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BETWEEN THE BURIED & ME - September 2015

Grandiose, dynamic, heavy, melodic, technically challenging: these are all words that fall equally short when trying to describe Between the Buried and Me's sonic offerings.

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Boyzone - June 2015

The Ageas Family Festival on 1st August. Alongside fantastic family entertainment, the Festival will feature a super special headline musical performance from none other than kings of the UK pop scene, Boyzone.

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Bullet for my Valentine - September 2015

Bullet For My Valentine have established themselves as one of the biggest bands on the planet. Over the course of their astonishing career they have sold 10 million albums and toured the globe countless times, gaining more fans at every turn.

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Evil Scarecrow - November 2015

Brother Pain from Evil Scarecrow answers our dumbest of questions...

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Five Minutes with Chas n Dave...

Everyone’s favourite Cockneys are in town this month. The infamous Chas & Dave started peddling their musical wares waaaay back in 1975 with their debut album ‘One Fing ‘n’ Annuver’ being picked up by the legendary John Peel.

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Gaz Coombes - November 2015

We may know him best as the beloved be-sideburned frontman of Brit Pop legends Supergrass but recently Gaz Coombes has been striking out on his own and making not inconsiderable waves with his latest solo album ‘Matador’.

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Leftfield - September 2015

Leftfield are undoubtedly one of the most influential names in dance music. Forming in 1989 and quickly building the entire genre of Progressive House, they are often called the saviours of house music.

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Levellers - June 2015

We were lucky enough to grab a few minutes with bassist and iconic red-dread-head Jeremy Cunningham to learn a little more about how they’ve survived more than 25 years in the business…

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Public Service Broadcasting - July 2015

Using a unique blend of public service announcements, news clippings and samples from famous speeches PSB craft their electronic soundscape around the information being imparted to form a glorious concoction of well, education and entertainment.

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Seasick Steve - August 2015

Steve has sold out The Royal Albert Hall several times, and released 3 top 5 albums in the UK (one of which is now Platinum), with further chart successes around the world featuring homespun wisdom delivered via gritty boogies and reflective ballads.

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Steve 'n' Seagulls - May 2015

They recently set YouTube alight with their incredible hillbilly covers of rock and metal classics and now Steve ‘n’ Seagulls are on their way to the UK to show us they can do it live too.

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The Happy Mondays - November 2015

We couldn’t be more excited that the Happy Mondays are coming our way so we jumped at the chance to spend a few minutes with legendary frontman Shaun Ryder…

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The Maccabees - November 2015

Indie-rockers The Maccabees have been through a war, and they’ve got the ‘Marks to Prove It’

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The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing - November 2015

What happens when a long haired, metal loving, cross-dressing comedian starts a band with his best mate; a pink (sorry, purple!) bearded man with a penchant for musichall lyricism and all things Victorian? The mutha of all steampunk bands is born, th

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Wheatus - September 2015

If you are of a certain age there is no doubt that Wheatus are imprinted on your memory. In 1995 three brothers from Newport, NY started a band and in the summer of 2000 they smashed charts across the globe with their pop punk banger ‘Teenage Dirtbag

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Wolf Alice - September 2015

Sold out headline shows throughout the country, packed festival slots at Glastonbury, Reading / Leeds and Bestival, BBC Sound of 2015 and winning Best Breakthrough Artist at the recent UK Festival Awards! What a 2014 for Wolf Alice!

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