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Preview: NME Awards Tour

The current British indie scene resembles something close to a barren musical wasteland of copycats, wannabe's and has-beens. Only last week Leicester-based rockers Kasabian...

Top of the League? You’re having a laugh!

If you had told a Liverpool fan on the date of Klopp’s appointment as Liverpool manager that “just over a year from now Liverpool...

Protest music and walking tours: an interview with Will Varley

Meeting in one of the backrooms of Exeter’s Phoenix a few hours prior to his gig, Will Varley appeared in typically high spirits. Touring...

Six Nations team of the week 1

The RBS Six Nations is back and following the poor showing in last years World Cup from the northern hemisphere nations, reputations are at...

Album Review: Bloc Party – Hymns

Bloc Party Hymns 29 January 2016; Infectious   From the opening drum fill of debut single 'She’s Hearing Voices', you knew Bloc Party were something different. Melding elements...

Britpop via Australia: An Interview with DMA’s

Hype can kill a band, particularly after releasing a successful single or two. There are those who use it to thrive, just take someone...

When rock returns: an interview with VANT

Guitar music is on the rise; 2015 has already seen a host of young bands starting to break through into the big time, including...

The show still goes on: Queen to headline Isle of Wight...

Festival season has long come to a close, but the lengthy build up to next year’s festivities has started, with a few of the first...

XFM: an obituary

On 14 September this year, alternative music station XFM finally closed its doors after 23 years on the airwaves, to be rebranded as Radio...