If…, is the debut solo album from Bill Ryder-Jones, released November 2011 to wide critical praise. ‘Give Me A Name’ is the album’s penultimate track, a stark and nakedly emotional song that has been given a cinematic interpretation by fast rising UK director Sean Conway from the Pinball Films stable. Shot at an abandoned Magnesium plant in Steetley, Hartlepool in association with Northern Film & Media.
Releases ‘Immunity - Extended Edition’ through iTunes on December 9th 2013 | ‘Collider – Remixes’ on 12” and Digital on Feb 24th 2014
Collider, the nine-minute ‘astounding and subtly euphoric techno slayer’ (DJ Mag) - the dark, beating heart of the Mercury-nominated Immunity, is released as the next single from Jon Hopkins and is available to buy digitally now. ‘Collider – Remixes’, featuring mixes from Pangaea, Karenn and Objekt will be available on 12” (RUG562T) and Digital (RUG562D) from 24th February 2014. A one-track download of the Pangaea remix will be available from December 9th.
Directed by Tom Haines
“Jon's music has a transportive quality, which can be blissful and expansive, but can also be internal, and more aggressive, and Collider is at this end of the spectrum. We wanted to create an internal journey, which was unflinching, singular and claustrophobic and at the same time liberating. The video is like a voodoo ceremony, where the lead character dances herself into frenzy, and through the dance gains access to a parallel dimension; it's her unfurling thoughts, her dislocated mind, and hints at something more apocalyptic - an end game for her and us.” Tom Haines
Formed in November 2011 after moving down from Peterborough, this Brighton based Surf/Doom three piece comprise of guitar / organ / lead vocalist Kristian; semi-professional poker playing drummer Gianni, and fiercely eloquent bassist Dan, who is currently writing a science fiction novel by the name of The Curious Adventures of Charlie Revel; and mysterious second guitarist Mark, who's commitments at home and slight agoraphobic behavior means that he will not leave Peterborough, and only expands the group to a quartet at home town shows.
2013 has seen The Wytches supporting a rich variety of acts including Death Grips, The Black Angels, Chelsea Wolfe, Bosnian Rainbows, Japandroids, Temples, Metz, Superfood, Future Of The Left, The Cribs and Drenge. They released their second single, the AA-side Beehive Queen/Crying Clown, via HateHateHate Records on June 3rd. Following the success of Beehive Queen, the band re-released Digsaw as a limited white label 7”. In November, the band released a second AA side single, ‘Robe For Juda / Wide At Midnight’ via HateHateHate records. This has gained them more radio play from the likes of Zane Lowe and Huw Stephens (for which the band recorded a live session at Maida Vale) at BBC Radio 1, and Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music who has had them in for live sessions twice this year.
Every year Bella leads a spectacular Christmas tour rated **** by The Times and this year is no exception with this brand new song accompanying the tour as a single. The tour includes London King's Place on 14th December. The Christmas tour dates are listed on Bella's website [BELLA HARDY WEBSITE]
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