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The Greatest Lyricists Of All Time – Inside This Week’s NME

One good line can catch your heart, stick in your mind, change your life. In this week’s NME, we profile the greatest lyricists in...

‘Doctor Who: Asylum Of The Daleks’ – Review

It’s nice to have The Doctor back in our Saturday evenings, isn’t it? They just haven’t been the same without him.Photo: BBC Steven Moffat certainly...

Month In Music – Best Thing You Heard In August?

Goodbye summer, we barely knew thee. As Reading and Leeds bring the curtain down on August in barnstorming style we have to face the...

Which 10 Songs Best Represent Britain?

The BBC love nothing better than analyzing the strange and nebulous concept of “Britishness”, and next year Radio 2 will be bringing us a...

Rock Icons Reborn As CD Mosaics

Does anyone remember the golden age of Art Attack with Neil Buchanan? The best bit of the long-running children's art show was the bit...

Will We Ever Have A ‘Song Of The Summer’ Again?

Yesterday, Spotify released a Sound Of The Summer playlist, featuring the most streamed tracks of the past few months, including 'We Are Young' by...

New Music – Palma Violets, ‘Best Of Friends’

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poFXWUTEs1k It's the debut single from Palma Violets then, who we've written about a fair bit before. Four London chancers who got snapped up by Rough...

Radar Tip Of The Day 139: Cheval Sombre

Photo: Marilena Imbrescia Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser from MGMT are just two of the special guests on the upcoming album of upstate New...

Reading And Leeds 2012 – 50 Awesome Photos

This year's Reading and Leeds Festivals were bigger and better than ever, a non-stop riot of special guests, epic headliners and hard-rocking upstarts. Whether...

Beyond Skrillex – Where To Start With Dubstep

Ridiculous, appalling, offensive, comically crap, hollow, awful, dubstep by numbers. It's not difficult to find a dance music fan frustrated by the rise of...

The Killers, ‘Battle Born’ – First Listen

On September 17, The Killers release their fourth studio album. 'Battle Born' is both the name of the band's own studio and a nickname...

Total Recall (2012) – Remakes Don’t Have To Be This Dull

Remakes of Paul Verhoeven's late 80's sci-fi classic RoboCop and Paul Verhoeven's late 90's sci-fi classic Starship Troopers will soon be inflicted on us....

Massive Reading & Leeds Festival Report – Inside This Week’s NME

Green Day’s ‘secret’ Reading set! Foo Fighters’ epic two-and-a-half hour Leeds show! And another 23 moments that rocked Reading and Leeds Festivals, with live...

The First Song Beamed From Mars – Can’t We Do Better Than Will.I.Am?

Hug your mum. Call that ex you're still in love with. Jump out of a hot air balloon and swim with sharks naked before...

No Doubt, ‘Push And Shove’ – First Listen

No Doubt return next month with 'Push And Shove', their first album in a decade. Is it any good though? We've heard seven of...

Reading Vs Leeds – Which Is Better?

Reading and Leeds festivals kick off today, and though the full, stunning line-up will whip up and down the M1 to play each over...

Who Wants To See A Squid Dance To Cypress Hill?

As animals go, you'd imagine the majestic squid to have some excellent dance moves. An eight-armed cephalopod would probably be better at breaking, locking...

Radar Band Of The Week: No. 104 – Angel Haze

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hsAYC8RnUc Angel Haze’s story is so full that it really needs to be told like one of her quickfire raps. Born in Michigan. Military...

The Watch – A Career Low For Everyone Involved

The fingerprints of recent British film successes are plastered all over the latest science fiction/comedy hybrid to wing its way across the Atlantic. With...

Green Day, ‘¡Uno!’ – First Listen

On September 24, Green Day release the first in the trilogy of new albums called, ‘¡Uno!’, ‘¡Dos!’ and ‘¡Tre!’. After years spent rebranding as...
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