The Death Set Hit London Tomorrow

The Death Set Hit London Tomorrow

The Death Set hit the capital tomorrow for what's sure to be an absolutely incendiary show at the Old Blue Last. With support from Trippple Nippples and Harry James, all info can be found here.



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The Death Set Remix DZ Deathrays

Those pesky little scamps known as The Death Set have been making a nuisance of themselves again. This time in the form of remixing both the song and video for 'The Mess Up' by fellow Aussies DZ Deathrays. As the band say themselves "Think two dudes, bottle of Jameson, one song, copious vomiting".

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The Death Set do Fuel.TV, Remix Spank Rock, and Check Yo Ponytail!

The Death Set has not stopped touring for the past 13 weeks and now they're back on North American soil to do some damage on the Check Yo Ponytail tour.

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The Death Set - 'It's Another Day' Video

A collaboration with Scion AV, The Death Set are back with the stellar video for "It's Another Day".

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The Death Set Hit London's Macbeth + Skate Deck Competition

The Death Set return to London this Thursday with a show at the Macbeth in East London.

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Solid Steel Radio 19/09/2014 - Coldcut & Damon Bell

Coldcut start the show this week, before Deepblak Recordings Chief Connoisseur Damon Bell steps up in Hour 2.

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Ninja Tune X ADE 2014 - Live Show & Exhibition

Ninja Tune are heading to the Netherlands next month for 2014's Amsterdam Dance Event, hosting a stellar label party on 16 October and collaborating with Bleep, Novation and DontWatchThat.TV on a special set of exhibition events over the weekend.

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Jaga Jazzist Announce European Dates for Nov/Dec 2014

The 8-piece Norwegian acid-Afro-prog-rock juggernaut Jaga Jazzist heads out on an exclusive tour across Europe through November and December, celebrating an amazing 20 years together.

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Lapalux - New Track Premiered / EU Tour Announced

Lapalux marks his return to Brainfeeder with a 3-part, 7-minute opus, Movement I, II & III, to celebrate the beginning of his upcoming European tour.

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