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Monthly Archives: July 2009
Sometimes it’s the simple ideas in life that prove the most effective. Lots of bands, lots of venues, one weekend. Simple but yet brilliant. London has Camden Crawl, Manchester has just hosted the International Festival and Leeds even has two … Continue reading
Beg, steal or borrow? Thrice album leak three months ahead of schedule reveals major crack in the industry. iTunes legal downloads. Joint touring & recording contracts. Album releases through Guitar Hero and Rock Band video games. Spotify free music streaming … Continue reading
Support: Kevin Devine Having already delivered one of the year’s best records so far, in the shape of Mean Everything To Nothing, there’s no wonder tonight’s gig had not only sold out, but had also been upgraded from the Night … Continue reading
Support: Maps No doubt boosted by recent support slots with Kings of Leon and Depeche Mode, whilst tonight’s Cockpit gig is not quite a sell-out, it’s reassuring to see a healthy turnout for this once obscure act. On support duty, … Continue reading
Looking past the Springsteens, the Blurs and the Youngs, with a bit of adventuring, Glastonbury 2009 had many up and coming talents on display that you might have missed. Just remember, you heard them here first. Before the official bands … Continue reading