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Peter Hook plays Joy Division – live review

Peter Hook's The Light deliver...

Gonjasufi- live review

something entirely and brilliantly different

Chain And The Gang – live review

At the moment they are a best kept secret but soon, if there is any justice, they will be staples.

White Denim – live review

White Denim might not be household names yet, but as far as tonight\'s crowd is concerned they are legends.

Adam Ant – first night of the tour review

and he's on the best form of his life!

Factory Floor – live review

pulsing post industrial trance from Brighton Great Escape festival

Lola Colt – live review

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Epic live review of Atari Teenage Riot

I know it's conventional to start a gig review by actually relating what's occurring at the gig itself, maybe by describing the support...

Sharp Tongues – live review

Great new music to set tongues wagging... Sharp Tongues live!

Great Escape 2011 – a review

...of the gigs we could actually get into!

Josh T Pearson at London Union Chapel

Josh T Pearson review "Is he \'aving a laugh!? We definitely aren\'t."

65daysofstatic play the soundtrack to Silent Running: a review

another great example of a band playing a live soundtrack to a film...

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