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From Thursday 30 September 2004

Zen get cocker’d

Zen Baseball Bat have a stash of new tour dates which can be read by clicking ‘discuss this item’. The band had ‘Love it too much’ selected as the theme tune to the Liverpool Biennial Arts 04 International Festival. The track will feature on a documentary about the festival

Not very organised

Submitted by Jacob: “The Letters Organize have cancelled their UK tour due to not being let into the country.”

Robot ska

Submitted: “Robolint the crazy ska/punk/metal crew from devon have put their “I Wanna Be Massive EP” for streaming at . Also there are plans to record an album in the next few months and released is hoped to be around Xmas time.”

Gimme gimme gimme an MP3 after midnight

Wanna hear a new Me First and the Gimme Gimme’s song? A cover of an REO Speedwagon song? Course you do! Click here to download ‘Take It On The Run’ and here for the tracklisting.

Fandangle sign to Moon?

Submitted by the ever reliable Kieran: “At their sell out local gig at the Aldershot West End Centre a couple of weeks ago, Fandangle announced they’ve been signed on a one-album contract with Moon Ska Europe!”

Time called on games

Gametime have split up.

Once upon a time

The new The Starting Line record will be called ‘Based On A True Story.’

Wednesday 29 September 2004

Spilled for the first time in the UK

The Spill Canvas make their first trek to the UK in November and the dates are: 20th P.S. Bridgend 21st Little Civic Wolves 22nd Academy Liverpool 23rd Studio Glasgow 24th University Newcastle 25th Zodiac Oxford 26th Metro London

I’m back and ready to bore

Copeland have a massive sale at their online store. Check it out here.


Atreyu and Every Time I Die tour in December. More dates are to be announced. Dec 13 – Ifor Bach Womanby St Cardiff Dec 14 – Manchester University Dec 16 – Northumbria University Newcastle Dec 18 – Oxford Zodiac Dec 19 – Wedgewood Rooms Portsmouth