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Lewis Capaldi at Mad Cool: a comedown from Glastonbury, but ‘Chewbacca’ is unstoppable

“TAP AFF!” shouts the surprisingly large Scottish contingent at Lewis Capaldi’s debut show in Madrid, at Mad Cool festival. The mercury says it’s 39 degrees...

Bring Me The Horizon at the opening night of Madrid’s Mad Cool Festival: high-camp, confrontational and utterly compelling

Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes is freaking people out. It’s something the singer clearly enjoys doing these days, having morphed into a...

Africa Express – ‘EGOLI’ review

Earlier this year, Africa Express played one of their biggest gigs to date at Waltham Forest in Leytonstone, east London. It was a diverse...

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler is now officially a Canadian citizen

Arcade Fire's Win Butler is now officially a Canadian citizen. You can see footage of the moment Butler was awarded his dual citizenship below. ...

‘Stranger Things’ fans have a new theory about the ending

Fans of Stranger Things have a new theory about the ending of Season 3. Read More: All the evidence surrounding *that* character’s shock death in...

Why I wish that Mr. Levenstein, Jim’s Dad from ‘American Pie’, was my Dad

There’s an exquisite moment in American Pie: Reunion where Jim’s Dad, played by Eugene Levy and his eyebrows, probes his grown-up son on the...

Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Deryck Whibley, Sum 41

1: Name all the members of The Sums, the rebranded version of Sum 41 you play in The Strokes-spoofing 2002 ‘Still Waiting’ video. “So...

Just Mustard: Meet the Irish shoegazers already loved by The Cure

‘Frank’ and ‘October’, the two songs that make up the new 12” from Ireland five-piece Just Mustard, are concerned with dreaming. “I watch TV...

Keane on battling addiction, competition with the Gallaghers and their first album in seven years

Keane are back after a six year break. Once the much loved darlings of British music, for a time the band didn't have it easy. Between...

Stranger Things 3, Chapter 1: ‘Suzie, Do You Copy?’ review and recap – snogging, Russians, rats and rumblings from the Upside Down

“Strong threat, bloody violence, moderate sex, discriminatory language,” warns the Netflix text strip as – after what seems like the longest wait – the first episode...
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