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Saturday, July 5th, 2008
2:23 pm
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Myfirstradio- progress- free download release
Myfirstradio- progress- free download release
At GIITTV we released another free download single a few weeks back.This features strings tickled by their good friends Claire, and Mike Siddel of Hope of the States, Troubles and Lightspeed Champion fame.

http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/mp3s/progress.mp3

Here's the dirty press release:

Kettering and Corby based four piece My First Radio release "Progress" as free download on the GIITTV singles club. The track comes as a precursor to a full physical single released on Series 8 records later in the year.Bside "My Secret Plan" will only be avaliable to GIITTV zine users(sign up here) for the first month before being made freely avaliable to all there after.


In a live setting My First Radio combine the fragile atmospherics of Engineers, Mogwai and Redjetson with the mashed up effects pedal punk of Bloc Party and add the vocal kick in the nuts of Six By Seven and latter day Primal Scream. You could call it shoegazing with size twelves.

In this context "Progress" is somewhat disarming, catching you totally off guard with its wistful, emotionally charged vocals which ache over a gentle piano motif eventually rising to a searing vocoder soaked ephiphany. The bside "My Secret Plan" combines knowing vocal interplay with spiralling shoegaze fuzz that smacks you about the face and lets you know who’s in charge here...


"...fast moving indie band." - The Guardian

"[My First Radio] launch you skywards on a rocket co piloted by Muse and Slowdive and fuelled by lashings of spiralling guitars... spacey, shoe gaze majesty..." - hearthefuture.org.uk

http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk
http://www.myspace.com/myfirstradio
Sunday, January 6th, 2008
5:02 pm
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Small Crew- Boxing Day/Getting Up -free downloads
FREE MP3 DOWNLOADS:

SMALL CREW- BOXING DAY
SMALL CREW- GETTING UP


GIITTV singles club releases "Boxing Day" and "Getting Up" free double a-side single available on www.godisinthetvzine.co.ukf rom the 26/12/07

In its third digital release the GIITTV singles club (an offshoot label of the cult music/culture webzine www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk) releases the double A-side "Boxing Day/Getting up" from beat combo Small Crew. Released as a free digital download on Boxing Day itself (so you won't forget what it's called).
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=2145&type=Fea...

Who are Small Crew? Small Crew is Richard Adderley and Dan Edwards (formerly of bands like The Boyfriends, The Lucas Group and Vermont), although neither is necessarily on any given Small Crew Recording. Small Crew is whoever is in the room at the time when Small Crew music is being made. Small Crew can also be at the end of a phone line, in the post or on a computer, radio or television. If you aid, facilitate or enjoy Small Crew activities, you are Small Crew. Activity is currently limited to this planet but this is purely for technical reasons.

Small Crew make any kind of music depending on what's in the room or who's on the phone. They like singing and dancing and they like to keep it dirty.

Small Crew are not a collective. They are a combo. To get a straight answer visit Small Crew at:

youaresmallcrew@hotmail.com

www.myspace.com/smallcrew

Ever get that anticlimactic feeling on the day after Christmas Day? It seems Small Crew have. A grand piano motif, complimented by cavernous drums ushers in "Boxing Day" a glorious musical shrug of the shoulders that aches with an indefinable sadness: for a relationship that could be crumbling? For the year that's gone? Or something all together more sinister? Reminiscent of early shoe gaze, floating, melancholic half remembering vocals look out of the window and wonder why it never snows even though the world seems so cold? A hazy head smiles politely as if to say sorry for the mistakes you've made ("You wear your new bruise on Boxing day/Look in the mirror and your face is grey.") and happy eyes cover up the lies of the picture perfect family gathering….



The virtual flipside "Getting Up" in contrast is a two minute jolt of indie pop: chiming guitars and keys ring out above a chopping rhythm, knowing, breathless vocals wipe the sleep from the eyes and go to school, certain that later that day you will hit the town for dancing on a Friday night ("Until you're smoking/Until you're Drinking/Until you're kissing/Until you're staying out."). A song: about self-empowerment perhaps? By the end of the night it offers a word of advice: life isn't always that straightforward, but your day will come ("Through a thousand gloomy days/And a thousand more mistakes/ you will find your own way"). It's got a instant melodic quality remincisant of Lloyd Cole and the Commotions or Richard Hawley, and hints at the best bittersweet melodies of Belle and Sebastian. In short it's rather brilliant.


