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Hold the phone, Did someone say a killer line-up at one of Reading’s most prized venues? No. No-one did. But that is what's happening next weekend.

Our fave new festival is back for round two this October, and we’re more than a little excited.

Apparently it takes 100 years for something to be a tradition by definition. So us lot and the Roadkill Records team have got our work cut out.

We don't know much about theatre, so we're calling in the experts.

Gender equality and awesome bands. See you there.

Ladies, gentlemen and everyone in between, the time has come. Our first ever Raw Meat Live is kicking off next week!

To celebrate the launch of their second compilation cassette, Roadkill Records are throwing an all-singing, all-dancing, all-day extravaganza.

It's not the first Roadkill of the new year, and it's not our first 2018 DJ set either. What it most certainly is, is the only way to kiss Dry January goodbye.

‍London has a new music festival to join the already packed roster of festivals across the country in what we laughingly call summer.

One day. Four venues. Too many unmissable bands to count. The birth of brand-new festival Ritual Union is nigh, and you’ll want to snap your ticket up ASAMFP.

The JAWS & PINS Pit Party all-dayer line-up features Hey Colossus, Spectres, Phobophobes and a fair few more...

Following a sold-out fifth year in 2016, this Camden Rocks Festival will host 250 bands and artists across 25 Camden venues. Which is lots.

Citadel 2017: Foals, Bonobo, Wild Beasts, Laura Marling, Ry X, Michael Kiwanuka and others to play alongside a myriad of stages, classes, talks and food trucks.

No-one's told POP Montreal Festival that we're not in Europe anymore, so they're bringing pop-anti-queen Mozart's Sister and the jaw-dropping Pierre Kwenders over to see us in May.

The weekend of Handmade Festival 2016 Leicester was the epicentre of the universe, about to play Manchester United with a chance to win the league. No-one knows what happened next.

Ever wondered what it would be like if a band played in a shopping arcade for free at 10.30pm on a Saturday night after Live At Leeds? Well, now you can find out.

Proving that nice guys always win, Roadkill has emerged from its chrysalis as Roadkill Records; London's newest DIY label for all your surf, psych and garage rock needs.

Dinosaur Pile Up, God Damn, Heck, The Xcerts and more incredible bands this Easter Sunday 27/03/2016 at Belgrave Music Hall and Headrow House, Leeds. You do not want to miss this.

Finally, Raw Meat Presents has landed in Leeds. Black Surf, Cop Graveyard, Tall Talker and Night Owls will play 27.11.15 at Santiagos, Vicar Lane, LS1 6GP.

The guys at Heavy Leather Promotions have read all of our minds and correctly assessed that just an evening of Roadkill is no longer enough.

The weather is picking up, we've just been paid, we've all got a whole Summer of weddings to look forward to crashing, and to add compliment to cuddle it's Roadkill this weekend.

About six months ago I spoke to the brains behind Fluffer...

It's Heavy Leather Promotions' Roadkill #18 this Friday, and Raw Meat DJs are spinning tunes before, between and after Sunlight Service Group, The Venus Lyx and Saint Agnes.

Another month is nearly behind us, but instead of dwelling on the passage of time and our dwindling mortality, why not look forward to Heavy Leather Promotions' next Roadkill?

200 artists, 20 venues, one day – Raw Meat is headed to Live at Leeds 2015.

Raw Meat DJs will be attending and assisting Heavy Leather Promotions’ Roadkill. This month we'll be spinning tunes between and after Muertos, The Carnations, and The Sly Persuaders.

Once again, Raw Meat DJs will be attending and assisting Heavy Leather Promotions' night Roadkill, and it's the first of 2015. We can safely say that things are going to get scuzzy.

Heavy Leather Promotions proudly presents Roadkill #13 with music from Deathbeams, Miscalculations, The Cracked Belles and your very own Raw Meat DJs.

A teaser of our launch night interviews at iridescent.

London’s Village Underground venue will be playing host to the weird and wonderful world of White Mink, an evening of electro-swing music and speakeasy jazz.