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Steve Kilbey – When I Love Her She Sings

 Currently touring the USA with his band The Church, Steve Kilbey one of Australia’s most popular songwriters has released a new solo single ‘When I Love Her She Sings’. The song appears on his last full length album Sydney Rococo, released last year and featuring songs written over a five year period. ‘When I Love Her She Sings’ is only the ...

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The Picturebooks

The Picturebooks stop the Hands of Time

It feels like only yesterday The Picturebooks were in town rocking the huge Brixton Academy in support of Clutch. Here they are yet again under their own steam, headlining the Underworld in support of their current release, The Hands of Time. It felt a little touch and go as to whether the gig would go ahead with Fynn Grabke falling ...

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Interpol indulges the ear with new EP, ‘A Fine Mess’

Interpol’s latest EP, A Fine Mess, serves as a robust and worthy successor to last summer’s album, Marauder. What is perhaps the most notable aspect of A Fine Mess is that it is consistent in its strength; it exists without choppy transitions, nor does it attempt to infuse each track with any musical element it does not need. Interpol has ...

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Camden Rocks

2019 CAMDEN ROCKS FESTIVAL

CAMDEN ROCKS FESTIVAL is an independent urban festival that presents over 400 of the best rock, indie, metal and punk bands. The showcases are held in more than twenty of Camden Town’s favorite venues, including the Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls, The Underworld and The Hawley Arms. The 2019 edition will feature the exuberant rock act Ash, the Essex poet & singer ...

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Rebecca Downes – No Time For Sleep

Black Country singer Rebecca Downes has released ‘If I Go To Sleep’ on video ahead of the release of her third album, More Sinner Than Saint. Available through Mad Hat Records as of 24th May it features some very special guest performances. Featured on More Sinner Than Saint  alongside Downes are guitarist/co-songwriter Birkett , rhythm section Dan Clark and Lloyd Daker ...

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Roadstars 2019 – The Best in Breaking Blues & Rock

Touring under the Roadstars moniker this October is hi-octane double bill presentation from Planet Rock and The Gig Cartel in the form of Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin Stones and Gorilla Riot, touted as two of the most exciting new prospects in the world of blues rock. Hannah Wicklund & The Steppin Stones are fronted by a 21-year-old powerhouse guitarist, ...

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The Xcerts

The Xcerts at The Garage, London

With a supporting tour, a headlining tour, and dates in between, The Xcerts have not only kept themselves busy, but everyone else involved, including the fans. Tonight, they’re headlining tour reaches The Garage in London, and it’s obvious that the dedicated fans have gathered. But no fan looks alike. These days, it’s rare to see the older and younger generation ...

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The Xcerts

The Xcerts – Wildheart Dreaming

With both a supporting tour and a massive headlining tour coming up, Scottish rockers The Xcerts are a band we’ll hopefully hear a lot from in 2019. The first thing we get is a four track EP titled Wildheart Dreaming, a lyric taken from their hit song ‘Feels Like Falling In Love.’ What is Wildheart Dreaming exactly? To The Xcerts, it ...

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Tyketto

Tyketto – Strength in Numbers 25th Anniversary tour, live!

Marking a quarter of a century for anything is a little special, but when you get an email that tells you your second album is hitting that milestone, well it’s usually good to celebrate it, and Tyketto fans quite simply wanted one thing, that album toured and played in full. Tyketto were obviously more than happy to oblige, taking it ...

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Stone Broken

Stone Broken’s Home Tour supported by Those Damn Crows and Dead Man’s Whiskey

With barely time to recharge camera batteries since the last gig at the O2 Islington, we found ourselves back in the venue for yet another impressive line-up of a completely different style to our last technical death metal adventure. Much like the last, it was set to be a packed out, entertaining show of the highest calibre and the pressure ...

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