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NEWS DIGEST - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Hold_steady The Hold Steady will headline the All Tomorrow's Parties festival at Camber Sands next year. The hard-rocking New Yorkers join the likes of Hot Chip, Black Lips, Les Savy Fav, and Los Campesinos. The event is due to take place between the 9th and 11th of May 2008.

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Explosions In The Sky will curate the second All Tomorrow's Parties bonanza (May 16-18). Ween, Wooden Ships, Dinosaur Jr, Sebadoh, Meat Puppets, and the superbly named Pissed Jeans, are also set to take the stage.

Tickets are price £140 (including accomadation) and are available from www.atpfestival.com.

- As the Sex Pistols settle into their 2007 residency at Brixton Academy, John Lydon reveals why the band are once again back in Blightly and ready to do business. Read the full interview by heading over to The Telegraph site.

- Radiohead have set a release date for the CD version of their new album In Rainbows. The record - also available on vinyl -  will hit shelves on December 31. A single, Jigsaw Falling Into Place, will follow on January 14, 2008. For the full MOJO review of In Rainbows, pick up our new issue - on sale now!

- Happy Birthday Roy Wood! Here's the hirsute songsmith with The Move in 1969.

The Move - Fire Brigade


Posted by Ross_Bennett at 12:39PM | Categories: News