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We present to you the WestWorld team’s personal picks from 2014. From music to art we’ve covered all the bases. Don’t agree with some of our selections? Let us know what you would have...

I was lucky enough to speak to bassist Fredrik Källgren Wallin and some of his responses are the funniest I’ve had yet. Sanity not guaranteed. So what have you been up to recently? We just came...

In November electro group Little Dragon returned once more to Bristol. Backed by neon lights, an eclectic wardrobe and more energy than a nuclear power station, the foursome from Gothenburg taught us...

Touring an album before it’s even been released is risky. Fans may be devoted to the few singles they already know but ultimately the issue of performing mostly unfamiliar material still exists, and...

In 1935 RKO Radio Pictures released what is now widely regarded the greatest Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dance film of all time. Nearly 80 years later Top Hat the musical is heading out on a UK tour...

On October 8th, the London Film Festival opened at the Odeon Leicester Square Cinema in London. Many were not lucky enough to get their hands on Gala Screening tickets, rumoured to admit entry to an after...

Following the release of debut single ‘Northern Lights’ in 2012, Stockholm-based trio Kate Boy have gone from strength to strength. Three more singles have followed – including this month’s ‘Open...

“Bristol is a city that has always been good to us“. The Essex boys are excited to be back in town to close their nationwide headline tour before they head off to America to record their first full...

The demise of legendary Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis has been heavily echoed over the last thirty years, though never has the story been told as intimately as in new book ‘So This Is Permanence’....

It’s been four years since Klaxons last graced the UK music scene but now they’re back with a brand new album. We spoke to Jamie Reynolds about their upcoming tour and his plans for Halloween. Jamie:...