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Oasis: Some Might Say – 20th Anniversary

Oasis scored their first number 1 single with Some Might Say 20 years ago - we mark the anniversary with an in depth look at the band at that time

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds: Capital FM Arena, Nottingham – live review w/ full photo gallery

Noel's charisma and talent at writing a decent song or two makes him play arenas with unforgivale ease.

Music Box Discoveries Vol. 1

If you’re a music buff like me and you really just can’t get enough of it, then these lists of Music Box Discoveries are...

Alcoholier Than Thou: do falling stars burn brighter?

"Be it induced by death, the desire to cheat it or mere boredom, the days of mindless drinking, drugging and shagging do not maintain their appeal forever."

“Is it ok to be late on stage?” (If You’re Justin Beiber?)

Is demon spawn Bieber the only megastar to be guilty of this heinous crime?

Stone Roses – V Festival – live review

Stone Roses go down a storm headlining V Festival.

Fuji Rock Festival 2012 – live review

Our review of Stone Roses, Jack White, Specials and more at Fuji Rocks 2012

“Passport! Tickets! Tent!” The Alternative Far Flung Summer Holiday

A festival unlike just about any festival in the world.

Pete Macleod Interview.

Pete Macleod Interview.

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