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Indie Daze – further details
It is less than a month until the Indie Daze festival at London's Forum on 13th September, but you can still get tickets. There are a limited amount available from the organisers at £26 plus p&p – Email Indie Daze. Power Of Dreams will be taking to the stage at about 2pm for this, their only planned show. See them while you can. [20/8/14]
The Holy Coast release six-track EP
The Holy Coast have just released an EP. It features five brand new tracks, plus a special remix of the opening song, The Highest Love by Jetlag NYC, one half of which is Andy Rourke, formerly of The Smiths. Look out for a video of this version coming very soon. [1/8/14]
Cat Meat release new album
Cat Meat, the alt-country band featuring Ian Olney, has released a new album called Eldritch City Dwellers. You listen to all ten tracks on their Bandcamp page, and you are invited to download by paying as much or as little as you like. [30/6/14]
Ned's Atomic Dustbin headline Indie Daze
Don't forget you can still order tickets for the Indie Daze festival, taking place on Saturday 13th September. Ned's Atomic Dustbin will be headlining, and along with Power Of Dreams, the day will include Jesus Jones, The Darling Buds and Miles & Erica from The Wonder Stuff.
New release from Cat Meat
Ian Olney's band Cat Meat have issued a single, Green In Those Baby Blues, taken from their forthcoming album. The single is available for free download from the band's bandcamp site.
Power Of Dreams to play at Indie Daze festival
The band have been confirmed as part of the Indie Daze line-up, which takes place at The Forum in London on Saturday 13 September 2014. With a headline still to be confirmed, other acts include Jesus Jones, Miles & Erica (from The Wonder Stuff) and The Darling Buds. Get tickets here.
Power Of Dreams to play Whelan's in March
Power of Dreams will play at Whelan's in Dublin on Thursday 27 March. It is a one-off gig, and part of Whelan's 25th anniversary, where they will play Immigrants, Emigrants And Me. Support will be Craig Walker's band, Mineral. For tickets and information go to whelanslive.com.
Cat Meat update
Ian Olney's alt-country band, Cat Meat, are in the midst of recording a second album, which is due for release in spring 2014. You can still download their debut album for free from the Cat Meat website. On it, Ian plays a variety of instruments as well as guitar. The band play shows regularly, and have one at the Union Chapel in Islington, London on 3rd February.
Craig Walker's latest project, Mineral, have been receiving great reviews for their debut album, Plastic Ekphrastic. Part of the initial roster of artists on Alan McGee's new label, 359 Music, the album was released at the end of October. Order the CD from Amazon, or download from iTunes.
Listen to Craig interviewed on Tom Dunne's radio show, which aired on 28 November.
You can keep up to date with Mineral through the links here in the side panel on the right.
Craig Walker interview
With Mineral's album, Plastic Ekphrastic, due out at the end of the month, The Mouth magazine recently ran a small interview with Craig Walker. Read it here. They have also spoken to Craig about his time with Power Of Dreams. There are two parts that you can listen to – Part One and Part Two.
Mineral to release album
Craig Walker's electronic band, Mineral, are set to release their debut album, Plastic Ekphrastic on 28 October. It will be preceeded by the single, Serial Monkey, and will feature a version of Power Of Dreams' 2010 song, 1989 (See/hear the Mineral version on YouTube). The album will be one of the first albums to be released on Alan McGee and Cherry Red's new label, 359 Music.
The Holy Coast release single
Keith's Holy Coast has released a new single, Until The End, and you can watch the video here.
The Holy Coast
Check out this video for an insight into Keith Walker's band, The Holy Coast. Alongside Keith are Braden McCall and Brett Davies, and they are based in Phoenix, Arizona. Find out more at their website, theholycoast.com.