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New Metallica Album – Bataclan live

Proceeds will go to those injured in the Paris attacks and families of the 130 dead. New Metallica Album from The heavy metal band. Metallica are to release a live album recorded at the Bataclan in Paris, with profits going to victims of the November 13 terrorist attacks. The album, entitled “Liberté, Egalité and Fraternité, Metallica!” will feature nine songs performed in 2003 at the club where 90 people were… Keep Reading

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Freddie Mercury To Be Honoured

Legendary Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury is to be honoured with a commemorative Blue Plaque at his West London home, it has been announced this week (24 February). The Queen star had a London residence in Feltham, west London, and is among the list of celebrities and famous contributors to culture that are to be honoured with the Blue Plaque. According to The Guardian, the rockstar – who died of AIDS… Keep Reading

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Eurovision 2016: Is This Our Year?

Eurovision 2016: Joe and Jake will represent UK in Sweden… Eurovision 2016 Uk Entry for Pop duo Joe and Jake have been selected to represent the UK at May’s Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden. The singers, both former contestants on The Voice UK, won a public vote with You’re Not Alone, an uptempo, piano-driven song “about unity and love”. “It feels amazing,” said Joe Woolford, 21, from Ruthin, Denbighshire. “We’re just… Keep Reading

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Muse to headline Glastonbury 2016

Theatrical galactic-rock trio will play the Pyramid stage on Friday night, joining Coldplay and PJ Harvey on the lineup Muse have been confirmed as Glastonbury’s Friday night headliners. The Devonshire trio join Coldplay on the lineup, and become the first band to headline the Pyramid stage on all three nights of the festival – having previously topped the bill on Sunday in 2004 and Saturday in 2010. Revered for their… Keep Reading

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T In The Park – Line Up Announced

T in the Park have just announced their headliners (Calvin Harris and Red Hot Chili Peppers join The Stone Roses) and a range of other acts including LCD Soundsystem, Jamie xx, Rat Boy and Catfish & The Bottlemen. Following last year’s festival, which hit the new Strathallan site with logistical issues, feared osprey disturbances and a guy who pretended he was trapped in a tent. Keep Reading

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The Strokes – New Album 2016

The organiser of The Governors Ball Music Festival recently participated in a reddit AMA, revealing several noteworthy tidbits about the artists playing this year. Most notably, Gov Ball organisers said their decision to book The Strokes stemmed from the likelihood that they’ll be debuting new music during their set. The band just headlined the festival three years ago, but as Gov Ball noted, “This would be their first batch of new tunes in, well, just about a half… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 27th Feb…

1964, The Rolling Stones made their second appearance on BBC TV show Top Of The Pops performing ‘Not Fade Away’. 1964, Born on this day, Derek McKenzie from British group The Shamen who had the 1992 UK No.1 single ‘Ebeneezer Goode’. 1965, The first date of a 21 twice- nightly UK package tour with Del Shannon, Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders and Herman’s Hermits, at Sheffield’s City Hall, England. 1967,… Keep Reading

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Black Casino and The Ghost

Black Casino and the Ghost are an alternative rock band consisting of Elisa Zoot (vocals, piano) Ariel Lerner (guitar) Gary Kilminster (bass) and Paul Winter-Hart (drums).The band was formed in London, England. They released an EP called “Falling into pieces” in 2011 and an album, “Some dogs think their name is no”, in 2013. Their second album “Until the water runs clear” came out on the 16th of November 2015.… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 26th Feb…

1955, Billboard reported that for the first time since their introduction in 1949, 45rpm singles were outselling the old standard 78’s. 1958, Perry Como was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Magic Moments’ the 2nd No.1 in a row for writers Burt Bacharach and Hal David. It stayed at No.1 for eight weeks. 1965, Jimmy Page released a solo single called ‘She Just Satisfies’ in the UK. Page… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 25th Feb…

