Loving this new video from Glitches! Directed and choreographed by the talented Holly Blakey.

Say whaaat? Luv Luv Luv alumni Jamie N Commons is featuring on Eminem's new album!

You can still grab his The Baron EP (10”) and The Devil In Me (7”) over at the Luv Store:

www.luvluvluv.tmstor.es

SPLASHH hit NYC! Go follow instagram.com/splashhband to see what they’re up to x

SPLASHH hit NYC! Go follow instagram.com/splashhband to see what they’re up to x

"On the basis of their assured, sensitive pop, there’s every reason to believe what’s been revealed to date is only a small fragment of something way more ambitious." - This Is Fake DIY on Woman’s Hour.

Check out Woman’s Hour on the cover of this week’s This Is Fake DIY!

Check out Woman’s Hour on the cover of this week’s This Is Fake DIY!

The Wytches’ cover of Ace of Base is making this Monday morning a hell of a lot better…

Splashh tour diary featured in this month’s issue of The Fly!

http://issuu.com/theflymagazine/docs/the_fly_november_2013/3?e=0%2F5501485

“Woman’s Hour have mastered the sound of subtly pained, emotive, wistful indie with an electronic twist” - Time Out London on this week’s best live shows!  This Wednesday at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club! Tickets here: http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/10893/chk/18bf

Woman’s Hour have mastered the sound of subtly pained, emotive, wistful indie with an electronic twist” - Time Out London on this week’s best live shows!

This Wednesday at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club!

Tickets here: http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/10893/chk/18bf

We ADORE this. Directed by FKA twigs and Tom Beard.

hatehatehaterecords:

HHH co hosted a showcase at this years CMJ Festival, with NME, last Wednesday (16th Oct) at Glasslands in Brooklyn. 

Cheers to everyone who made it down, was a great success! Hopefully we will be back next year for another showcase. Check out all the bands that played the showcase through the links below.

Yuck

Courtney Barnett

Eagulls

Porcelain Raft

Theo Verney

Eagulls completely blew me away, easily the best band of the week for me!

(via hatehatehaterecords-deactivated)

The Telegraph have done a piece on those they feel missed out on a Mercury nomination, they’ve included SPLASHH and their album, Comfort: “This quartet look and sound a lot like Hackney’s answer to Tame Impala: all Seventies T-shirts, grungy haircuts, Beatlesy melodies and dizzying guitar haze. With the underground resurgence in hippyish psychedelic rock conspicuously under-represented on this year’s list, Splashh’s excellent debut effort would have made a sensible addition.”

The Telegraph have done a piece on those they feel missed out on a Mercury nomination, they’ve included SPLASHH and their album, Comfort:

“This quartet look and sound a lot like Hackney’s answer to Tame Impala: all Seventies T-shirts, grungy haircuts, Beatlesy melodies and dizzying guitar haze. With the underground resurgence in hippyish psychedelic rock conspicuously under-represented on this year’s list, Splashh’s excellent debut effort would have made a sensible addition.”

Check out Felix from The Maccabees's new column in NME Magazine featuring SPLASHH!

Check out Felix from The Maccabees's new column in NME Magazine featuring SPLASHH!

Check out Mairead’s (owner of Luv Luv Luv and manager of Florence + The Machine) interview with yesterday’s The Observer about sexism in the music industry…
"The Women On Top Of The Music Industry"
#girlpower

Check out Mairead’s (owner of Luv Luv Luv and manager of Florence + The Machine) interview with yesterday’s The Observer about sexism in the music industry…

"The Women On Top Of The Music Industry"

#girlpower

CMJ & NEW YORK!!!!!

Luv Luv Luv and Hate Hate Hate decided to head over to New York to CMJ - we had a blast but happy to be home of course, a few pounds heavier, livid (massive portions). 

Before we get to the photos, here are the top bands that we saw over the few days of CMJ (in alphabetical order), CLICK on the names to find more information.

Coin 

Eagulls (fave) 

Mood Rings 

Panama Wedding

Perfect Pussy

Spires

Wet

Yaco Gardiner

The above bands were our favourites - check them out!!

Onto the photos….

BYE LONDON!!

We arrived before the festival so decided to get down to Coney Island and enjoy some rides and Nathan’s hotdogs and generally be a bit touristy.

We’re here!!! Hey New York, with your massively tall amazing buildings

Music industry out in force in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.


Thought i’d include this as its quite cute and was a bit weird coming across 10 dogs in a window. How much is that doggy in the window with the hoody?

Wednesday night was showcase night! FUN FUN FUN. Below is the poster. It was a really great night, heaving with gig goers. Yuck were slightly late as their flight was delayed and then they lost their peddles which were in the venue the whole time. Eagulls were our faves, excluding Hate Hate Hate’s Theo Verney, obviously.

We went All American and went to the Brooklyn Nets vs Miami Heat basketball. It was sooo fun, the most American thing ever, hip hop and basketball, hot dogs and beer.

Our lovely friend Matthew Hitt who plays in Drowners, they played, definitely check them out

Came across this record shop, Second Hand Rose Music, its a must visit for record lovers, packed from top to bottom. 

Oh, we were lucky enough to stubble across the latest Banksy project.

We went to watch our old pal, Ryan Jarman (from The Cribs) new project, Exclamation Pony . Very different to Cribs, but fun to watch.

We couldnt go to New York and not see Blood Orange. A fantastic show of course. Got down and danced. 

After the Blood Orange show, we somehow managed to find a $7 limo, bargain. 

CMJ came to an end, and slightly exhausted from gigging, eating, walking, drinking, smoking, we decided to go upstate for a little rest. Came across this spooky town, called Sharon Springs, if youre ever in the Catskills go visit it, eerie!

We couldnt have gone upstate and not visited Woodstock, we didnt actually see the site, but the town was really cool and had a couple of great thrift stores, and loads of tie dye.

Oh hai London!! Back we are. Such a good trip with tonnes of good music.