The Deep Hum’ — November Listings + this Wednesdays Heavenly double bill.





Bunkered down in the very centre of the city, absorbed in a basement of concrete, The Deep Hum will resonate every week with the emerging sounds of some of the best psych and fuzzed up bands around. With special guest DJs spinning everything from vintage to brand new garage, rock n roll and kosmische sounds for the dance floor.

A co-run night by Heavenly Recordings and Clockwork, in the last two months the basement has been filled with exciting artists from all over Europe such as Madrid’s garage rock trio The Parrots and Swedish shoegazerss FEWS.

There have also been great sets from Brighton’s The Magic Gang, psychedelic fuzz from Whistlejacket and sixties jangles from Love L.U.V, to name but a few!

This Wednesday, we are pleased to announce a Heavenly Recordings double billing with cosmic cats Fever The Ghost headlining and our latest signing Hooton Tennis Club in support.


To mark Fever The Ghost’s debut UK appearance, The Deep Hum is also heading to Brighton’s Bleach on Thursday with support from Blossoms, TUSKS and Abattoir Blues.


Continuing into November at The Social, we are pleased to announce a solid line-up of great music to wrap your ears around:

Wed 5th Loaded + Sheena
Wed 12th C.A.R + Moon Gangs
Wed 19th Popstrangers + Morning Smoke
Wed 26th Xaviers

+ Special guest DJs and residents Heavenly Jukebox + Clockwork DJs

All advance tickets are £3!

Doors 7pm-1am – £3 in advance / £5 on the door

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Sun Restructured’ a re-animation of Temples stunning debut.


We are pleased to announce that alongside Temples live return to the UK this winter, the band have announced details of ‘Sun Restructured.’ A re-animation of their critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Sun Structures’ by Beyond The Wizard Sleeve’s Erol Alkan and Richard Norris, it is due for release on Monday November 10th.

Beyond The Wizard Sleeve have re-worked hit single ‘Shelter Song’ as well as album tracks ‘A Question Isn’t Answered,’ ‘Golden Throne,’ ‘Sand Dance’ and forthcoming single, the last to be lifted from their record, ‘Move With The Season.’ The kaleidoscopic journey of 42 minute is interwoven with tweaked and warped snatches of other ‘Sun Structures’ tracks too.

Describing the record, Erol Alkan has said:

“Being asked to re-animate a whole album’s worth of material is an honour. We (in return) wanted to create something special. A record which could be listened to in one go, from start to finish, a listening experience that is becoming increasingly rare. So as well as a host of full Beyond The Wizards Sleeve re-animations here, there are interludes, ambience, ebb and flow…each section flowing int a bigger piece…There is so much happening under the surface of Sun Structures, and deep within each track, it was a pleasure to dive in and see what we could find. it inspired us to pick up our guitars, plug in our synthesisers and add some wizardry on top. Enjoy this trip. And it is a trip.”

Sun Restructured’ will be available as part of a deluxe CD and download re-issue package with the original album as well as a special limited Vinyl.

As ‘Sun Structures’ was one of Rough Trade Stores biggest selling records of the year, ‘Sun Restructured’ is available to purchase via their store (UK & NYC) or online:

BUY NOW: Temples — Sun Structures — New Version — Deluxe Triple CD

BUY NOW: Temples — Sun Restructured — Limited Vinyl LP

It has also been announced that Superfood will be supporting the band on their forthcoming winter tour.


Reviews of the bands critically acclaimed debut:

“’Sun Structures’ tapestry drifts effortlessly before the ears, presenting a sustained grandeur of Temples’ vision, lyrics and musicality”
This Is Fake DIY

“A truly mesmerising debut album… James Bagshaw’s crooning vocals take you on a stroll along an LA beach, which climaxes around an English campfire, at Stonehenge, on the Summer Solstice… It’s the sound of ’60s experimentation smashed stunningly into the present day.”

“Twelve shiny nuggets of pure psychedelic pop genius, stamped with the band’s own identity”
Louder Than War

“Retro futurism par excellence… Temples [have] truly mastered the sonic tics of psychedelia”
Uncut 8/10

“A clear reminder of how we fell in love with these guys in the first place… A brilliant debut… If all 2014 psych releases are like this one, it’s going to be one hell of a year.”
The Four Oh Five


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OUT NOW: ‘Phantom Radio’ is BBC6 Music’s Album of the Day


On the day of it’s release, we are delighted that Mark Lanegan Band’s album ‘Phantom Radio’ has been made BBC6 Music’s record of the day.


