This Week’s New Releases: Aphex Twin, Paul Weller and The Dirty Nil

This week is bonkers. Aphex Twin has returned with the ‘Collapse’ EP, while Paul Weller has followed up 2017’s ‘A Kind Revolution’ and Canadian Rockers the Dirty Nil have put out album #2.

If none of that piques your interest there’s loads more to check out below.

6LACK – ‘East Atlanta Love Letter’ (LVRN/Interscope Records)

Ann Wilson – ‘Immortal’ (BMG)

Aphex Twin – ‘Collapse’ EP (Warp)

Bob Moses – ‘Battle Lines’ (Domino)

Carrie Underwood – ‘Cry Pretty’ (Virgin EMI)

The Chills – ‘Snow Bound’ (Fire Records)

David Guetta – ‘7’ (Parlophone)

Dawn Landes – ‘Meet Me At The River’ (Yep Roc)

Dilly Dally – ‘Heaven’ (Partisan Records)

The Dirty Nil – ‘Master Volume’ (Dine Alone/Caroline)

Dreams – ‘No One Defeats Us’ (Virgin EMI)

Fatherson – ‘Sum Of All Your Parts’ (Easy Life Records)

First Aid Kit – ‘Tender Offerings’ EP (Columbia)

Ghetts – ‘Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament’ (GIIG/Caroline)

Good Charlotte – ‘Generation Rx’ (BMG)

Guerilla Toss – ‘Twisted Crystal’ (Dfa Records/Ada)

Hawkwind – ‘Road To Utopia’ (Cherry Red)

Jean-Michel Jarre – ‘Planet Jarre’ (Sony)

Jungle – ‘For Ever’ (XL Recordings)

Low – ‘Double Negative’ (Sub Pop)

Lyrics Born – ‘Quite A Life’ (Mobile Home Recordings)

Monster Truck – ‘True Rockers’ (Mascot)

Noname – ‘Room 25’ (Noname)

Orbital – ‘Monsters Exist’ (ACP Recordings)

Pale Waves – ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ (Dirty Hit)

Paul Weller – ‘True Meanings’ (Parlophone)

Petrol Girls – ‘The Future Is Dark’ EP (Hassle Records)

Sandro Perri – ‘In Another Life’ (Constellation)

Snakes In Paradise – ‘Step Into The Light’ (Frontiers Records)

Steven Page – ‘Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II’ (Warner Music Canada)

Thrice – ‘Palms’ (Epitaph)

Throbbing Gristle – ‘Journey Through A Body/Mission Of Dead Souls’ (Mute)

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall – ‘Love Is Here To Stay’ (Verve/UMG)

Uriah Heep – ‘Living The Dream’ (Frontiers)

Wale – ‘Free Lunch’ EP (Warner Bros)

We Were Promised Jetpacks – ‘The More I Sleep The Less I Dream’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Willie Nelson – ‘My Way’ (Sony)

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Pre-Sale Tickets: Orbital


Orbital will play Cambridge’s Corn Exchange on December 19, as part of a winter tour supporting the release of ‘Monsters Exist’.

Pre-sale opens at 10am on May 17, prior to general sale at 10am the following day.

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Top Tours This Week: The Killers, Joe Bonamassa, TLC, Bryson Tiller, Niall Horan, Little Steven, Orbital and more…

Fresh from their performance at London’s Hyde Park last week as part of the British Summer Time series, the Killers have announced plans to perform at UK arenas this November, while blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa will return to the UK in March to perform seven concerts. Other acts dominating the tour news this week include TLC, who will embark on their first UK tour this autumn, Bryson Tiller, who heads to the UK and Ireland as part of his Set It Off European tour, and former One Direction member Niall Horan, who brings his Flicker Sessions world tour to Dublin’s Olympia on August 29 and London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on August 31.

The Killers

The Las Vegas quartet will call in Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester, Dublin, Belfast, Leeds, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Nottingham and Sheffield before ending the run with two nights at the O2 on November 27 and 28.
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Joe Bonamassa

The guitarist will call at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, Manchester Arena, Carlisle Sands Centre, Aberdeen’s GE Oil and Gas Centre, the Sage in Gateshead, Birmingham’s Genting Arena and the Brighton Centre in March.
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The iconic R&B group will embark on their first ever UK tour this autumn, with stops planned in Bournemouth, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff, London and Birmingham between November 5 and 16.
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Tickets for the shows on general sale at 9am on July 14, prices range between £35.00 and £45.00 plus fees.

Bryson Tiller

The Kentucky R&B artist, who released his sophomore album ‘True To Self’ in May, will call at O2 Academy Glasgow, O2 Academy Birmingham and Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse before two nights at the Eventim Apollo in London and a stop at Dublin’s 3Arena as part of his Set It Off European tour. Support will come from SZA.
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Tickets go on general sale at 9am on July 14, prices start at £27/50/£35.00 plus fees.

Niall Horan

The former One Direction member, who is expected to announce his debut album shortly, will call at Dublin’s Olympia on August 29 and the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on August 31, as part of his Flicker Sessions world tour.
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Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul

Steven Van Zandt, guitarist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, will play shows in London, Bristol, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool and Newcastle, between November 4 and 16.
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The dance duo will call at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on December 1 and London’s Eventim Apollo the following day.
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Also announced this week, so far

Ed Sheeran, The Melvins, WizKid, Mystery Jets, Queens of the Stone Age, Broken Witt Rebels, Mr. Jukes, Blondie, Nothing But Thieves, Bastien Keb, Tom McRae, Little Cub, Protomartyr, Dodie, Chas N’ Dave, Johnny Hates Jazz, Amy MacDonald, Highly Suspect, Lucy Rose, The Xcerts, Gogol Bordello, Future Islands, Imelda May, Mo Gilligan, Avey Tare, Make Them Suffer, UNKLE, Van Morrison, Vallenfyre, Uneven Structure, Sworn Amongst, Metz, Zola Jesus, Kristin Chenoweth, Brand New Heavies, Mondo Cozmo, CHON, Hot 8 Brass Band, Pussy Riot, KLLO, Algiers, Holy Fuck and more.

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