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Flick on... St. Mary's Arts Centre

It was recently Independent Venue Week, as a blogger for Ticketmaster I was asked to choose a venue that is special to me – a difficult choice but I settled on St Mary’s Art Centre, Kent: 82 more words

On February 1, 2005.

On February 1, 2005, “Secretly Canadian” label released “I Am a Bird Now”, the second Antony and the Johnsons album. “I Am a Bird Now” was recorded in 2004, and was produced by Antony Hegarty. 117 more words

On January 29, 2007.

On January 29, 2007, “Polydor” label released “Myths of the Near Future”, the debut Klaxons album. “Myths of the Near Future” was recorded in 2006 at “Battle” in Essex, and was produced by James Ford. 55 more words

Precision-targetted at the mosh pit

Phrase borrowed from a page describing 2015 Mercury Prize nominee, Are You Satisfied?


Single Review - PJ Harvey - The Wheel

PJ Harvey is one of those artists that are impossible to pin down and like the late David Bowie, she likes to shift and change direction often. 182 more words


Thoughts on PJ Harvey's Let Enlgand Shake (For GIGsoup)

With PJ Harvey’s latest full length album around the corner, I decided to revisit her mesmerising Mercury Prize winner, Let England Shake, for a piece on the prize’s greatest successes. 564 more words

Song number 172, and five more

A few to see you through to 2016, which has crept up as new years do so well.

Song number 172: Nathaniel Rateliff – S.O.B… 139 more words

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