Celebrate by tuning into 6music today as they will be playing tracks such as ‘Sad Love’, Floor Of The Ocean’ and ‘Harvest Home.’ The record has also been given a whopping ★★★★★ from The Independent and a pleasing ★★★★ from Mojo, Q and The Guardian.

If that wasn’t enough, ‘Phantom Radio’ was The Sunday Times magazine album of the week, securing the record as a career highlight.



As he approaches his 50th birthday Mark Lanegan has assembled one of the most extraordinary bodies of work in modern music. Phantom Radio will be the ninth bearing his own name and third with his band, but combine it with the collaborative albums he’s made, be it with Isobel Campbell, or Duke Garwood, or as 50 per cent of the Gutter Twins, or his legendary first band the Screaming Trees, then the total is nearer 20. Then there’s his guest spots with Queens Of The Stone Age and his many collaborations as the singer on records by the varied likes of UNKLE, Martina-Topley Bird, Moby, Soulsavers and Melissa Auf der Maur. In total, Mark Lanegan has made close to 50 records.

Lanegan’s solo debut was ‘The Winding Sheet’ in 1990 but it would be the masterful follow-up, ‘Whiskey For The Holy Ghost’ that confirmed his credentials as a truly unique artist. ‘Bubblegum’ in 2004 saw Lanegan emerge from the wreckage of the Screaming Trees to create a new version of the blues: part-acoustic, part-electro-rooted contexts mostly produced by Alain Johannes, with a floating cast of helpers, some illustrious (Josh Homme; PJ Harvey) others not. Seven years of collaboration followed before Mark Lanegan Band delivered the towering ‘Blues Funeral’, its Krautrock curlicues adding new textures to his molasses-thick doom canvas.

And now ‘Phantom Radio’ builds on the same foundations: produced by Alain Johannes, and that voice intoning deep truths hewn from the bleakest realm. “I saw the feet of pilgrims bleeding,” Mark sings on Judgement Time. “I saw whole cities drowning, I saw whole armies dying.” You believe every word; no other living singer’s voice feels so charged with Biblical portent.

Which is all part of the craft, because Mark Lanegan is not as black as he’s been painted. His chief compositional tool on ‘Phantom Radio’ was his phone – specifically an app called Funk Box. “I didn’t bother to hook up my 909 and 808 this time,” he says, “because the app had ’em. I’d write drum parts with it then add music with the synthesizer or the guitar.”


Unlike most gothic pop, Lanegan’s art is not a matter of fashion or mascara: it’s a genuine cri du coeur, as rare and beautiful as anything in music. THE INDEPENDENT — ★★★★★

“It’s fantastic, these unfamiliar surroundings – be it the Moroderesque shimmer of Floor Of The Ocean or the imperial synths of Waltzing In Blue – lending Lanegan’s songs a fresh new bite. A brave inspired step into the unknown.“
MOJO – ★★★★

“That ancient-sounding voice, seemingly hewn from rock’s substrata, has always worked as a drone in its own right, and here it’s matched by keyboards that shimmer behind, as if Lee Hazlewood were performing early-80s New Order.“
Q – ★★★★

“If you’re new to Lanegan, ‘Floor of the Ocean’ is the entry point here, while long-time fans will lap up ‘Tom Red Heart’ — the prettiest thing he has created since his Isobel Campbell collaborations.”
THE SUNDAY TIMES Album of The Week

“Best of all is the swollen melody on ‘Waltzing Blue’ the highlight of a sullen and graceful record that brings out the very best in the gruff veteran.” NME 8/10

“A beautiful set that balances Lanegan’s ongoing love of blues and folk with further explorations of the electronic terrain he explored on 2012’s Blues Funeral“

“A career highlight… The Superb ‘Floor Of The Ocean’ could be the Sisters Of Mercy covering Joy Division, while ‘Torn Red Heart’ might be the most beautiful love song Lanegan has ever recorded“

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WATCH: The Voyeurs glamorous new video for single ‘Stunners.’

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The Voyeurs have a new Kenichi Iwasa directed video for their brand new single ‘Stunners.’

As premiered on Death&Taxes, the single follows up their taster video for ‘England Sings Rhubarb Rhubarb.’