Get previous Free GIITTV zine singles club downloads, from The Sailplanes and Time.Space.Repeat. here:

http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/singles_club.php
Tuesday, April 10th, 2007
3:56 pm
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Thursday, March 22nd, 2007
4:10 pm
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GIITTV UPDATE
Hi all.

Welcome to your irregular GIITTV update:

Interviews:
The Horrors
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1505&type=Interviews

Maple State
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1476&type=Interviews

Aqualung
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1468&type=Interviews

Features
Whose Space Is It Anyway?
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1487&type=Features

From Victorian to Modern – Innovation and Tradition.
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1469&type=Features

Security (Underground Literary Alliance)
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1458&type=Features

Videos:
Maximo Park:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1509&type=Features

This Et Al
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1484&type=Features

Bright Eyes
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1459&type=Features

Reviews
Albums
Enter Shikari
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1499&type=Albums
The Bees
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1498&type=Albums
Reliant K
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1486&type=Albums
Abdoujaparov
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1485&type=Albums
Butcher Boy
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1474&type=Albums

Singles
Razorlight
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1507&type=Singles
Maximo Park
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1502&type=Singles
Get Cape
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1501&type=Singles
Priya Thomas
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1504&type=Singles
Ghosts
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1481&type=Singles
The Svengalis
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1480&type=Singles
Snowfight in The City Centre
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1475&type=Singles

Live
Butcher Boy
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1511&type=Live
Arcade Fire
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1500&type=Live
Mr Hudson
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1482&type=Live
Amy Winehouse
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1483&type=Live
Enter Shikari
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1479&type=Live
BRMC
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1465&type=Live


Join our forum!!
Where you can converse/comment/debate/soundoff/plug:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/forum


Cheers
Monday, February 19th, 2007
7:41 pm
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Wednesday, January 17th, 2007
9:12 pm
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GIITTV zine update
Hi Kids,

Big things are happening at GIITTV zine but we need your input, your posts, your ideas, your music, your writing.


ere are the latest updates from the site in easy link form:

Features:
GIITTV's Tips for 2007
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1313&type=Features

Heroes Trailer:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1312&type=Features

Peter Kaye Book:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1307&type=Features

Charlotte Hatherly- Behave video
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1305&type=Features

The Triffids are back:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1304&type=Features

Reviews:

Bloc Party- A Weekend In The City
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1311&type=Albums

The Cooper Temple Clause - Make This Your Own
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1308&type=Albums

Gruff Rhys- Candylion
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1306&type=Albums



http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1303&type=Albums

Mad Staring Eyes
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1314&type=Demos

Crash My Model Car
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1309&type=Singles

Guillemots
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1302&type=Singles

The Automatic
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1300&type=Singles

Much more here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk

What do you think of these reviews have your say on our article comment pages:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/forum

Cheers
Thursday, December 7th, 2006
5:41 pm
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The big GIITTV 2006 vote and win: giveaway.
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1251&type=Features

2006, that was the year that was, well almost, there’s still time for one last hurrah my fellow GIITTVers, one last blow out before the clock strikes midnight and 2007 rolls around. We’re asking for your opinions, tell us what you’ve been listening to this year, who you rate, and who you don’t, the albums you loved, and the singles that blew your veritable head off. We will then collate the votes, and compile a big 2006 GIITTV readers best of, along with some of our choice picks. To tempt you into answering these questions, we are offering five of you lucky lucky readers (drawn out of a hat from everyone who enters), a bundle of CDs from our big Christmas sack, all of these are unplayed and in good to new condition. Just answer the questionnaire below, and state the top three CDs you’d like to receive, in order of preference, here’s the list ladies and gentlemen:

Lily Allen- LDN, Cherish- unappreciated, We Are Scientists- Crap Attack(2 discs) Monty Python Reissues- Holy Grail, Contractual Obligations, Previous Record, Matching Tie/Handkerchief, Breed 77- Blind, In My Blood (album)The Mars Volta- Amputechture, Voxtrott- Mothers, Sisters, Daughters Wives, Finlay Morton- Laughing Man, High School Musical- Breaking free, Story One- Album Sampler, The Charlatans- Best Of, Noisettes- Don’t Give up, Joe Driscoll- Origin Myths, Jamelia – Walk With Me(album), Sound Team- EP, 44- When Your Heart Stops Beating, Richard Ashcroft- Why Not Nothing, Wolfunkind- Triple Album, Pharrell- In My Mind(Album), Pernice Brothers- Live A Little, Ray Lamontagne – How Come, The Goodbye Plot-The Silent Fanfare.


GIITTV 2006 Readers Vote.





What are your top five albums for the year?

What are your top five singles for the year?

Your favourite band of the year?

Your favourite solo artist?

Your favourite live act?

Your favourite new/unsigned band?

Worst band of the year?

Your favourite radio show/presenter?

Your favourite film of 2006?

Your favourite TV presenter?And your least favourite?

Your hero of the year?
Saturday, December 2nd, 2006
8:43 pm
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Join the new look GIITTV zine!
Music/films/TV/Bands/Gigs/Culture/Discussion/Reviews/Features/Downloads:
Register here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/users/registration_signup.php
Chat here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/forum
Monday, November 20th, 2006
11:07 pm
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GIITCD COMPILATION FOR FIVE POUNDS!
The eighteen tracks of GIITCD reflect a slice of the brilliant blend of spoken word, indie, art rock, alternative and punk, which exists below the mainstream in this country. Sick and tired of being force-fed over produced, trendy, lifeless sounding bands, this is our small but heartfelt antidote to that. Raw, vital, and varied. It also significantly reflects the thriving unsigned and small label reviews section that has been at the core of our webzine, over the last 3 years. Supporting underground and emerging unsigned talent, where others have failed (we were one of the first zines’ to review the Arctic Monkeys’ demo, and interview the Long Blondes). We have been staunch supporters of indie fringe bands like Luxembourg and Nebraska both of whom are releasing albums shortly, and who we are sure you will be hearing more of in future.

The CD you hold in your warm hands was only made possible by the artists and bands financial contributions and musical efforts combined, it truly a is team effort. GITTCD kicks off with the searing, original, street poetry of Leeds' Penny Broadhurst, then goes to the dance floor with The Swear's superbly ironic "Disco Bitch", before diving down into your sub consciousness with the sensitive and timeless indie of former ‘Angular Records’ act Gifthorse.

GIITCD also features up and coming bands like the Donde Stars, Korova, and the Sailplanes. The beguiling sound of One Little Indian signing Rose Kemp. Plus unreleased exclusives from the likes of The International Karate Plus, Villette, Captain Polaroid, and Rhesus. The record pivots on the building atmospherics of Nakeru's "Long Walks on the Beach" and the dirty off the wall zoo rock sounds of The Empty Vessels' "Sex Disco." Before finishing strong with Bronz Rat signings the Gemma Ray Ritual, Small Town America favourites Akira, and the uncompromising sound of Salvo.

Any profits made will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. Please see the inlay sleeve for full details on the charitable element of this compilation. Click the button below, the compilation costs five pounds, a bargain for 18 quality tracks.

It can be purchased at Spillers or online here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/giitcd
Review: http://www.mapsmagazine.co.uk/compilations2.htm
Tuesday, November 14th, 2006
10:04 pm
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GIITTCD
GOD IS IN THE CD’, an Underground Compilation of UK music in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support is released on the 13th of November 2006!!

GIITTV (www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk) the music and culture webzine is three years old: to celebrate this, and our recent ‘facelift’ we decided to put together a compilation of unsigned and smaller label acts.

