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June 2016

Verve Re Release Box Sets of ‘A Storm In Heaven’ and ‘A Northern Soul’

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Back then, of course, they were known simply as ‘Verve’… But can it really be almost 25 years since Richard Ashcroft (vocals), Nick McCabe (guitars), Simon Jones (bass) and Pete Salisbury, (drums) arrived like a bolt from the blue into a grey musical universe and reminded the world quite how transcendent rock’n’roll can be? On September 9th UMC release expanded editions of The Verve’s seminal first two albums “A Storm In Heaven and “A Northern Soul” Both remastered by Chris Potter (co-producer of the band’s Urban Hymns) at Metropolis studios, the albums feature previously unreleased and never-heard-before tracks, E.P. and…

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Slipknot, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

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The countdown had begun. It was an hour before the show started and the line around the arena was beginning to wrap around the building. Standing on the sidewalk outside the barrier was a street preacher with a megaphone pleading to the lost souls in line not to go into the area with the devil. As the doors to the arena opened he asserted, “I have been where you are! You are on the Highway to Hell!”, to which the crowd cheered with an overwhelming response and filed into the open doors of the temporary hell. Serving as the nexus…

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UK TOUR: Catfish and the Bottlemen

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Swiftly following the release of their eagerly anticipated new album ‘The Ride’, Brit Breakthrough Award winners Catfish and the Bottlemen announce a UK Tour this November that includes their biggest show to date at The SSE Arena Wembley November 15th. ‘The Ride’ is set to top the album charts this Friday and has had the critics raving with Q saying ‘Van McCann’s dream is to headline stadiums. Don’t bet against it’ and Mojo coming to the same conclusion calling the album ‘a second set of stadium ready anthems’. The band’s infectious collection of alternative rock anthems being described as “flowers…

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NEW: Watch New Video of ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’

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The Beatles Achieve One Billion Streams Within Six Months of Global Streaming Launch London and Las Vegas – June 29, 2016 – The Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd. has partnered with Cirque du Soleil to produce a new music video, premiering today exclusively on Vevo, for “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (LOVE Version). This evocative video represents the re-staging of George Harrison’s iconic Beatles song especially for the 10th anniversary of The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil at The Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Today’s video launch is accompanied by the landmark news that songs by The Beatles…

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NEW MUSIC: Colour ‘Kafé’ EP

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Having burst on to the scene last year with singles ‘Strangers’ and ‘Nowhere’, championed by the likes of Clash, Shortlist and The Daily Mirror, COLOUR return with a brand new self-produced 4-track EP on 28th June, recorded at COLOUR’s own Canvas Sound Studio on the northwest coast. Featuring COLOUR’s now trademark muted guitar and synth intro, lead track ‘Fiction’ is a dark and angular indie epic made for the stage, concerning our culture’s current deluge of blatantly false advertising. The EP also features live favourite ‘Killer’, along with new recordings of ‘Kerosene’ and ‘Pendulum’. “Widescreen chiming indie” – Shortlist “COLOUR…

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NEW MUSIC: For The Girl ‘Where Did Time Go’

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The energetic Indie Pop Rock quintet from Nottingham bring their own pack of playing cards to the table. With an eclectic amalgamation of different genres, the band bring a well-received style of music wherever they play that you can’t help but get into. “Where Did Time Go?” is the uplifting first single taken from the bands new EP “Shark Attack”, which is due out on the 8th of July. Lyrically, this song describes an emotions and feelings, something that a large amount of people experience at some point in their lifetime: the search for you inner self. With a number…

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NEW MUSIC: Cassius ‘Ibifornia’

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Cassius have confirmed details of their first album in ten years, ‘Ibifornia’, which will be released on June 24th via Polydor/Interscope Records. Two new songs debuting today – ‘Go Up’ (featuring Cat Power and Pharrell Williams) and ‘The Missing’ (featuring Ryan Tedder & Jaw) – are available immediately when pre-ordering the album, alongside the full-length version of surprise recent track, ‘Action’; which premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on Radio 1, and has since picked up support across Radio 1, 6Music, Spotify and Beats 1. It’s important to start with the title, because that’s what Cassius did. Before…

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Guy Garvey, Sounds Of The City, Manchester

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This summer some of the most acclaimed live artists are taking over Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl for Sounds Of The City 2016. Opening the series on Friday 1st July for a special hometown show is one of Britain’s great vocalists and songwriters Guy Garvey. Guy Garvey has spent the last twenty five years as a member of Elbow and as one of the UK’s most recognised and celebrated musicians and lyricists. His recent solo debut, ‘Courting the Squall’, received excellent reviews and has seen Guy play sold out shows across the UK, which were met with critical acclaim. Preceding the Castlefield…

