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Kurt Vile : live review

Kurt Vile @ The Hope, Brighton Sunday 22 May 2011 photos from gig Straight outta Philadelphia, Kurt Vile and his three-strong band, The Violators, rode into Brighton...

My adventures at FOMfest by Josh Nicol – live review and other shenanigans

'it\'s about time Manchester got festival...here it is...'

The Charlatans – live review from FOMfest

'A tsunami of good feeling begins in the mosh pit...'

The Fall – live review from Friends Of Mine festival

They didn\'t bother with banter, chorus or cheery bonhomie they were a law unto themselves and were still fiendishly brilliant.

Teeth of the Sea / Parts & Labor – live review

An interesting clash of musical styles.....

Teeth of the Sea / Parts & Labor – live review

An interesting clash of musical styles.....

Sabrejets – album review

ex Rudi man comes up trumps with pure rock n roll project

Queens Of The Stone Age – live review

Could this be the best band in the world right now?

Peter Hook plays Joy Division – live review

Peter Hook's The Light deliver...

Seasick Steve- exclusive interview

A recent conversation with the venerable white country blues singer/songwriter Seasick Steve, talking about his magnificent new LP, You Can\'t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

Domino Records launch Domino Radio

Domino Records have announced they are to launch Domino Radio Domino Records, have today confirmed that they are to launch the Domino Radio station; 24hr...

Gonjasufi- live review

something entirely and brilliantly different

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