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Misty In Roots – Live review

Misty In Roots rightly continue to dominate the UK reggae scene

Johnny Marr 1st solo gig for 7 years with several Smiths songs: live review

the first of 3 secret shows with the new Healers line-up

Eleanor Friedberger : live review

Fiery Furnaces frontwoman triumphs at London show

Mick Jones plays Clash songs for Hillsborough 96 Campaign (inc video)

the Spirit of The Clash returns just in time to save us all!

David J Roch – angel or devil?

"Wow!" reckons David Barnett...

Lola Colt – sensational live review!

David Barnett finds something to get excited about in North London.

Mueran Humanos: brilliant, dark keyboard duo

Their songs are captivating, haunting and beautifully strange

The Fall, Incubate Festival, Holland – Live review

People came to touch the hem of MES\'s garments, so to speak, dancing and whooping and crowd surfing...

The Narrows & Vei – Live review

New music from Manchester: The Narrows and Vei take familiar ingredients and do something unexpected with them....

Klaus Beyer: outsider artist who sings The Beatles

the Beatles as you have never heard them before...

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...

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