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Radiohead

Last time Radiohead played to fans in the Texas state capital, they were in the middle of an overgrown field and third on the...

The Black Keys

From The Vaccines (ding!) to Viva Brother (honk), it’s usually pretty straightforward to spot where the really big success stories and bigger fails will...

Howler

Cardiff’s gig-goers have turned out in force tonight to eye Howler with a mix of curiosity and suspicion, keen to see how well this...

Enter Shikari

"I don’t know if you know, but we’re a pretty big deal right now...” Rou Reynolds, an overgrown man-child clad in shorts and a...

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...

Manic Street Preachers

What would the proverbial alien/person who has been living under a rock make of this spectacle, you wonder? Stage left there’s this lanky guy...

Coldplay, Alan Partridge, Rob Brydon, Tinie Tempah and Emeli Sandé

Chris Martin tells Alan Partridge to fuck off. Rob Brydon fronts Coldplay, singing ‘White Christmas’ in the voice of Tom Jones. And, at several...

Live Review: Lana Del Rey

So the Scala gig comes and goes, giving the UK’s media their chance to experience this quite preposterously talked about singer ‘in the flesh’,...

Live Review: Azealia Banks

“I was about to give more of a show than I came over here for, know what I’m sayin’?” smirks Azealia Banks, clutching her...

Live Review: Hurts

Twenty-one months ago, Hurts played their debut UK gig, in tiny St Philip’s Church in Salford, attended by a smattering of curious journos and...
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