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Temper Trap – Thick As Thieves Album Review

After a brief hiatus of 4 years, The Temper Trap are back with a bang! Thick as Thieves marks the group’s 3rd release. If you have heard either of the previous efforts, you’ll know what to expect…Hooks, riffs, harmonies, anthemic choruses and melody by the bucketload. This Antipodean four piece have honed their craft to such a degree that, even if you have only heard the tracks once, you’d swear… Keep Reading

Stone Roses New Track
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The Stone Roses All For One

Stone Roses All For One! The wait is finally over and Stone Roses fans everywhere have been treated to some new music from the band for the first time in over 20 years! So, the Stone Roses new track is finally here – what did you all think? The Stone Roses have been creating a huge buzz lately, fuelling rumours about new material by posting their lemons all over the UK.… Keep Reading

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New Stone Roses Single Is Coming Tonight…

The one we have all been waiting for…. Roses will reveal their first new music since the 90s at 8pm tonight (May 12). The single will be premiered this evening with a press release sent to NME by the band’s representatives confirming the news. No further information is available at the present time. Rumours about The Stone Roses returning with new music have circulated for years with the band first… Keep Reading

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Erin Kinsey – Waiting List

Erin Kinsey is the freshest youngster bringing back the banjo to the scene. Her brand new single ‘Waiting List’ is a piece of pure country art. Opening with punchy guitars with rhythmic drums gives this track an immediate hook and not forgetting her outstanding vocals accompanied with adept lyrics which make ‘Waiting List’ one that should not be forgotten. Erin and her band have been wowing audiences in Texas and… Keep Reading

Rob Zombie Tickets
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Rob Zombie & Disturbed Live at Ascend Amphitheater Nashville

When you think of Nashville, Tennessee you usually think of country music and cowboy boots. So when you are walking across the Tennessee River on a pedestrian bridge with a horde of Zombies that are so Disturbed they look like they could Pop Evil out of every orifice of their body, you start to wonder if a league of un-dead have been unleashed on the city. When I reach the… Keep Reading

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Sons Of Anarchy John Moreland, New Music & UK Show

Oklahoma songwriter John Moreland has confirmed a show at London’s Union Chapel on 27th May. Moreland, who recently toured the UK with Jason Isbell, released his new album ‘High On Tulsa Heat’ through Thirty Tigers in January. The ten songs on ‘High On Tulsa Heat’ explore themes of self-reflection, broken faith, love, failure and success. Moreland opens himself up via his poignant lyrics and honest, sincere delivery. Loud bar-room chatter… Keep Reading

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New Music From Electric Pyramid

London band Electric Pyramid release their debut single 1989 on June 9th via Transistor Project. Influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Electric Pyramid are an international bands of artists – Linda and Marco both from Italy, Emma from the UK and Oli is English “with a twist”. They all live around the corner from each other, and began rehearsing… Keep Reading

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Kula Shaker Announce New Music and Tour

Having just released their 5th studio album, K 2.0, to much acclaim in February, and with sold-out dates across the UK and Europe, including a sold-out show at London’s Roundhouse, Kula Shaker are pleased to announce details of their May 2016 Tour. “Kula shaker are building up a heritage to be proud of” – Shindig! The tour, which will see the band gigging throughout the UK and Ireland, will precede… Keep Reading

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Travis, Manchester Albert Hall

Travis are a Scottish rock band formed in Glasgow in 1990 The band comprises of Fran Healy (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Dougie Payne (bass guitar, backing vocals), Andy Dunlop (lead guitar, banjo, backing vocals) and Neil Primrose (drums, percussion). Travis has released eight studio albums: Good Feeling (1997), The Man Who (1999), The Invisible Band (2001), 12 Memories (2003), The Boy With No Name (2007), Ode To J. Smith (2008), Where… Keep Reading

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Redbone – Come And Get Your Love

“Come and Get Your Love” is a 1974 hit single by the Native American rock band Redbone. The song was written by band member Lolly Vegas and produced by Lolly and his brother Pat Vegas, who was also a band member. It was originally featured on Redbone’s album, Wovoka; later the song appeared on many “greatest hits” albums released by the band, as well as on numerous compilation albums of… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 9th May…

