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Top 10 Artists I Just Don’t Get – Part 2

Part one of top 10 artists I just don't get is here. 6. Van Morrison - astral c@nt! Van doesn't let his videos get embedded to...

Cashing in on Pussy Riot

There was an interesting piece in the Moscow Times last week looking at what has already become the iconic Pussy Riot ‘brand’, saying that...

Ysan Roche Interview by Roisin Kelleher

On Ysan Roche's website it says "Her music has spread all over the internet, becoming popular in the US, Europe and all around the...

Chrome Canyon: Elemental Themes – album review

To put it bluntly, this is just an amazing piece of work; absolutely spectacular.

Naked Touch: The Institute – Photography Exhibition.

His most famous client though was undoubtedly David Bowie...

Starring: ABCDEFG-HIJKLMNOP-QRSTUV-WXYZ – album review

This really is a well-produced, creative, solid package from beginning to end.

Paul Heaton’s ‘The 8th’ – Barbican, London – live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Paul Heaton's 'The 8th' London, Barbican 6th July 2012. Following on from such notables as Bjork & Damon Albarn it's now Paul Heaton's turn to have a...

Primavera Sound 2012: Barcelona – live review

The man behind Neutral Milk Hotel takes to the stage, sits on a lonely chair and beckons the audience to come closer.

Mudkiss – we urge you to check out fellow pop culture website…

Mudkiss is a great website that deals in rock n roll- we urge you to listen to it...

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