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Squarepusher - Live @ Hackney Empire

I sometimes wonder about the crowd security at experimental shows of this nature. Standing in front of the stage with their backs to the performance, the bouncers just witness the wide-eyed amazement of the… 566 more words

Clive Rozario

Bat For Lashes 'The Haunted Man'

If it was Natasha Khan’s intention to create somewhat of an online jaw-drop by posing in the nude for the cover of her third album – … 411 more words

Clive Rozario

FIB Benicassim 2012

FIB Benicassim 2012: July 12-15, Spain.

In a year where a depressing number of festivals have struggled so severely to flog tickets that they’ve been cancelled, it didn’t come as much of a surprise to learn that not only had the… 1,861 more words

Clive Rozario

The TenFiveSixty ‘Do This For Me’ Single

Perhaps I’m emotional. Perhaps I’m rundown (from one too many concerts), and thus susceptible to melancholic music. Perhaps I’m over-tired, or half-asleep, and feel slightly detached from everyday reality, detached from today – and as a result, the fact that I’ve played this song ten times in a row without moving a limb (or writing a single word) isn’t an indication that I’ve found inner-peace, or that I’m connected on some higher level with… 499 more words

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Bonobo - Live @ 2932 East

THREE. HOUR. SET. This weekend may have had most of London focusing on Queenie and her Gary Barlow curated Jubilee concert (featuring many, many music criminals committing further crimes against music), but for a lucky few in East London (those who could afford the £19 entry fee!) this weekend was all about Si Green’s… 537 more words

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Fun. - Live @ XOYO

When writing about America’s new, commotion-causing party popsters Fun., it’s conventional to indicate to the reader two things about their band name: a moan about the typing difficulties surrounding the way they’ve stylised ‘fun’ ( 602 more words

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Summerlin ‘You Can’t Burn Out If You’re Not On Fire’

Pop-punk is a tricky genre. It’s always (and wrongly) overlooked as the chidren’s punk-pool where everyone sounds the same, yet seems to be constraining in terms of boundary pushing. 576 more words

Clive Rozario