Snoop Dogg - 'Bush'

Snoop Dogg - 'Bush'

In 1993, when his debut album, ‘Doggystyle’, came out and he was simultaneously caught up in a murder case, Snoop Dogg was about the most-feared rapper on earth. No longer. Over time, he’s gone through countless reinventions – pimp figure,...

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Mad Max: Fury Road - Film Review

Mad Max: Fury Road - Film Review

Director George Miller has described his first Mad Max film in 30 years as a "western on wheels", but that's seriously underselling this turbo-charged reboot. It's set in the same post-apocalyptic wasteland as the Australian’s classic...

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Slaves - 'Are You Satisfied?'

Slaves - 'Are You Satisfied?'

Their borstal-boy beats and primitive style might lead you to believe Slaves are angry, but they’re not, they’re just disappointed. Disappointed with complacent, grumpy Londoners, disappointed with apathetic twenty-somethings for not getting...

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The Prodigy - Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading

The Prodigy - Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading

Beneath five large dishes suspended in front of a massive photograph of an insouciant fox, Prodigy MC Maxim stalks in a full-length fake fur coat with the hood up, like a giant walking gerbil. Beside him, Keith Flint sports a Siouxsie...

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The Strokes - Shaky Knees Festival, Atlanta

The Strokes - Shaky Knees Festival, Atlanta

Striding out to greet a 30,000-strong crowd, The Strokes look ready to tear hearts and eardrums apart. It’stheir first gig of 2015, and their first since Julian Casablancas revealed they were planning to record new material in a recent...

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20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (13/5/2015)

20 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (13/5/2015)

Foxygen - 24-Hour Lover Man Over a mutilated mash-up of Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Manic Depression’ and splatters of white noise nicked straight out of Death Grips back pocket, LA’s most fucked up band return weirder than ever. Aside from singer...

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6 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This Week

6 Great Albums That May Have Passed You By This...

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don't miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which might become some of your favourites. We've rounded up six of the...

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Jamie xx - 'In Colour'

Jamie xx - 'In Colour'

Jamie xx (real name Jamie Smith) began a 2014 Boiler Room set with a track that shouted out many of the past gods of UK dance (Carl Cox, Fabio, Jumping Jack Frost and others) and there's much about his work as a producer, remixer and DJ that's...

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Rolo Tomassi - 'Grievances'

Rolo Tomassi - 'Grievances'

Rolo Tomassi founders Eva and James Spence, still only 25 and 26 respectively, are the only survivors from the Sheffield band’s original line-up. The mathcore tearaways have been together a decade now, and monumental fourth album...

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra - 'Multi-Love'

Unknown Mortal Orchestra - 'Multi-Love'

While touring 2013's 'II', Ruban Nielson nearly threw up in his favourite Japanese restaurant. "I was in Uchiko in Austin and I felt so sick I couldn't stand up," he told NME in January. The 34-year-old mentions that same sushi joint in the first...

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