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NEWS MUSIC: The Divine Comedy ‘Foreverland’

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New Album From The Divine Comedy ‘Foreverland’ Released September 2nd 18 UK & Irish Dates Including A Palladium Show With their eagerly anticipated eleventh album ‘Foreverland’ due for release September 2nd, The Divine Comedy have announced 18 UK & Irish dates (alongside a full European tour) this October and early in 2017. Since The Divine Comedy’s inception in 1989, Neil Hannon has time and again proved to be one of the UK’s best and most original songwriters. New album ‘Foreverland’ exemplifies this, with references to everything from Catherine The Great to the French Foreign Legion. Neil says of the new record, ‘it’s…

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NEW MUSIC: Dodgy, What Are We Fighting For. New Album

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What Are We Fighting For’ is the fifth album from the original Dodgy line-up – Nigel Clark, Mathew Priest and Andy Miller – and the first of new material since their widely lauded comeback reunion album, ‘Stand Upright In A Cool Place’. It is also the first album to feature relatively new member Stu Thoy on bass and vibes, who joined the band to help them tour the last album and has managed to hang on in there ever since, and their first for new label Cherry Red Records. Lets remember the anthems… Self-produced and mixed in Worcestershire, the 10…

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Cream Classics with Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

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O2 Academy Brixton Presents Cream Classics with Live Philharmonic Orchestra Saturday 10th September 2016 Following Cream’s spine tingling sell out shows at Liverpool Cathedral back in April which saw the global dance brand collaborate with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra for an unforgettable performance of dance classics, we are pleased to announce its return as they bring Cream Classics to the capital on Saturday 10th September, taking over one of London’s most iconic and landmark theatres, O2 Academy Brixton.  Dance duo and former Cream residents K-Klass who have curated the set list will see their selection orchestrally come to life as Cream’s…

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Ocean Colour Scene, Millennium Square, Leeds

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To mark the 20th anniversary of their legendary Moseley Shoals album, Ocean Colour Scene are going be celebrating in style! On 23rd & 24th July Ocean Colour Scene will headline Leeds’s famous Millennium Square with very special guests!  The SOLD OUT, Saturday show will see the headliners Ocean Colour Scene joined by Shed Seven & The Bluetones with further support from The View & The Sherlocks. Gutted you missed out? Fear no more! Due to phenomenal demand Sunday 24th July was added and will also feature Shed Seven & The Bluetones however with the addition of Reverend and the Makers and Carnabells! Its doesn’t get cooler than that! Get your hands on the few remaining Sunday tickets here After party tickets…

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Good Charlotte Announce UK Tour Dates

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Multi-platinum-selling pop-punk icons Good Charlotte have announced a handful of shows in the UK ahead of their performances at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. Good Charlotte will be joined on these dates by Waterparks, Big Jesus and Roam (Birmingham only) in support.  What an exciting line up of some incredibly talented upcoming bands! August 24th, Glasgow, O2 Academy* 25th, Manchester, O2 Ritz* 26th, Leeds Festival 27th, Birmingham, O2 Institute* 28th, Reading Festival Tickets go onsale on Friday June 17th at 9am .  The band will also be offering VIP Meet and Greet and merch packages for these shows.  These…

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NEW MUSIC: The RPMs – Digital Disobedience

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Brighton based trio The RPMs will release their debut EP ‘Digital Disobedience’ on 24 June 2016 through Xtra Mile Recordings. The EP is released on 12” vinyl as well as digital download. Pre-orders are available now with lead single ‘I Don’t Like It’ available instantly on all digital pre-orders.  The four-track EP encapsulates the sound, style, and even smell of The RPMs home-grown gritty, rock tinged sound. Their main track ‘I Don’t Like It’ pitches you the rough and ready confidence of youth with tunes you can hum, beats you can tap and lyrics you can sing in the shower. Inspired…

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Crobot Biography With Images From 02 Academy

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There was a time when rock radio was dominated by great riffs. From Deep Purple’s “Smoke On the Water” and Derek And The Dominoes’ “Layla” to Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” and Rage Against The Machine’s “Killing In The Name Of” it was all about that unmistakable guitar sound that instantly identified a band or song. The four members of Crobot — Brandon Yeagley (lead vocals), Chris Bishop (guitar), Jake Figueroa (bass) and Paul Figueroa (drums) — have united to bring that back. Blending funk, blues, metal and good old-fashioned rock and roll into a howling vortex of Yeagley’s vocals, Bishop’s…

