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Posted on Wednesday, April 23, 2014

 
The Libertines: What Do You Think About A Potential Reunion?

Will the good ship Albion sail to Arcadia again? If the rumours are to be believed, it's looking likely. The tortoise of The Libertines is stirring after four years of hibernation. Clues on the band's official Facebook and comments made by both Pete and Carl suggest a reunion could happen this summer in London's Hyde Park. Speaking to Israeli news website Ynet, Pete said he'd agreed to a Libs reunion this year in London and with typical frankness said he needed the money.

 

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Posted on Wednesday, April 23, 2014

 
Soundgarden Share Original Demo Of 'Superunknown' - Exclusive

Soundgarden's grunge classic 'Superunknown' turned 20 in March. To celebrate, it's getting re-released in two deluxe formats on June 2, complete with demos, rehearsal recordings and B-sides that lift the lid on the album's making. Hot on the heels of their original, rough-'n'-ready recording of single 'Black Hole Sun', which was posted online last week, NME can share with you now the unreleased demo of the record's epic title track to enjoy.

 

Lucy Jones

Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2014

 
Barack Obama's Letter To Frankie Knuckles' Friends And Family Is Just Right

Barack and Michelle Obama have written a letter to the friends and family of Frankie Knuckles, the dance music revolutionary who died on March 31. The couple spent most of the late 80s and 90s in Chicago, at the time the house music Knuckles' pioneered was enjoying its golden age. Superstar DJ David Morales posted the letter from the couple after Knuckles' "emotionally special" memorial service.

 

Lucy Jones

Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2014

 
Fiction In Song: 5 Memorable Characters In Popular Music

We've all got our favourite characters in literature, film, TV and art. The personalities that seem so utterly real even though they're created from an author's mind and patch-worked traits from reality. You may be drawn to the hero, the under-dog, the cad or the outcast, whether you relate to them or not.

 

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Posted on Thursday, April 17, 2014

 
Record Store Day 2014: A Guide To All The Instores

Record Store Day 2014 is nearly upon us and, on top of all the limited edition releases, rarities and special events, a host of record shops across the UK are throwing a load of free gigs for your pleasure. From East India Youth to The Wedding Present, TOY to Edwyn Collins, there's a veritable smorgasbord of celebratory line-ups up and down the country to tempt you down to your local vinyl trader on Saturday April 19.

 
 
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