New Release Highlights 12th Feb 2011 (15th for the UK)


Mogwai's Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will is released this week just in time for the Glasgow bands two Irish dates at the beginning of next week.

The Radisson in Galway on Monday (14th Feb) and the Olympia Theatre in Dublin the following night (Tue 15th Feb) will be our first chance here to witness the new material live.

www.mogwai.co.uk/

www.myspace.com/mogwai/



Other releases of note this weekend...

PJ Harvey - Let England Shake

Bright Eyes - The People's Key

Twilight Singers - Dynamite Steps


Gruff Rhys - Hotel Shampoo

Arbouretum -
The Gathering


Tina Dico - Welcome Back Colour


*If anyone is about Cork I recommend popping in to Jim and Albert in Plugd Records. The new store opens on Saturday (Feb 12th) in Tobin Street as part of the new Triskel Arts Centre.

If located elsewhere I strongly recommend picking up at least one album when you can from your local independent store. Most independents now take orders by email and post out the stock if you are unable to get to the store so it may be worth checking out.

Coming Soon :

The Low Anthem - Smart Flesh (Feb 18th)
Gil Scott-Heron And Jamie Xx - We're New Here (Feb 18th)
Earth - Angels of Darkness (Feb 25th)
Ron Sexsmith - Long Player Late Bloomer (Feb 25th)
Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes (Feb 25th)

REM - Collapse Into Now (Mar 4th)
Elbow - Build A Rocket Boys! (Mar 4th)
Noah & The Whale - Last Night On Earth (Mar 4th)
The Unthanks - Last (Mar 11th)
The Vaccines - What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? (Mar 18th)
The Strokes - Angles (Mar 18th)
The Mountain Goats - All Eternal’s Deck (Mar 25th)

Panda Bear - Tomboy (April)
Explosions In The Sky - Take Care, Take Care, Take Care (April 15th)
Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues (April 29th)


Beirut (TBC)

*All dates subject to change