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April 2016

Northern Soul – Essential Mix

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A great collection of Northern Soul tracks from my personal collection. This compilation has some excellent Classic’s, Al Wilson – The Snake, Dobie Grey – The In Crowd, Frank Wilson – Do l love you, Bobby Garret – l cant get away,Tony Clarke – Landslide, Mary Love – Lay This Burden Down & many more Classics. Hope you enjoy these as much as l do. Keep The Faith !! These have been mixed into one continuous track,and the bitrates are all different, so the volume of each track will be mixed. Also, there is no time stamp’s for every individual…

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Savannah – Madchester Meets The Midlands…

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…and The Indie Britpop Sound Is Very Much Still Alive There! Introducing You To Savannah This weekend we were visiting my partners family in the Midlands which saw the familiar activities of drinking, 50th party, drinking, 90th party, drinking, seeing friends, drinking, going to see a local band, drinking, indian meal… you get the picture. It was great to see a band as a punter and not have to think too hard about what was going on. Whilst it’s pretty awesome going to see and shoot the Rock n’ Roll superstars on a regular basis its equally cool to be reminded about…

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Hiatus Kaiyote, Manchester Ritz

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Grammy nominated Melbourne contemporary soul outfit, Hiatus Kaiyote is a collaboration between four individuals (Nai Palm/singer-guitarist, Paul Bender/bass-production, Simon Mavin/keys-synths, Perrin Moss/drums-production). Their sound references a swathe of influences – electric, acoustic, futuristic, psychedelic, progressive, soothing and urgent – slipping in and out genre and defying definition. Signed to Salaam Remi’s Sony imprint Flying Buddha, the past 12 months has seen them make a rapid trajectory from share-house studios to sell out shows around the world after releasing their debut self-produced album Tawk Tomahawk. With a swag of awards in 2013 including Best Breakthrough Artist at Giles Peterson’s Worldwide Awards…

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New Album: Augustines – This Is Your Life Available 10th June

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Augustines return with the release of their new album, This Is Your Life, via Caroline International, on 10th June. The group, fresh from a sold out Electric Ballroom headline show and dates with Noel Gallagher in Europe, will play selected festivals (including headlining at Dot to Dot) over the summer, and will later return to the UK for an October tour that includes their biggest headline show to date, at London’s Brixton Academy (18th Oct). Listen to the new single from the album, When Things Fall Apart, (also released on 10th June) on Spotify. This Is Your Life Tracklisting: 1-…

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F.O.T.F EXCLUSIVE: Corrosion of Conformity

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Images & Words by Craig Carling I was sitting there, minding my own business at Tea Time tonight, when I got a message, alerting me to a gig that was happening in 2 hrs, 25 miles away. Not many bands can make me put myself through what I had to, to get to Manchester in the time I did, but one such band is Corrosion of Conformity. The band had decided that, rather than practice in some sterile rehearsal room, they would put on a show in a pub, despite only getting off the aeroplane some 4 hours previous to the…

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Bingley Music Live 2016

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Eighteen more incredible acts, including Sigala, Lightning Seeds, All Saints, Black Grape and We Are Scientists, are the latest acts to join the line-up for Bingley Music Live 2016. The Myrtle Park festival, which takes place 2-4 September, already boasts headliners Tinie Tempah, Travis, Echo and the Bunnymen and Sigma. The headlining act on Friday 2 September are Echo and the Bunnymen, who are set to thrill the crowd with hits such as Nothing Lasts Forever, The Cutter, The Killing Fields and Bring On The Dancing Horses. Joining them are the Lightning Seeds, with Ian Brodie and band delivering a…

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Liverpool Sound City

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Crowned ‘Best metropolitan festival’ at the UK Festival Awards, Liverpool Sound City is an unrivalled 2-day festival of incredible live music and arts, capturing the city of Liverpool and reinforcing it as the cultural core of the UK. One of the first music festivals of the year, Sound City sets the standard for all music festivals that follow, by offering music lovers the very best breakthrough acts and major names before anyone else. Headline acts this year include the below and many, many more. The partnership between Second Screen and Sound City has produced an app that allows users to…

