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Will Joseph Cook Review- Leeds Festival

WILL Joseph-Cook took to the Festival Republic stage at Leeds Festival on Friday (August 26) and our entertainment reporter,and I went to check out the set… 387 more words

Indie

Video Review: Chasing Cadence - Everyone Relax

If you’ve not heard of Chasing Cadence before, then we’d like to introduce you to a very special up and coming British band.

They’re fast, they’re frantic, they’re brutal but they’re also brilliant, melodic and, in Jack Harris, they have a singer whose voice makes the hairs on your arms stand up. 224 more words

Review

Foundations - Kate Nash

Bit of a nostalgic kick…I love inbetweeners btw

A-Zone

Boring Yet interesting: Drone Music

Drone music doesn’t change much in tonality or tempo. The nature of this means that it can confuse some people and attract others. Unlike most other types of music, drone cultivates a unique emotional soundscape that allows people to sink deeply into it. 455 more words

Blog

Portishead Plays "Glory Box"

Listen to this track by scene-solidifying Bristolian trip-hop trio Portishead. It’s “Glory Box”, the closing track to their Mercury Prize-winning 1994 album Dummy. That release set the music press alight with praise even before the band cinched the prize, of course. 765 more words

Music

One of the benefits of not working for a bit this summer has been that I can listen to the radio and find new music all day. 51 more words

Music

Charms To Soothe A Savage Breast

Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast,
To soften Rocks, or bend a knotted Oak.”

William Congreve (1670-1729)
From The Mourning Bride… 1,385 more words