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The Guide: music: BOOKING NOW

June 14, 2014

Lanre Bakare



Keyboard shortcut enthusiasts and Mercury award winners Alt-J (pictured) will be back on the road this autumn, pushing their inclusive new album This Is All Yours (18-27 Sep, tour starts Academy, Glasgow, ticketmaster.co.uk) . . .Shoegazey techno prodigy Daniel Avery has been given his own quarterly residency at Fabric called Divided Love. First up, he's inviting techno band Factory Floor and scene stalwarts Dopplereffekt to play live sets, with noisy experimentalists Helena Hauff and Volte-Face rounding off a dark but loved-up evening (15 Aug, Fabric, EC1, fabriclondon.com) . . . Singer-songwriter Hiss Golden Messenger (AKA MC Taylor) is taking his folk-pop out for a spin in a couple of weeks (18-20 Jul, starting at Latitude, ents24.com) . . . Finally, Manchester'sWarehouse Project is returning to its old location in a car park underneath Piccadilly station. Apparently, it's only a year-long arrangement before the rave-up takes its next step. Jackmaster, Seth Troxler and Carl Craig have already been confirmed with the rest of the lineups coming out in mid-July (starts 27 Sep, Store Street, Manchester, thewarehouseproject.com).



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Source: Guardian (UK)


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