Daily Archives: January 17, 2011

The Lovely Eggs-“Don’t Look At Me (I Don’t Like it)”

The Lovely Eggs release their new single “Don’t Look At Me (I Don’t Like it)” on 31st Jan on Cherryade Records, and you can catch a glimpse of their new video here.

The video filmed in Morcambe in their home county, Lancashire, features a guest appearance from the one and only John Shuttleworth, taking a break from his playing his organ to be the man with a sausage roll thumb.

Former Angelica singer, Holly Ross, and drummer husband David Blackwell, will be following up with a UK and European tour, including a special date at The Lexington in London, supporting The Loves at their retirement show.

The Lovely Eggs tour dates

Feb 3 Mothers Ruin, Bristol

Feb 4 The Lexington, London

Feb 5 The Hope, Brighton

Feb 6 The Railway, Southend on Sea

Feb 7 Ten Feet Tall, Cardiff

Feb 8  The Yorkshire House, Lancaster

Feb 9 Captain’s Rest, Glasgow

Feb 10 The Head of Steam, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Feb 11 The Victoria, Birmingham

Feb 12 Gullivers, Manchester

Feb 13 The Lexington (The Loves retirement party) London

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PJ Harvey- The Words that Maketh Murder

Today sees the download release of The Words That Maketh Murder, the first single from PJ Harvey’s new album, “Let England Shake”. The single sees a physical 7” release on 7th Feb, one week before the album.

The single is accompanied by the release of the second in a series of short films by Seamus Murphy, to compliment each of the 12 album tracks. Each film is a reportage of his travels across the country, filming and photographing the mundane.

The video for The Words that Maketh Murder includes footage of Polly singing with an autoharp, and ballroom dancing in Blackpool.

Harvey continues to prove herself as a classical English songstress on the record which includes monkesque chanting and a piston singalong stomp.


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Archers of Loaf have reunited to play their first show in nearly 13 years. The US indie rock legends played an unannounced show on Jan 15th at Cats Cradle, in their home town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

The unannounced show supporting local band, the Love Language is their first show together since splitting in 1998 due to Drummer, Mark Price, developing an illness and calling time on the band time on the band.

There were rumours of a reunion in 2005 when Eric Bachman and Matt Gentling collaborated on Bachman’s project “Crooked Fingers”. No other dates have yet been announced although there are strong Coachella rumours.

Releasing for albums in the mid to late 90’s the alt-rock heroes reached cult status and toured with the likes of Sebadoh and Pavement, and were key players in the US indie Lo Fi scene.

Archers of Loaf played

1) Audiowhore
2) Harnessed In Slums
3) Revenge
4) Nostalgia
5) Lowest Part Is Free
6) Freezing Point
7) Greatest Of All Time
8) You and Me
9) Might
10) Web In Front
11) Wrong
12) Slow Worm

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