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Augustines, Manchester Accademy

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Coming of the back of a European tour supporting Noel Gallagher and his Hi Flying birds, tonight’s host finish off a brace of shows, that saw them play a sold out gig at London’s Electric Ballroom last night The 19th April, tonight’s show is also a sell-out. The band are based in Brooklyn New York, a constant three piece, with Billy McCarthy Lead singer/guitarist, Eric Sanderson, vocals guitar/and just about any instrument he cares to lay his hands on, Rob Allen is the heartbeat of the band on percussion and drums. “Chapel” is the opener, it hits you hard, it…

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Troye Sivan & Astrid S, Birmingham O2 Institute

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On Saturday 23rd April, I headed down to the O2 Institute in Birmingham to check out Troye Sivan, and support act Astrid S, for the final show of the UK stretch of his Blue Neighbourhood Tour. As soon as I arrived at the sold out show I could tell just how popular Troye Sivan is, as the end of the queue was not visible, even 30 minutes after the opening of doors. Upon entering I could see that the main demographic of fans are screaming teenage girls, with the odd parent sat around the edge of the standing area. The…

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Spector Announce New Tour Dates

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Today Spector announce an 8 date tour of the UK, inspired by new track ‘Tenner’, released earlier this month as a 360 performance video. All shows are £10 and go on sale today. They start on 24th May and will be for 14+ Spector – Tenner This follows the completely sold out run of shows at which the band are playing both debut album ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’ and the critically acclaimed follow up ‘Moth Boys’ in both London and Manchester. Spector Are: Frederick Macpherson Thomas Shickle Danny Blandy Jed Cullen Live Dates: May 24th, Southampton, Joiners Arms 26th,…

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New Music From Mt. Wolf ‘HEX’ EP Out Now

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Mt. Wolf, who were recently named as one of NPR’s and KCRW’s top bands at SxSW this year, have confirmed a string of UK shows and festivals starting in May. More dates will be announced soon.  ‘HEX EP’ OUT NOW VIA CRC MUSIC LIMITED EDITION 12″ AVAILABLE NOW   LONDON SHOW AT OSLO + FESTIVALS CONFIRMED MAY 10 Oslo Hackney – London – TICKETS  19 The Great Escape  – TICKETS 27 Dot To Dot Festival – Manchester – TICKETS 28 Dot To Dot Festival – Bristol – TICKETS 29 Dot To Dot Festival – Nottingham – TICKETS JULY 16 Larmer Tree Festival – Wiltshire – TICKETS…

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The Stone Roses After Party With FAC 51 The Hacienda!!

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The Stone Roses After Party With FAC 51 The Hacienda. Hosting Two Special Shows For Stone Roses Concerts At Sankeys! The Stone roses after party line up is looking stellar as Todd Terry and Marshall Jefferson come across to perform on both nights while Graeme Park and Mike Pickering team up with Jon Dasilva for two very strong events across Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June. Fri 17th June & Sat 18th June Buy Tickets Here The Hacienda returns to Sankeys for two Stone Roses after party shows in June mixing the very best US guests alongside the original team of…

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Strawberry Slaughterhouse, High Voltage

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Strawberry Slaughterhouse came out in the mid-90’s, when the grunge wave was at its highest. Cobain had just passed away, and Denmark saw the dawn of iconic bands like Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, Psyked Up Janis, and Strawberry Slaughterhouse. The Straws debuted with their 1994 album “Teenage Torturechamber” followed up by the 1997 release “Suck – And The Art of Surviving Suburbia” and because of how times were back then, everyone thought they were a grunge band. However, as Strawberry proved tonight after 17 years apart, they made genuine solid rock songs, that hold up extremely well even today. And tonight they were…

