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Ben Hewitt

Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2015

 
10 Amazing Music Guests Who Prove TFI Friday Ruled 1990s TV

It's like the '90s never went away: this June, the decade's quintessential chat show TFI Friday returns for a one-off special. Host Chris Evans is back, and he's bringing a shedload of his old music pals for the jaunt, too. Blur, Liam Gallagher and Roger Daltrey will all be there, as will Stone Roses and Primal Scream bassist Mani, Lightning Seeds' singer Ian Broudie, former Oasis drummer Zak Starkey, and new kids on the block Rudimental and Years & Years.

 

Kevin EG Perry

Posted on Monday, June 1, 2015

 
Are The Government Right To Crack Down On Laughing Gas? How The Ban Will Impact UK Music Festivals

Last week, the Government announced that it's going to outlaw "any substance intended for human consumption that is capable of producing a psychoactive effect” - except from those it deigns to allow like caffeine, certain medicines and booze. It's a move which in theory means the end of the road for nitrous balloons, poppers and that stash of legal highs being sold next to the bongs at festival stalls and in your local head shop.

 

Luke Morgan Britton

Posted on Monday, June 1, 2015

 
Meet David Lynch's Closest Musical Collaborator And Maker Of One Of The Year's Most Soulful Mixtapes

When David Lynch rose from his director’s chair in 2011, casting his camera lens aside and replacing it instead with a vocoder and synth on his first ever album 'Crazy Clown Time', very few were surprised. After all, the auteur's relationship with music goes much further than just influencing Lana Del Rey's stage persona, or inspiring Chicago garage rock bands Twin Peaks.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Friday, May 29, 2015

 
Bono Performed With His Tribute Act This Week But He's Not The Only Artist With A Strange Doppelgänger Story

If you were at U2's show at the LA Forum on Wednesday night (May 27), you'd be forgiven for assuming you'd had more to drink than you thought. But you weren't seeing double – that was Joe Hier, singer in tribute band Hollywood U2, who joined the real Bono on stage to perform their single 'The Sweetest Thing', footage of which can be seen below. Bono II isn't the only bizarre doppelgänger to grace pop's stages over time.

 

Nick Levine

Posted on Friday, May 29, 2015

 
Fleetwood Mac's Buckingham/Nicks years - Rank The Albums

As Fleetwood Mac complete the first UK leg of their 'On With The Show Tour' - don't worry, they'll be back again next month - here's a look back at the albums recorded by the band's current touring lineup, ranked in order of greatness. 7. 'The Dance' OK, so it's a live album, but 1997's 'The Dance' feels worthy of inclusion because it reunited the classic Rumours era lineup - Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie and Stevie Nicks - for the first time in a decade.

 
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