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Live Review: Sigur Ros prove their point...

Icelandic art rockers Sigur Ros departed their usual forum of BBC snips and mobile phone adverts to headline the John Peel...

Film Review: Who still likes Editors? We...

Flick on a Joy Division record, push a vacuum against your temple and listen. Is that empty Joy Divison? No, it's the...

Live Review: 'We can change that...

It's always great to have Damon Albarn back at Worthy Farm. In recent years, he's become quite a statesmen of what the...

Live Review: Primavera Sound 2016 review

Do you think Radiohead ever sit back collectively (or even individually) and wonder how it ever got so damn big and...

Single Review: Happyness new summer...

London-based Happyness return with a new track ahead of their second album - the follow-up to 2015 aural time-machine Weird...

Live Review: Benjamin Francis Leftwich at...

Review by Jake Sayer. After a long hiatus, Benjamin Francis Leftwich has now embarked on his new tour promoting his upcoming...

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...

Andy's Musical Sermon : Do We Need Another...

With yesterday’s Apple Music announcement, some expected things happened: they announced a streaming service (a whole 7...

Andy's Musical Sermon : 'This is my dream.'...

You've probably already seen, but X-Factor is back! I've barely watched any of this series, so don't expect any...

Call It What You Want : But 00's music is...

So often these days I hear people say they wish they were born in a musical era before now. Whether it be the 60’s,...

Call It What You Want : But its not the Blink...

Before we start I have to confess, Blink-182 were a hugely important part of my school years and probably the first band I felt...
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