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Idles: Villa Marina, Douglas – live review

Idles, Cartesian Jetstream Villa Marina, Douglas 23rd Nov 2012. Hotly tipped Bristol guitar band Idles have been making quite a name for themselves locally. Chances are you're...

Fear Of Fiction Festival: Bristol – live review

This was an astonishing performance by FOF considering it was their first ever festival. It ran super smoothly & the bill was brilliant

The Wolfhounds: London – live review

Peel favourites play London gig on the anniversary of the DJ's death

Toy, Dark Horses, Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs: London – live review

"With guitar noise that veers from shrapnel to swirling steam to breaking glass, Krautrock has come to a room that at weekends hosts the G.A.Y nightclub."

Festival Number 6 – live review: picture special

Primal Scream, New Order, TOY, Tim Burgess & more - in pictures!

TOY – Toy – album review

Can TOY live up to the hype with their self-titled debut?

A Selection Of This Week's Best Videos. 1st Sept.

This weeks best new videos.

Green Man Festival 2012 – preview

What's on the LTW must-hear list at Green Man this weekend?

Kendal Calling – live review

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

Toy – Kendal Calling – live review and interview

We catch up with Toy after their blistering Kendal Calling set.

Field Day – London – live review

At Field Day you are, mercifully, unlikely to encounter Fearne Cotton.

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