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CRACK Magazine / Animal Collective - Nathan Fake - Tame Impala - Tall Ships - Hattie Stewart - Idles

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CRACK Magazine / Animal Collective - Nathan Fake - Tame Impala - Tall Ships - Hattie Stewart - Idles

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Animal Collective
N a t h a n F a k e
Tame Impala
Tall Ships
Hattie Stewart
I d l e s
DJ H A R V E Y
Art, Music, Sandbox
24Shortlist Concert | Cyngerdd Rhestr Fer
Wednesday 17 October 2012 | Mercher Hydref 17 2012
The Coal Exchange
featuring Welsh Music Prize nominated acts | Gyda’r artistaid canlynol yn chwarae
Bright Light Bright Light | Cate Le Bon
Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog | Exit_International | Huw M
Jodie Marie | Kutosis | Truckers of Husk
Doors 7.00pm | 14+ show
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ISSUE 24
Photographer: Nate Bressler
Featuring: DJ Harvey
For those who are cracked let the light in:
Respect
Thomas Hawkins
Sam Smith
Mavis Botswinga
Jon Snow
Zeina Raad
Harriet Chavasse
Josh Baines 14
Alex ‘Animal’ Hall
James Murphy 18The Matador has been lost in the sandbox. An endless,
Fiasco Design arid, Dune-like wilderness, where alien terms and web code swirl around your head until you
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become disorientated and return to the same, mirage-induced oasis time and time again, dry-Angie Maouris
20Paul Scholes throated and gripping onto life with twig-like fingers.
Executive Editors You see, we’ve been working on a new website. It started in such glamorous, hopeful fashion.
Thomas Frost
We had a vision. A vision of a new, sparkling vessel for our online selves. People would visit and tom@crackmagazine.net 3022 be drawn in for hours on end, and we’d sit back, proud and bloated with self-satisfaction.
Jake Applebee
jake@crackmagazine.net Little did we realise the terror that lurked beneath. That in order to produce this marvel, days
would have to be spent populating the website, filling it with the content you people would
Editor
one day feast your eyes on. This was to be inputed via something called the sandbox, a parallel Geraint Davies
geraint@crackmagazine.net website where our fodder could be laid out and tested. It swallowed up our lives.
Marketing / Events Manager 32
Luke Sutton We’ve been listening to songs about the sandbox: Enter Sandman, Living in a Box, Sandi
luke@crackmagazine.net 34 Thom. We can’t stop talking about it, picturing it. Our long-suffering intern even lost his
Art Direction & Design wallet in the sandbox and has been attempting to survive on crisps and budget energy drink
Jake Applebee
ever since. But now, we (though sadly, not he) have emerged from the other side.
Staff Writer
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So there we go. Sandbox, you did your worst. The newly face-lifted, next level crackmagazine.
Interns net is the immaculate child of our sordid, traumatic tryst. While you, the reader, is wiling
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leave the sandbox.Fashion
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Contributors
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CRACKMAGAZINE.NET
THE BEST O F OUR WEBSITE THIS MONTH 3 TUNES // CONTENTS
DJ HARVEY - 14
Doc Severinsen
Be With You (DJ Harvey edit)
Pleasure
Joyous (DJ Harvey re-edit)
The Avalanches
Electricity (DJ Harvey re-edit)
NATHAN FAKE - 18
Autechre
Move of Ten
Autechre
Draft 7.30
Autechre
L P 5
TALL SHIPS - 20
Post War Years
Glass House
Kins
Till He Stirs
Cloud Nothings
Wasted Days
HATTIE STEWART - 22
Mar vin Gaye
Got To Give It Up
Ben E King
Spanish Harlem
Merry Clayton
Gimme Shelter
ANIMAL COLLECTIVE - 30
NEW WEBSITE // 50 Foot Hose
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Fanfares, firewalls and fireworks, Crack’s only bloody gone and got itself a new website! Beautifully crafted 13th Floor
by our manz at Fiasco Design, we’re now in a position to bring you all the things that make us fucking great Easter Everywhere
in a more attractive and dynamic way. Think mixes, think bonus online only content, think downloads, Raymond Scott
think more news articles than Peter Sissons on uppers, think playlists, think more variation than a Chinese Sooting Sounds For Baby
takeaway menu. Trust us, you’ll be surfing till six in the morning, and if that wasn’t enough check out our
new YouTube video channel. Danny Dyer says: “you’d be a mug to miss this.” Probably. TAME IMPALA - 32
The Field
Is This Power COMPETITIONS //CRACK TV 001 - TIM WESTWOOD INTERVIEW //
The Bangles
Eternal Flame
Our friends at Cable have dipped their feet into the compilation market and are set to present their debut Crack mooched its way down to Red Bull Studios to go one-on-one with the big dawg
Serge Gainsbourg
efforts We Fear Silence and Cable Presents mix CDs to the world. We’ve got two copies of We Fear Silence, Tim Westwood. He gave us a thoroughly insightful interview and even granted us one of
L’hôtel Particulier
which features productions from Maya Jane Coles, Simian and Ikonika, for you to win, simply by answering his world famous i-dents. The first video on Crack’s new YouTube channel, this one’s hot!
