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Live Review: Ought at The Bullingdon, Oxford

Most post-punk bands on a transatlantic tour set their sights on the turbulent bowels of major cities across the UK. London, Manchester, Birmingham perhaps. Oxford though is not a town that springs to mind. Yet...
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Live Review: Shame at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Sweat soaked, stormy and sarky as ever. Shame's return to The Leadmill was everything you would expect, and then some. Their absence from Sheffield has been a short one. The South Londoners' last visited the St...
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DMA’s to play headline show at Sheffield O2

They just can't get enough of The Steel City. Leaders of the Britpop survival: DMA's, are returning to Sheffield. And very soon too! The Aussie trio are set to play the O2 Academy on the 16th December. It wa...
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Interview: Bad Sounds

  With a name that could not be further from the truth, the hype behind indie-funk outfit Bad Sounds has started to gather some serious momentum - especially following the release of debut album Get Bet...
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Live Review – Snail Mail at YES Manchester

After the release of debut album Lush last June, Snail Mail embarked on a worldwide tour. And last Wednesday front-woman Lindsey Jordan and the band found themselves this side of the pond in a small pink room i...
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Jessie Ware drops new track: ‘Overtime’

The Madonna-esque track is Ware's first release in just under a year since her third album, Glasshouse. The track produced by Bicep and James Ford is her first since signing to a partnership with PMR/Virgin ...