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Download Festival

Download Festival 2016

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Like many UK festivals, Download often finds itself facing the pitfalls of a typical English summer and 2015’s event is no different. Download Festival 2015’s Friday’s headliners Slipknot performed in front of a sea of mud and an intense set of soggy downpours. But thats enough about the shitty UK weather, Who will be smashing the stage this year? Download Festival 2016 Main Acts Friday 10th June Rammstein. Korn. Killswitch Engage. Alien Ant Farm. Royal Repuplic. Saturday 12th June Bkack Sabbath. Deftones. Megadeth. Rival Sons. Sixx.A.M. Atreyu. Beartooth. Avatar. Sunday 13th June Iron Maiden. Nightwish. Disturbed. Shinedown. Halestorm. The Temperance Movement. Amon Amarth. Monster Truck. How…

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The Bank Holiday Gigantic Indie All Dayer, Manchester Academy

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With its reputation as a riotous first fixture in the festival calendar and an un-missable event for the connoisseur of indie, the annual music marathon proudly returns to kick-start the season once again with an almighty bang. Whilst the festivities won’t be getting underway until the Saturday 28th May 2016, we have been bursting to share with you the bands already booked up to ensure this is the line-up you’ve all been waiting for. Never one to shy away from a grand gesture, we are ecstatic to reveal the full line-up to appear across all three Academy stages for the Bank Holiday extravaganza… The Line Up…

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Battle Of The Bands Winners – Cabezudos

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Friday 22nd April saw the final of Liverpools’ Battle of the Bands. The show was rightly won by Cabezudos, ( they have been together for just over a year ) who gave an electric performance and had the crowd in the palm of their hands. The 4 piece consisting of Jack Hughes ( vocals ) Chris Bolton ( lead guitar ) Tom Maher ( bass ) and Harry Strachan ( drums ) and with the help of occasional trumpeter Sean Fay, tore up the stage, with Jack moving like a cross between Mick Jagger, Jim Morrison and a caged tiger.…

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DMA’s New Single – In The Moment

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The wait for DMA’S debut album is over with HILLS END released at the end of February on Infectious Music to wide critical acclaim. Following on from the Radio One A-listed single DELETE, DMA’S continue their quest to deliver further anthems for the people with new single, IN THE MOMENT, which hypnotises with its infectious jangling guitars, haunting melody and a chorus filled with melancholy and emotion. The single recently received its World Exclusive play on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show as his World Record Pick. “ … DMA’S deliver every tune with festival-slaying swagger …” NME “ … Brought…

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Leeds Band – The Calls Set To Release New EP

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Following their debut double A-side single, THE WATERFRONT / DREAMS OF YESTERDAY, released in October of last year, Leeds band THE CALLS have announced their forthcoming GARAGELAND EP, Date TBA “ … A rawness of power that should stop comparisons with other Leeds bands …” MELOGRAPHIC “ … Their lyrics are poignant and elevate them from the cud … raucous and life-affirming …” TOAST “ … A dark horse of a band with the playful antics of Brakes and just a hint of The Libertines …” XYZ “ … The Calls deliver the chaos associated with them whilst maintaining a…

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The Third Album Of Temper Trap Is Finally Here… Listen

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The Temper Trap have announced their eagerly awaited third album, THICK AS THIEVES, and debut its first single, the anthemic FALL TOGETHER, available to stream and buy now. THICK AS THIEVES is also available to pre-order now, ahead of its release on 10 June via Infectious Music / Liberation Music / Glassnote Records. THICK AS THIEVES sees THE TEMPER TRAP collaborating with outside songwriters for the first time in their history and with striking results. Justin Parker [Lana Del Rey, Sia, Bat for Lashes] worked on FALL TOGETHER; whilst the album also features collaborations with Ben Allen [Animal Collective, Deerhunter] and…

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UK Headline Dates + New Music from Band Of Skulls. Listen here

