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The twelfth series of The Apprentice has just been announced, and it looks exactly the same as the past 12 series: a bingey combination of narcissistic personality clashing, shit team names, and general shouting at the TV. The show will now be running on Thursdays, instead of Wednesdays, starting October 6.Read More
Kent punk duo Slaves' upcoming second album is called 'Take Control', but the video for its latest single, 'Consume Or Be Consumed', sees their appetites spiral very much out of control as they pig out on piles of hotdogs in an eating competition that singer Isaac Holman – who spends most of the track rapping – is destined to lose.Read More
After being bootlegged by fans for decades, [a]David Bowie[/a]’s ‘The Gouster’ is available for you to listen in full below, thanks to its release as part of the new compilation ‘Who Can I Be Now? (1974-76)’, which was released today.Read More
Studio 54, the Manhattan hotbed of disco, drugs and top-notch debauchery was around for just 33 months. The Roxy – the Covent Garden venue that birthed punk in 1976 – had under a year and a half. Fabric, by contrast, was open for a whopping 17 years before Islington Council closed it earlier this month. In nightlife years, that makes it the Mary Berry of clubbing.Read More
Starting at 7pm tonight (September 23), [a]The Rolling Stones[/a]' Keith Richards takes over BBC Four for the whole weekend. Dubbed his Lost Weekend, the channel will be showing programmes handpicked by the rock'n'roll legend until the end of service on Sunday.Read More
Foals' Yannis Philippakis On The 'Freedom' And Enduring Influence Of Primal Scream's 'Screamadelica'
Today marks 25 years since [a]Primal Scream[/a] released their seminal album 'Screamadelica'. It's a record that still sounds as thrilling at a quarter of a century old as it did back in the '90s, and one that's still having a proven influence on bands across the world today.Read More