Stormzy and Kaiser Chiefs are among the final names added to the line-up of Clockenflap festival, which takes place from November 17 to 19 at Hong Kong’s Central Harbourfront, with acts playing with a backdrop of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline. The full list of new additions also includes Kid Ink, Onra, Tokimonsta, Cosmos People and Chochukmo. They join the likes of Massive Attack, The Prodigy, MØ, Jungle, Blossoms and The Dandy Warhols, who have already been announced.
For people of a certain age, the sound of clunking water pipes in the middle of the night is cause to pull that duvet a little tighter. Pipes – named for the sounds he made while contacting his young victims – was the smock-wearing bogeyman in the BBC’s Ghostwatch, screened on Halloween night 25 years ago, a drama mistaken by many viewers for live entertainment – and which was so terrifying to the audience the corporation has never repeated it.
Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López of The Mars Volta (pictured in 2011) and At The Drive-In are apparently making music together again. Video clips revealed online yesterday (April 8) introduced a new project called Antemasque featuring Bixler-Zavala, Rodríguez-López, former Mars Volta drummer Dave Elitch and Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea (pictured right). Volcom reports that the band have been working in the studio on titles including ‘4AM’, as heard in the clip below.
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Selecting a term
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