Monday, June 29, 2009


Part Chimp 'Thriller'

Released 21st September 2009


1. Trad
2. ffffff
3. Dirty Sun
4. Sweet T
5. Tomorrow Midnite
6. Today 2
7. Today 3
8. Super Moody
9. Star Piss

It's a treat, this one. As usual.

Nike vs Lance Amstrong vs Auto Rock

Thursday, June 25, 2009


Last night's 'secret' Mogwai show took place at the Picturehouse in Edinburgh, following the UK premiere of the 'All Tomorrow's Parties' film.

Setlist here: 2009 gigography. Thanks Andy.

If anyone has photos etc, please get in touch.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Mogwai play secret show

Stuart on Twitter last night:

We are playing a secret show next Wednesday.
Next Wednesday is 24th June.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

ATP film premiere and concert - 24th June

All Tomorrow's Parties - The Film has it's UK Premiere Next Wednesday June 24 in Edinburgh, presented by Future Cinema.

This special event will see the film brought to life with Edinburgh's Picturehouse transformed into a vintage holiday camp for the night, a surprise live set from a major Scottish band, midnight bingo with Warp and ATP give-aways, Belle and Sebastian DJs and much much more. The Scotsman chose it as their #1 Festival Highlight, so it's not to be missed!

Concert-only tickets:

Combined tickets to the screening & concert:

Visit the website for screening info, trailers and more:

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Porcupine Pie

Brief Rock Action update:

Errors remix of Manic Steet Preacher's 'All Is Vanity'

Errors UK and European festival dates (July/August):

Remember Remember drive the full length of the UK twice in a week (tour dates in mid-July):

Thanks Craig.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Last Hope

Spunk Presents...'Last Hope'

A series of sixteen original short films compiled by Andrew Kidman (Glass Love/ Litmus) and Spunk Records.

Andrew Kidman chose six of his favourite surfing filmmakers to create short films that were inspired by the sea. The filmmakers include Albert Falzon (Morning Of The Earth), Jon Frank (Litmus), Monty Webber, Michelle Lockwood (Kids) and American underground surf filmmakers Patrick Trefz (Thread) and Richard Kenvin (Hydrodynamica). Kidman also provides four special cuts of his own.

The filmmakers created their short films to music selected by Aaron Curnow from some of the greatest independent contemporary artists; Smog, Sufjan Stevens, Mogwai, My Morning Jacket, Dirty Three, Holly Throsby, Vetiver, Bonnie Prince Billy and The Brown Birds From Windy Hill.

Initially the Last Hope DVD is being released with a bonus CD of the films soundtrack. Plus a 24 page booklet with thoughts, interviews and images from the filmmakers in some damn fancy one off packaging. - Andrew Kidman's website

Released 3rd July.
Anyone know which Mogwai track is featured?
Anyone seen any clips from the films?

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

ATP Film premiere and concert - 24th June

Future Cinema & Warp X announce unique All Tomorrow’s Parties concert to follow UK Film Premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival

Future Cinema and Warp X, in association with ATP, have released tickets to ‘The Night of Musical Delights’, a spectacular concert that will follow the UK Premiere screening of ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on June 24th.

The concert is part of a unique live cinema event presented by Future Cinema – the creative force behind Secret Cinema - which will see the Edinburgh Picturehouse transformed into a 1950s Holiday Camp for the screening. Audiences will see and hear the film brought to life through a fusion of music and performance, complete with midnight bingo, Northern Soul dancers and lovely legs competitions.

The concert will feature live music and DJ’s including Belle and Sebastian's Chris Geddes, and culminate in a very special headline set from a top-secret Scottish act.

ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES is a kaleidoscopic journey into the parallel musical universe of the cult music festival of the same name. The film is a semi-found multi media bricolage shot by over two hundred filmmakers, fans and musicians over the festival’s recent history, with key contributions from co-director Jonathan Caouette (Tarnation) and cinematographer Vincent Moon (The Take Away Shows, Arcade Fire). The film is co-developed and financed by the Warp X partners, Film4, UKFC, EM Media and Screen Yorkshire.

Tickets to ‘The Night of Musical Delights’ are on sale now. More information is available at

Combined tickets to the screening & concert are also on sale and can be purchased through the Edinburgh International Film Festival Box Office.

Following its Edinburgh premiere, there will be a series of special events across the UK in September to tie-in with the September 21st DVD release of ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES.

Visit the website for screening info, trailers and more:

Mogwai in Malaysia on YouTube