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Suede Firmly Confirm They Are The Beautiful Ones. At Manchester’s Albert Hall

The first of two complete sell-out gigs in Manchester. The insatiable ones take to the stage at Manchester’s Albert Hall’s for the first of two sell out evenings, they could have probably sold the whole weekend out as well. The temperature is certainly rising, in the old Methodist hall, as the band take to the stage. Osman-Gilbert-Oakes-Coding and finally Anderson, take up position and immediately launch into “As One”, from… Keep Reading

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LIVE: Ocean Colour Scene, Albert Hall, Manchester

Ocean Colour Scene, deliver an early Christmas present, in a masterclass of Indie rock at its best! Ocean Colour Scene, the stalwarts of 90’s Britpop nostalgia, take to the stage for the second sold out evening at Manchester’s Albert Hall. The support act for tonight may have surprised a few people, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, of legendary Motown fame. I would love to know how this deal went down?… Keep Reading

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Tears For Fears Tour Update

Tears For Fears Forced To Postpone UK & Ireland Arena Tour Dates Rescheduled for Early 2019 Tears for Fears have been forced to postpone their forthcoming sold out UK & Ireland arena tour due to unforeseen health concerns and on doctor’s orders. The tour, due to start April 27th in Leeds, and finish May 12th in Brighton has been rescheduled for early 2019. Tears for Fears apologise to their fans… Keep Reading

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Echo & The Bunnymen Twelfth Studio Album

Echo & The Bunnymen have released further details about their twelfth studio album. The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon will be released on 5 October and offers a set of new perspectives on one of the most majestic back catalogues of modern times: 21st century versions of thirteen classics including The Killing Moon, Nothing Lasts Forever and Rescue, re-recorded with synths and strings and things. The album also features… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Puppet Theory ‘Drifting’

In the age of the synth, Puppet Theory show others how it should be done with their recent single, ‘Drifting’. A song that starts off slow and relaxed soon builds and turns into a loud, energetic indie gem. Manchester based 4 piece Puppet Theory really show off their talents with this song, and you can tell that they’ve knocked the ball out of the park before the song even hits… Keep Reading

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Glass Mountain Release Wow & Flutter EP & Live Dates

Glass Mountain make beautifully cinematic and passionate music filled with yearning and sorrow. Taking their name from a David Hockney artwork, the quartet’s sound is drenched in visual allusion, marrying the size and the scope of Sigur Ros or The Cure to something more delicate and personal. Reminiscent of the spirit of hip-hop where anything can – and should – be included, Glass Mountain draw influences from alt-rock, dream pop,… Keep Reading

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DMA’s, Leeds Arena + Interview

Leeds arena plays host to Aussie three-piece, DMA’s, as the band deliver their signature sound to a bouncing crowd… Walking on stage in their true, laid back fashion, if you’ve not seen the DMA’s before it would easy to assume that their set would be just as laid back…. …. And, If you were watching the band for the first time you’d be forgiven for taking a step back as… Keep Reading

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Scouting For Girls, 02 Ritz, Manchester

Scouting for Girls bring to a close their 10th Anniversary tour There seems to have been a wave of bands, artists that have hit the road this year on some sort of an anniversary. Tonight’s host are ending their 10-year anniversary with the second of two nights at a sell-out Manchester Ritz, not bad for a week day night. Tonight, wasn’t about playing the album in a sequenced order, it… Keep Reading

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New Music From Embrace ‘Wake Up Call’

Embrace have announced a brand new track Wake Up Call, which follows recent release The Finish Line, both taken from their forthcoming new album LOVE IS A BASIC NEED released on 9th March 2018 through Cooking Vinyl. Available as an instant grat download with pre-orders of the new album, Wake Up Call, which was premiered last night on Jo Whiley’s Radio 2 show, is an anthemic and powerful song opening… Keep Reading

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The Jade Assembly ‘Got My Star’ Single Launch

