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The VPME Track Of The Day – The Cult Of Dom Keller – ‘Shambhala Is On Fire’

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Midland doom rockers The Cult Of Dom Keller return with their new single ‘Shambhala Is On Fire’ taken from their  forthcoming album Goodbye To The Light out 22nd July 2016 via Fuzz Club.  Its a menacing explosive slice of driving pysch noir that pulls the listener kicking and screaming into the abyss. Quite appropriate given that lately it’s started to feel like its the End of Days.

The album will be released on vinyl as a deluxe edition of 300 half-and-half transparent and solid white vinyl in a heavy gatefold sleeve as well as a standard edition of 1000 transparent white vinyl, and CDs. Pre-order at fuzzclub.com

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GIITTV: NEWS: Angel Olsen shares video for ‘Shut Up Kiss Me’ and announces UK tour dates

Having previously announced her third studio album MY WOMAN – due to be released on 2nd September 2016 via Jagjaguwar Angel Olsen now shares with us the video for her new single ‘Shut Up Kiss Me’. Directed by Olsen herself, the video captures the American musician at her subtle, impassioned and beguiling best.

The single was co-produced by Olsen and Justin Raisen (Charli XCX, Sky Ferreira, Santigold) and features Olsen (vocals, rhythm guitar) alongside her regular band of Stewart Bonaugh (lead guitar, piano), Emily Elhaj (bass guitar), and Joshua Jaeger (drums), plus guest Seth Kauffman (second guitar).

Angel Olsen’s MY WOMAN is available for pre-order now via Jagjaguwar, Rough Trade and Amazon. The previously revealed ‘Intern’ and ‘Shut Up Kiss Me’ are available now on all streaming services (including Spotify). Both tracks also come as an instant download with all iTunes pre-orders.

To support the release of My Woman, Angel Olsen will be performing live in the UK in October.

Tour dates:

Thu. Oct. 13 – Brighton @ Concorde 2
Fri. Oct. 14 – Manchester @ Club Academy
Sat. Oct. 15 – Glasgow @ SWG3 Studio Warehouse
Sun. Oct. 16 – Bristol @ The Marble Factory
Mon. Oct. 17 – London @ KOKO

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GIITTV: Track Of The Day #882: Pathos, Pathos – Summer Nights

Pathos, Pathos‘ new single ‘Summer Nights’ sounds exactly like what you want summer nights to sound like: there’s a bit where they shout and you want to punch the air, the chorus goes all lovelorn and falsetto, there are quiet bits where the sun sort of dapples through the leaves of the trees and you fall in love with everyone who walks past.

It’s a genuinely lovely thing, an uptempo jangle through the verse catching the ear and surging to that blissed-out chorus.  It’s like if Bombay Bicycle Club spent all their time lying on their backs in the middle of the park; it’s a good thing.

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Dave Hill | The Guardian: Sadiq Khan adds to mayoral team as London braces for Brexit damage

London’s new mayor has made two major new appointments as the capital faces a suddenly uncertain future

This was not in the script. It isn’t yet two months since Labour’s Sadiq Khan emphatically won a hard fight to become London mayor against Eurosceptic Tory Zac Goldsmith and his dubious campaign tactics, but how long ago that triumph seems. Khan has begun working towards his goals of easing the capital’s high living costs and widening opportunities for sharing in its successes, but Brexit has been rather more than just a rude interruption of his schedule.

London, emphatically pro-remain, must now limit the damage threatened by the victory of leave, and not just for the sake of the capital. The new City Hall administration, still settling in, has spent much of the past week absorbing grave assessments of the future from some of the most powerful business leaders in the land. Uncertainty is everywhere. In workplaces and on the streets there is a new mood of unease.

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