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Adam Ant – Live in Clacton – review

Adam Ant… in a caravan park?

Stone Roses ‘Second Coming’ album re-evaluated

not life changing, just great

Rammstein to appear on Jonathan Ross show?

Could Rammstein be getting some mainstream media love?

New Stone Roses book in 2012

Another book on the classic band...

Bring Me The Horizon launch own brand BBQ sauce

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

Noel Gallagher claims that Oasis were the ‘last great rock n roll band’

Noel Gallaghe has claimed that Oasis were the last great traditional rock n roll band

Jail Guitar Tours! Billy Bragg curates Glastonbury spin-off tour The King Blues, Akala and Sound Of Rum

Billy Bragg, a Glasto fixture, is to curate a Glastonbury spin-off tour called Left Field In Motion Tour with The King Blues,...

John Robb in conversation with Russ Winstanley

Louder Than War boss, John Robb will be hosting a live "In Conversation" with the Wigan Casino founder Russ Winstanley at the Birthday Event...

Mariachi El Bronx: UK tour announced

punk rock mariachi crossover genius comes to tour...

Queen Kwong: live review

Queen Kwong, Club Fandango at the Bull and Gate, Friday 9 September 2011 Queen Kwong upcoming gigs Queen Kwong's soundcloud: Queen Kwong's "London Invasion" started in earnest tonight...

Listen to new Tom Waits song ‘Bad As Me’

More great clanking madness from the master...

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