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“… A surge of saw-toothed guitars…” CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND “… A rip-snorting three minutes of rock …” SHORTLIST “… Nicely jagged and bass-thumping …” CLASSIC ROCK  The band have also shared a live video of new song EROUNDS, which is lifted from the album. The video was filmed at Rockfield Studios, where the album was recorded, BAND OF SKULLS have announced a string of UK headline dates to take place in October. The new dates are in support of their forthcoming album, BY DEFAULT, due for release on 27 May via BMG Recordings, and follow the band’s previously announced shows…

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Wilko Johnson & Joanne Shaw Taylor, The O2 Forum, Kentish Town

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This has been a weekend of boyhood heroes. Last night: Jeff Lynne’s ELO at the O2. Tonight: Wilko Johnson at the O2 Forum, Kentish Town. One day, London’s best music venues won’t all be named after an unremarkable mobile phone network. But I digress… I’ve been loving the work of Wilko Johnson ever since, at the age of 14, I saw him on TV demonstrating how he seemingly plays rhythm and lead guitar at the same time. The man is a genius. He’s also the reason I shoot live music photography. As is now well documented, in late 2012, he…

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Hollywood Undead, Manchester 2016

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Get Buzzed, Get Fucked Up? We recently sent our very own Jakob Muxoll to cover Hollywood Undead at Vega Hall Main Hall in Copenhagen. The review and show was that explosive we had to cover them again at their Manchester show. Hollywood Undead are: Johnny 3 Tears J-Dog Charlie Scene Funny Man Da Kurlzz Danny Website Facebook

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Goodbye Kitty K, High Voltage Rock Club

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Goodbye Kitty K (a.k.a. GBKK) has graced the Copenhagen rock scene since 2010, and brings you back to 70’s New York punk scene, but with a modern twist. Having invented the genre “scrap rock”, GBKK mixes The Stooges, Iggy Pop and elements from all parts of the punk universe. The quartet’s singer, Kat Van Ville, show us what a female Jim Morrison would sound like, and delivers her flamboyant chops with an attitude and confidence, that leaves many male singers crying in the corner. As a photographer, I’ve shot GBKK on many occasions, press photos and many of their gigs, and this evening they delivered…

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Hands Off Gretel, Whitby Goth Weekend

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Grrrl Power at Whitby Goth Weekend At the centre of all things Gothlike is the Yorkshire Coastal Town of Whitby, it’s the place where Bram Stoker found some inspiration to write Dracula, so Goths from all over the UK descend twice a year (once at Halloween – obviously!) and this is the Spring Festival at Whitby Spa Pavilion with headliner’s Therapy and Wayne Hussey. The Whitby Goth Weekend has been running successfully since the mid 90’s a well-supported, and well run event that transcends pure Goth into alternative wider genres with punk, grunge, emo and metal fans given a warm…

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2016 Music Festivals Guide – The Smaller But Cooler Festivals

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With the larger music festivals now pretty much sold out, costing a bomb and some lines ups like V just looking shamefully pants – we had a look at some of the smaller music festivals which still have tickets available, wont break the bank and all in all – probably a little cooler. Music festivals in the Uk are now renowned around the world for their creativity and their clout in capturing the coolest acts around. They also form one of the most saturated festival markets in the world, so here are some of the smaller, cooler festivals which every music fan…

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Terrible Love – Change Nothing”

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Change Nothing” out on 12” this Friday via Big Scary Monsters A blistering emotional assault, there’s a fury to ‘Change Nothing’ that harnesses all the frustration that remaining undercover so long garnered and sets it ablaze – DIY MAG What do you get when you chuck current and former members of FFAF, Bastions, Grappler and Crocus into a room together? The answer, of course, is something quite brilliant, in this case the ferociously confrontational Terrible Love – ROCK SOUND Formed in the wake of the recently departed Goodtime Boys, Bastions and Grappler, modern hardcore band Terrible Love are something more than…

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Lonely The Brave Release New Music

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After the success of the recent epics “Black Mire”, “What If You Fall In” and “Radar”, Lonely The Brave release an album highlight – the hook-laden, anthemic “Rattlesnakes”, a song premiered last night as a ‘World First’ by the DJ who discovered them, Zane Lowe. As well as the release of “Rattlesnakes”, the band have announced heavy psych act Swedish Death Candy as the main support on their upcoming tour, alongside special guest appearances from Fatherson and Grumble Bee. “A band whose name will soon be up in lights, whether they like it or not” NME “This Cambridge quartet specialise in…

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Wolfmother – A No Nonsense Aussie 3-Piece Powerhouse!!

