Hannah’s Yard are named after a studio called The Yard andthe lead singer of the collective, Hannah Layton Turner. Also part of the band are Barnaby Pinny, Duet/Backing Vocals, James Reader, piano/keyboards additional programming, Pete Callard, guitars/mandolin/banjo, Michael Curtis Ruiz, double bass and Jim Fleeman, drums
In the year or so since being discovered by BBC Introducing, Hannah’s Yard have released a series of singles and have now released their debut album called 'Beginnings'
Timeless Tour 2017
In his 70th year, singer/songwriter Gordon Haskell returns to the UK. The writer of 'How Wonderful You Are' - BBC Radio R2’s most requested song - from his hit album Harry's Bar, has teamed up with Hannah's Yard for a warm and intimate evening of music featuring the full band. The band will open the Timeless Tour, performing songs from the album together with an eclectic mix of covers.
2 June Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
15 June Alban Arena, St Albans
18 June Pavilion Theatre, Worthing
6 July Camberley Theatre, Surrey
7 July Cinnamon Club, Altrincham
16 July The Brook, Southampton
Have a listen to 'Why Would I Know' by Hannah's Yard.
We first saw Cambodian/American rock band Dengue Fever at SXSW many moons ago, early one morning, around 2am in an Austin bar. It was a mind blowing experience of both sight and particularly sound!
Now the band have announced that they are set to begin a deluxe reissue campaign to release their long out-of-print back catalog via their own Tuk Tuk Records. The first two titles to be reissued are their eponymous 2003 debut album and their 2005 follow-up 'Escape From Dragon House' on 26th May.
Both albums feature new bonus tracks, new liner notes, archival photos and upgraded original artwork, an expanded 20-page booklet for Dengue Fever while Escape features a fold out poster. Vinyl reissues will be available later this year.
“Since acquiring our back catalog a few years back, we’ve always talked about doing deluxe editions of all of Dengue Fever’s out-of-print titles properly on our own label,” said Dengue Fever bassist and Tuk Tuk Records Co-owner Senon Williams. “Our primary goal was to get our first albums Dengue Fever and Escape From Dragon House back in print first with bonus material and other upgrades and use it as a template to upgrade the rest of our back catalogue moving forward.”
Track listing for Dengue Fever:
1. Lost in Laos
2. I’m Sixteen
3. 22 Nights
4. Hold My Hips
5. Dengue Fever
7. New Year’s Eve
9. Glass of Wine
10. Shave Your Beard
11. Pow Pow
12. Connect Four
13. A Go Go (Remix)
14. Doo Wop (Live at the Rickshaw Stop 2004)
15. Hold My Hips (Paul Dreux Smith Remix 2004)
16. Lost in Laos (Tom Chasteen Remix)
17. Thanks-A-Lot (Live at Spaceland 2004)
Track listing for Escape From Dragon House:
1. We Were Gonna
2. Sni Bong
3. Tip My Canoe
4. Tap Water
5. Sleepwalking in the Mekong
6. One Thousand Years of a Tarantula
7. Escape From Dragon House
8. Made of Steam
9. Lake Dolores
10. Saran Wrap
12. Escape From Dragon House (Napster Session 2006)
13. Made of Steam (Mechanical Pencil Remix)
14. Sleepwalking Thought The Meking (Morgan Page Remix)
15. Sni Ha (Napster Session 2006)
Photo - Chean Long
Martha Tilston has a new album called 'Nomad' out on CD now and on vinyl on 26th May.
The album was born whilst recording 2014’s album The Sea: ensconced at a cliffside cottage in Cornwall, Martha and her frequent collaborators Matt Tweed, Nick Marshall and Tim Cotterell, amongst other new faces, would pick up instruments in the late hours and begin to experiment with Martha’s other ideas. Often just blueprints, the outcome of these sessions arising from spontaneity, experimentation and maturing songwriting was to become 'Nomad'
Martha Tilston has grown up immersed in music from a young age. Her singer-songwriter father Steve Tilston and renowned folk singer Maggie Boylge (step-mother) were obvious influences, with their musician friends Bert Jansch, John Rebourn and John Martin often gathering and singing in the family kitchen.
Martha’s own musical journey has taken her from the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury to touring the far reaches of the globe. Originally one half of folk duo Mouse (alongside Nick Marshall),
Following the release of NOMAD, Martha will have released seven albums to date on her own label Squiggly Records
Southampton, The Art House - May 20th
Kent, Small World Spring Gather - May 27th
Bath, Shindig Weekender - May 28th
Birmingham, Hare & Hounds - June 8th
Guildford, Boileroom - June 9th
Frome, The Wheatsheaves - June 15th
Shrewsbury, Severn Tavern - June 16th
Penzance, The Acorn - June 21st
Totnes, Acoustic Haven @ HillyFields - June 24th
Anti- Records are pleased to announce the signing of Los Angeles indie rock pioneers The Dream Syndicate. Originally active from 1982 to 1988, The Dream Syndicate reformed in 2012 after a lengthy hiatus. Founding member Steve Wynn explains, “The Dream Syndicate and I are very excited to be part of the Anti- family. I like the way they embrace artists with a rich and lengthy history who believe that their best and most relevant work is still ahead of them.”
The Dream Syndicate was formed by current members Steve Wynn (guitar, vocals) and Dennis Duck (drums), along with Karl Precoda (guitar) and Kendra Smith (bass).
Information on the new album by The Dream Syndicate is due soon.
The Dream Syndicate European Tour Dates
October 14th, 2017 – Oslo – Rockefeller (NO) -
October 15th, 2017 – Göteborg – Pustervik (SE)
October 16th, 2017 – Stockholm – Kägelbanan (SE)
October 18th, 2017 – Copenhagen – VEGA (DK)
October 19th, 2017 – Hamburg – Uebel & Gefährlich (DE)
October 21st, 2017 – Berlin – Festsaal Kreuzberg (DE)
October 23rd, 2017 – Amsterdam – Bitterzoet (NL)
October 24th, 2017 – Paris – Centre Barbara Fleury Goutte-d'Or (FGO) (FR)
October 25th, 2017 – Turin – Spazio 211 (IT)
October 26th, 2017 – Milan – Magnolia Segrate (IT)
October 27th, 2017 – Bologna – Locomotiv (IT)
October 30th, 2017 – London – The Lexington
November 1st, 2017 – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
November 3rd, 2017 – Leuven – Het Depot (BE)
November 4th, 2017 – Athens – Gagarin (GR)
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