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Live Review: Life Is Beautiful Day 2

Day 2 of Life Is Beautiful and there is a distinctive Saturday Night  party night atmosphere in the air. Crowds seem...

Live Review: Life Is Beautiful Day 1

In a Glastonbury fallow year some of the crew of Supajam were wondering what could fill the gap in their Summer schedules....

Live Review: Neverworld 2018

And so we greet the latest incarnation on LeeFest  - the (once) cottage industry festival that seems to be growing up far...

Live Review: Frank Turner at the Forum

Review by Joe Burek. Pics by @davidcourtphotography One would be hard pushed to find a better candidate to play the 25th...

Live Review: Super Massive Headline show

As we sit here writing our review, people around us call across the tent; ‘did you not see it? Fucking Muse, man!’...

Live Review: Against The Current - Live...

We didn’t think we’d be able to squeeze American pop rock band Against The Current into our busy schedule this...

Andy's Musical Sermon : 6 Fresh Acts You Need...

In a week’s time thousands of 16ish year-olds across the country will be picking up their GCSE results, jumping and...

SupaJam City : Sam Smith becomes 1st Bond...

10 Bond themes far more forgettable than Sam Smith’s. As Brits, we’re constantly peppered with reminders from the...

SupaJam City : Happy 20th Birthday, V...

Remember V Festival? That festival that aspired to capture the eccentric, innovative spirit of the underground original Virgin...

A Different Type of Rock : Slade in Flame,...

        In making the cult classic Slade in Flame, the Black Country band derailed a primary coloured pop...

10 Of The Best : Unintentionally Creepy Music...

Welcome to another Halloween! This years All Hallows Eve is particularly terrifying because it’s the last one before the...

Andy's Musical Sermon : A defence of Nick...

I don't usually bang on about Radio here. I try keep it strictly music, but this has been going on for far too long so...
Special Feature

Burning Up Time by Nic Howden

 

With a new album and a documentary pending, funding in fits and starts from the beleaguered Pledge Music re the latter, the Stranglers kick off their Back On The Tracks dates this week. It will be the band’s last March tour, Jean Jacques Burnel, the man behind the most bruising, brilliant bass lines in rock ‘n’ roll, tells SupaJam. 

http://www.supajam.com/news/story/Burning-Up-Time-by-Nic-Howden