Bolton’s Jade Assembly, with their massive loyal following have been a fixture of the Manchester music scene since 2008. Led by their charismatic front-man John (Foz) Foster with Gareth Smedley on guitar, Danny Hayes on bass and Andy Watson on drums, the band have produced a series of well received lyrically intelligent, pounding rock songs along with a classic anthem to Bolton Wanderers, Walking Down The Manny Road, which is… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Weirds ‘Old World Blues’

Weirds make a grand entrance with their fuzzy and kaleidoscopic video for ‘Old World Blues’ Taken from their standout debut album Swarmculture, which was released earlier this year on Alcopop! Records, the Leeds band stand taller, louder and heavier than before with their breed of sludgy and psychedelic rock. “Lyrically, Old World Blues is quite claustrophobic, and I really wanted to get a sense of entrapment and anger across. The… Keep Reading

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James & The Slow Readers Club, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

The Slow Readers Club Join James at Castlefield Bowl for a night of total absorption. Having Played the Castlefield only 3 years ago, it was somewhat a coming home for tonight’s host James. Judging by the buzz that has been emanating from the Manchester music scene over the last few weeks for this gig, even the dark grey skies and the threat of rain are not going to stop the… Keep Reading

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Camden Rocks FOTF Top Picks Part 1

With Camden Rocks looking set to be bigger than ever this year with over 200 bands, here’s our FOTF Top picks. With Bands such as The Coral, Milburn and Carl Barrat and Reverend and the Makers toping the headline list, there are literally 100’s more that are a must see! All tickets to the fifth year event in 2016 sold out and 2017 looks set to be no different. £39.50 get… Keep Reading

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The DMA’s Join The Kooks on Tour This Winter

Last year was a hugely eventful and successful one for DMA’S so, as a little greeting to their legions of fans who wait patiently for the follow up to their impeccable debut album, HILLS END, the band have released a video to accompany the track BELIEVE, a cover of the Cher classic. The video, recorded for Triple J Radio in their native Australia, has already exceeded three million views on… Keep Reading

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Music News: Miss Vincent Reveal New Video ‘Cold Hands’

Today MISS VINCENT reveal brand new track COLD HANDS via a new music video. This is the second track taken from their forthcoming second EP SOMEWHERE ELSE, which is released 19th May on Uncle M. The band have also announced two shows to mark the release of ‘SOMEWHERE ELSE’ 26th May – Joiners, Southampton 5th June – The Garage (Upstairs), London The EP showcases a sonic progression towards a fuller-throttled,… Keep Reading

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INTERVIEW: With ‘Palace’ Frontman Leo Wyndham

Today I caught up with Palace frontman Leo Wyndham to see whats old, whats new and whats to come. This is how it went down… Some publications are painting you guys with the same brush as; Jeff Buckley, Maccabees, Foals and Kings of Leon, how do you feel about that? “Well they’re all amazing bands so it’s a crazy honour to be compared with them. I mean I don’t think we sound totally… Keep Reading

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Hastings Fat Tuesday – Unplugged Saturday

Hastings Fat Tuesday; the first festival event of the year for me and the one I look forward to with hope and anticipation watching bands be creative in their sound, playing unplugged. Hastings Fat Tuesday has been running 9 years now and bands are queuing up to play on one of the days with this year being no different. Spread over 16 venues across Hasting Old Town there are 200… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Eugene Twist ‘Stuntman’

With a lyrical arena that boasts whistleblowers, extraterrestrials and self-consuming psychonauts, Scotland’s Eugene Twist is not your everyday songwriter. After two years in the musical wilderness, his second album ‘The Stuntman’ has arrived on the back of one mission: to let the storyteller run riot inside the song. Taking time to build a makeshift studio and learning how to record and mix allowed Eugene time to breathe with his arrangements.… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Spoon ‘Can I Sit Next To You’

Spoon Reveal New Track ‘Can I Sit Next To You’ video Directed By Marcel Dzama Ahead of their intimate show at London’s 100 Club this Monday February 27th, one of America’s greatest bands, Spoon, have revealed new single ‘Can I sit Next To You’. With a slick, steady-paced groove and an eerie synth filled chorus the track is the second to be taken from the band’s career defining album ‘Hot… Keep Reading

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