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From Sunday 19 June 2016

LIVE: Meet Me In St Louis / TTNG / Vincent Vocoder Voice @ The Dome, London

Nine years since calling it a day, then Guildford based math-rock pioneers find themselves in-front of a larger crowd than ever before. Struggling to fill small venues at the time of their demise, the news of their return was met with pockets of pure jubilation. Their one-off reunion show

Friday 26 February 2016

ArcTanGent looks even more incredible with new announcement

ArcTanGent had us excited the moment they announced, with American Football, SikTh and Toe leading the charge. With their latest additions they have further upped the ante, confirming La Dispute and an UK festival exclusive by the recently reformed Meet Me In St Louis. Atmospheric powerhouse Yndi Halda are set

Friday 29 January 2016

Second London Meet Me In St Louis show added

Tickets for the Meet Me In St Louis reunion went on sale this morning, with the London date selling out in a matter of minutes. To satisfy disappointed fans, a further date has been added at London’s Dome on the 19th June. The band recently put their full

Wednesday 27 January 2016

Meet Me In St Louis are back for two very special UK shows

If you missed Meet Me In St Louis the first time around, 2016 is the year to make amends. Having parted ways in 2007 following the departure of vocalist Toby Hayes, the Surrey post-hardcore meets math-rock quintet are back for two very special UK shows. β€œThe planets have aligned and

Friday 20 November 2015

Remind yourself why Meet Me In St Louis were your favourite band

May 2007. I find myself on a boat in the middle of a roundabout in Leeds (known as the Dry Dock to most), either preparing for or recovering from the nearby Slam Dunk Festival. Which of the two it was, I can’t remember. Either way, a group of youngsters

Tuesday 09 October 2007

Meet Me In St Louis – Glasgow SECC Hall 4

Meet Me In St. Louis (Support: Caesura, Welcome the Tourist) Venue/Location: The Boiler Room/Guildford Every now and again a band shows up on the UK toilet circuit that manages to turn a few collective heads and create a bit of a stir. I?d stick my