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Music news round-up: Weds 10 July

King Krule releases his debut album, 6 Feet Beneath The Moon via XL on 24th August.

Quasi will release Mole City on 30th September. They head out on a UK tour throughout December.

05/12/13: The Fleece - Bristol
06/12/13: Brudenell Social Club - Leeds
07/12/13: Broadcast - Glasgow
08/12/13: Deaf Institute - Manchester
09/12/13: Hare & Hounds - Birmingham
10/12/13: Colchester Arts Centre - Colchester
11/12/13: Shepherds Bush Empire - London
12/12/13: Norwich Arts Centre - Norwich
13/12/13: Cargo - London
14/12/13: The Haunt - Brighton

The album will be available on deluxe double heavyweight vinyl with a Quasi 20 year anniversary fanzine, featuring photos, and musings by Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss, Carrie Brownstein, Jon Raymond, Corin Tucker, Jon Spencer and more plus Bonus CD-R ‘Covers’ EP features Quasi versions of Dont' Stop Me Now (Queen), Let's Get It On (Marvin Gaye), and What's So Funny 'Bout Peace Love & Understanding (Elvis Costello and the Attractions).

The first ten deluxe LP orders will receive a voice mail message from Sam & Janet whom will create a one of a kind outgoing phone message.

The Used have announced the release of a new EP, The Ocean Of The Sky. Physical copies of the new EP will only be available for purchase on the road during The Used’s US summer tour, starting July 5th. That's handy!


Iddy Biddy
Thought Criminal
The Ocean of The Sky

Courteeners' Liam Fray will play a series of acoustic shows at:


Thurs 19th Liverpool O2Academy 2
Fri 20th Leeds Cockpit
Sat 21st Glasgow King Tut’s
Tues 24th Oxford O2 Academy 2
Wed 25th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Thurs 26th London Scala
Fri 27th Sheffield Leadmill
Sun 29th Manchester Ritz

Superchunk have premiered a new song from their forthcoming album I Hate Music, a phrase our Editor has stencilled above his desk. A different version of the track b/w 'Sunset Arcade' - which does not feature on the album - will be available via limited edition 7" on 22nd July.

New Order have released a new video to tie in with the release of their Live at Bestival charity release.

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