a question that looks like this.
IDLES - 34
Who of these hosts their Blueprint night at Cable? Schoolboy Q
Hands On The Wheel
a) James Holden Q Lazarus
b) James Ruskin Goodbye Horses
c) Jamie Jones St. Pierre Snake Invasion
Encore Encore
Send all entries to competitions@crackmagazine.net 10
LO N D O N
CRACK’S GUIDE TO UPCOMING EVENTS IN YOUR CITY
Caribou (DJ set)
Bussey Building
5th October
Radiohead
T h e O 2
Fabric 1 3th Birthday8th October
Craig Richards, Visionquest, Levon Vincent, Omar-S
(live), Tale Of Us, Sandwell District + many more
October 20th/21st/22nd
CRACK IS BACK at The Nest £15/£20/£25
Deadboy, Behling and Simpson, Baltic Fleet, WLT
In what is fast becoming a yearly pilgrimage for team Crack, The Nest, Dalston
London’s best club opens its doors once more for a night, October 19th
then a day, then a night again of non-stop house and techno £4 before 11.30 / £7
Christian Marclaywonderment. One of the most anticipated dates in the
Savages Southbank CentreAfter taking a brief summer hiatus, Crack is delighted to be returning to our monthly residence at Dalston’s clubbing calendar, DJs play numerous sets over the weekend
Electrowerkz
October 13thfinest late night haunt, The Nest. We’ll now be taking over the third Friday of every month, aiming to across Fabric’s three rooms in what constitutes a real all-
10th October
bring in an extra roster of our favourite live acts and DJs. Coming straight back in with a big ‘un, we’ve got encompassing experience for party goers. The line-up is as
Numbers’ finest Deadboy as well as Bristol slo-mo garage poster boys Behling and Simpson. On the live flex, varied as it is hand-picked, and an endurance test for those
we’re delighted to bring you the expansive krautrock stylings of Baltic Fleet, fresh from a 6 Music session. that fancy it. Monday is an absolute write-off. Just spare a
Big sounds all night long, we can’t wait. thought for the bar staff!
Idjut Boys
The Waiting Room
11th October
Tyondai Braxton
Southbank Centre
October 9th
^Hieroglyphic Egyptian Hip Hop Swn Festival
Being Corsica Studios The Cribs, Liars, Django Django, Errors
Shacklewell Arms October 11th Various Venues, Cardiff
12th October £7.50 adv. Prices Vary
They sprung out of Manchester a couple of years ago, crazy young and overflowing with spunk (yuck), We love Swn. We just do. Properly love it. To see Cardiff buzzing and bustling with genuine music fans
armed with a HudMo-produced EP and a huge blaze of hype. Yet just when they seemed set to be huge, clambering to cram as much great music into their time as possible, and the multitude of venues transformed
Egyptian Hip Hop slipped inexplicably off the radar. Well it turns out mainman Alexander Hewett and embracing the collective spirit, it all makes the trip westward thoroughly worthwhile. What’s more,
buggered off to develop an insanely enviable CV as a touring musician for Connan Mockasin and Charlotte Swn’s unrelenting ability to expand and improve year-on-year is astonishing. We’re proud to be hosting our
Gainsbourgh, and this month the band finally drop their debut album, Good Don’t Sleep, on R&S. It’s a own stage at Clwb Ifor Bach for the second year running, and this time our line-up includes none other than
stunning treat, generously rounded out by an almost psychedelic depth of sound and songwriting maturity the creators of one of this year’s finest albums, Liars, the Mercury-nominated The Invisible, local heroes
Appoloosa which suggests a coming of age. It’s got us proper juiced up for their forthcoming live dates. Kutosis and breakthrough Liverpool boy Jethro Fox. Essential.
Shacklewell Arms
15th October
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