New Brighton Music

Here’s this week’s new music post, two weeks after our last one – we were out of the country last week though, so we’re playing catchup a bit now. Our first tune this week is from Brighton supergroup Alien Stadium, made up of Steve Mason and Primal Scream‘s Martin Duffy. Their first release is a track called This One’s for the Humans, a lolloping almost-baggy almost-bluesy number which is taken from a mini LP called Livin’ in Elizabethan Times which gets released on 1st December. Have a dig around for the version that’s up on Spotify which clocks in over six minutes long and gets a much more psychedelic groove on.
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October Gig Previews

Here’s our now-officially-regular-again October gig preview post. And it’s only the 3rd October! It’s getting nearer to the start of the month every time we do one.

21199608_10155790394317376_1071634475236220162_oThere’s a lot to see this weekend, and hopefully something for everyone. On Friday night (6th) you could opt for The Dials, who launch their album at the Hope & Ruin, accompanied by a lightshow by Innerstrings and also a DJ set by Steve Mason. Alternatively you could head to the Rosehill where Shona Foster plays with her new band, supported by Ellie Ford. Or you could head to the Prince Albert, where Sparrow (or should that be Sprrw these days?) launch their new album21762858_1975943142689831_1015946315148142499_o. Continue reading

New Emiliana Torrini single

Brighton’s favourite Icelander Emiliana Torrini, has a new single out. Her first album since 2008’s Me and Armini is finished and is due out later this year, but before then a new track recorded with Steve Mason and Toy has surfaced.

Emiliana Torrini at Loop Festival, Brighton July 2009

Emiliana Torrini at Loop Festival, Brighton July 2009

I Go Out will be the debut 7″ released on a new label called Speedy Wunderground set up by Emiliana’s musical partner and co-writer Dan Carey. The label plans to record make recordings in a day, and get them released as soon as possible. Check out their ten point plan on the “About Us” page of the website

The track is nearly seven minutes of space age krautrock, which will be split over both sides of the single, and is out on 25th February. If you can’t wait that long, you can listen here: