1. Archie Bronson Outfit - Wild Strawberries (Domino)
This is a track from the new Archie Bronson Outfit album which was released through Domino last week. It's called "Coconut" and is the follow-up to their 2006 album "Derdang Derdang" which got quite a bit of coverage on this site at the time. Good stuff.
25th March - Newcastle, Cluny
26th March - Glasgow, King Tuts
27th March - Dublin, Whelans
28th March - Manchester, Academy 3
30th March - Bristol, Thelka
31st March - London, ULU
2. Shonen Knife - P.Y.O. (Pick Your Own) (P-Vine)
Another track from the new Shonen Knife record "Free Time".
3. Kyte - Like She Said (Kids)
This is the first taster from the new Kyte album "Dead Waves" which will be released through Kids on 19th April and preceded by a single "Ihnfsa" on 12th April. The other day I was trying to find my copy of their 2008 mini album which I could swear I have on 10" vinyl but as with most things in this house, the cat must have nicked it.
11th March - Leicester, Firebug
22nd March - London, The Lexington
2nd May - London, Camden Crawl
5th May - Oxford, Jericho
6th May - Ipswich, Swan
9th May - Southampton, Joiners
10th May - Brighton, Freebut
13th May - Bristol, Start The Bus
20th May - Bath, Moles
22nd May - Sheffield, Plug
25th May - York, Stereo
4. The Jacobins - Hey Batman! (Where's Robin) (Self Released)
This is a track from the new E.P. by The Jacobins who come from somewhere in the Midlands. It's a four track affair and can be purchased from the band via their myspace page.
5. The Joy Formidable - Popinjay (Self Released)
Brilliant new single by one of the best bands around. This will be released as a limited edition seven inch single on 5th April. No date has yet being announced for the new album but listening to this, it's gonna be something.
14th March - Manchester, Ruby Lounge
15th March - Liverpool, Korova
16th March - Nottingham, Bodega
17th March - Leeds, Cockpit
19th March - Cambridge, Portland Arms (SOLD OUT)
20th March - Bimingham, Academy 2
21st March - Oxford, Academy 2
22nd March - Brighton, Audio
24th March - London, Electric Ballroom
25th March - Southampton, Joiners
26th March - Bristol, Start The Bus
27th March - Cardiff, Barfly
29th March - Northampton, Roadmender
30th March - Sheffield, Academy 2
31st March - Newcastle, Academy 2
1st April - Wrexham, Central Station
3rd April - Glasgow, King Tuts
4th April - Inverness, Madhatters
5th April - Aberdeen, Snafu
6th April - Dundee, Fat Sams
6. Babe Rainbow - Celebrate (Warp)
Another track from the brilliant "Shaved E.P."
7. The Fall - Mexico Wax Solvent (Domino)
The wait is finally over. It seems like years since the last Fall album, but was it worth the wait I can hear you asking. The simple answer is a massive YES because "Our Future Your Clutter" contains some of Mark E Smith's finest work in years. The album has nine tracks including a version of Wanda Jacksons "Funnel Of Love" and will be released on 26th April on various formats including a rather essential double vinyl edition. What it basically comes down to is the fact that this album is just about perfect and if it isn't on your shopping list you should consider my Dr Martin boot inserted firmly in your rectum.
24th April - Edinburgh, Studio 24
29th April - Dublin, Tripod
2nd May - Keel Uni, Ballroom
4th May - Nottingham, Rock City
7th May - London, Shepherds Bush Empire
8th May - Aldershot, Palace
9th May - Brighton, Concorde 2
16th May - Minehead, All Tomorrows Party's
21st May - Wakefield, Baine Lane Working Mens Club
8. The Wind Up Birds - The Night Soil (Sturdy)
This is a track from new Leeds band The Wind Up Birds who will release their debut single "Tyre Fire" at the end of the month through Sturdy Records.
9. We Were Promised Jetpacks - With The Benefit Of Hindsight (Fat Cat)
Taken from the Glasgow band's new "The Last Place You'll Look" E.P. which will be released through the eternally impressive Fat Cat Records on 12th April.
28th March - Edinburgh, Haddowfest, Bongo Club
15th April - London, Hoxton Bar & Grill
10. The Jakesperiment - Schwarz (Bad Panda)
Some moments of loveliness to end this weeks Fodder. This is the latest release from netlabel Bad Panda who release a new track for you to download every week completely free through the creative commons licence thingemigig. The Jakesperiment is a 19 year old from Indonesia called Dissa Kamajaya and I have to admit this is the