Kasabian - '48:13'

Kasabian - '48:13'

Back in April, Serge Pizzorno and Tom Meighan were spotted in east London in decorators’ overalls, daubing the numbers ’48:13’ onto the wall of their designer’s studio. The men behind such intellectual manifestos as ‘Empire’,...

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Kasabian - 'Narcotic Farm No II'

Kasabian - 'Narcotic Farm No II'

Two questions arise from the first new material since 'Velociraptor!': 1) Where the fuck is Tom? (Serge sings, Meighan's not even in the vid.) 2) What drugs are they on? (It was posted in demo form as 'Preliminary Research Expeditions Into The...

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Kasabian/Chase & Status

Kasabian/Chase & Status

Indie interview fact #352: when asked about their career ambitions, nine out of 10 bands will mumble and reply that they “just want to keep on making music”. Whether through humble self-deprecation, an all-too-sensible awareness of reality or...

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Album Review: Kasabian - 'Velociraptor!'

Kasabian - 'Velociraptor!'

When asked recently why Kasabian had chosen to name their new album ‘ Velociraptor! ’ (that exclamation mark really makes it, don’t you think?) guitarist and amateur palaeontologist Sergio Pizzorno gave us a wonderfully ‘Serge’ answer:...

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Live Review: Kasabian

Live Review: Kasabian

Kasabian arrive at Liverpool’s Echo Arena three days after Arctic Monkeys and five after Beyoncé. Those are some pretty big shoes (and hotpants) to fill. But Kasabian don’t need to pretend to any thrones: they have two Number One albums under...

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Album review: Kasabian - 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'

Album review: Kasabian - 'West Ryder Pauper...

Oasis. Lad rock. There, three words in and that’s the phrases obligatory to all Kasabian reviews out of the way. Good. Now we can move on, because they certainly have. Did you see last week’s NME cover? Does that look like a band to be...

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Live Review: Kasabian

Live Review: Kasabian

West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’? ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’? However we’re supposed to pronounce Kasabian’s fantastically deranged new album title, it will always be one-up on ‘Music For The People’. Tom Clarke would be...

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Kasabian

Kasabian

Listen: Kasabian are bloody brilliant, and anyone who doesn’t think so should go away and have a long hard think about where things like love, faith and jumping up and down sit on their list of priorities. The rest of you, read on. It’s been a...

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Kasabian

Kasabian

The Enemy? Two pint pushovers. The Twang? Crappy Mondays! The Pigeon Detectives?! You’re having a fookin’ laugh, aintcha? These, you suspect, are the diary entries of Thomas Meighan, age 26 and two-thirds, as he surveys the opposition from his...

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Kasabian: Royal Albert Hall, London; Thursday, March 29

Kasabian: Royal Albert Hall, London; Thursday,...

The Royal Albert Hall: a giant Fabergé egg resting on the corner of Kensington. Home to generations of mutton-chopped colonels high on sherry belting out ‘Rule Britannia’ in honour of an empire on which the sun never set. Tonight, it hosts an...

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