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The ten best bands from By:larm 2011 new music festival

From black metal to unsettling ambient folk to hardcore

Last of the country gentlemen: Josh T. Pearson LP Review – by Ian Johnston

Josh T. Pearson\'s debut solo album is a solid gold classic. No debate, take it or leave it.

What does everyone think of the new Strokes single?

video! what does everyone think of the new Strokes single?

Frazer King, the most original new band in the UK? Live review

Frazer King- the most original young band in the UK? live review John Robb

The Cult live in Manchester, live review – by John Robb

If you like this please Tweet it, Facebook it or leave a comment https://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share The Cult are on a world tour. John Robb caught...

I Am Kloot- live review by Stuart Hatfield

I Am Kloot live... A truly wonderful occasion, the might of the Minster adding to the power of the performance. I read that I Am Kloot are on the edge of greatness. Wrong, they are already there.

The Scars, one of the great lost bands of post punk – by Gordon Legge

Scars frontman Rab King unzips his jacket to reveal, scrawled upon his matchstick chest, the words 'Marc Bolan'

Gorillaz, The Fall, album review – by John Robb

Damon Albarn recorded the new Gorillaz album on the road on his iPad. John Robb reviewed it on the road with his iPad...

'Meat Is For Pussies' controversial new book bluntly stating the case for veganism

It's the eternal debate, meat or no meat, the latest salvo has been fired in this blunt book written by a hardcore singer from new York City...

‘Meat Is For Pussies’ controversial new book bluntly stating the case for veganism

It's the eternal debate, meat or no meat, the latest salvo has been fired in this blunt book written by a hardcore singer from new York City...

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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