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Film Review: Neverworld kicks off Day 2...

Neverworld Day 2   As festival-goers headed to Neverworld’s  playground for adventure time, part two, young and...

Live Review: The Sun Comes Out For Keston...

Keston Cobblers Club Brings The Sunshine To Neverworld       Keston Cobblers Club coaxed the crowd of Neverworld...

Live Review: Elevensies: 11 Takeaway...

As the dust settles on the penultimate Glasto before the 50th anniversary next year, and more importantly, all the friendships...

Live Review: The Cure Close Glastonbury...

Most bands play a Glastonbury show. The Cure, however, simply play a Cure show at Glastonbury. Then again, they’ve always...

Live Review: Billie Eilish at Glastonbury...

It’s old ground to chew over, but there are problems in providing an artist whose put one hugely successful record and...

Live Review: Slaves give an alarm call to...

  ‘Wake up!’ screams Isaac Holman to the Glastonbury crowd. He thinks they’ve been slacking and is...

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...

Andy's Musical Sermon : 16 reasons the radio...

This is a modified and updated version of an article I recently wrote for eagle3, a radio station where I work a lot on local...

Andy's Musical Sermon : 5 cool things about...

Well, that was fun! So fun that I thought I should write about it. I won't list through every single facet of the weekend,...

Machiavelli's Guide to the Music Industry :...

This week our insider, Trev from Circle Recording Studios in Birmingham, explains how to avoid the music industry snakes while...
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