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Live Review: Slaves at Academy, Sheffield

Tunbridge Well’s finest chaos makers returned to Sheffield, to do what they do best: wreak havoc. The 2,350 capacity Academy is a far cry from the 200-capped bar/hotel The Harley where Slaves' last visited duri...
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Live Review: Jake Bugg at Academy, Sheffield

On his one, Jake Bugg arrived on stage armed only with his acoustic guitar. It seems the 22-year-old is still on a mission to demonstrate he can stand on his own two feet. He opens the set with the title-track ...
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Live Review: Nimmo at the Ritz, Manchester

After spending seven years promoting themselves and taking every gig they could get, it is not surprising why London based five piece Nimmo are unfazed by the crowd at The O2 Ritz. The front-women of the band, ...
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Album Review: AlunaGeorge – I Remember

The winning formula of Aluna Francis’ sugary sweet vocals and George Reid’s chic and minimal production rocketed the duo into commercial success three years ago, but sometimes the pair rely on this formula ...