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[b]Shack[/b] are to perform a series of instore gigs next month, coinciding with their headlining UK tour and the release of their best of, ‘[b]Time Machine[/b]’.

The project of [b]John and Mick Head[/b], Shack have always had fans among music critics (NME called Mick “Britain’s best songwriter”), and musicians (the LP is on Noel Gallagher’s Sour Mash label) and now you can meet them too.

‘Time Machine’ comprises tracks from throughout the band’s lengthy career, as well as two new tracks.

To check out their music, go to the Shack Jukebox here.

See Shack play instore at the following shops:

[b]Leeds HMV @ 5pm, 1 Victoria Walk, Headrow Centre (October 15)
Oxford HMV @ 5pm, 43/46 Cornmarket Street (16)
London Sister Ray @ 5.30pm, 94 Berwick Street (17)
Nottingham Fopp @ 5pm, The Frontage, Queen Street (19)
Brighton, Resident @ 5.30pm 28 North Kensington Gardens (21)
Birmingham HMV @ 5pm, 38 High Street (24)
Liverpool HMV @ 5pm, 24/26 Bold Street (26)
Glasgow, Fopp @ 5pm, Union Street (29)
Newcastle, RPM Music @ 5.30pm, 25 Highbridge (30)
Manchester Piccadilly @ 5.30pm 53 Oldham Street (31)[/b]

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