Twones lets you tie all your music from across the web to one place, and share it with friends in real-time.

It is currently in Pre Beta and is only available to join by invitation but here is a special invite for the first 10 to link to it from here.


Biffy Clyro are delighted to announce that they have been invited by Muse to be their main support on 14 massive dates across Europe through November and December.

Unfortunately because of these support dates it has meant that several of the band's UK and European headline shows have been rescheduled. The UK dates being rearranged are Southampton Guildhall moving to 24 October and Cardiff University to 25 October.


Check out Later with Jools Holland tonight - BBC2 10 pm and the extended version on Friday night.

Appearing Muse, Florence and the Machine and Gossip.

It promises to be a good one!

Later with Jools Holland

It'll all make sense when you see the 'video'

Click here - it's quite old but still fun

Small select gig at Fabric in London - tickets on sale 9 am today! Not available to the general public


get tickets here


Download a free copy of Warsaw, the 1st track from the forthcoming album Black Light. Featuring vocals of Nick Littlemore from The Empire of the Sun

Download here

A former keyboard player with Echo and the Bunnymen has been killed in a motorbike crash on the Isle of Man.

Jake Brockman, who was 53 and married, lived in Bristol. He died when his bike was in collision with a converted ambulance near Kirk Michael on Tuesday.

Known to fans as the "Fifth Bunnyman", he had been associated with the Liverpool band since its 80s heyday and became a full-time member in 1989.

In 1989 the band's first drummer Pete De Freitas died in a similar crash.

Damon Albarn and Mercury Prize-nominees The Horrors have collaborated on new material for the third Gorillaz album, which is due out in 2010.

Check out the videos from the Reading and Leeds Festivals


Videos here

Noel Gallagher splits from Oasis


Oasis have cancelled all concerts with effect from last Friday in Paris.

A statement from Noel  on Friday

28 August 2009

"It's with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight. People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer.

"Apologies to all the people who bought tickets for the shows in Paris, Konstanz and Milan."

On Saturday he issued this 'back to form' statement

"Dearly beloved, it is with a heavy heart and a sad face that I say this to you this morning," he wrote.

"As of last Friday, August 28, I have been forced to leave the Manchester rock 'n' roll pop group Oasis.

"The details are not important and of too great a number to list. But I feel you have the right to know that the level of verbal and violent intimidation towards me, my family, friends and comrades has become intolerable. And the lack of support and understanding from my management and bandmates has left me with no other option than to get me cape and seek pastures new.

"I would like firstly to offer my apologies to them kids in Paris who'd paid money and waited all day to see us only to be let down AGAIN by the band. Apologies are probably not enough, I know, but I'm afraid it's all I've got.

"While I'm on the subject, I'd like to say [sorry] to the good people of V Festival that experienced the same thing. Again, I can only apologise - although I don't know why, it was nothing to do with me. I was match-fit and ready to be brilliant. Alas, other people in the group weren't up to it.

"In closing I would like to thank all the Oasis fans, all over the world. The last 18 years have been truly, truly amazing (and I hate that word, but today is the one time I'll deem it appropriate). A dream come true. I take with me glorious memories."

He concluded by telling fans: "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a family and a football team to indulge. I'll see you somewhere down the road. It's been a fuckin' pleasure."


While Warme’s music usually draws a picture of a Gallagher-esque two finger salute, their new single ‘New Man’ evokes a more sentimental side of rock’n’roll.

As a follow up to the thrilling working class leather jacket anthem ‘Council House Opera’, taken from the upcoming new album of the same name which is set for release on February 25th, this song is setting the perfect mood for cold and dark winter nights. Having been inspired by Britain’s finest such as The Beatles or The Jam, this band has something else to offer apart auto-tuned pop facades. With this song the band, who has worked with rock royalties such as Ian McLagan of the Small Faces/Faces in the past, demonstrates that there’s more to the mayhem that often accompanies British lad culture and guitar groups.

Growing up in the musically unstimulating environment of Bradford, West Yorkshire, band members Lee Walsh, Craig Hamilton, Jamie Hamilton, Macauley Haywood and Lewis Knight have been making their way up step by step, from supporting musicians such as Arthur Brown, Henry Rollins or The Strypes and playing in front of up to 25000 people at festivals. Memories from the road also include the time they were heading to a festival and ended up being threatened by Austrian police pointing guns at them, to which Warme’s somewhat surreal response was to hold tennis rackets back at the police officers. Apart from the occasional rock’n’roll excess the lads are as down to earth as it gets. They like football and having a good time with their friends. Those day to day experiences have a big influence on their music. Warme’s songs are mainly inspired by the very idea of what it means to be British. This could well be a band heralding a 21st century Britpop revival.

The single ‘New Man’ will be out on February 12th, followed by album 'Council House Opera' on February 25th.

Live dates:
Friday 8th of April @ Star of Kings in Kings Cross, London


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