DIY Weekly, 2nd September 2013 - Out Now Feat. London Grammar

Summer Camp and Splashh also feature in DIY’s tablet and smartphone edition.

DIY’s latest smartphone and tablet edition, DIY Weekly, features a band responsible for one of the sounds of 2013.

Coverstars London Grammar have given sparsity a new cause, all amounting to one of the most anticipated debuts of the year. They’re here to prove space is the answer.

Elsewhere in Weekly we run down our Ultimate Reading & Leeds review. Everything from Palma Violets and Peace's biggest shows ever, to how #Didowatch changed the world, is covered.

Summer Camp meanwhile give wisdom on Orange Wednesdays and 90s hip-hop, in the build-up to their self-titled new album.

Splashh put a summer spin on September, B-town’s JAWS offer hope in their city’s second wave of exciting new acts and New Found Glory explain why they’re putting years of experience into a live album.

In Neu, Goodbye Chanel provides an exclusive mix and in albums, the latest offerings from Holograms, Splashh and Chelsea Wolfe get the DIY verdict.

All this, in the new DIY Weekly, available now on iTunes Newsstand.

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