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Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band – live at SXSW

The world finally catches up with Yoko's 21st century freak disco

Young Fathers and Charli XCX – live review

new Edinburgh rap crew and 17 year old pop starlet impress LTW!

Beady Eye live in Manchester

Beady Eye triumph at Manchester Apollo.

Rats On Rafts- new Dutch noiseniks live

'They sound raw and exciting. A welcome change from the usual Indie by Numbers.'

Mogwai – Live review

' a joy to report that Britain's finest are right back at the top of their game.'

British Sea Power – live review

Andy Barding crawls through the foliage and reports back

Ernest+Tom at the Deaf Institute Manchester

In the audience tonight is Elbow front man Guy Garvey I ask him what he thinks, he answers “sounded amazing”. He\'s right, it did

Rob Zombie live review

Rob Zombie- live review by Nina Cresswell

Deathcrush- live review of the final great band from By:Larm 2011

Like the clank and grind of the early Pussy Galore trading mean stares and bubblegum with Teenage Jesus And the Jerks

James homecoming gig in Manchester, live review – by Phil Newall

I just wished the idiots would either save their alcohol and narcotic fuelled antics or even just stay away

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