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New Music: Allusinlove – Full Circle

Go Full Circle with allusinlove They hail from Leeds, and are considered something of a cult band. And now, allusinlove are back after a break with the release of a new song, Full Circle. The new identity of the band has brought a brand new attitude too. Full Circle is no exception. What you will witness at the end of this blurb is the live version of the song. What you will hear… Keep Reading

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LIVE REVIEW: Y Not? 2018 – Who Was There?

As I sat last Sunday guarded from the relentless elements by my trusty poncho in Y Not’s misty mountain camping field I had an overwhelming sense of a bittersweet redemption story. After the antics of last year led to the festival being cast from popular acclaim and reduced to ridicule our proverbial fallen angel was gifted an opportunity by its loyal fan base to reclaim its previous pedestal. The festival… Keep Reading

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Louis Berry Interview and Liverpool O2 Academy Review

I saw my first controlled demolition last night! (12th May 2016) I watched as Louis Berry blew out the walls, supporting beams and all fittings and fixtures, before bringing the house down on top of hundreds of ecstatic fans. This has to be one of my favourite performances of all time. From the moment he swaggered onto stage, to rapturous applause in his home town, to the final chord of… 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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Jake Bugg Review from Electric, Brixton, London

When a young man with a guitar steps up to the mic and sings from the heart “I’m just a poor boy from Nottingham, I had my dreams but in this world they’re gone, Oh I’m so lonesome on my one” a few hundred twentysomething females at the front of the Electric in Brixton sing along word for word, hoping to become his ‘two’. This track was only released just… 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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