Last night we were treated to a bit of SBTRKT totally live from Maida Vale, where he also debuted two new tunes as well - alongside special guests. Listen back to the whole lot above and grab tickets to his Brixton Academy show while you still can here…

Here’s an ace new video for East India Youth’s new single Hinterland. As anyone who has seen this one live can attest, it is an intense, spectral treat. Grab tickets to see him at Heaven, here:

Today we are excited to announce a new show for Caribou at O2 Academy Brixton (UK)14th of March 2015! 

Pre-sale tickets from 9am this Wednesday here:

We’re excited to add two brilliant supports for SBTRKT’s big Brixton Academy show. Denai Moore, who you can hear above and the genius newcoming Raury which you can hear below…

We’ve got Mark Kozelek playing at the end of August and here’s a nice clip of him alongside his Sun Kil Moon cohorts at Pitchfork Festival recently in Chicago… 

Grab tickets for his rare solo outing here. 

Here’s a great new song Zombie and accompanying video from Jamie T - who pokes a little bit of fun at himself being gone for so long? 

He’s back and bigger than ever later on this year with a date at Alexandra Palace on 14th of November. 

Pre-sale tickets for that onsale now via 

Here’s a great remix from Todd Terry to get Friday started. Have a listen to his take on Clean Bandit’s latest single Come Over… 

We’ve got Erland and the Carnival playing tonight at Servant Jazz Quarters and fellow Eat Your Own Ears favourite East India Youth has popped up with a great remix of their song Wrong. The remix premiered over on the Quietus where you can read all about it. Listen to it above.

You can also catch East India Youth in action at Heaven later this year. Grab tickets for that here.

James Yorkston’s new record The Cellardyke Recording And Wassailing Society is out on 18th August and here is a new tune to stream, a cover of Chris Bell’s You and Your Sister - produced as well by Hot Chip man Alexis Taylor.

Read a great chat with Alexis and James on Q here too.

We’re very excited to have Hauschka back on September 25th in London at Union Chapel (support comes from Luke Abbot). Ahead of that you can preview a bit of Hauschka’s wizardry in this session video for German radio station BR above. Brilliant stuff…