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Listen to Billy Nomates’ mellow new single ‘saboteur forcefield’
Billy Nomates has shared her latest single ‘saboteur forcefield’ – you can watch the accompanying video for the track below.The song is the latest to be previewed from Bristol-based songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Tor Maries’ second studio album ‘CACTI’, which is set for release on January 13 via Invada Records.Speaking about ‘saboteur forcefield’, Maries said: “I think it’s about the inevitable feeble fight against feeling and progress.”You can watch the video for Billy Nomates’ ‘saboteur forcefield’ below.Billy Nomates has also announced a new set of UK and European tour dates for March and April 2023 – you can see her upcoming tour schedule below and find tickets here.March 202314 – Grand Mix, Lille, France15 – Petit Bain, Paris, France16 – L’astrolabe, Orleans, France17 – Rockschool Barbey, Bordeaux, France20 – El Sol, Madrid, Spain22 – La Nau, Barcelona, Spain24 – Le Périscope, Lyon, France25 – Covo Club, Bologna, Italy27 – Magnolia, Milan, Italy28 – Bogen F, Zurich, Switzerland29 – Milla, Munich, Germany31 – Badehaus, Berlin, GermanyApril 20231 – Loppen, Copenhagen, Denmark2 – Molotow, Hamburg, Germany4 – Blueshell, Cologne, Germany5 – Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam, Netherlands6 – Botanique Orangerie, Brussels, Belgium17 – Tramshed, Cardiff19 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham20 – New Century Hall, Manchester21 – Stylus, Leeds22 – St Lukes, Glasgow24 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle25 – Institute 1, Birmingham27 – Kentish Town Forum, London28 – Chalk, Brighton29 – Marble Factory, BristolPrior to that, Billy Nomates will tour in the UK next month – you can see those dates below.November22 – Village Underground, London (SOLD OUT)23 – The Bullingdon, Oxford24 – MASH, Cambridge26 – Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich (SOLD OUT)27 –
Eurovision’s Sam Ryder announces new European tour dates
TikTok star Sam Ryder, who will represent the UK at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, has announced a new set of European tour dates – check them out below.Tickets for the shows will go on sale to the general public on Friday (May 13) at 9am local time. You can get tickets for the concerts here.The tour will kick off in Germany on October 12, before heading to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.Check out Ryder’s full EU tour dates here:OCTOBER12 – Burgerhaus Stollwerck, Cologne, Germany14 – Debaser Strand, Stockholm, Sweden16 – Parkteatret, Oslo Norway17 – Lillie Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark19 – Columbia Theater, Berlin, Germany21 – Gruenspan, Hamburg, Germany24 – Grand Salon, Brussels, Belgium25 – Alhambra, Paris, France26 – Melkweg (Old hall), Amsterdam, Netherlands28 – Den Atelier, Luxembourg30 – Freiheitshalle, Munich, Germany31 – Papiersaal, Zurich, SwitzerlandNOVEMBER6 – Circolo Magnolia, Milan, Italy8 – Sala La De Apolo, Barcelona, Spain9 – Sala Mon, Madrid, SpainRyder, who co-wrote his Eurovision song ‘Space Man’ with the Grammy-winning songwriter Amy Wadge and Max Wolfgang, recently said about Eurovision: “Having been a fan of Eurovision since I was a kid, I am so honoured to have been presented with the opportunity to sing at an event alongside some of Europe’s most talented creatives, performers and songwriters.“I hope to sing my head off in a way the UK can be proud of, and to showcase a song I wrote with my friends last summer makes the whole experience even more special.
Kasabian unveil details of European tour dates
Kasabian have shared details of some new European tour dates – check them out below.The band will pay dates in Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and France later this year.Tickets go on sale on April 14 10am CET and you can buy ones for shows in France and Netherlands here and ones in Belgium and Germany here.Check out the full dates here:A post shared by Kasabian (@kasabianofficial)OCTOBER: 8 – Belgium, Brussels, Cirque Royal10 – Germany, Cologne, E-Werk11 – Germany, Berlin, Columbiahalle13  – Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS Live14 –  France, Paris, Olympia17 – Germany, Munich, TonhalleKasabian showcased new single ‘ALYGATYR’ at a homecoming show in Leicester last October.  The track, which is their first material since the departure of Tom Meighan, was shared by the band last year.The live performance saw guitarist Serge Pizzorno take lead vocals while The Music‘s Rob Harvey provided backing vocals at De Montfort Hall.The band performed their first show without Meighan last October as they began their 2021 UK tour.Meanwhile, Meighan recently opened up about his mental health, experience in rehab and “consequence culture” in a blog post published in September. The singer first discussed his assault conviction during an interview last year.
Listen to James Blake’s new dreamlike one-hour soundscape, ‘Wind Down’
James Blake has shared a new one-hour composition, ‘Wind Down’ – you can hear the new track below.The new “soundscape” has been created by Blake in collaboration with the adaptive sound wellness app Endel – who have previously collaborated with Grimes – with the aim of helping their users “move gently towards a good night’s rest”.‘Wind Down’, which is available on Endel’s range of apps, joins the company’s growing range of sleep and relaxation experiences, which combine Endel’s “signature elegant visuals and sounds with evidence-based insights on what prepares us for a better night’s rest”.“In approximately two hours, Wind Down traces an arc from wakefulness to sleep based on scientific input from SleepScore Labs, which partnered with Endel on this project,” a press release adds.“Wind Down lets me explore the more ambient side of my music and create a project to support people in a new way,” Blake said in a statement about ‘Wind Down’, which you can hear above.“It’s mesmerising to hear how my music blends with the science-based sounds of Endel’s AI and I think we’ve invented something not just beautiful or even meaningful, but truly practical.” Blake, who recently collaborated with Monica Martin for a new rendition of the latter’s track ‘Go Easy, Kid’, will tour in the UK and Europe in April and May.
Thousands of meteorites lying undiscovered in Antarctica offer clues about solar system
artificial intelligence program suggests there may be many more to find, and provides useful clues on where to look for them.The dark-coloured space rocks tend to show up well on the white background of the frozen continent’s ice fields, and a natural phenomenon that pushes snow and ice out to the coast helps concentrate any meteors that have fallen in Antarctica’s interior into places where researchers can find them.Rocks that have fallen from space are more than just interesting curiosities – they provide valuable information about the evolution about the solar system.One object, believed to have been thrown off the surface of Mars millions of years ago, was found to contain "potentially life-giving organic material” which scientists say represents the conditions on the Red Planet’s surface in the distant past.The new AI-led study, entitled A Data-driven Approach in the Search for Antarctic Meteorites, offers a chance to find many more of these fascinating objects.“Meteorites sample planetary bodies that formed and evolved in the Solar System,” the researchers explain, and this material is directly accessible at the Earth’s surface.“This great scientific value is the reason why Antarctic meteorite collection missions have been performed (almost) every year since the concentrating mechanism has been discovered”."We found some unexplored areas with a great potential to find meteorites," study lead author Veronica Tollenaar, a glaciologist at the Free University of Brussels in Belgium, told"By visiting these locations and using new recovery techniques in the field, such as surveys with drones, we are about to enter a new era of Antarctic meteorite recovery missions," she added.So far, some 45,000 meteorites