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Tribes & Blue Lip Feel: Preston – live review

Tribes were triumphant as they wowed their fans from the North West at Preston’s excellent 53 Degrees venue.

Johnny Marr: New Album & Live Dates Announced

Johnny Marr will play a show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire as part of his headline tour promoting his debut solo album, ‘The Messenger’.

Hostess Club Weekender: Japan – live review

Thurston Moore, Dinosaur Jr, Local Natives, Fucked Up, ...Trail of Dead and more!

This Many Boyfriends – This Many Boyfriends – album review

A joyous one-band indie disco of a record.

Nine Black Alps: Sirens – album review

"What happened to the Nine Black Alps?"

Reading Festival Review

What a festival to have in your home town.

The Cribs: New Albums & Tour News

The Cribs have announced details of two new albums & an extensive tour.

New Artist of the Day – KHAN

KHAN - Broadswords/Every Man (Gravy Records) CD/DL Out Now Todays new band is a Norwich three-piece called KHAN who formed out of the ashes of three other...

Kendal Calling – live review

So good we're bringing you a second review of Kendal Calling!

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