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jagwar600

20 June 2016

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Jagwar Ma announce October UK Tour Dates

Written by on 20 June 2016

  Jagwar Ma have announced a UK tour for October. The Sydney psych-addicts will play five UK shows, kicking off at Glasgow’s Art School on October 20th, they will visit Manchester, Bristol and Leeds before rounding things off at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on the 26th. Jagwar Ma will play: October 20 Glasgow, Art School 21 […]

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frightenedrabbit750

15 June 2016

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Frightened Rabbit announce December UK Dates

Written by on 15 June 2016

   Frightened Rabbit have confirmed they will cap off 2016 with a UK tour. The Scottish rockers who recently released their latest LP ‘Painting Of A Panic Attack’ will play ten dates through December, concluding on the 12th in Newcastle at the Riverside. Frightened Rabbit will play: November 30 Manchester, Cathedral December 01 Birmingham, Library […]

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palmhoney

15 June 2016

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Palm Honey unveil new single ‘You Stole My Blackout’

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Palm Honey have shared their latest single ‘You Stole My Blackout’. The follow-up to their 2015 debut ‘Bewitched’ sees the Reading quartet continue down the psychedelic route. Brimming with scratchy, retro-lined guitar-licks, the track throws the group in with more well known psych-pop acts such as; Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Temples in re-shining this age-old […]

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chilli fest

30 July 2014

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East Midlands Chilli Festival

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The Hot Spot for Cool Families this Summer The hot place for families this year is the East Midlands Chilli Festival being held at the Newark Showground NG24 2NY – 16th and 17th of August. A great family event for chilli, non-chilli lovers, we already have an exciting array of stalls, including an impressive list […]

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Mark Chardwick

25 July 2014

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CD Review – Moment by Mark Chadwick

Written by on 25 July 2014

Sometimes I listen to a new album and it sets me off on a train of thought, not about music but about politics and passion and the great givens of humanity. It doesn’t happen too often but when it does I end up wanting to write something that reads more like a history lecture than […]

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18 July 2014

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Interview with Angel Sinclair founder of Models of Diversity about their campaign for more diversity in the modelling world.

Written by on 18 July 2014

listen to ‘Interview with Angel Sinclair founder of Models of Diversity about their campaign for more diversity in the modelling world.’ on Audioboo Find out more from Angel Sinclair, founder of Models of Diversity, a non profit organisation fighting for equality within the modelling world. Looking at giving a chance for all people, no matter […]

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david jane

17 July 2014

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Interview with Commercial Director, David Jane, co-ordinator ‘Belgrade Theatre Unplugged 2014

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listen to ‘Interview with Commercial Director, David Jane, co-ordinator ‘Belgrade Theatre Unplugged 2014’ on Audioboo Belgrade Theatre Unplugged Returns for 2014 The Belgrade theatre is thrilled to announce the return of ‘Unplugged’ from Sat 19 – Sat 26 July 2014. First launched in 2013, the week-long performance programme taking place at venues throughout Coventry and […]

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art in the park

16 July 2014

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Interview with Carole Sleight About Art in the Park

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listen to ‘Interview with Carole Sleight about Art in the Park debut in Jephson Gardens Leamington this August’ on Audioboo For the first time ever, Jephson Gardens will become the stage of an exciting contemporary art fest with cultural activities and events for all the family. A Gentle Stroll by Kim and Paul Ingvar On 2nd-3rd […]

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belgrade

16 July 2014

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Review of The Belgrade’s ‘Entertaining Mr Sloane’

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Review of The Belgrade’s ‘Entertaining Mr Sloane’ By @molly__louise A classic play by Joe Orton being put on at the Belgrade, from Thursday 3rd July – Saturday 5th July directed by Michael Cabot. This play is part of a UK and Ireland 2014 tour. Middle-aged Kath and her elderly father, Kemp, live in a house on […]

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16 July 2014

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Femme Fatales of Folk – Folkstock Records

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Femme Fatales of Folk – Folkstock Records Review by @autumnrosewell One of my personal bug-bears – no it is more than a bug-bear, it is a real anxiety – is about what the music industry encourages in female artists. I have lost count of the number of (particularly very young) women who send me tracks […]

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