Newspaper Issue 59

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INDIE / ROCK Issue 59 / 2014 EVENT PREVIEW STEPHEN MALKMUS & THE JICKS 33 7 GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS CRASH ISLAND Pavement's frontman reunites with the Jick's for a sixth time. 16th January @ The Forum Nine days after the release of his new album with the Jicks, Stephen Malkmus returns to London to play The Forum. The band's first album for three years promises a hit among fans of Pavement and Malkmus' side projects alike, with the video for Lariat already garnering attention. EVENT PREVIEW CITY & COLOUR The four piece Hackney rockers are stepping up for 2014. This multicultural sensation describe themselves as dark tropical, with a sound that incorporates punk, reggae and '80s synth pop all in one unique indie bundle. With an EP out last year that utilised the talents of Strokes producer, Gordon Raphael, they're getting ready to release their second record as we speak. You'll be able to see a few of the haunting and ground breaking tunes at Oui Madame, London, on January 24th. More @ NEW RELEASES Dallas Green takes on Hammersmith Apollo with his pre and post Alexisonfire material. The Hidden Cameras Age (24th Jan) Young the Giant Mind Over Matter (21st Jan) Marram Sun Choir (20th Jan) Dog Bite Tranquilizers (21st Jan) Warpaint Warpaint (21st Jan) Drowners Drowners (28th Jan) James Vincent McMorrow Post Tropical (14th Jan) Damien Jurado Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son (21st Jan) Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks Wig Out at Jagbags (7th Jan) Against Me! Transgender Dysmorphia Blues (21st Jan) Gem Club In Roses (28th Jan) Quilt Held in Splendour (28th Jan) 31st January @ Hammersmith Apollo The singer and guitarist is still on fire as he storms through a flurry of live shows. We haven't seen any new work in 6 months, but we're hoping Green is writ- ing masterpieces as you read. It would certainly be no surprise, given public reception of his most recent album, The Hurry and the Harm.

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