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Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds – 100 Club

Underground legend Kid Congo Powers headed a night of Nugget’s era golden rock and roll....

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Kid Congo and The Pink Monkeybirds – UK Tour

Kid Congo and The Pink Monkeybirds – UK Tour Gun Club co-founder. Gunslinger for The Cramps. Six-string stylist for Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. The legendary Kid Congo Powers and his Pink...

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Adam Ant announces one-off warm up show

ADAM ANT & The Good, The Mad and The Lovely Posse Announce One-off Warm Up Show at London’s Bush Hall   Wednesday 20th April  –Adam Ant has today announced that he will be...

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Kid Congo and The Pink Monkeybirds – UK Tour

Kid Congo and The Pink Monkeybirds – UK Tour Gun Club co-founder. Gunslinger for The Cramps. Six-string stylist for Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. The legendary Kid Congo Powers and his Pink...

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PRESS RELEASE : SOS Festival 16-17th

We're absolutely delighted to announce a further 6 bands for SOS Festival…. Attica Rage, Babylon Fire, Velvet Star, Betraeus, Skarlett Riot & Inferno. Also our good friends from...

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Scanners – Submarine

This London born band has the right mix of feminine wiles, indie charisma and soft punk sensibility to win any listener over. Let’s all get depressed. No, let’s get angry. No, cheerful....

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Hunx and His Punx – Too Young to Be in Love

The Hunx and His Punx's new album “Too Young to Be in Love” gives 1960s pop a queer twist, but did the Hunx forget to pack before racing to the past? You've seen the film. Marty...

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Belong – Common Era

Uncommon pleasures… The shoegaze revival that many thought could never happen is still in the process of snowballing as it rolls onward through yet another decade. From ambient meanderings to...

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The Cave Singers – No Witch

A lot of this album rides on close vocal harmonies - but don't expect sweetness and light from the Cave Singers, No Witch...

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Ultraphallus- Sowberry Hagan

A doom metal album recorded in just four days, on a farm,with Oxbow . Am I meant to be impressed? Well good, because I am. Ultraphallus are an equally abrasive and bewildering quartet from Leige,...

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The Death Set – Michel Poiccard

It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to… Ok, before we begin, I feel I have to issue a health warning. This review contains considerable traces of rap-rock. In fact, a hell of a...

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Oceano – Contagion

Oceano describe themselves as, “the heaviest, most pissed off band on the planet.” Their claim of being the heaviest could be rightly justified after one look at a picture shows them to...

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Mono/Poly – Manifestations

The slow and sexy presets of Mono/Poly 's Manifestations represent smart funk at its unique best....

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Raspberry – Oval Theatre.

A bunch of misfit spectres led by a cockney guardian angel. Peculiar and wise Raspberry doesn’t tell the tale, it screams it at you. The Oval Theatre is a tiny place, filled with the promise of...

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Disappears – Guider

Minimalism is a curious concept. In the current musical climate it usually manifests itself in the form of scratchy, barely-there snatches of sound and the vapour trails of vague melodies. It usually...

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Yuck – Yuck

Slacker pop returns. Yuck hail from London with a sound that comes directly from 1990s. As much Pavement as Dinosaur Jnr, as much Yo La Tengo as Teenage Fanclub, as much tribute as triumph. A lot of...

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Anna Calvi – Anna Calvi

When Anna Calvi sings 'Desire' I feel it. Deep down within in the most dramatic histrionic part of my heart there is a swelling. The waves of reverb and brash surf guitar match the oceanic...

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Martin Simpson – The Green Note

A guitarist, a storyteller and a legend walked into a bar. This is no joke, this is Martin Simpson. He held the room with his words, singing about rebellion, war and romance. We travelled the world...

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Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One

Prodigy vs Mutiny: Art’s Promising Future? Pt. One...

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Spokes – Everyone I Ever Met

Is it me, or is music getting bigger by the year? Now we have completed another decade, it is staggering to look back and realise just what seismic shifts we have experienced. The first half of the...

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Chromagain – Any Colour We Liked

Electronic and experimental dark disco from Italian rogues, but do they still have what it takes? Oh synth, synth, synth! How I love thee. Let me count the ways… except I had trouble counting...

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Pam Glew: Circus

Red Bull Studios, London Bridge 26/11/10 – 02/12/10 The second major exhibition by popular emerging artist Pam Glew has all the trappings of punk nostalgia, mixed up with celebrity noir. Portraits...

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Above the line: Stuart Semple

Trebuchet interviews : Stuart Semple, an established artist who reviews ephemeral media images through his painting, placing them in the context of an emotional historical collage....

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Venetian Snares. Deep Cuts.

Venetian Snares interview 2004 ...

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Manu Chao – Coronet,UK 23/10/10

While many can answer the question of who the diminutive French/Spanish Singer Manu Chao is, for the general population the extent to which he is globally huge is unknown. Let's be frank, Manu...

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World Music: Further Review (WOMAD 2008)

A critical review of where WOMAD 2008 exists in your cultural hearts...

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Frank Tovey – Fad Gadget (2006) – Mute

It’s been said that the clearest sign of genius is to be unappreciated in your own time. Eighties musical pioneer Frank Tovey (as alter ego Fad Gadget) managed the twin feat of alienating...

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Anita Maj – Out of Control

Heading mainly for the teen rock audience, this debut single by upcoming South London-based “feisty rock soul diva” Anita Maj combines lyrics lamenting the hot boy laden crush,...

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Bloodstock: UK’s Legendary Metal Festival Returns

Bloodstock 2010: A heavy metal festival. Oh god the teenage years wasted with headphones on have come rushing back! ...

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The Flaming Lips, London 2006

The Flaming Lips Hammersmith Apollo 14th of November. 2006. A review...

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