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Singles Club – Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters

Look, I get it. You want to keep up with all the strange sounds jumping out of the radio but Bake Off is back, you haven’t even finished Line of Duty yet and football is back! Worry not, here’s Singles Club…

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The Big Leeds Festival Review 2017

Or at least what I remember of it…

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Tramlines 2017: Day 3 – Loyle Carner, The Big Moon, Metronomy

As a veteran of nine Leeds festivals and seven Tramlines you would think that I would be experienced and adept at festival decadence. As I sit here a broken man it is clear that I still have a lot to learn…

Folk Forest!

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Singles Club: Liam Gallagher, Coldplay, LCD Soundsystem

It’s too damn hot to keep up with every single bit of goddamn music that is released. Singles Club shuffles on however, gamely attempting to do just that. This week we have…

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Singles Club: The National, Jay Z, Arcade Fire

It’s impossible trying to keep up with new music when you are spending all your time desperately trying to avoid finding out whatever the fuck Love Island is. Thank God for singles club!

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Album of the Week: Grandaddy – The Sophtware Slump

Released 8th May 2000

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Book Review: The Road Beneath My Feet

‘I think breaking down the barrier between musicians and everyone else is important…’

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Elbow @ The Doncaster Dome

As northern as killing your brothers kestrel…

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Outlines Festival: Alvarez Kings, The Crookes, Slow Club

As I’m an old man who’s life is almost over, Sheffield music festival Tramlines is pretty much all I look forward to most years as I slime my way between fast food outlets and the pub like a tired slug waiting to die. With that cheery sentiment in mind, it was only a matter of time before I succumbed to Tramlines sister festival Outlines.

The Crookes storm Sheffield Leadmill

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Album of the Week: The Crookes – Dreams of Another Day

Released October 2010

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