After 15 years Mani is set to return to The Stone Roses as the classic line-up of the band reunite for a new album and world tour next year.

From their press conference this afternoon in Manchester, Granada Reports has tweeted that Mani has stated “it’s heart breaking to leave Primal Scream, but they’ve allowed me to follow my dream. I’m so grateful.”

The band have so far announced two dates in Manchester at Heaton Park on June 29th and 30th next year.

The Stone Roses

Pete Fijalkowski and Terry Bickers

Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (House of Love) are playing their debut London gig on October 22nd at Club AC30 @ Wilmington Arms, Clerkenwell, London. Doors 8pm Tickets £7 adv. Support from ‘&’ (who is the ‘&’ from Fujiya & Miyagi) + Club AC30 Djs. Tickets are £7 available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/129949 or details from www.clubac30.com.

2 days before on the 20th October, they’re also playing a warm-up gig with ‘&’ again in Brighton, supporting Hollow Moon at The Latest Music Bar, Brighton. Tickets are available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/131719.

At the time of writing this post, the duo are adding the finishing touches to the album with mixing to start this week. As soon as there’s any news on a release date we’ll let you know.

Pete Fijalkowski and Terry Bickers

Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable) and Terry Bickers (The House of Love) have announced some shows in February.

They will be playing live on Friday 18th Feb at Coast Cafe in Worthing (near Brighton), Wednesday Feb 23rd in Paris at Pop In and a few days later on Saturday Feb 26th they will be at Barcelona MiniFestival.

The duo are about half way through recording their album and Pete has stated on the project “We still don’t have a band name – each track we’ve recorded has been under a different name, but we plan to spend the long train journey from Paris down to Spain productively and hope to arrive in Barcelona with a name we can both agree on. Either that or we won’t be talking to each other.”

Jonny
NME reports that Teenage Fanclub’s Norman Blake and ex-Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci frontman Euros Childs have formed a new musical project named Jonny.

The pair will release a four-track free EP, simply titled ‘Free EP’, on November 10 and will tour in early 2011.

The songs set for the EP are ‘Gloria’, ‘Beach Party’, ‘Continental’ and a cover of The 23rd Turnoff’s ‘Michael Angelo’. They are set to release a full album next year.

Jonny will play:

London Water Rats (January 19)
Brighton Ballroom (February 3)
Cambridge The Haymakers (4)
Reading Play (5)
Bristol Cooler (7)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (8)
Nottingham Bodega (10)
Liverpool Mojo (11)
Sheffield The Harley (12)
Manchester Deaf Institute (14)
Birmingham Glee Club (15)
York The Basement (16)
Middlesbrough Westgarth SC (18)
Glasgow Platform (19)
Newcastle Cluny (20)
Sunderland Independent Room 2 (21)

Primal Scream - ScreamadelicaPrimal Scream are set to take their classic album ‘Screamadelica’ on the road after confirming a nationwide tour.

‘Screamadelica’ seems to sit on its own, as an almost unique album. Indie pop icons, Primal Scream had attempted to add some raw rock action to their sound but only succeeded in alienating their audience.

With their backs to the wall, Primal Scream were re-energised by Acid House. The scenes debauchery and ‘anything goes’ atmosphere shattered the way the band wrote songs, and provided renewed inspiration.

What emerged was a remarkable document which towered over anything produced by the Baggy scene. A cohesive mixture of dance and rock, Primal Scream hooked up with some top DJs and producers but kept true to their origins.

‘Screamadelica’ is one of the ultimate hymns to the midnight hour, blending country with soul, techno with house. A stunning document, the band are set to re-visit the album on some special shows later this year.

Playing two sold out dates at London’s Olympia, Primal Scream are set to take ‘Screamadelica’ on the road next year. Running throughout March, the 20th anniversary tour opens in Leeds on March 14th.

Moving across the country, Primal Scream are set to play Glasgow’s SECC on March 18th before finishing the shows in London’s Brixton Academy on March 25th.

Tickets are set to go on sale this Friday (October 1st).

Primal Scream have confirmed the following dates:

March
14 Leeds O2 Academy
15 Birmingham O2 Academy
16 Newcastle SECC
18 Glasgow SECC
19 Manchester Apollo
22 Brighton Centre
25 London O2 Brixton Academy

Source: ClashMusic