• Indietracks festival: help the Midland Railway

    10 Ago 2010, 10:33 de NatD


    The Indietracks team are launching an appeal to raise money to finish the Swanwick station building at the festival's railway site.

    We're amazed and really grateful that the Midland Railway makes it possible for an indiepop festival to take place on their steam railway each year. It's a beautiful, perfect location for our festival and the railway staff and volunteers have always been incredibly welcoming, friendly and supportive.

    As you can imagine, it takes a lot to keep the railway going each year, so we'd like to try and help out. We asked the charity how we might help and they said they'd love some help in raising money to finish their Swanwick station building (pictured above by Martin Arrand).

    They've been building the station gradually since 2007 and while it's nearly complete they need a bit more money to finish the internal and external building and furnishing.

  • Indietracks festival: new headliners and day line-ups announced!

    29 May 2010, 10:02 de NatD


    Slow Club and Everybody Was In The French Resistance…Now! have just been added to the line-up for the Indietracks festival 2010.

    They will join the Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Love Is All, The Primitives, Ballboy, Allo Darlin, The Pooh Sticks, Standard Fare and around 50 other indiepop bands at this year’s festival.

    The festival takes part on the weekend of 23-25 July 2010 and is held in the grounds of a picturesque 1950s steam railway in Derbyshire.

    Slow Club are a Sheffield DIY alternative folk-pop duo featuring Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor. Charles plays guitar and sings and Rebecca plays drums and all sorts of weird instruments, like water-filled glass bottles, spoons and the back of a wooden chair. Their acclaimed debut album, ‘Yeah So’ was released in July 2009.

    Everybody Was In The French Resistance…Now! are Eddie Argos from Art Brut and Dyan Valdés from The Blood Arm. …
  • The Primitives, Love is All and Pooh Sticks added to Indietracks line-up!

    23 Abr 2010, 8:07 de NatD


    We're excited to announce that The Primitives, Love is All and Pooh Sticks have been added to this year’s Indietracks Festival. The festival will take place on 23-25 July 2010 at the Midland Railway in Butterley, Derbyshire, and tickets are onsale now.

    They will join New York headliners the Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Love Is All, Ballboy, The Pooh Sticks, White Town, Allo Darlin’, Veronica Falls and dozens more indiepop bands at this year’s event. The festival takes place on 23-25 July 2010 on a steam railway in Derbyshire.

    The Primitives emerged from the independent scene of the mid-80s, alongside The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream and My Bloody Valentine. With the distinctive singing and blonde bombshell looks of singer Tracy Tracy, they combine 60s melodies, the buzzsaw guitars of the Ramones and the pop sensibilities of Orange Juice. The band became household names across the world for their hit single ‘Crash’…
  • The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart to headline Indietracks 2010

    23 Mar 2010, 19:56 de NatD


    We're thrilled to say that the Pains Of Being Pure At Heart will headline this year’s Indietracks Festival. The festival will take place on 23-25 July 2010 at the Midland Railway in Butterley, Derbyshire, and tickets are onsale now.

    We're so excited that The Pains of Being Pure At Heart have agreed to come and play at Indietracks this year. The New York band are the most talked about indiepop bands in years, playing brilliantly-executed pop gems that blend the rush of youthful enthusiasm with buckets of guitar noise. We can't wait to see them at the festival!

    They'll be joined by John Peel favourites Ballboy, UK chart-toppers White Town, and this year’s two new indiepop sensations Standard Fare and Allo Darlin’. Over 40 bands have already been confirmed for the festival, and more will be added shortly. The full list is below.

  • cineplexx - picnic

    5 Jun 2008, 10:19 de klienicum

    hinter 'cineplexx' versteckt sich kein kinogigant, wie ich zuerst annahm, nachdem mir eine werbung zum aktuellen album von sebastian litmanovich ins haus flatterte. als künstlername allemal ungewöhnlich, veröffentlicht der junge mann aus buenos aires, derzeit in barcelona lebend, unter diesem moniker das album "picnic" unter mithilfe seiner freunde und in der musikszene durchaus bekannten duglas stewart (bmx bandits), norman blake (teenage fanclub), federico aubele und jad fair.

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    1 May 2008, 12:28 de cineplexx

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