Catfish and the Bottlemen bring their high energy tour to an enthusiastic Portland.
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Vince Staples performs to an enthusiastic, sold out crowd on his first of two nights in Portland, Oregon.
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Travis Barker and friends took to the Orange Country Fairgrounds for the annual Musink festival. This year’s edition featured talented tattoo artists, decked out cars […]
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Photos of Nothing More, Of Mice & Men, Badflower, and Palisades in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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through this direct link to the publisher’s own eStore (https://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/music/guitarist-magazine-back-issues/guitarist-april-2019-issue-444/). Alternatively, if you are in London this week to view David’s guitars at Christie’s London HQ, certain stores and newsagents will have the magazine on their shelves.
Pink Floyd On Forty-Five (http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/books/pink-floyd-on-forty-five-charles-beterams-2.html) was coming close to completion. The new edition of his book, a limited and numbered edition of 500 copies in a deluxe clothbound hardcover (http://www.floydstuff.com/pink-floyd-store/book/p-1/1.html), running to some 260 pages and well over 1200 pictures in full colour, now has a confirmed publication date of April 12th. The book is the definitive discography of Pink Floyd 7 inch singles. With the help of the world’s foremost Floyd singles collectors, Charles has compiled a simply breathtaking book that sets the standard. Apart from entries on releases from countries such as Angola, Costa Rica, Egypt, Jamaica, Kenia, Nigeria, The Philippines and Turkey, Pink Floyd On Forty-Five also features extensive discographies of 7 inch singles from Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and the USA. The core of the book consists of 7inch singles that ended up in public, either via the regular route of shops (stock copies) or via record companies to radio stations and journalists (promotional copies). These are brought together in separate chapters per country, starting with Pink Floyd, and followed by Syd Barrett, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Richard Wright singles, all of them in chronological order, complete with release notes and details. Pink Floyd On Forty-Five concludes with a selection of test pressings and acetates. Pink Floyd On Forty-Five is available for pre-orders now, through Floydstuff.com (http://www.floydstuff.com/pink-floyd-store/book/p-1/1.html), the ONLY place to get hold of it, unless you are visiting the 51st Mega Record CD Fair in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Whichever way you get it, we are certain it will be just as highly recommended as the first edition!
A highlight last September for a number of people was the show performed by Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets at London’s Roundhouse – a venue that Pink Floyd played in on a number of occasions in the earlier days of the band. When it was announced that, following the Saucers’ jaunt to the US and Canada this and next month, they’d be doing a handful of UK shows with two night’s at the Roundhouse, it got a lot of people keen to experience it themselves. Naturally, tickets sold quickly for these shows, leaving many people disappointed. However, we have some good news for you… Some additional, standing tickets for the first of the two shows there (May 3rd) (https://myticket.seetickets.com/event/nick-mason-s-saucerful-of-secrets/roundhouse/1268236), both of which include support by McNally Waters (the Waters in question being Harry, Roger’s son, who many of you would have seen on Roger’s Wall and Dark Side tours), have been released. This is due to the show production requirements having been determined for this gig. You can snap them up, while they last, via this direct link at Seetickets.com (https://myticket.seetickets.com/event/nick-mason-s-saucerful-of-secrets/roundhouse/1268236).
Photos: Between The Buried And Me’s “Automata II Tour” with Tesseract at Strummer’s in Fresno, California
Between The Buried And Me play alongside Tesseract at Strummers in Fresno, California for the Automata II Tour.
Well, so soon after adding a couple of dates to Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets 2019 tour (http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/nick-mason-s-sos-2019/index.php) – in Prague and Warsaw – the band have added yet another to the busy July schedule! The extra show is being held at the historic Teatro Antico in Taormina, on the Italian island of Sicily (http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/nick-mason-s-sos-2019/july-12th-teatro-antico-di-taormina-taormina-sicily.html). With this 3rd century BC Greek venue being an amphitheatre, boasting views behind the stage of Mount Etna, it promises to be a spectacular venue to catch Nick and his excellent band in action: Friday 12th July 2019 – Teatro Antico di Taormina, Sicily, Italy (http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/nick-mason-s-sos-2019/july-12th-teatro-antico-di-taormina-taormina-sicily.html) – TICKETS (https://www.ticketmaster.it/it/advertise/nick-mason/8398) Tickets for this additional show go on sale on Friday (22nd March) at 10am CET, through www.Ticketmaster.it (https://www.ticketmaster.it/it/advertise/nick-mason/8398). As normal, to go with all the other shows the band are playing, we have been busy setting up a dedicated page for this concert which, with your assistance, will have all sorts of useful information, pictures, reviews and more. The pages can be found in the Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets 2019 Tour Zone (http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/nick-mason-s-sos-2019/index.php) which has details of ALL the shows on this year’s tour, that have been announced so far. To cover regular email questions we are getting, if other dates/locations are revealed, then we will bring you the good news.