"(GIITTV Zine) is more pretentious than a weekend spent truffle picking with Brett Anderson"- The Fly

"GIITTV is a cultural revolution in a webzine."-MusicTouristBoard

The eighteen tracks of GIITCD reflect a slice of the brilliant blend of spoken word, indie, art rock, alternative and punk, which exists below the mainstream in this country. Sick and tired of being force-fed over produced, trendy, lifeless sounding bands, this is our small but heartfelt antidote to that. Raw, vital, and varied. It also significantly reflects the thriving unsigned and small label reviews section that has been at the core of our webzine, over the last 3 years. Supporting underground and emerging unsigned talent, where others have failed (we were one of the first zines’ to review the Arctic Monkeys’ demo, and interview the Long Blondes). We have been staunch supporters of indie fringe bands like Luxembourg and Nebraska both of whom are releasing albums shortly, and who we are sure you will be hearing more of in future.

The CD you hold in your warm hands was only made possible by the artists and bands financial contributions and musical efforts combined, it truly a is team effort. GITTCD kicks off with the searing, original, street poetry of Leeds' Penny Broadhurst, then goes to the dance floor with The Swear's superbly ironic "Disco Bitch", before diving down into your sub consciousness with the sensitive and timeless indie of former ‘Angular Records’ act Gifthorse.

GIITCD also features up and coming bands like the Donde Stars, Korova, and the Sailplanes. The beguiling sound of One Little Indian signing Rose Kemp. Plus unreleased exclusives from the likes of The International Karate Plus, Villette, Captain Polaroid, and Rhesus. The record pivots on the building atmospherics of Nakeru's "Long Walks on the Beach" and the dirty off the wall zoo rock sounds of The Empty Vessels' "Sex Disco." Before finishing strong with Bronz Rat signings the Gemma Ray Ritual, Small Town America favourites Akira, and the uncompromising sound of Salvo.

Any profits made will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. Please see the inlay sleeve for full details on the charitable element of this compilation. Click the button below, the compilation costs five pounds, a bargain for 18 quality tracks.


http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1189&type=Featuresg
Wednesday, September 20th, 2006
9:32 pm
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Interviews
Anyway some things GIITTV are really proud of right now:
Future of the Left (ex mclusky)Interview undertaken by Ishotthedeputy and kindly republished on GIITTV:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1062&type=Interviews
Camera Obscura Interview:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1067&type=Interviews
Get Cape. Wear Cape.Fly - Interview:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=1033&type=Interviews
Monday, September 18th, 2006
9:57 pm
[bloodflowerbill]
GIITCD LAUNCH NIGHT VS ARTFUL:CHARITY SHOW.
11th of October- The Purple Turtle in Camden!
http://www.purpleturtlebar.com/newsite/index.php
Profits are going to Shelter:
http://england.shelter.org.uk/home/index.cfm

GIITCD will be on sale on the night at a snip of your £5 english pounds.A superb CD of alternative, underground music. Featuring the likes of Penny broadhurst, Rose Kemp, Rhesus, Korova, The International Karate Plus, The Sailplanes, and The Gemma Ray Ritual. Its a document of the last three years of GIITTV http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk and a compilation CD not to be missed.

FEATURING

586!!!

London Trash pop kids 586 sound like a night drinking alcopops in the park, bottled into under-three-minute portions of headstrong, hyperactive agit punk. They're '70s glam-punks The Rezillos running from the rozzers, they're Art Brut spilling the Long Blondes cider. So good, we'd even hold their hair back when they're inevitably being sick next to the swings.Already caused a storm with their now sold out single "We got bored" their new one is out this Autumn.

"Arcade Fire meets Art Brut" says Conor Editor NME

"Bis meets the B52's" says Andy 'Come-out-2nite' Quirk


http://www.myspace.com/586

ROSE KEMP!!
A 21 year old with an impossibly rich and reaching voice accompanied by shimmering electric guitars thread paths between the prog of Mogwai and The Mars Volta, the two combining to carry content that is overwhelmingly contemporary and sets her firmly alongside the likes of Carina Round and PJ Harvey. Her songs and sets have earned her appearances at umpteen festivals, National Radio airplay, and support slots with the likes of The Subways, Cranebuilders, Gravenhurst, James Yorkston, King Creosote and Duke Special. Once youve heard her youll never forget it, her songs stick in your soul and pulse in your brain like nothing else on earth. Rose Kemp will rock your World.
http://www.myspace.com/rosekemp