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If you assembled all that is good in a classic rock outfit and leave out the annoying drum solo, the wibbly organ solo, the “let’s divide the room and have a camp chorus sing off”, then you are left with Wolfmother. A no nonsense Aussie 3-piece powerhouse of a rock band, where the only thing that matters is the relentless energy, musicianship, sweet high toned vocal and booming sound. The downside is, there is no break for a trip to the bar or loo, it really doesn’t stop from the moment they come out to the new album title track…

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Wilko Johnson Announces UK Headline ShowsR&B

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R&B legend Wilko Johnson has announced his first UK headline shows since his sensational appearance with Roger Daltrey at Shepherds Bush Empire last year. Blues singer-songwriter & guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor joins him as special guest on these six unique shows, taking place throughout April 2016. 14 April Glasgow O2 ABC 15 April Newcastle O2 Academy 16 April Manchester The Ritz 21 April Bristol O2 Academy 22 April Leamington The Assembly 23 April London O2 Forum Kentish Town These unique must see shows unite two awesome talents who individually sell out every venue they play. Wilko has had a four-decade…

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Seething, Pushing Sweaty Mess…. Vant Live At The Dome

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“Well this crowd are pretty tame” …I thought, shortly after VANT came on stage and started crashing out the killer chords to their opening number “The Answer”. Famous last words however, and in less than a minute, the whole front section of the Dome in Tuffnell Park had turned into a seething, pushing sweaty mess of bodies, all going completely mental for the band on stage. And so it continued for the next hour and a bit with every song creating more and more energy, which was then fed on by the band to just push things a bit further.…

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Musician Prince Dies Aged 57

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Singer-songwriter Prince has died at the age of 57 at his home in suburban Minneapolis, his publicist has confirmed. It comes days after reports that the musician was taken to hospital after his plane made an emergency plane landing. He was said to be suffering from flu. His publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, told the Associated Press news agency the music icon was found dead at his home on Thursday in Chanhassen. His innovative music spanned rock, funk and jazz. He sold more than 100 million records during his career. “It is with profound sadness that I am confirming that the legendary,…

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Wheatus “We just keep getting asked to come back”

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It’s a special time for music; not too much of it sticks and when it does well, it usually isn’t everyone’s cuppa. “We really don’t run into people who don’t like “Dirtbag,” including us,” Wheatus frontman, producer & songwriter brendan b brown says whilst fiddling with a vacuum tube that reads “Made In West Germany”. It seems that Wheatus do indeed still love playing their multi-platinum, ubiquitous 2001 classic “Teenage Dirtbag.” “I grew up idolizing Rush & AC/DC. Bands that last forever… One of the fears I had when “Dirtbag” kicked-off was that it would get old quick or be…

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Funeral For A Friend, Last Chance to Dance’ tour

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On Wednesday 13th April, Funeral For A Friend brought their ‘Last Chance to Dance’ tour – the final one for the post-hardcore band – to the O2 Institute, for the first of two shows in Birmingham. To open the night with a bang were London-based band ‘Zoax’. Having only formed in 2013, and just releasing their debut self-titled album in May 2016, I guess you could say Zoax are incredible new to the scene, in comparison to their touring buddies, but this did not seem to matter in the slightest as they walked onto the dark stage with a laid-back…

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The Blinders, Sound Control, Manchester

