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Dr Who, his part in my downfall – by Dave Norman

Dr Who- his part in my downfall

For What It’s Worth: File-Sharing, Art and Noise – by Lucy Cage

What It\'s Worth: LUCY CAGE on File-Sharing, Art and Noise.

White Stripes split, a tribute – by John Robb

White Stripes split- a tribute by John Robb

The Cult live in Manchester, live review – by John Robb

If you like this please Tweet it, Facebook it or leave a comment http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share The Cult are on a world tour. John Robb caught...

Is there such a thing as ‘selling out’?

is there such a thing as 'selling out' wonders Nina Cresswell

Razorlight’s new photoshoot- what do you, the people, think?

Razorlight's new photoshoot- what do you, the people, think?

Yogi Bear in 3D, film review – by Ian Johnston

Yogi Bear in 3D - film review by Ian Johnston

How punk rock turned me into a vegan – by Niall McGurk

how punk rock turned me into a vegan by Niall McGurk

The Otherness- Argentinian electro punks tour Europe and leave us their tour diary

The Otherness- Argentinian electro punks tour Europe and leave us their tour diary

Crashed Out- Jarrow street punks by John Robb

If you like this please Tweet it, Facebook it or leave a comment http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Crashed Out are a tough looking, Jarrow based, street punk...

I Am Kloot- live review by Stuart Hatfield

I Am Kloot live... A truly wonderful occasion, the might of the Minster adding to the power of the performance. I read that I Am Kloot are on the edge of greatness. Wrong, they are already there.

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