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From Wednesday 30 April 2003

Howard Complies

No Comply and Howards Alias are embarking on a split headline tour come this July and August… July 25th Bath Porterbutt 26th Bedford Esquires 27th Peterborough Met Lounge 29th Wolves Little Civic 30th Hastings Crypt 31st Southampton Joiners August 01st High Wycombe White Horse 02nd Coventry General Wolfe 03rd Cardiff 04th Exeter Cavern Club 05th Bristol Junction 06th Derby

Have you read my journals?

Submitted by Craig: The Copperpot Journals have inked a deal with German label Defiance Records. The band will release a full length album on Defiance and Firefly Recordings later this year.

Can you hit a homer?

Homegrown will be supported by The Early November and The Halo Friendlies on their July UK tour. Cheers to Toby for the update.

These are ma boyz!

Leeds Josephs Well, Sunday May 4 – Oceansize, Four Day Hombre and the superb The Next Autumn Soundtrack. £5 advance, doors @ 8pm.

A new sprog for the family?

Although we will soon be saying goodbye to No Big Deal after they split up, Punktastic looks set to add to its ‘family’ of hosted bands. We have to keep quiet for the minute, but it’s a very, very exciting addition if I do say so

Hot Water Single

Hot Water Music will be releasing their new single, ‘Remedy’, on the 19th May. You can catch the band on tour, supported by the Donots, on the following dates: 13-May Brighton Concorde 14-May Portsmouth

A reminder

The Halo Friendlies, Wednesday May 7, London Underworld – supported by Hiding With Girls and Johnny Truant.

The soundtrack to my life

Motion City Soundtrack have been confirmed as main support on Sugarcult‘s UK tour. Sugarcult have also confirmed they will be playing the second stage at Glastonbury on June 29.

Straight from the King Prawn mailout…

It appears the boys have had to cancel their gig at the KASSA in Plymouth on the 3rd May as the venue has shutdown… They apoligise for any inconvenience and hope to make it back to the area soon.

Tuesday 29 April 2003

More Reading/Leeds confirmations

Apparently at tonight’s Portsmouth Movielife gig (yes we are THAT hot off the press) frontman Vinnie told fans that Thursday and A Static Lullaby were both playing Reading and Leeds! Rockage!