THE SAILPLANES

The reviews say it all “Make a glorious noise that strips all of the best bits from Sonic Youth and Electrelane” “refreshingly divergent sound”, Their New EP”The Deepest Red” will be available to buy. “In no way does ‘The Deepest Red’ feel lightweight or unbalanced; partly due to the powerhouse drumming of Yola, punchy and with robotic precision, and partly due to the evocative edginess that comes from the vocals of Stacey and Tim”. Expect some noise.
http://www.myspace.com/thesailplanes


PENNY BROADHURST!
Penny Broadhurst comes from a small hamlet in the Yorkshire Dales, but currently resides in dirty old Leeds with her long-suffering husband. She is a musician, actor, singer, writer and spoken word artist. Her epic track "Rhythm Rebel" opens up GIITCD.Here's what the critics say:

"A good strong dose of Northern attitude or humour. I'm sure if you put Penny Broadhurst into the internet you'll find out plenty about her...if you dare!"
Patrick Wolf

"This Leeds lass comes across like your mum's fave Victoria Wood spitting out the rhymes of Mike Skinner - one much, much less annoying than that sounds. There's fire in Broadhurst's belly and bile in her brain, while her fiery spoken witticisms rock and roar. You can't mosh to poetry, but if you could, then you'd mosh to this."
NME

http://www.myspace.com/pennybroadhurst

One more tbc!
Wednesday, August 30th, 2006
2:36 pm
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GIITTV zine news flash
Firstly we have a gig coming up this Saturday at the Metro in London featuring the likes of The Indelicates and the Bridge gang full details here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/news/news_detail.php?id=22

There's also a splendid(even if we do say so ourselves) interview with the Indelicates here:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=983&type=Interviews

There's also two superb round ups. Firstly what we've been listening to this month featuring our picks of the last month in music:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=984&type=Features

Plus a new feature called myspace monthly, where we pick out the best in new bands on myspazz:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/content/content_detail.php?id=996&type=Features

Finally Luxembourg have announced details of their new album:
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/news/news_detail.php?id=73

Thank you for your time.
Good day.
Saturday, August 26th, 2006
4:41 pm
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Friday, August 25th, 2006
6:23 pm
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Tuesday, August 8th, 2006
4:50 pm
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Monday, August 7th, 2006
3:28 am
[bloodflowerbill]
The Indelicates/The Bridge Gang@The Metro
Hosted By: Bill Cummings
When: Saturday Sep 02, 2006
at 8:00 PM
Where: The Metro
19-23 Oxford Street
London, W1
UK
Description:
Bill Cummings

Click Here To View Event
Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
8:11 pm
[bloodflowerbill]
GIITTV@THE METRO IN AID OF BATTERSEA DOGS HOME
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk and Jim Rhesus productions present:

GIITTV@THE METRO IN AID OF BATTERSEA DOGS HOME.


The Indelicates:

The Indelicates, since their Brighton debut last september, have rapidly been establishing themselves as one of the most exciting new bands in the UK. Essentially the joint project of Simon (well-known in Brighton as a poet, singer/songwriter and author of musicals) and Julia Indelicate (a gifted photographer who resigned her post in sixties-girl-band tribute act, The Pipettes, last march), The Indelicates write accomplished songs that sit somewhere between folk and stadium rock with an incisive, genuinely intelligent lyrical sensibility.

'Neo-Brecht/Weill theatricality? Check. Profane razor strop wit? Check. Irreverent misanthropy? Check. Scathing socio-cultural critiques? Check. Acid sweet indiepop songcraft? Check. Meet the first Great band of 2006, the fabulously unfashionable, unfashionably fabulous Indelicates.' (Rolling Stone)