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Vintage Trouble, Biography & Images From 02 Forum, London

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Over the past few years, Vintage Trouble have wowed audiences across the globe by opening for The Rolling Stones in London’s Hyde Park, touring North America and Europe with The Who, and playing sold-out headline shows worldwide. Now, on their debut album for Blue Note Records, the Los Angeles-based foursome — singer Ty Taylor, guitarist Nalle Colt, bassist Rick Barrio Dill, and drummer Richard Danielson — channel the vitality of their live show into a fresh and urgent take on guitar-powered rhythm & blues. Produced by Blue Note president Don Was (a three-time Grammy Award-winner known for his work with…

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Embrace Announce Secret Festival 2016

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Embrace have announced details of their third yearly event The Secret Festival, taking place this year (as it did so successfully last year) at Lotherton Hall, near Leeds Saturday 3rd September After years of playing Secret Gigs in weird and wonderful locations throughout the UK (BesBest caves, forests, boats, stately homes) Embrace curated their first Secret Festival in 2014, winning BEST NEW FESTIVAL in the UK Festival Awards that year. As in previous years, apart from Embrace performing the rest of the line up will remain a closely guarded secret until the day of the event. Previous surprise guests at The Secret Festival have included The…

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Louis Berry Announces 7 date UK Headline Tour

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One to watch in 2016, Louis Berry embarks on a 7 date UK headline tour this autumn including a show at London’s Oslo on October 5th  We recently sent our very own Dave Hudson to shoot and interview Louis and he was blew away! Read the review and see the images here Louis has a backstory that reads like a modern day fairytale.  Preaching firebrand rock n roll anthems crafted from the alleyways of Liverpool, this son of a heroin addict father has already been compared to Johnny Cash and Alex Turner.   After his first live show he signed a…

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Ash Announce 20th Anniversary 1977 Shows in UK

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2016 sees the 20th Anniversary of Ash’s debut number 1 album “1977” and to commemorate this the band have announced a special run of shows where the album will be played in it’s entirety Speaking about the anniversary itself and the live dates the band said; “We’re as excited as we are in disbelief to announce the 20th anniversary tour of 1977. Some of these songs have grown with us throughout those years; others have the ability to transport us mentally and emotionally back to that crazy formative year of 1995 to 96. These gigs are going to be a…

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Stone Roses, Manchester Etihad

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As far as relevant bands go there aren’t many, in my opinion, who are just as relevant today as they were 30 years ago! There’s always a massive buzz and sense of excitement, not just around Manchester but the entire country,  when rumours start flying  about a potential Stone Roses announcements.  Firstly, I just want to say I met some amazing people Wednesday, Friday and Saturday! Great to have met you all and as always… One Love! Are you in our Hall of Fame? In October 2015, fans of the band were met with mysterious lemon posters around the Manchester area…

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Saint Agnes, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London

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I first saw Saint Agnes in 2014. It was a side project of Kitty Austen from psych-rock faves Lola Colt, except it was a much more raw, blues-rock sound, and as much as I love Lola Colt, I was an instant convert and disciple of Saint Agnes. In the intervening two years I’ve seen the band play quite a lot, mostly around north and east London, as well as a killer set at last year’s Cosmosis Festival in Manchester. Apart from a change of drummer, the line up of Jon Tufnell on guitar, vocals and harmonica; Kitty on guitar, vocals…

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre, O2 Liverpool

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Before the gig started, the assembling crowd were greeted to a DJ set, by non other than Will Sergeant, ( Echo and the Bunnymen ) and Joel Gion ( The Brian Jonestown Massacre ) which was handy as the gig was delayed due to technical difficulties. The band appeared and I was transported back to the 60’s when I caught The Brian Jonestown Massacre for the first time. The main room at the O2 was packed solid, with over 1000 punters acting as one writhing, pulsating mass. With Anton Newcombes’ adherence to his 60’s psychedelic roots, masses of guitars and…

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BREAKING: Meat Loaf Collapses On Stage

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US rock star Meat Loaf has collapsed on stage during a concert in Canada. Video footage from Thursday’s concert in Edmonton shows the singer, whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday, falling on stage during his performance. Earlier in the week he had cancelled shows in Moose Jaw and Calgary, saying he was ill. The 68-year-old is one of the most successful recording artists of all time with hits including Bat Out of Hell. He was performing another hit, I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That), when he dropped his microphone and fell to the floor, video footage…

