We have lots of great stuff coming up this month including two fantastic album releases from Hebronix and Fuck Buttons. Check out a full listing of July's events below (we've left out our Devendra Banhart London show as that one is sold out!)....
5th July - Pissed Jeans + Hookworms + Sauna Youth at London Electric Ballroom
Pissed Jeans, who have just released their fantastic new album Honeys, will be making a long awaited return to London this Friday. This is their first London show for five years and one of only two UK shows for this year. Support comes from Hookworms and Sauna Youth. A limited amount of tickets are still available from this link.
8th (UK) / 9th (USA) July - Hebronix: Unreal is released on ATP Recordings
Hebronix is a solo project by Daniel Blumberg (Yuck), produced by Neil Hagerty (Royal Trux / Howling Hex). The debut album from Hebronix entitled Unreal will be released next week on CD/LP/Digital. Hear tracks and pre-order here.
12th July - Retox + ZEUS! + Broken DC at London Cargo
Retox will play London's Cargo on the 12th July alongside two other hard hitting bands - ZEUS! from Italy and Londoners Broken DC. Tickets are on sale now for £8 from this link.
22nd (UK) / 23rd (USA) July - Fuck Buttons: Slow Focus is released on ATP Recordings
The amazing third album from Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus will be out later this month on CD / 2xLP / Digital on ATP Recordings. To stream The Red Wing (edit) and pre-order click here.
26th July - Mogwai perform to Zidane at London Barbican
One of the most beguiling portrayals of an individual in recent cinematic history, Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait is a football film like no other. Using 17 cameras, the film tracks the legendary French midfielder Zinédine Zidane throughout a 2005 Spanish league match at Madrid’s imposing Bernabéu Stadium — on and off the ball, in the thick of the action and on its periphery. The result, from directors Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno, is a dramatic, hypnotic and deeply beautiful depiction of one of the world’s finest footballers performing on one of the sport’s grandest stages. The film’s soundtrack was composed by Mogwai, the Glasgow quintet that has built a deserved reputation for the fearsome intensity of their live shows. In July, the band will perform the soundtrack live alongside the movie for the first time, with the premiere at Manchester International Festival and then at the Barbican in London.
Book tickets [http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event-detail.asp?ID=14870]