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From Tuesday 29 July 2003

Whitmore new stuff and interview details

Whitmore are to release a new album on Moon Ska early next year. New songs expected to feature are: “The Re-occurring dream (about flicking the bean)”, “Skunk No.1”, “Too Long Too Late” and “Holding Out”. The band themselves feel the new stuff will “without doubt beat

Yank your pop

5 Cent Deposit remaining UK tour dates… August 1st, Norwich @ Arts Centre August 2nd, Worcester @ CYC August 3rd, Leicester @ Attik August 5th, Yeovil @ Alice Springs August 6th, Swindon @ Furnace August 7th, High Wycombe @ White Horse August 8th, Tunbridge Wells @ Wells Forum August 9th, London @ Underworld

Ska. Rock.

Submitted: Welsh ska/punks Shootin’ Goon are playing 2 dates in Scotland this week. 31st July @ Bannermans, Edinburgh w/Misled Youth, My Own Religion and Muwk. Doors 7.30. £4. 1st August @ Cotton Club, Dundee w/Strikeout, Misled Youth, Tear Jerk, My Own

This zine rocks. Literally

Submitted: ‘Issue 6 of A Short Fanzine About Rocking’ contains interviews with; Poison The Well, Brand New, My Awesome Compilation, Million Dead, Something Corporate, Killswtich Engage, Hiding With Girls, Time In Malta, Midasuno,

Ataris supports confirmed

Submitted by David: “Snowdogs have been confirmed to support the Ataris on their Edinburgh, Newport and Norwich shows .”

Rumours schrumours

Submitted: “Bit of news about the No Use For A Name tour in October/november, support will be coming from None More Black and Bigwig. Dates are supposed to be up ‘really soon’.”

A good offer

Brand New Hero Records are running another ‘3 For 2’ promotion on everything in their store. Check it out at

Ye Wiles interview

Just go here for the text of the Ye Wiles interview conducted yesterday. The Lightyear one will be up towards the end of the week. And rereading the YW one it might seem that it may offend people, but it shouldn’t, since the

Good support

Coheed and Cambria and Further Seems Forever have been confirmed as supports on the forthcoming Thursday tour.

Monday 28 July 2003

FFAF/TML dates

Submitted by Andy: Funeral For A Friend dates. The Movielife will support on all dates. Hondo Maclean open from October 7-16 while Million Dead open from October 16-29. Wolverhampton Wulfun Hall October 7 Bristol University 8 Exeter Lemon Grove 9 Reading University 10