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Best of the bands at SXSW – both new and old

we go made trying to keep up with an avalanche of music...

Edwyn Collins live at SXSW

Edwyn Collins brings a humanity to SXSW

Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band – live at SXSW

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

Faris Badwan’s Cat’s Eyes

Live review of Faris Badwan's Cat's Eyes by Jo Nightingale

Stranglers/Wilko live review

Veterans on fire!

Noah And The Whale – Last Night On Earth

Gavin Dyda reviews the new album

UK Subs ‘Work In Progress’ – album review

album 24 shows no sign of middle aged spread...

Poly Styrene – Generation Indigo – album review

great comeback from highly influential punk icon

Young Fathers and Charli XCX – live review

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

Elbow: Build A Rocket Boys – a review

Elbow have carved out a uniquely English space for themselves that puts them far ahead of their peers

Beady Eye live in Manchester

Beady Eye triumph at Manchester Apollo.

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