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Welcome to Division's Communication Break Down #10.
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It’s quite fitting that we have 3 bands playing on the John Peel Stage this weekend at Glastonbury. He influenced us from the very beginning, introducing us to the likes of Sonic Youth, Napalm Death, Dinosaur Jr, Public Enemy and many more abstract musicians that warmed our ears to boiling point.

I only met the master of all radio shows once, and by total accident. Drenched to the bone from torrential rainfall, I decided to undo some tent ropes and sneak my way underneath for some much needed respite. When I popped up on the other side,
totally covered in mud, I found myself embarrassingly stood next to Mr Peel in a BBC tent, who congratulated me on my break-in mission by shaking my muddy hand. He then pulled over a chair, got me a pint of beer and we watched a World Cup game together. Legend.
 
More wonderful things have happened since that day as you will see below. If you have projects coming up for Autumn, feel free to give us a shout.

Cheers,
Zac

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Enjoy our latest playlist from our artists on SoundCloud.
Sleaford Mods grace the cover of Crack Magazine this month who say that the duo are "one of the most galvanised reflections of the working class condition in British music." Look out for the full page review in Uncut and much more to come around their Key Markets album released via Harbinger Sounds on July 10th. Playing the John Peel Stage, Glastonbury on Saturday at 3pm.
The dirty garage tones that make up The Parrots’ debut EP was premiered at NME last week, and they awarded the EP 8/10 stating that “The Parrots manage to make the hangover slump sound just as much fun as the night before.Best Fit rolled out their new video on Thursday whilst Beat, DIY, Clash, Louder Than War and many more supported their Spanish assault. If you‘ve not managed to get to see them live yet, do it, as they throw a superb party every show.
Missouri punks Radkey announced that their debut album is set for release on August 21st on Little Man Records with support coming from NME, Kerrang, DIY, Clash, Punktastic and many more. Hear their title track 'Dark Black Makeup' here.
It’s been quite a month for Enter Shikari. They won a Kerrang! Award for ‘Best Single’ for this year's ‘Anaesthetist’ release, headlined the second stage at Download Festival and announced their biggest UK arena tour yet for February 2016 where they will be playing the Alexandra Palace. It’s going to be big. They headline the John Peel Stage on Friday at Glastonbury at 10.45pm.
Receiving rave reviews from the Evening StandardGuardian, Sunday Times, DiSBest Fit and more, Conor Oberst's Desaparecidos release their first new album in 13 years, Payola, today via Epitaph. Stream it now on NME.com. and read why The Independent dubbed it Album of the Week here.

Fresh from laying waste to the Download Festival, cult Los Angeles punk/metal crossover legends Suicidal Tendencies picked up a much deserved ‘Icon’ award at the Metal Hammer Golden Gods ceremony this month. Our friends at Epitaph Records also won an award for ‘Best Independent Label’. Well done guys, very much deserved.

Famed journalist and punk rock mouth-piece John Robb returns this month with his cult eighties post-punk band The Membranes and their first album since 1989. Titled Dark Matter/Dark Energy and released through Cherry Red Records today
, they're picking up praise from the NME who called it “an extraordinary comeback" and Vive Le Rock who marked the album 9/10. Much more to come!
Dinosaur Jr are comedian Richard Ayoade’s favourite band. They were the first band he ever saw live and their debut album (1985’s Dinosaur) was the first album he bought. This month in the NME, Richard chatted with J Mascis about TV, procrastination and ear-splitting noise over three pages in the magazine.
Canadian punks Fist City are picking up some great reviews for their new album Everything Is A Mess, out today on Transgressive Records. NME, Rock Sound, Q, Vive Le Rock and Loud & Quiet have all fallen for the album’s infectious charms.

Copenhagen's Less Win make their UK debut this week with new EP release Further. Dubbed a "lost lo-fi Mission Of Burma classic" by
Stereogum and backed by the likes of Clash, the EP is streaming in all it's full glorious post-punk racket on Loud & Quiet today.

Rising Nottingham alt-rock trio Kagoule ready their debut album Urth for release through Earache Records on August 21st, with 
NME tipping their "dark, brittle world" as one to plunge into post-haste.
Just ahead of his ATP Records debut album, Japanese-born experimental artist Grimm Grimm has already picked up great reviews from NME and Q with more to come. Grab the current edition of Loud & Quiet to read an insightful double page spread, and watch the beautiful new music video on Noisey.

Last week Canterbury space-rock quintet Broken Hands landed their huge new single 'Meteor' on Classic Rock's TOTW with shows in Hyde Park supporting Blur, and the first of their three-night Silver Landing Programme residency at Power Lunches. Head to Clash for details of the next show.

Readying for their debut album release, Scottish rockers Vukovi kick off with a video premiere of their new single 'Boy George' on Kerrang! Catch them at T in the Park this year and on the road with GUN in October.

Camden Rocks Festival was a roaring success this year and sold out, filling the streets of Camden with over two hundred bands and thousands of fans hungry for a day of rock. Here’s to next year!

Copenhagen's Baby In Vain return with the disorientating blues-sludge of 'Muscles', streaming now on DIY ahead of their forthcoming US tour with The Kills. Head to BEAT Magazine to find out why they are so awesome.

Before Glastonbury, Molly from Alvvays features in a
Guardian article about her favourite album as a child, Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill. Catch them on Sunday at Glastonbury on the John Peel stage at 3.40pm.
The future looks bright as we welcome Alabama power trio \\GT// to the Division roster this month. With Clash heralding them "simply more mind expanding, more visceral and more psychedelic than any other contender", as their debut album Beats Misplaced looms for July 31st via Communicating Vessels.

John J. Presley also joins us this month for more down-tuned blues fuzz action as his debut EP looks to an August 21st release through Vital Music. Check out his latest cut on
Classic Rock.

We also welcome back Ane Brun as she announces her sixth studio album When I'm Free for a September 4th release via Balloon Ranger. Watch the teaser video now on
Best Fit.

Until next time! x
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