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Django Django: New Slang, London – live review

There are few bands that can retain a snazzy exterior walking on stage in football shirts, but then few bands are as unashamedly self-assured as Django Django...

Wild Beasts: New Slang, London – live review

The sheer weight of equipment forbids any support act from tonight’s New Slang show. Four albums in, Wild Beasts are a long way from the nuts and bolts indie-pop of their debut...

Franz Ferdinand: New Slang, London – live review

Right band, right songs, right show from the sprightly Scottish art-rockers Franz Ferdinand.

Everything Everything: New Slang, London – live review

Review of Everything Everything at New Slang, London, 27th June 2013. The hype-averse band give as much as their name would suggest at a recent club show.

Mystery Jets @ The Hippodrome, Kingston – live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.ShareFollowing the recent release of their Americana-tinged “Radlands" album Mystery Jets have taken to the road. Martin Leay caught their Kingston gig & reports...

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HMLTD: The Flapper & Firkin Birmingham – live review

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HMLTD Birmingham, The Flapper & Firkin 16th Oct 2019 HMLTD bring their glamour and chaos to town with stunning effect,...

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Brett Anderson: Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester – live interview

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Brett Anderson Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester 10th October 2019 As Brett Anderson launches the second volume of his autobiography, Afternoons With...

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Die Orangen: Sonne – Single Review

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Die Orangen recently decamped to the thriving Berlin scene to develop their dark and pulsing industrial-inspired productions.

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High Noon – film review

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High Noon (1952) Director: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th September...

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Neighbourhood Festival 2019: Manchester – live review

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Will Metcalfe and Nigel Carr spent most of the day in Manchester checking out some of the best the city had to offer at Neighbourhood festival