Wolf Alice and Woman’s Hour @ SXSW 2014

Wolf Alice


With the release of their debut EP ‘Blush’ at the tail end of last year, Wolf Alice affirmed themselves as once of the brightest prospects in UK guitar music today. Mastering a wealth of genres into a fresh, inimitable sound, the group – fronted by insatiable frontwoman Ellie Rowsell – has seen the likes of BBC Radio One, NME and The Guardian falling head over heels for their growing catalogue of sugar-sweet / razor sharp anthems. Following a triumphant 2013 that saw the band complete packed out nationwide tours alongside much-hyped slots at The Great Escape, Latitude and End of The Road Festivals amongst many others, their debut long player will see its release in late 2014. Armed with their perfect timing in reaching their enviably young peak, Wolf Alice’s rising trajectory is one not to be missed.

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Tuesday 11th March

Huw Stephens Official Showcase – 9pm

Latitude 30 - 512 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

Wednesday 12th March

Secret Sounds Day Party – Early Afternoon TBC

Holy Mountain - 617 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78701

Blahblahblahscience Day Party – 4pm

Red Eyed Fly - 715 Red River Street Austin, TX 78701

Thursday 13th March

New Shapes Day Party – 3.45pm

Red Eye Fly – 512 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

Friday 14th March

Crack In The Road x Disco Naïveté Hype Hotel Day Party – 3pm 

7th St. (btwn Neches/Red River, near Stubbs)

All Things Go Official Showcase – 11pm

Maggie Mae’s Rooftop 323 E 6th St Austin, TX 78701

Woman’s Hour


London’s Woman’s Hour have been making waves on both sides of the Atlantic with a stream of transfixing singles championed for their bold minimalist sensibility and instantly memorable melodies. Audiences in the US will get their first chance to see them and hear songs from their forthcoming debut album, due out this year on Secretly Canadian, at this year’s SXSW Festival and shows in New York and Los Angeles, complete dates below.

Newly signed to Secretly Canadian, ‘Her Ghost’ is Woman’s Hour’s first release with their new label following a year which saw them become the 6th most blogged band of the year (6 Music & Hype Machine), receive praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader and Huw Stephens, and support Volcano Choir at The Barbican in addition to their own nationwide headline shows. Placing the heart-wrenching vocals of Fiona Burgess against an intricate backdrop of expertly-crafted electronic textures, the new song finds its power through restraint with the band’s attention to the smallest of details reflected in the richness of the end result. At once achingly subtle and breathtakingly powerful in its melodic display, ‘Her Ghost’ is testament to a band fully in command of their unique identity and sound. Woman’s Hour are Fiona Burgess, William Burgess, Josh Hunnisett and Nicolas Graves. The band are set for a UK headline tour in April as well as supporting Metronomy on their UK and EU tour through March and April.

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Wednesday 12th March

Neighborhood 12.45pm - 10.15pm

Palm Door 508 E, 6th Street, Austin, TX

Thursday March 13th 

Stereogum -  1pm

Mowhawk 912 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78701

BBC Introducing - 1am

Latitude 30 - 512 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701

Friday, March 14 

Secretly Canadian showcase - 11pm

Red Eyed Fly 715 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78701

Under The Radar - 12.45pm 

Flamingo Cantina 515 East 6th Street, Austin, TX, 78701

Wolf Alice ‘She’ video unveiled, ‘Blush’ EP out today!

Wolf Alice have unveiled a sensational, schizophrenic new video for ‘She’, directed by Ozzie Pullin! It’s the first of a two-part continuing narrative that is set to be concluded very soon with the arrival of a second video from the ‘Blush’ EP.  

The ‘Blush’ EP was also released today on Chess Club Records, you can purchase it from iTunes and Rough Trade!

New Wolf Alice - ‘She’ - ‘Blush’ EP out 7th October

We’ve kept tight-lipped for a while now on what Wolf Alice have up their sleeve, but here’s the news…

Have a listen to a brand new one from them ‘She’ over on NME.com now. It’s taken from their new EP ‘Blush’ which is out 7th October on Chess Club Records. A wonderful piece of work it is too.

Catch them on tour with Swim Deep in September and headlining Dingwalls in London on 30th October.

Midnight Davis - In The Mood For Love video


"His music is a harsh storm of head-bursting sinfulness, always capable of snatching the focus from any comfy distractions. Dark as tar. That much we know. But that doesn’t stop the video for “In the Mood For Love” from going way beyond these grimly-told depths." Midnight Davis’ In The Mood For Love video premieres on Portals!

The Severance EP is due for release in September on Five Easy Pieces.