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Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

 
Super Furry Animals To Reform? The Band Have Posted A Suggestive Teaser Clip

Super Furry Animals fans rejoice! The band look like they're stirring after five years away. They've been posting mysterious clips on their YouTube channel this week: Here's one they uploaded a short time ago: We're not sure what it means yet but it suggests something's afoot.

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

 
Listen: 14 New Bands To Round Off February

This week's New Act Of The Week are Pretty Vicious (pictured above), who last month were at the centre of the biggest record label scrum in ages.

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

 
Check Out Wand's Prodigy And Korn Inspired New Track ‘Reaper Invert’

Ever since Wand’s track ‘Flying Golem’ pretty much knocked me over last year I’ve been keeping an eye on the Los Angeles four piece.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

 
Brits 2015: Royal Blood's Ben Thatcher Definitely Had The Best T-Shirt Of The Night

"He can't see, man! He can't see!" Aside from Watership Down's Woundwort's general vibe, for people of a certain age, there is no other more traumatising recollection from 90s children's telly than the blinding Of PJ in Byker Grove. It was a genuine shocker, headed home after a day at school, calmly tucking into a Club or a Rocky at tea-time, faced with a paint-balling accident that went horribly wrong. PJ was, of course, played by Ant McPartlin, who hosted the Brits with side-kick Dec Donnelly on Wednesday night (February 25).

 

Al Horner

Posted on Thursday, February 26, 2015

 
Back To The Foo-ture: 20 Years On, The Story Of Foo Fighters' First Ever Show

Not much happens in Arcata. A 17,000-population college town in northern California, when term finishes and the students flock home, it empties to a near eerie state of quiet according to locals. “Chernobyl with sunshine and a health food store,” one resident I speak to jokes. It's got a claim to fame, though. 20 years ago this week, the town became a footnote on the story of arguably the biggest band on the planet.

 
 
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