WELCOME

Welcome to Erazer Magazine! Born from a love of music and the arts, our aim here at Erazer is to bring you the best in new music, live reviews, album/single reviews, interviews, promotions from all over the UK!

Find out more here.

EDITORS
Editor / Photographer
JOIN US

Do you share our mutual love for all things music and the arts? Consider yourself a budding journalist, photographer or both? Do you have ideas that you’d like to turn into features? If so, drop an email to the following address and let’s discuss further.

editor@erazermag.com

bdrmm

bdrmm announce new tour dates for 2024

Today, Hull based shoegaze quartet bdrmm have shared details of a new run of EU / UK tour dates for February and March 2024. The dates come on the heels of their new 7″ single “Mud”, which was released last Friday via Mogwai’s Rock Action label. The record arrives hot on the heels of the bands widely lauded second album “I Don’t Know”.

The post-shoegaze, dream pop, heavy guitar effects quartet’s latest album arrived in late-June to critical acclaim with the likes of Consequence calling it “one of their most enticing successes yet” and Rolling Stone UK describing it as “a chaotic, thrilling evolution”. The lead single “It’s Just A Bit Of Blood” was also playlisted on BBC Radio 6 Music, and Brooklyn Vegan made the record their Album Of The Week saying that “I Don’t Know” saw them “not only avoid the sophomore slump, but deliver a second album that is miles better their debut.”

Now, just two months on from that release, the band have returned with a new 7” release which also features a remix of the recent album track “Be Careful”, which is reworked by fellow Hull outfit Fila Brazillia who have collaborated with everyone from Radiohead to Harold Budd, Black Uhuru, Twilight Singers, and The Orb.

HEAR / SHARE “BE CAREFUL (FILA BRAZILLIA REMIX)” HERE

Recorded with long-time collaborator Alex Greaves (Working Men’s Club, Bo Ningen) during their album sessions at The Nave Studios in Leeds, “Mud” sees the band expanding further on their dynamic and sprawling sound, with oceanic production and atmospheric instrumentation, underpinned by the bands reverb heavy vocals.

Speaking on the single, frontman Ryan Smith says, “Mud is a track about approaching loss. Trying to cope with the end before it has even happened. The memories created are in fear of being washed away, and by keeping hold of them. You’re doing more harm than good.”

HEAR / SHARE “MUD” HERE

The new live dates and 7″ follow a summer of packed-out festival appearances and extensive autumn and winter live dates across the EU / UK (the latter of which is still underway), which includes their biggest London headliner yet at Scala next week. Full dates are as follows:

November 2023
Saturday 18th – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
Sunday 19th – Bristol – Thekla
Monday 20th – London – Scala
Wednesday 22nd – Cambridge – Mash
Thursday 23rd – Bedford – Esquires  (SOLD OUT)
Friday 24th – Brighton – Patterns  (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 26th – Dublin – The Button Factory
Monday 27th – Belfast – Limelight 2

February 2024
14th Feb – Vigo Sala 
15th Feb – Oviedo 
16th Feb – Valencia Loco Club
17th Feb – Barcelona 
19th Feb –  Milan  Circolo Arci Bellezza
20th Feb – Bologna Covo Club
22nd Feb – Leipzig Naumanns
23rd Feb – Berlin Hole44
24th Feb – Dortmund FZW
25th Feb – Groningen Vera
27th Feb – Rotterdam LantarenVenster
28th Feb – Paris Petit Bain

March:
1st March – Saint-Malo La Route Du Rock
6th March – Aberdeen Tunnels
7th March – Dundee Beat Generator
8th March – Edinburgh Voodoo Rooms
9th March – Glasgow The Hug and Pint
11th March – Newcastle -The Cluny
14th March – Norwich Arts Centre
15th March – Southampton The Joiners
16th March – Margate Elsewhere
18th March – Reading The Face bar
19th March – Sheffield yellow Arch
20th March – Manchester Band On The Wall
23rd – 26th May – Bearded Theory Festival, UK

Tickets are on sale now via bdrmm.co.uk

Related Posts
This Feeling x Hunter
Read More

This Feeling x Hunter to host a stage at Truck Festival

The rock ‘n’ roll club night, festival and new music champions This Feeling have partnered with the iconic British boot brand Hunter to host a stage at this summer’s Truck Festival. Running from July 25th-28th at Hill Farm, Oxfordshire, the This Feeling x Hunter stage presents an opportunity for the next generation of essential new artists to take their place on the bill alongside headliners IDLES, Jamie T, Wet Leg and The Streets. Hunter has become a must-wear festival look, as worn by the likes of Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and Alexa Chung. In an article highlighting how “boots became a cool festival girl staple,” Vogue enthused, “Hunter still leads the pack.”
This Feeling
Read More

This Feeling By The Sea

After a triumphant debut event in 2023, the rock ‘n’ roll club night, record label and tastemakers This Feeling will bring their By The Sea festival back to Bridlington Spa for its second event which runs from September 6th-7th. This Feeling By The Sea 2024 will be headlined by The Royston Club (Friday) and The K’s (Saturday) alongside an A-Z of contemporary and rising indie and alternative talent. As with last year’s festival, every single artist on the bill has emerged via This Feeling shows held in grassroots venues across the UK.
Slam Dunk 24
Read More

Preview: Slam Dunk Festival 2024

Slam Dunk Festival is back with another cracking line-up of the best pop-punk, emo, metal, ska, and alternative music. From old school favourites to new, rising stars, fans won’t be disappointed (except for those classic festival moments when your much-loved bands clash!). Here are our must-see bands on the line-up for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. Who are you excited to see?