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The Moose Machine – Live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share The Moose Machine Liverpool O2 Academy Saturday 3rd September 2011 Here at LTW we love X-Factor and have published a number of articles from John...

Balaclava ‘Crimes Of Faith’ – album review

2011 AD - Dark times; music tends to reflect the times - that being the case Balaclava sound mighty pissed off!

Obake “Obake” – Album review

it\'s dark, very dark - this is like being pummelled, the bass which plumbs deep ravines

New band! Xup

Xup make intriguing, atmospheric, scratchy songs complete with tripped out videos that match the music perfectly.

El Toro! – Live at Chickenstock 2011

Jimmy O barking “This is El Toro!” before his band bludgeoned the crowd into a seething mosh-pit

10 new bands for August

1. There is seemingly a trend for abbreviated bands at the moment and SBTRKT or subtract are one of the most cutting edge right...

The Pokes ‘High Hopes’ – album review

There has always been a strong argument that folk music is the original rebel music...

Vincent & The Onepotts – Live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Vincent & The Onepotts Sunday 17th July 2011 - The Railway, Greenfield (nr Oldham) It's a wet Sunday afternoon in Greenfield, a quaint ex...

Vincent & The Onepotts – Live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Vincent & The Onepotts Sunday 17th July 2011 - The Railway, Greenfield (nr Oldham) It's a wet Sunday afternoon in Greenfield, a quaint ex mill...

Tim Burgess launches new label with Electricity In Our Homes

Great start from Charlatans frontman's new label

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