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In 1998, filmmaker Gus Van Sant’s near shot-for-shot remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho’ was panned for being wholly unnecessary. The world didn’t need a remake of ‘Psycho’. Likewise, the world…

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Few bands have fallen from the table of hype with the velocity of The Twang. Soon after they were on the cover of NME, knives came out for second album…

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The Twang

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Twenty-five minutes walk from New Street Station, into the wall-crumblingly run-down Digbeth area, through the NHS glasses-thick windows, lies The Rainbow.Home to an increasing number of club nights and…

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Ga-ga at Glasto, trashed at T In The Park, rat-arsed at Reading — no-one can deny The Twang brought the party to 2007. The latest (and final?) single from ‘Love…

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Seconds Out! With the festival season coming on quicker than Frank Carter at a two-for-one sale at Mr Tattoo, British pop looks set for its biggest gender stand-off since the…

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According to leaked MI6 documents The Twang pose a bigger threat to global security than terrorism or global warming, with billions of people poised to take up arms over whether…

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First the Kaisers, then The Automatic and now The Twang. On current form, you’d put a fiver on ‘super-indie’ B-Unique succeeding even if they announced plans to fly Pennie to…