“Much like the song, the music video—directed by Kenichi Iwasa—captures this type of music at its finest moment; in a dark club, fog everywhere, with a simplistic psychedelic light show going on in the background.” Death & Taxes

Watch Here:

“The glam-rock track, named after a now-defunct East London transvestite nightclub located parallel to the recording studio, is a step forward in reimagining the band’s sound.” — Death & Taxes.

“Stunners is a glam-rock stomp of sexual ambiguity for girls who like boys who like girls to be boys.”NME Magazine

Stunners’ is the first single to be lifted from the bands forthcoming album, ‘Rhubarb Rhubarb’ which is out on Heavenly on Monday 10th November.


Stunners’ is due to be released as a limited 7″ with the B-side Orgy #2 on Monday 3rd November.


Fresh from supporting Fat White Family on their UK dates, the band are due to headline their own shows in October and November before heading to Europe in early December to support The Horrors.

Check the updated list of live dates below: previously announced dates in Southampton, Bedford, Bristol, Cardiff and Leamington Spa have been postponed but are due to be re-scheduled for February 2015.

Purchase tickets for the UK shows here.

Purchase tickets for the European dates with The Horrors here.


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WATCH: Fever The Ghost animated video for (((SOURCE)))

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Fever The Ghost are following up their debut video for single ‘Calico’ with another psych — pop banger titled, ‘SOURCE.’

The insane and brilliantly trippy animated video directed by Felix Colgrave features magic dragons, flamingoes and a jinni as premiered by HUH Magazine:

“Having chanced upon them at this years SXSW festival, Heavenly can now add Fever The Ghost as another psych-pop feather in their cap, with a truly mind-bending and perfectly formed EP to their name.” HUH Magazine


It is with a great level of anticipation and excitement that these crazy cats are coming over to play a series of dates in the UK and Europe later this month. After all, it was their fantastic live performance that caught our attention in the first place.

Full Fever The Ghost dates and tickets:

28th White Heat, London
29th The Social, London where they will be joined by Hooton Tennis Club, CHEAP TICKETS
30th Bleach, Brighton, CHEAP TICKETS
31st Primavera Club, Barcelona

1st London Calling, Amsterdam


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Eaves ‘As Old As The Grave’ debuts on Radio 1 this evening

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We are thrilled to announce that ‘As Old As The Grave’, the title track from Eaves forthcoming EP is being played on BBC Radio 1 this evening. You can tune into Zane Lowe’s evening show from 7pm, with the track airing as today’s ‘Next Hype’ act just before 8pm.

LISTEN BACK HERE (approximately at 56mins in)

As premiered by The Line of Best Fit, ‘As Old As The Grave’ is the title track taken from his forthcoming EP which is due for release on Monday November 10th as previously announced.


To co-inside with the release, Eaves is playing a London headline show at George IV, Chiswick as part of the Blue Flowers night on Thursday November 6th.


We are also delighted to announce that Eaves will also be supporting Nick Mulvey on his forthcoming European tour in November and December. For full listings and tickets:



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The Social celebrates it’s 15th birthday in W1, join the party.


This year marks the fifteenth anniversary of our venue The Social, and twenty years since we kicked off proceedings with the legendary ‘Sunday Social’ club night at The Albany.

Nestled in W1 on Little Portland Street, since 1999 The Social has been our spiritual home and that of many others. Built on a simple manifesto – the venue provides great music and better booze to anyone who fancies tripping through the doors.

This year we have marked the occasion every Friday with the ‘Heavenly Social’ — a weekly party in our basement to get people dancing and smiling. Since January the basement has been rammed with stand out DJ sets from Fat Boy Slim, Justin Robertson, Hannah Holland and Tim Burgess (to name but a few!)

If that wasn’t enough the upstairs bar has also been providing everyone with a whole range of music to get stuck into, coming from our cherished ‘Heavenly Jukebox.’

