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Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2015

 
Sub-Zero Gig: Prog Rockers Play One-Off Show In A Gigantic Igloo

Jägermeister just put on one of the most unique gigs ever on an igloo in Finland. British prog rock band TesseracT performed the Ice Cold Gig in front of locals, tribesmen and reindeer. Think trekking to gigs in the UK means battling the elements? Jägermeister just hosted one gig that will make you thankful for the great British weather. Earlier this month, UK prog-rock group TesseracT headed to the Yllas village in Finland, to perform on a stage on top of a gigantic igloo. The fourth Jägermeister Ice Cold Gig put the band in freezing conditions for the hour long show.

 

Rhian Daly

Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2015

 

On the first side of their debut single 'No Fun', Brighton's The Magic Gang see-sawed through romantic tangles with an optimistic charm.

 

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Posted on Monday, March 30, 2015

 
Waxahatchee's 'Ivy Tripp' - Stream The Powerful New Album Exclusively On NME

Waxahatchee, aka Katie Crutchfield will release her third album, 'Ivy Tripp', on April 7 but you can take a listen to it exclusively below. It's a stunning, personal and emotional record which looks at the way Crutchfield's life has changed in the last couple of years.

 

Laura Snapes

Posted on Sunday, March 29, 2015

 
Daphne & Celeste On Their Surprise Comeback Single With British Producer Max Tundra

On its release in June 2000, music critics took a surprisingly progressive view of manufactured American pop duo Daphne & Celeste’s debut album, ‘We Didn’t Say That!’. “Though some of you may find the fact unpalatable, excellent pop stars don’t always have to make excellent music,” wrote NME, who gave it 5/10.

 

Lucy Jones

Posted on Friday, March 27, 2015

 

The year 2004 was a whole different world. Preppy Kanye pitched up with a backpack and the autotune-free ‘The College Dropout’, Outkast were at their peak with ‘Speakerboxxx/The Love Below’, and The Libertines released their second album and promptly split. Keane, Usher, Kelis, Destiny’s Child, Avril Lavigne, Eamon, Frankee and Terror Squad ruled the charts. The term “wardrobe malfunction” was coined when Janet Jackson’s boob popped out at the Superbowl.

 
 
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