'Can't Play Dead' Video Premiered at Entertainment Weekly

The Heavy - 'Can't Play Dead' Video Premiered at Entertainment Weekly

The Heavy's spooky new video for "Can't Play Dead" has been premiered over at Entertainment Weekly, just in time for Halloween!

Head here to watch the clip, and catch The Heavy on tour in Europe right now - all dates here.



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Bonobo, The Heavy and Fink - Nominated for Aim Awards 2013 'Best Live Act'

We are very excited to have three acts nominated for 'Best Live Act' at this years Aim Independent Music Awards. Voting is now open through the Fly's website here.

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The Heavy - North American Tour Starts Tonight

The Heavy return to the United States for the first leg of their highly anticipated North American summer tour, kicking off tonight in Washington DC. The band will then cover the east coast, Canada and the midwest in June before heading west in August.

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The Heavy - 'Can't Play Dead' Out Now

The Heavy's new single Can't Play Dead is out now and available to download at the Ninjashop. 

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The Heavy - "HYLMN" a Part of Barack Obama's Re-election Celebrations

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Helena Hauff (Werkdiscs / Ninja Tune) - Stream Debut Album 'Discreet Desires'

Golden Pudel resident Helena Hauff shares her debut album, Discreet Desires, streaming in full on Resident Advisor. Expect a collage of analogue-fuelled, retro-tinged techno sounds.

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Simbiosi (Werkdiscs / Ninja Tune) - Announce 3-Part Box Set 'Elements'

Italian DJ/production duo Simbiosi will release a 3-part box set entitled Elements via Werkdiscs / Ninja Tune on 2 October 2015.

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King Midas Sound & Fennesz Share 'Lighthouse Version' Video

Watch a new short-film directed by Paul Clipson, inspired by the instrumentals version of King Midas Sound and Fennesz's track Lighthouse, a collage shot on 16mm film and put together in-camera.

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Offshore (Big Dada) Remixes Out Now

As a mark of Offshore's profound effect on his peers, artists including Ikonika, Amon Tobin, Blue Daisy, Slugabed, Lockah and Enchanté have contributed remixes to his final, posthumous album.

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