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Little Barrie: The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – live review

All pics courtesy of Matt Mead Little Barrie The Sunflower Lounge,  Birmingham 25th November 2016 3 piece combo Little Barrie are back on tour with their dynamite...

The Golden Troubadours – The River (Trent) Men

The Golden Troubadours are the best band to come out of Nottingham since Barrie Cadogan (Primal Scream Guitarist) formed Little Barrie. The Golden Troubadours create...

Flowered Up – A Weekenders Tale

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Super Furry Animals & Primal Scream: Times Square, Newcastle – live review

An epic evening of some of the finest bands the local area has to offer, all topped off by two of the finest live bands around.

Festivals: Chase and Status join Primals to headline new North East Festival Down To The Woods

Chase and Status join the Primals at the new Down Into the Woods festival….and it is less than a ton for the two day...

Temples: London – live review

"It's a bloody good sound that Temples make, y'know?"

Peace: Gloucester – live review

"And now who's ready for the New Wave Of Britpop?"

Public Enemy added to Kendal Calling line up

Public Enemy added to festival line up

Public Service Broadcasting: Kendal – live review

I was astounded as public Service Broadcasting took the audience on a journey through sound and time.

Exit Calm: Manchester, The Deaf Institute – live review

Euphoric, dramatic, big and beautiful, its just another outstanding tune from a band now surely coming into their own.

Black Roots: On The Ground In Dub – album review

From the opening I Believe, this album is wonderful stuff - starting the proceedings with a tight horn section and instant dub sounds, it’s simply scrumptious.

The Brits: Firing Blanks Again

Aside from Sandé, the night belonged to Mumford and Sons, four hugely punchable Cameron-endorsed pricks

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