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Melody’s Echo Chamber: London – live review

The place looks more like an unloved rehearsal room than anywhere worth seeing a gig, so thank heavens headliners Melody’s Echo Chamber are a band with songs so vivid and dreamy that, once opener ‘I Follow You’ begins to ripple through the PA, aesthetics cease to be relevant.

Y Not Festival announces further headline act

The Cribs added to Y Not Festival line up

Truck Festival announce bill : The Horrors to headline

The much loved Truck Festival returns with a pretty hot bill. The annual event, which takes place at Hill Farm in Steventon, Oxfordshire on...

Suede interview part 2

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Part 2 of Shell Zenner’s Top 150 New bands For 2013

part 2 of Shell Zenner's top 150 new bands of 2013

The Dandy Warhols: Heaven, London – live review

For all their cooler-than-thou hipster attitude, when on form The Dandy Warhols are one of the best live bands around...

Hostess Club Weekender: Japan – live review

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

Deacon Blue: Liverpool – live review

As Deacon Blue send everyone back into the calm night air happy they still possess a legacy that continues to stand the test of time….

Night Engine – live review!

Night Engine Sebright Arms, London 17th October Infallibly perfect bands don't come around every day. But when they do, they leave a trail which is easy to...

The Twilight Sad: The Remixes Album AND Competition

Now, the band and FatCat Records have announced the November 5th release of the No One Can Ever Know -The Remixes.

The Vaccines: Kings of Leon Syndrome, blanket broadcasting and indifference.

I liked it better when we didn\'t know what to expect from The Vaccines.

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