Plus the boys behind the beloved box have some stomping tracks lined up for the party:

Jeff Barrett’s Picks

Fever The Ghost — Source (Leo Zero dub remix) (Heavenly)
Fumaça Preta — Pupilas Dilatadas (Soundways)
Crime — Gangster Funk (B Square)
Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds — Su Su (In The Red)
King Gizzard and The Lizrad Wizard — Slow Jam 1 (Heavenly)
Allah Las — Ferus Gallery (Innovative Leisure)
Walter “Whiz” Whisenhunt Orchestra featuring Gloria Ann Taylor — Love Is A Hurting Thing (Music Gallery)
Nana Love — Disco Documentary ((Nestor Records LP)
The Braz Gonsalves Seven — Raga Rock (Jazzman)
Partick Cowley — Journey Home (Schhol daze)

With the official birthday coming up next Friday October 17th, we are marking the special day by throwing yet another evening to remember, and you’re all invited.

RSVP to or head to the Facebook event and click attending. They’ll be limited space obviously so let us know!

For more information on events at The Social visit the website.

The full address is:
5 Little Portland St
London W1W 7JD

From Heavenly Social Archive

The Social has launched over a million hugely successful hangovers.

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Kid Wave announce new single ‘Gloom’ on a special 4 track EP 7″

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We are pleased to announce that Kid Wave are following up their debut single ‘All I Want’ with the Rory Atwell produced track ‘Gloom.’

Due to drop on Monday 24th November, we are excited to reveal that that ‘Gloom’ will be available as a limited 4 track 7″ EP, featuring previous download only singles ‘All I Want’ and ‘Young Blood’ as well as a new track ‘Brimstone.’

Listen to the leading EP track as premiered by This Fake DIY.

This Fake DIY also did an exclusive interview with the band, read more here.

Having previously played our Heavenly & Friends Stage at On Blackheath Festival, the four piece are headlining their own gig at Birthdays, Stoke Newington TONIGHT.

Following that, the band are now set to hit the road in support of Childhood and The Wytches this autumn.

We are also thrilled to add that they will be joining headliners TOY on Thursday 30th October at The Garage, Islington as part of Artrocker Magazine’s 10th birthday celebration.

Full Dates:
6th Stoke Newington, Birthdays (headline show)
7th Southampton, Joiners (with Childhood)
8th Brighton Audio (with Childhood)
9th Birmingham, Hare & Hounds (with Childhood)
10th Norwich, Sound & Vision
11th Liverpool, Kazimer (with The Wytches)
13th York, Duchess Of York (with The Wytches)
30th London, The Garage (with TOY)



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Fever The Ghost announce debut UK and European live shows


After mesmerising us with their live performance at SWSX last year, we are hugely excited to announce that Fever The Ghost are coming to the UK and Europe to play a handful of shows. These dates will be the bands first on our shores!

The band will play a trio of UK dates at London’s White Heat and The Social before heading to Brighton to play Bleach.

Following these dates, the band will head to Primavera Club Festival in Barcelona and London Calling Festival in Amsterdam.

Having recently supported Temples and The Flaming Lips over in the US, we can’t wait for them to bring their unforgettable live shows to you.

It took us just three songs into their SXSW set before we decided to work with them, and we are sure you will be won over by their performance.

Full Dates + Ticket Links:

28th White Heat, London
29th The Social, London where they will be joined by Hooton Tennis Club, CHEAP TICKETS
30th Bleach, Brighton, CHEAP TICKETS
31st Primavera Club, Barcelona

1st London Calling, Amsterdam

To co-inside with these exciting appearances, you can stream this mind-bending Larry Gus (DFA Records) remix of the bands debut single ‘Calico’ via Dummy Magazine. Gus is best known as a multi — instrumentalist, singer and producer with an ear for 60s free jazz that he transforms into crystal clear psychedelic melodies — a perfect match for ‘Calico’s’ wig out nature.

You can purchase the ‘Crab In Honey’ EP as a limited blue or red vinyl today. The EP includes the single ‘Calico.’


Watch the video for ‘Calico’:


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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard announce USA and European tour dates

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After announcing that Heavenly would be releasing the new King Gizzard & The Lizard album
‘I’m In Your Mind Fuzz,’ we are pleased that the band are due to tour the USA and Europe.

The seven strong Aussie collective will first tour the USA in October before bringing the kaleidoscopic fuzz to Europe and the UK in November.

For full dates:


I’m In Your Mind Fuzz’ gets a US release on 11th November via Castle Face Records and an Australian release on Flightless on 31st October (CD & Digital) and 5th December (vinyl).


Watch the video for their latest single ‘Cellophane,’ the first to be lifted from ‘I’m In Your Mind Fuzz.’

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