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Blackthorn Music Festival, Cheshire 2015 – festival preview

From singer/songwriters making their very first waves, to tribute acts allowing those with a penchant for nostalgia to revisit the heady days of the '80s and '90s, there really is something for everyone

Manic Street Preachers – The Holy Bible – Top UK Record Store Sales Chart

Manic Street Preachers have topped the sales chart with their recent Record Store Day release of "The Holy Bible". 20 years on since the...

De La Soul Team Up With Damon Albarn, Little Dragon, David Byrne & More On Upcoming Album | Kickstarter Campaign Packages

  Veteran hip-hop trio, De La Soul, have commenced a Kickstarter campaign to finance their eighth album which will be their first studio album in...

Wilco Cancels U.S. Show Due To Controversial New Indiana State Law

  American alt-rockers, Wilco, have cancelled an upcoming Indianapolis tour date over Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Wilco was scheduled to play May 7 at...

Watch Johnny Marr Cover Depeche Mode w/ Smiths b-side Single Details

  Johnny Marr covers Depeche Mode, I Feel You for  Record Store Day release, along with a Smiths classic as the b-side. Catch the video below. Guitar...

Ex Cops Have Beef With McDonald’s Sponsorship Of SXSW

New York duo Ex Cops aren't happy with hipster music festival SXSW's choice of sponsor. Find out why below. The Austin, Texas music festival, South...

Off The Page – Preview Of The Literature and Music Festival Brought To You By The Wire Magazine

Off The Page - Preview of the literature and music festival brought to you by The Wire Magazine and Qu Junctions

Northern Punk Scene Mourns Martin “protag” Neish

Northern punk scene mourns Martin "Protag" Neish, punk, sound engineer and political activist. Louder Than War's Jim DeBarker looks back.

Louder Than War Interview: Paul Gray of The Damned – the sensible gray cells

Bass legend Paul Gray talks to louder Than War about the brilliant new album he's made with Captain Sensible, A Postcard From Britain’, and life in The Damned.

Kinks to Reform? Dave Davies sparks rumours

Former Kinks guitarist gives interview to Rolling Stone that hints at the reforming of legendary British band

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Eminem new album has controversial song referencing Manchester Ariana Grande gig bombing

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