‘Stunning’ they ‘share their sharp wit and social commentary with 90s brainiacs Black Box Recorder, but soften it with a spoonful of Belle & Sebastian’s twee-yet-epic ensemble indie’. (NME)

http://www.theindelicates.com
http://www.myspace.com/theindelicates

THE BRIDGE GANG winners of GIITTV ZINE’S unsigned demo of 2005 award, have been creating a real buzz in the capital this year. With a new single set for a release soon, this bands tuneful mix of the Clash and the Libertines is sure to delight everyone!
“London Sky Tonight, is an opening track simply oozing with quality. Though it’s sort of Strokes-y, there’s so much more. Clever chord changes, a superb vocal performance, and an overall atmosphere which makes London Sky Tonight put a smile on your face. It’s just brilliant; you’ll have to listen to it. The Bridge Gang’s demo is, at last, something different and fresh, with songs to put some prominent artists to shame. It must be onwards and upwards from here.”( GIITTV ZINE)

http://www.thebridgegang.com
http://www.myspace.com/thebridgegang
PLUS:
THE VIDEO CLUB
In 2004 London pair Nicolas Biscuit and Matt Biscuit (formely of Art Brut and the Art Goblins) formed The Video Club. They are the sleaziest thing this side of Prince creating a sound Dubbed “Regency Hardcore” they combine electro beats with tales of depravity.
“The VC unleash a synth fuelled romp, which had it been released a couple of years ago would have been tarred with the electroclash brush and discarded into the dustbin of camp novelty. Fortunately for them (and us) songs like 'National Trust (I'm the King of England)' are propelled by sufficiently arse shaking beats and compulsive synth stabs, and if the songs don't get you, singer Matt Biscuit's rogueish charms will.” (JoyZine)
http://www.thevideoclub.net/


THE SCREAMING BALLERINAS are set to break your heart and set the dancefloor alight with their Infectious Disco punk pop with sublime melodies and and a glamourous, jaw dropping stage show.... brace yourselves.
DJS: ADIE TIGERTRAP, BLOODFLOWERBILL(GIITTV EDITOR)
Wednesday, July 19th, 2006
3:56 pm
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New look over at GIITTV zine
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk

We've worked on a database style, that allows you to comment on articles and create your own profile.Also search articles ect ect

More improvements to come.
Wednesday, July 12th, 2006
2:19 pm
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GIITTV@THE METRO
http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk and Jim Rhesus productions present:

GIITTV@THE METRO IN AID OF BATTERSEA DOGS HOME.


THE INDELICATES, since their Brighton debut last september, have rapidly been establishing themselves as one of the most exciting new bands in the UK. Essentially the joint project of Simon (well-known in Brighton as a poet, singer/songwriter and author of musicals) and Julia Indelicate (a gifted photographer who resigned her post in sixties-girl-band tribute act, The Pipettes, last march), The Indelicates write accomplished songs that sit somewhere between folk and stadium rock with an incisive, genuinely intelligent lyrical sensibility. They've been tipped by everyone from Maps to Rolling Stone, come and see one of 2006's most exciting new bands.

'Neo-Brecht/Weill theatricality? Check. Profane razor strop wit? Check. Irreverent misanthropy? Check. Scathing socio-cultural critiques? Check. Acid sweet indiepop songcraft? Check. Meet the first Great band of 2006, the fabulously unfashionable, unfashionably fabulous Indelicates.' (Rolling Stone)

‘Stunning’ they ‘share their sharp wit and social commentary with 90s brainiacs Black Box Recorder, but soften it with a spoonful of Belle & Sebastian’s twee-yet-epic ensemble indie’. (NME)

http://www.theindelicates.com
http://www.myspace.com/theindelicates

THE BRIDGE GANG winners of GIITTV ZINE’S unsigned demo of 2005 award, have been creating a real buzz in the capital this year. With a new single set for a release soon, this bands tuneful mix of the Clash and the Libertines is sure to delight everyone!
“London Sky Tonight, is an opening track simply oozing with quality. Though it’s sort of Strokes-y, there’s so much more. Clever chord changes, a superb vocal performance, and an overall atmosphere which makes London Sky Tonight put a smile on your face. It’s just brilliant; you’ll have to listen to it. The Bridge Gang’s demo is, at last, something different and fresh, with songs to put some prominent artists to shame. It must be onwards and upwards from here.”( GIITTV ZINE)

http://www.thebridgegang.com
http://www.myspace.com/thebridgegang

PLUS: THE SCREAMING BALLERINAS- MORE DETAIL TO FOLLOW
ONE MORE TBC
DJS: ADIE TIGERTRAP, BLOODFLOWERBILL(GIITTV EDITOR)
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