…Rock & Roll In 1964, The Beatles finished recording their next single ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’, at Abbey Road studios, London, (they had first recorded the song on 29 January 1964 at Path Marconi Studios in Paris). They also recorded the B-side, ‘You Can’t Do That’ and another new song ‘I Should Have Known Better’. 1967, Pink Floyd appeared at the Ricky Tick Club, Hounslow, England. The Yardbirds were filmed… Keep Reading

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Review: Kula Shaker, Manchester Ritz Feb 2016

Before the muchly anticipated Kula Shaker ascend the stage, after a 6 year break from touring and recording, the eccentric 90s psych indie rock band from London, are back again with the newest material for their album K 2.0 the sequel to their debut album K. As the audience waits, the room is delighted to the smell of incense, wafting from the stage, filling the room and balancing the energy.… Keep Reading

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David Bowie Honoured In Spectacular Fashion At The BRIT Awards 2016

David Bowie was honoured in spectacular fashion at the BRIT Awards 2016 on Wednesday night. And the late music icon’s son Duncan Jones has spoken out in support of Lorde’s moving performance of his hit Life On Mars as part of the ceremony’s tribute to the star whom Annie Lennox hailed ‘the embodiment of the word “icon”‘ in her introductory speech. The English film director took to Twitter to praise and… Keep Reading

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The Sherlocks

UP-AND-COMING indie band The Sherlocks played a brilliant set to a sell-out crowd in Southampton on Saturday night. The gig at The Joiners was a memorable milestone as it was the Sheffield band’s first southern show in their first truly nationwide tour. Their catchy guitar tunes, drums and bass soon caught the imagination of the local crowd. Dancing and even shoulder-surfing were soon in view as songs, including recent singles Live… Keep Reading

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The Revolution Is Here… Again!

The vinyl revival has taken another leap forward with Tesco starting to sell LPs for for the first time in its history. From this weekend a limited range of vinyl albums, by artists ranging from Elvis to George Ezra, will go on the shelves of Britain’s biggest supermarket as it tries to cash in on the comeback of record players. After losing out to CDs, downloads and live streaming, vinyl… Keep Reading

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High Tyde!

Up and coming band High Tyde visited Bournemouth for the first time last night, promoting EP ‘FUZZ’ at local indie watering hole 60 Million Postcards. The crowd is a strange mix of smartly dressed young professionals enjoying the first night of the bank holiday weekend, the student regulars from AUB and BU, and of course the new music enthusiasts. Regardless, the Red Stripe is flowing and even one girl in… Keep Reading

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Richard Ashcroft Announces Solo Album

Richard Ashcroft will make a much-awaited return to the stage in the UK in 2016. Following the announcement of his first new album in six years, These People, he will be playing two special intimate dates in support of the album on 14th May at Albert Hall in Manchester and 16th May at the Roundhouse in London. Tickets will go on sale 9am Friday, Feb 26th via general outlets, check richardashcroft.com for… Keep Reading

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The Magic Band at The Kazimier, Liverpool

Photography & review by Liz Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band were one of the most unique acts of the 20th Century. Between 1966 and 1982 they released various albums that not only spanned and fused a plethora of genres, but helped to transcend how art, poetry and music could be used. Like an audio Picasso, or a ‘Beat’ Magritte, The Magic Band mashed the crazy free jazz of Ornette… Keep Reading

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Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia

Photography & Review by: Liz Where to start? This is possibly one of the best, most unique and intimate festivals you’re ever going to experience in an environment very much its own. Even if you’re not into psychedelic music, don’t let it put you off coming; if you’re open minded and simply want a friendly relaxed atmosphere, then Liverpool is the place for you. This festival doesn’t discriminate between young and old;… Keep Reading

Flick Of The Finger
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Flick Of The Finger | Review

Liam Gallagher’s Beady Eye unveiled their track ‘Flick Of The Finger’ and fans have taken to Twitter to share their mixed feelings towards the song. Flick Of The Finger – The single was aired on US radio station KCRW and is the second track to be taken from Beady Eye’s forthcoming album which is set to be released this summer. Speaking of the new track, Twitter user Tom Thorogood wrote:… Keep Reading

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