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The Secret City Festival 2016, Tennessee

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During World War II there was a secret so well-kept that many people still do not know about it. In 1942 the U.S. government chose the site of Oak Ridge, Tennessee to house a uranium producing plant that would be a staple in the Manhattan Project and help build the first atomic bomb. It was a dangerous attempt, and in order for it to work, the entire city would have to keep a secret. Thanks to the tight lips of the people in the city, the effort was a success. In honour of the dedication of the people of the…

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Garbage, Troxy, London

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Troxy, in Tower Hamlets East London, is a marvellous place. Constructed in 1933 as a grand Art Deco cinema, Troxy’s extravagant chandeliers and giant mirrors reflected the confidence and glamour of the early part of the period. As with many such buildings, in later years it had experienced some decline – being left empty for a period and used as a bingo hall for quarter of a century. In 2010, a six-year restoration project was commenced, and the building – including its stunning Wurlitzer organ (the largest in Europe) – now gleams, rightfully occupying its place as one of London’s…

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NEWS: Noel Gallagher Announces Concluding Live Show of 2016

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds announces concluding show at Brixtons O2 Academy for the first time ever… Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will wrap up 2016’s touring schedule at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Tuesday September 6th. This very special show will round off a hugely successful year for the band and marks an end to over eighteen months touring in support of the group’s critically acclaimed Chasing Yesterday album. The tour will have seen Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds play 121 shows and festivals to over 1,700,000 people in 27 countries across 5 continents. The O2 Academy Brixton show…

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NEW MUSIC: Garbage – Strange Little Birds

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Garbage’s sixth studio album Strange Little Birds is now available in stores and at all digital retailers. The album was recorded and produced by the band (Shirley Manson, Steve Marker, Duke Erikson and Butch Vig) in Los Angeles and released via their own STUNVOLUME Records. Strange Little Birds is the follow up to 2012’s heralded Not Your Kind of People. The album is available for purchase both physically here and digitally here. To watch their music video for the album’s single “Empty”, directed by longtime collaborator Samuel Bayer, click here.  “Garbage haven’t released an album this immediate, melodically strong and thematically interesting since their self-titled 1995 debut.” Mojo “Garbage…

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Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Boston Music Room

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Sometimes you go to a gig to see a particular band and end up being blown away by the other acts on the bill. It certainly happened on Monday, the hottest day of the summer so far, at Boston Music Room in north London. I was there to see Broken Witt Rebels (again), the Birmingham blues-rock band that are rapidly amassing a well-justified following, especially from radio stations that are sometimes a bit slow on the uptake. Both live and on record, it never fails to amaze that four young guys from the Midlands are producing such a raw, soulful…

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Radiohead, Roundhouse, London With Bio Biography

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Radiohead were one of the most innovative and provocative bands of the 1990s and 2000s, five very serious Englishmen guys who developed their own sound and always tried really, really hard. The band, who were also the biggest art-rock act since Pink Floyd, began as purveyors of a swooning, from-the-gut sound that Alicia Silverstone aptly labeled as “complaint rock” in the film Clueless. But albums like 1997’s space-rock opera OK Computer and 2000’s slippery, is-this-even-rock? Kid A (which was Rolling Stone’s album of the decade for the 2000s) were game-changers—future-shock opuses that showed off shadowy, meticulously constructed electronic textures and…

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Wheatus, Brooklyn Bowl London

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How did Wheatus escape the pre-internet music industry dark age with their lives? “A very important record executive lost his cool with me in a meeting & threatened to drop us…I took him up on it…” ~ brendan b brown. wheatus’ debut single “Teenage Dirtbag” cracked the Top 40 BBC Official Sales Chart for a second time in March of 2011, TEN YEARS after it’s debut at #2 on the same chart. To say that wheatus have been through the wringer in the decade between is the original understatement. Lawsuits, lineup changes, interstate art heist investigations (yes, really), betrayals, intellectual…

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Camden Rocks 2016

Drones / Damn Dice / Evil Scarecrow / Black Casino & The Ghost / Suzie Stapleton / Gun / Ginger Wildheart / Hands off Gretel / The Graveltones / Carl Barat & The Jackals / The Cribs I’m getting used to these city festivals where you hare around the town looking for cramped sweaty venues to see relatively unknown artists play their heart out to a new audience. It’s a feeling of both exhilaration, exhaustion but also the antithesis to the belief that there isn’t any good new music out there. Get off your arse I say to the talent…