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You know when you go to see a band more out of loyalty to a friend than because you really want to go? That was me, yesterday. I don’t take my children to many gigs, especially those at city centre venues. But last night, I was determined to stick to my word and go to see a band I have barely heard, because I didn’t want to let someone down. So, I arrived at Sound Control, children in tow, to see and to photograph The Blinders – 3 young men from Doncaster.  There really should have been that sign on…

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All Tvvins – The Barfly, Camden London 14th April

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Considering they formed less than two years ago when their respective bands broke up, All Tvvins have had a pretty rapid journey to their position of one THE hip bands of the moment. Their recorded material has a real retro dance driven pulse about it, backed up with some anthemic guitar grooves, so its no surprise they’ve had plenty of airtime on Radio X and gained a support slot with Kodaline last year. In fact given their impending superstardom I was pleasantly surprised to see them playing the Barfly with its capacity of only 200! However, before All Tvvins, I…

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Interview: Yes Keyboardist Geoff Downes

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There is a real buzz of excitement around the widely anticipated UK and European tour that Yes are about to embark on. After all, the Grammy award-winning progressive rock band have been wowing their fans for forty-eight years and are about to head out and perform two of their most iconic albums in their entirety; the highly acclaimed album Fragile and for the first time ever Drama. Having sold tens of millions of records over their four-decade career, this double-album tour will be yet another achievement to add to the bands repertoire, who are known for their esoteric lyrics, complex,…

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Record Store Day Is Here

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What Are You Hunting For? Record Store Day is an annual event, founded in 2007, held on the third Saturday of April each year to celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store. The day brings together fans, artists, and thousands of independent record stores across the world. A number of records are pressed specifically for Record Store Day, and are only distributed to shops participating in the event. Official Vinyl Charts On Record Store Day 2016 1, GORE – DEFTONES 2, PAINTING OF A PANIC ATTACK – FRIGHTENED RABBIT 3, EVERYTHING YOU’VE COME TO EXPECT – LAST SHADOW PUPPETS 4,…

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Seasick Steve has announced News Of Biggest Ever Headline…

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12th April 2016 London – Seasick Steve has announced that he will be performing his biggest ever headline show at The SSE Arena, Wembley on the 14th October 2016.  Tickets will go on general sale on 15th April 2016 and will be available here It’s been 10 years since Seasick Steve first appeared on the BBC as part of Jools Holland’s ‘Hootenanny’ in 2006, a legendary performance which turned him into a household name overnight, with his debut solo album ‘Dog House Music’. Steve plans to celebrate this 10th anniversary in style, and tear the roof off this iconic London venue…

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New EP From Willow Robinson

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Introducing 22-year-old singer songwriter Willow Robinson. Born in Los Angeles to British parents, now residing in Hay-on-Wye and recently signed to Alan McGee’s Creation Management (after playing his first ever gig). Willow releases his debut single ‘Stones’ next month via ADA / Warner Chapel. An EP will follow on April 29th, featuring the single, along with a selection of self-produced tracks recorded in Willow’s home studio in rural Wales. Willow Robinson joins Cast on tour this April:  Apr 14 O2 Academy 2, Sheffield Apr 15 O2 Academy, Leicester Apr 16 O2 Academy 2, Birmingham Apr 22 O2 Academy, Newcastle Upon Tyne…

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New Atlas – Young Hearts EP

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Introducing ambient pop duo New Atlas, the brainchild of singer songwriter Eoghan O’Hagan. Recently named one of BBC Northern Ireland’s hottest new acts by Huw Stevens (Radio One), the band toured the UK and Ireland extensively in 2015. Following a huge response to their appearance at last year’s Sound City Festival, they moved from their native Belfast and set up shop in Liverpool in early 2016. “Ridiculously promising” – BBC Across the Line In April 2016 they release their debut EP as New Atlas – ‘Young Hearts’, produced and mixed by Rocky O’Reily.(Wheatus, Ex Magician). During the writing of the EP New Atlas…

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