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The Music storm the Isle of Wight Festival

Robert Harvey shows off impressive moves as The Music rock the Big Top Tent

The Music

In 2002 the late, great Tony Wilson, having admitted he tried and failed to sign them, described The Music as “the most exciting band on the planet”. He wasn’t alone in this opinion: on witnessing Robert Harvey’s lot live for the first time, this writer excitedly rang everyone he knew and started spluttering stuff like “the future” and “it’s...

The Music

Bless little bald Robert Harvey and his gang of euphoro-rave-rockers, battling to reignite public interest after four years in the wilderness by… well, by putting out a track that could have sat comfortably on their debut album way back in 2002. The ever-diminishing quality of ecstasy ain’t gonna help them, but this is a sharp reminder of why many...

The Music announce huge UK tour

Leeds band announce extensive dates across the country

The Music reveal new album details

'Strength In Numbers' will be released in June

The Music announce next leg of unique tour

Returning dance-rockers expand their 'Four Cities' dates

The Music debut new songs at tiny London gig

Rob Harvey and co. make their live return

The Music to play intimate low-key gigs

Find out how to get tickets to the tiny shows here

The Music

Remember The Music? Perma-stoned, trog-ugly kings of early-millennial dance-rock? And remember how their singer Robert Harvey used to hide his troll-like features under a huge Jonathan Creek-style barnet? Well, the big news from tonight’s live return is that he’s now a Gollum-like slaphead. However, it seems from the two newies they debut from their forthcoming third LP that...

The Music make live return

Band premiere new songs in Leeds