We’re thrilled to announce the first VISIONS festival which will take place on 10th August at three exciting warehouse spaces around London Fields: Oval Space, Netil House and New Empowering Church.
First wave of acts confirmed for the event are !!! (CHK CHK CHK), CLOUD NOTHINGS, ICEAGE, THE HAXAN CLOAK, JEFFREY LEWIS, STILL CORNERS, THE SOFT MOON, MOLLY NILSSON, MICACHU & TIRZAH, and BEACON.
There will also be food stalls on the day with Netil Market, an Exhibition Gallery with Belly Kids, and much more to come.
Very limited Early Bird tickets are on sale now and for a week only from: http://visionsfestival.ticketabc.com/events/visions-festival/
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See you there!
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London based VISION FORTUNE are one of the most interesting bands around. If only for the fact that their new album Mas Fiestas con el grupo Vision Fortune, out last week via Gringo Records, features Roman numerals arranged randomly as songs names.
Their repetitive drone guitar riffs enter your brain sneakily to stay there for longer than you would expect, even when the song is 1:37 minute long.
PRIMITIVE PARTS play pugilistic punk-pop. Pretty well, too. This video of their gig at The Dalston Victoria, where they hurtle through track after track like a rawer, angrier Drums, is well worth catching.
BONEYARDS will be busy reaking havoc at The Great Escape over the next few days and as a little going away present to the web, they’ve uploaded a new song from the forthcoming Rest In Beach release due this summer.
Rip It Up has all the electrifying, excitable fuzz that makes the band so watchable and with a catchy riff to boot. Listen below.
Boneyards at TGE
The Black Dove – 3.40pm
Belushi’s – 10.30pm
SWIMMING LESSONS is the experimental pop project from Leeds based artist Ben Lewis. Notice recent support shows with How To Dress Well, along with slots on Noisey bills, is demonstrative of an excitable expectation currently bubbling in the music press.
An example of why can be found in new song Double. It’s an audible oozing of warmth and complexity. Comforting vocals dissolve into starry eyed synths and melodic click clacks to create a song of real depth. Listen below.
Solvent is the new track from FISTS, taken from their debut album Phantasm, out 8th July via Gringo Records and Hello Thor Records.
There’s more than a nod to the 90′s to be found on Solvent – it definitely wouldn’t go amiss on any of your old late-90′s movie soundtracks you might still happen to have lying around.