LIVE: DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL – 04/06/2012

- VARIOUS VENUES, MANCHESTER - Back for its third year in Manchester, Dot to Dot has come along tremendously since it started in Nottingham in 2005. Ever since then they have continuously created compelling line-ups, bringing some of the best new and upcoming talent to an exciting inner-city environment. This year’s line-up is certainly no exception. As soon as I finish work for the day¸ I rush down to Sound Control to catch 2:54. This is the sixth... Read More

NEWS: DOLDRUMS – FREE MP3 ‘JUMP UP’ + LIVE DATES

With great reviews resonating from SXSW and The Great Escape and a European tour with Grimes now well underway, Doldrums has uploaded the second track from his forthcoming 3-track 12” single for free download and confirmed a London headline show. Released on June 4th through Berlin label Souterrain Transmissions, ‘Jump Up’ is the second track on the ‘Egypt’ limited edition 12” blue vinyl single, described as “a ravey romp that rides... Read More

NEWS: THE HUNDRED IN THE HANDS – ANDY STOTT REMIX VIDEO + TOUR DATES

The Hundred In The Hands are releasing their new album ‘RED NIGHT’ on June 12th via Warp Records, and in anticipation, the band have shared Andy Stott’s ethereal remix of their single “Keep It Low.” The remix swells with added bass and percussion, which Stott transposes against Eleanore Everdell’s transfixing vocals throughout. It can be found on the 12-inch “Keep It Low” single, which includes an original B-side (“Mountains”),... Read More

NEWS: DOT TO DOT LINE UP EXPANDS

The countdown to this year’s Dot To Dot is hotting up with just a month to go until a litany of the globe’s biggest buzz bands hit Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester over this coming Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend. Headlined by The Drums and Pulled Apart By Horses, and with appearances from Wavves, Willis Earl Beal, Dog Is Dead, Summer Camp, Lucy Rose, Pond and more, the tri-city event is set to reveal even more must-see acts for 2012, and you can... Read More

NEWS: DOT TO DOT 2012 – SPECIAL DISCOUNTED TICKETS IN CONJUCTION WITH RECORD STORE DAY

Already well-established as the festival that brings you future stadium-fillers before any other event, Dot To Dot is set to unveil the second wave of acts on this year’s bill. The UK’s only touring festival, Dot To Dot will visit a multitude of venues in Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester this coming Jubilee bank holiday weekend headlined by The Drums and Pulled Apart By Horses and featuring some of the most electrifying up and coming acts currently... Read More

NEWS: DOT TO DOT ANNOUNCE NEW WAVE OF ACTS

Already well-established as the festival that brings you future stadium-fillers before any other event, Dot To Dot is set to unveil the second wave of acts on this year’s bill.  The UK’s only touring festival, Dot To Dot will visit a multitude of venues in Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester this coming Jubilee bank holiday weekend headlined by The Drums and Pulled Apart By Horses and featuring some of the most electrifying up and coming... Read More

NEWS: DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FIRST WAVE OF ACTS FOR 2012

Dot To Dot, the UKs only tri-city travelling festival returns for 2012 announcing its first salvo of must-see artists. Renowned in its seven year history for offering guaranteed crowd-pleasing bands alongside the first live glimpses of some of today’s biggest acts, which have included double Brits winner Ed Sheeran, The xx, Florence & The Machine, The Naked and Famous, Friendly Fires, Laura Marling and Mumford & Sons, this year’s multi-venue... Read More

LIVE: DE STAAT (DOT TO DOT) 31/05/2010

- THE DEAF INSTITUTE, MANCHESTER - It’s been a busy weekend for music festivals in Manchester. Hungry Pigeon has been and gone, Euro Cultured is still ongoing. Dot to Dot Festival’s placement on the Bank Holiday Monday is perhaps not ideal but Oxford Road is a buzz with people nevertheless. The bulk of today’s acts will perform at the Academy venues, but there are also some intriguing and lesser known acts lined up at both the Deaf Institute... Read More