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Ramsbottom Music Festival 2012

So how do I sum this up, I won\'t, I will use the words of John Bramwell, “a F….ing Beautiful Little Festival”

Joe Duddell – interview

Joe Duddell on orchestrating Richard Hawley for 6Music

Golden Fable Album Launch

...and have been described as \'magnificent\' by no less than Guy Garvey

Are festivals just too muddy these days?

fed up with the rain and mud? read on...

Chris Helme – The Rookery – album review

A wonderful mix of light and dark, contradicting moods and well-crafted balladeering.

No WOMBLES, LURKERS OR THE ROLLING STONES … Keith's final words on the Olympics

.... and how much would a hologram of MARK E SMITH cost for next time ?

Seldom Seen, Never Forgotten – A Tribute to Bryan Glancy

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Nine years ago, bored and miserable because her mates were away, CATH AUBERGINE went to her local to watch some live music - little...

Elbow: Jodrell Bank – live review

Every song, even the touching quiet of The Night Will Always win...

New Band of the Day: The Reads

"Initially we just wrote music for ourselves, for our own pleasure."

Top 100 New Band Tips For 2012 by Shell Zenner – Part 2

second part of our definitive list of bands to watch out for in 2012

Bring Me The Horizon launch own brand BBQ sauce

"Our BBQ sauce has finally arrived. It tastes like Jesus' cum. So fucking good."

Leeds festival:Friday review part 2

more mud, Muse and music...

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