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Temper Trap, The Moth Club, Hackney

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I arrived at the Moth Club tonight and was shepherded into the front bar; a tiny room containing a few elderly locals and an awful lot of people looking for a Temper Trap gig. Andy Murray was playing some French bloke on the TV in the corner. He was in danger of going two sets down and it didn’t look good. At eight, we were ushered into the back room to find alarmed looking road crew still wheeling amplifiers in flight cases across the floor. There was only one outcome from that and reunited with the tiny front bar a…

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The Zombies, Nashville

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It was a was a beautiful spring evening in Nashville, Tennessee and I was sitting on City Winery’s upper deck admiring the skyline and watching the valet line get longer. Everyone was headed inside with a common purpose; to see the hidden gem of the British Invasion, The Zombies, and singer-song writer Bruce Sudano. City Winery is a high end dining experience that combines diner, wine, and concerts. It is classy but laid back, and so much more intimate than a seated concert hall. I double checked my gear and headed down to my reserved table to wait for the…

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INTERVIEW: Otis Williams

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Motown’s legendary Temptations will be kicking off their 2016 tour in America and will across the Atlantic to the UK in October. I had the chance to catch up with the last original member of the Temptations, Otis Williams, for a chat about his life and upcoming tour. You have really achieved so much in your life. Did you set out to conquer so much? OW: Not really. I just wanted to be successful but I didn’t expect so much success. I just really wanted to sing and dance. The Temptations will be touring the UK again the October 2016.…

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Steve Vai, London Palladium, Passion & Warfare 25 Tour

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While many musicians fit easily into a single category, Steve Vai’s unique musical vision remains unclassifiable. After more than 20 years, Vai continues to use unbridled guitar virtuosity and soulful artistry to explore the spectrum of human emotion. From his self-released solo debut “Flex-Able” (1984) to his most recent “Alive In An Ultra World” (2001, Epic), Vai creates a sound all his own by striking a balance between technical ability and poetic phrasing. “I make music to push my own buttons,” explains Vai. “I’ve always been driven by an addiction to create sounds that are unique – not better than…

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NEW MUSIC: The Hunna ‘100’

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Establishing themselves as one of hottest emerging artists on the planet, The Hunna have revealed news of their debut album, ‘100’, due for release this summer (26.08.2016) via High Time Records / 300 Entertainment. ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM ‘100’ Incl. 5th October – London, HMV Forum PLAYING GREAT ESCAPE FESTIVAL 2016 Saturday May 21st – Brighthelm @ 3.00pm The Hertfordshire four-piece have also announced plans for an album tour, their biggest UK tour to date, including a massive London headline show at the Kentish Town Forum. Since bursting out the blocks in October 2015, with their debut single Bonfire/She’s Casual, The…

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NEW MUSIC: God Damn, ‘Ghost’

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‘Ghost’ signals the return of God Damn, the Wolverhampton based power-unit who scorched and burnt their way through the music scene in 2015 with the release of their debut album ‘Vultures’ on One Little Indian Records. This, alongside a blitzkrieg of incendiary live shows, firmly established God Damn as one of the most thrilling and electrifying bands to lurch from the UK in recent years. Barely pausing for breath, God Damn are poised to return with one of their most concise and direct musical assaults yet. ‘Ghost’ is three-minutes-fifteen-seconds of belligerent yet additively melodic rock. Produced by Ross Orton (The…

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NEW MUSIC: The Amazons, Nightdriving

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After last night’s debut spin on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens, The Amazons today announce the release of latest single Nightdriving. The track, produced by Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice, Foals), comes ahead of The Great Escape, where the band will take the stage on Thursday 19th May at The Hope & Ruin, 10.30PM. “The Amazons… are already getting people hot under the collar with their rowdy rock’n’roll.”– Beat Magazine “You don’t want to miss The Amazons’ – Huw Stephens Earlier this month The Amazons were invited to join Huw Stephens’ for a BBC Introducing session at the Radio 1’s Maida…

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EXCLUSIVE: Adam Ant, York Barbican

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Tonight I had several flashbacks to school discos with the punks, rockers, skaboys and new romantics all dutifully dressed up in their tribal costumes, and at some point during those nights ‘Antmusic’ would be played and we’d all kind of enjoy it, even though it wouldn’t be publicly admitted in some of those groups. We all had a copy of the ‘Kings of the Wild Frontier’ album – whether we admitted it or not! In my hometown of York, Adam Ant is back to relive that nostalgic time and it seems like the audience is made up of the same…

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