The Telescopes

Audioscope have released a new album featuring 40 new and exclusive tracks from the likes of Four Tet, Wire, Ride, The Telescopes, Spectrum and Sennen alongside many other artists. The album is available for a minimum donation of £5 to Shelter (though you’re welcome to donate more if you like, of course!) from www.musicforagoodhome.com. You’ll also get an exclusive Beak> track ‘0898’ now, with a link to download the rest of the album. Continue reading

The former Slowdive frontman Neil Halstead has signed to Sonic Cathedral to release his third solo album.
Neil Halstead

‘Palindrome Hunches’ will be released on November 5th and follows his forthcoming UK dates including a Sonic Cathedral show at Bush Hall in London on September 25th. Neil then heads off across the pond before returning to the UK in November for more dates. Continue reading

Going Blank Again 20th Anniversary
Talking about ‘Going Blank Again’ as an album that is twenty years old seems unbelievable. In 1992 it was the twentieth anniversary of Ziggy Stardust, Exile on Main Street and Harvest, all brilliant life changing albums but it was music made by dinosaurs. Music during much of the 1980’s had been so, so terrible and the dinosaurs hadn’t changed anything… Continue reading

Ex-Adorable lead singer Pete Fijalkowski features on a track from German Electronica artist Kratzke which is due for release next month.

The track (which is below for you to hear) is taken from the album ‘Bäume ragen in die Fahrbahn’ (which translated means Trees Looming Over The Roadway) and is described as “27 minutes with closed eyes along guardrails, under pylons, on roadways and hidden in the surrounding forests and fields”. Continue reading

This is The Loft’s first radio interview in 26 years with Gideon Coe on BBC 6 Music, broadcast live on 12th May 2011.

In the interview the band choose a selection of tracks and revisit their 1984 Radio 1 session tracks. They also talk about how they became involved with Creation Records, the recent ‘Upside Down’ film and the night they split up on stage at Hammersmith Palais. Continue reading