New DIY Weekly out now, feat. Cerebral Ballzy, Klaxons, Arcade Fire & More

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The new, 16th June DIY Weekly checks in with New York’s fastest-rising band, Cerebral Ballzy. These skate-punks are fully aware that they’re going places, with new album ‘Jaded & Faded’ cementing them as a Very Big Deal Indeed.

In this week’s cover feature, they rundown first meets with Dave Sitek and Julian Casablancas, all while talking the talk of a group ready for bigger things.

Klaxons’ rise was more stratospheric, but so was their subsequent fall. On their third album they’re levelling things out, aiming for the top 40 while also being able to look back on the legacy of their inside joke, “new rave.” Alongside these interviews, we also speak to The Antlers, who ironically step into the unfamiliar with their ambitious, jazz-y new album ‘Familiars’.

Canadian punks White Lung give the lowdown on their ferocious third album ‘Deep Fantasy’, while Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison explains why he took time out to work on his own solo record.

Neu gives an introduction to Disclosure-affiliation talent Sasha Keable, as well as recommending the new EP from dance duo Ben Frost.

In reviews, we give the verdict on new records from Lana Del Rey, Klaxons and more. Plus read all the fallout from Field Day 2014 and Arcade Fire’s triumphant shows at Earls Court, London.

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