1964, Louis Armstrong went to No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Hello Dolly’ making him the oldest artist to hit No.1 at the age of 62. In 2011, 85 year-old Tony Bennett broke this record when his Duets album topped the US album chart. 1965, During a UK tour Bob Dylan played the first of two sold out nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall. All four members of The… Keep Reading

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Milk Teeth, The Rainbow Courtyard, Birmingham

Fresh off their US tour with Sorority Noise, Turnover and Citizen, Milk Teeth return to the UK on their own headline tour. With their album ‘Vile Child’ on store shelves, Milk Teeth are still out to prove they’re a force to be reckoned with, taking UK bands Black Foxxes and Eat Me along for the ride. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Black Foxxes had to pull out of the next few… Keep Reading

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Fallujah Share Their Tales Of Discovering Music…

Fresh from the release of their third full-length album, Dreamless, progressive death metal masters FALLUJAH share their tales of discovering music and who introduced them to it. FALLUJAH caused quite a stir in the music world with the release of their previous album, The Flesh Prevails. It topped several “best of 2014” lists in not only the metal world, but in the progressive music community as well and won over scores of new fans with… Keep Reading

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Biffy Clyro Vs Bring Me The Orizon For Best British Band…

04 May 2016: Kerrang! has unveiled their definitive shortlist of rock royalty and upstarts leading the charge for the Kerrang! Awards 2016 which takes place on June 9. London’s Troxy will once again host the legendary night of rock n roll pandemonium, with Justin Hawkins of The Darkness and Skindred’s Benji Webb leading the festivities. This year, for the first time, the Kerrang! Awards will be teaming up with Help Musicians… Keep Reading

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Babymetal To Play Download Festival

The metal wonders taking the worls by storm make their debut in the Download Festival line up Fresh off the back of a sold out Wembley Arena show, the “metal phenomenon on a mission” BABYMETAL are confirmed for their first main stage appearance at the mighty Download Festival. Download takes place on 10-12 June 2016 in Donington Park. Tickets are on sale now. With their exhilarating and irresistible live shows… Keep Reading

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Steve Hackett Release Acolyte To Wolflight With Genesis Revisited Tour…

Groundbreaking prog guitarist Steve Hackett has announced the release of his acclaimed Acolyte To Wolflight With Genesis Revisited Tour as 2CD/2DVD deluxe package and stand-a-lone Blu-Ray and, after three London concert videos, he chose the Liverpool date for the recording. The Total Experience Live In Liverpool will be released on 24th June.  “When Inside Out told me that I could film a gig on the British leg of the 2015… Keep Reading

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Wolfmother, Vega Copenhagen, Live Review

The Real Deal Rock Band… The Holy love child of Led Zeppelin, Queen, Deep Purple and The Who has come to Earth! The Australian trio Wolfmother has been with us since their debut in 2006, when they released their self-titled album. They have become one of the most Googled names in music, especially since the recent release of their new album, “Victorious”. Since Wolfmother should not need any further introduction… Keep Reading

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We Are Scientists, O2 Institute

We Are Scientists are a band that I’ve always heard of but had never checked out until I headed down to their show at Birmingham’s O2 Institute on 27th April to see just what they are all about. We Are Scientists support act was The Alibi, who were the highlight of the night for me. Hailing from Dartford, South London, and this bunch of lads really impressed me with their whole… Keep Reading

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YES, Manchester 02 Apollo

The determination and drive to keep performing their dynamic and captivating music is something Yes excel at. There’s something amazing to be said for a a band who’s career spans nearly five decades and can still perform such complicated arrangements. With members that have come and gone, it seems to have only aided in creating an incomparable metamorphosis of their musical sound. It has earned them a lot of hype… Keep Reading

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Adam French Interview From St Stephens Church

Established solo writer, producer and Virgin/EMI signed – Adam French played at St Stephens Church last weekend and we caught up with him pre gig… So an evening at St Stephens Church, that’s a slightly different sort of place for a rock gig? Yeah it is yeah very holy, big old beautiful place though, its nice. I did one other church recently actually, the Union Chapel with Frances about 3 months… Keep Reading

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