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Tramlines 2017: Day 2 – Spring King, We Are Scientists, Primal Scream


Day 2 of Tramlines 2017 was a glorious, soaking mess…

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Tramlines 2017: Day 1 – Twin Atlantic, The Libertines

My plan on the first day of Tramlines was not to go too mad in order to save myself for the rest of the weekend. As I awoke this morning fully clothed surrounded by chicken nuggets it appeared that plan had utterly failed…

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Askern Music Festival – Review

We’re not in Kansas any more Toto…

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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: QOTSA, The Killers, Muse

I get it. You want to be a hip, young buck with your hippity hop and your rock and/or roll but you’re just too damn busy to keep up with the endless guttural scream that is music in 2017. Thank God for Singles Club…

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Album of the Week: The Decemberists – Castaways and Cutouts

Released: 21st May, 2002

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Singles Club: Foo Fighters, The Cribs, Radiohead

Who can even begin to keep up with music when Theresa May is trying knife your grandma and nick your kids school dinners? Luckily, Singles Club will do it for you. Starting with…

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Album of the Week: The Maccabees – Colour It In

Released: 16 April 2007

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Book Review: Born to Run

‘When it comes to luck, you make your own…’

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RANKED: The Strokes

I have spoken before about my undying love for Oasis, Nirvana and Weezer. More than any other artists, those three shaped my life in untold ways and they continue to influence me even now. Even with that in mind though, there is a nagging feeling that they were never truly mine. I was 7 in 1994. The year that saw the release of Oasis’ Definitely Maybe, Weezer’s The Blue Album and the tragic suicide of Kurt Cobain. At 7, I was more interested in finding a free transformer in a box of Coco Pops than Kurt Cobain’s shotgun.

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