and Kitty answered a few questions below: How did you meet and decide to make music together? Jon:…

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John Carpenter's Lost Themes

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John Carpenter's Lost Themes

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News of what promises to be a unique release for early 2015. Film director, John Carpenter, creator of such modern classics of popular cinema as Halloween (and its sequels), The Fog, They Live and Escape From New York, is to release an album of original compositions via acclaimed independent label Sacred Bones (release date 3rd February 2015). The first track to emerge from the album is the excellent 'Vortex' which you can listen to below, or via…

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10 Reissues & Rereleases You’ll Want To Own

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10 Reissues & Rereleases You’ll Want To Own

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With the internet currently clogged with ascending end of year lists of 2014 releases, we decided to take a different approach and make a list of some of the rereleased music that had caught our attention this year, in no particular order. Click on the title of each release to find out more about where to get it. Obviously it's near impossible to make a list like this comprehensive and exhaustive, but let us know if you think there's a crucial rerelease…

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Pulled Apart By Horses - Merry Christmas Everyone

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Pulled Apart By Horses - Merry Christmas Everyone

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Does your granny always tell you that the old ones are the best? We're very pro-Slade here at Fred Perry Subculture. Besides their festive banger, Slade are one of the best recorded examples of what was happening within subcultures in the UK's Midlands in the late 60s and early 70s, with the band adopting a suedehead look before developing their familiar sideburns and fringes. Noel Gallagher famously stated that Slade's 'How Does It Feel' is "one…

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Bosco Rogers - debut 'Googoo EP'

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Bosco Rogers - debut 'Googoo EP'

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Describing themselves as flower punk ruffians, Bosco Rogers are Barthélémy Corbelet and Delphinius Vargas. Their debut 'Googoo EP' is out now and the first track to be made public is the instantly catchy 'The Middle' which, with its casual mixture of Psych, 60s anglo-french pop vibes and proto-punk muscle, is sure to strike a chord with readers here. Check out the flower powered video below, being sure to watch to the end for some delightfully fuzzy…

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Susanne Sundfør

Susanne Sundfør

Pop
United Kingdom

Susanne Sundfør

Pop
United Kingdom

Norwegian songstress Susanne Sundfør makes emotive, 80s-influenced synthpop. With luscious vocal stylings not too dissimilar to Kate Bush, Susanne Sundfor has previously provided vocal for M83's 'Oblivion', as well as for fellow Norwegian outfit Röyksopp. 

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Introducing - Deafkid

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Introducing - Deafkid

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Before forming their experimental electronic outfit, Deafkid, Christopher Lockington and Florian Sauvaire worked with experimental hip hop artist, Ghostpoet, on his Mercury Prize nominated album 'Peanut Butter Blues And Melancholy Jam', and were also the live band for subsequent Ghostpoet tours from 2009-2012. The latest release from the duo is the 'Dialects EP' with its lead track 'Rosary'. Watch the video for the ghostly romantic track below. A…

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Skinny Girl Diet

Skinny Girl Diet

Punk
United Kingdom

Skinny Girl Diet

Punk
United Kingdom

Grrrl-punk Londoners Skinny Girl Diet formed in 2011, and consist of Delilah Holliday (Guitar and Vocals), Amelia Cutler (Bass and Vocals), Ursula Holliday (Drums and Vocals). 

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Charlatans 2015 Tour & Album

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Charlatans 2015 Tour & Album

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The Charlatans are back with a new album on the horizon.   Their 12th studio album Modern Nature is set for release on January 26, and follows on from a well-received ltd edition 7" Talking in Tones through The Quietus Phonographic Company, which also went straight on the 6Music A playlist and sold out within hours. The band also recently unveiled another track from forthcoming Modern Nature - 'So Oh', a feel-good, dream-like summery track featuring…

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Nina - My Mistake Premiere

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Nina - My Mistake Premiere

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Meet Berlin-born NINA. She has just finished her tour with Erasure which was extremely well received in the US, and has now unveiled the video for 'My Mistake', exclusively premiered on Fred Perry Subculture. 'My Mistake' is a synthtastic electro-pop tune, invoking memories of the cult film Drive, and reminding us of Ellie Goulding, Little Boots and Indiana. The track grabs you with its heavy and dark pulsating rhythm which builds up to an euphoric…

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Earth - rare UK dates & collaboration with The Bug

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Earth - rare UK dates & collaboration with The Bug

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Melting the boundaries of their chosen subculture, Dylan Carlson and Earth released their 2014 album 'Primitive and Deadly' in September, taking their engrossing and immersive breed of Drone Metal to a vast new expanse of sonic originality and astronomical scale. Engulfing elements of Psych and Americana within their metal mass, Earth make use of vocal contributions from Rabia Shaheen Qazi and Mark Lanegan on the album, alongside the band's considerable…

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Desperate Journalist
Desperate Journalist

Desperate Journalist

Post-Punk/New Wave
United Kingdom

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PINS Playlist

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PINS Playlist

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Manchester all-female four-piece PINS released acclaimed debut album Girls Like Us last year, and have since been taking their unique blend of dark pop, post punk, fuzzed up garage sound and alluringly abrasive chant-like vocals on a series of tours, playing with the likes of Dum Dum Girls, Sleigh Bells and Warpaint.  The band recently opened for The Fall, at Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live, which prooved to be be an exceptional show! Watch the Manchesterettes…

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Underworld - 'dubnobasswithmyheadman' Documentary

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Underworld - 'dubnobasswithmyheadman' Documentary

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In 1994, 1995 and 1996 it was difficult to go to a club, festival or cinema in the UK, without in some way being exposed to Underworld's music. Although the period is often associated with the bands of the 'Britpop' movement, Underworld, along with some other electronic dance outfits such as Chemical Brothers and Orbital, became as much a part of the scene as bands like Blur, Pulp and Oasis. The release of 'dubnobasswithmyheadman' with its tracks…

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ZIBRA

ZIBRA

United Kingdom

ZIBRA

United Kingdom

ZIBRA love obsolete equipment and building synthesisers from scratch. ZIBRA are the sound of a VHS tape chewed up in an electrical system. They make their own music videos or rally in their friends at the camcorder-obsessed production team Youth Hymns.

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The Wharves

The Wharves

United Kingdom

The Wharves

United Kingdom

The Wharves combine gracefully minimal psyche-rock with fuzzed out folk. Their songwriting remains consistently rich throughout At Bay largely due to the startling harmonies of Gemma Fleet (bass) and Dearbhla Minogue (guitar) bonding each of the albums 13 tracks. The glorious production courtesy of Rory Attwell (The Vaccines, Mazes, Veronica Falls)…

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