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There are just some albums you can’t leave alone. Those albums that are timeless, you can listen to in whatever mood. They are musically, lyrically and emotionally perfect. You want to share them with...

“This song is about premature ejaculation.” In one sentence Heyrocco’s frontman, Nathan, pretty much summed up Friday night’s childish antics as they take to the stage to perform “Melt” from...

There are just some albums you can’t leave alone. Those albums that are timeless, you can listen to in whatever mood. They are musically, lyrically and emotionally perfect. You want to share them with...

Watermills Theatre Production ‘Calamity Jane’ brought the wild west to Bristol’s Hippodrome at the opening last night. Jodie Prenger who starred as “Calam” lassoed the hearts of the...

90 odd years ago a backstage school trip to the Hippodrome inspired a young Archie Leach to pursue the stage; last Sunday he returned as Cary Grant to the theatre’s silver screen. A double-bill gala...

Before their recent gig at Trinity I had the privilege of hanging out with the lovely guys of Amber Run with Lewis Watson. After forming in their hometown in January 2013, the band started collaborating;...

There are just some albums you can’t leave alone. Those albums that are timeless, you can listen to in whatever mood. They are musically, lyrically and emotionally perfect. You want to share them...

A Sunday night at The Birdcage left a lot to be desired for Belfast-born duo, Southern, who are set to play Oxford’s O2 Academy in two days. The kitsch interior and array of cakes doesn’t do...

Their name is derived from a keyboard shortcut, they are renowned for their obscure lyrics and they were once described to have made geometry “Raunchy”. I am of course talking about Leeds indie trio,...

The Courteeners released their new EP ‘How Good It Was’, the title track of which will feature on the new Album ‘Concrete Love’. Frontman Liam Fray recently said that, following...