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The Joy Formidable: Wolf’s Law – album review

The Joy Formidable – Wolf’s Law (Atlantic Records) CD / DL / LP Out Now Hot on the heels of the Monday's live review of The Joy...

SOS: A Challenge To the Dark – ep review

"Guitars, drums, keyboards, bass, all meld as if one cannot function without the other, coming together to make one grand, developed and mature sound."

Theme Tune Boy: Return of the Living Dead – album review

Amidst a current pledge drive, Theme Tune Boy are the latest project from Irish Indie/Punk legend Niall Quinn. Our Dublin reporter Ray Burke investigates.

Ultrasound – Play for Today – album review

Long-awaited Ultrasound album falls short for our reviewer.

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 ?

THE O***I*S (You know, that big ole sporting thing)(In London)(Soon).

But we'll be OK. Look at all those people in their green uniforms here to protect us and make us walk the right way up the escalators.

New Band Of The Day: Wideboy Generation

They draw their influences from bands such as The Jam, The Who, Artic Monkeys and Green Day ....

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Leeds festival:Friday review part 2

more mud, Muse and music...

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Nightingales announce new album and tour

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