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Maybe Its Because I’m an Irish Londoner

Maybe Its Because I’m an Irish Londoner

Cameron Thompson January 6, 2017 0

The BibleCode Sundays are a London based band. Maybe It’s Because I’m an Irish Londoner is a call to Irish people living in London, to feel proud of their identity. Some of the Irish Diaspora

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How Civil Civic’s “Run Overdrive” got me into the Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson Show

How Civil Civic’s “Run Overdrive” got me into the Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson Show

Gary Carson October 15, 2016 0

Having read Ross McGibbon’s review of Civil Civic’s album The Test and comparisons with New Order, I couldn’t help but take a listen. Listening to Run Overdrive on YouTube I could feel influences coming in

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Album Review: Tom Chaplin – The Wave

Album Review: Tom Chaplin – The Wave

Lorna Stallard October 14, 2016 2

During a Twitter Q&A with fans last year, Keane frontman Tom Chaplin was asked what advice he would give to himself ten years ago. He responded: “Deal with your shame Tom.” Shame was the

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Primark are selling Nirvana shirts for £8 – is that a good thing?

Primark are selling Nirvana shirts for £8 – is that a good thing?

Nicole Reid May 18, 2016 0

Nicole Reid

Music journalism student at Huddersfield University.

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You’re casually walking around your home town, minding your own business. You pass many others wearing your favourite band’s t-shirt. That’s when you walk into your local Topshop and there it is. Your favourite

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Unfairly Neglected: Morphine

Unfairly Neglected: Morphine

James MacLaren April 2, 2016 0

James MacLaren

James MacLaren

Philosophy teacher and music enthusiast. Musical interests stretch from old school soul, post-punk and 80s Indie (reflecting my time as an 80s goth), UK folk revival, and reggae. I also love pop music.
James MacLaren

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Unfairly Neglected marks an intermittent series of posts celebrating or even simply reminding us of bands or artists that have, despite positive critical reception and exposure, somehow fallen through the cracks. Morphine were key

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Iggy Pop Hints at Final Studio Album

Iggy Pop Hints at Final Studio Album

LLewyn Thomas February 17, 2016 0

Iggy recently came out with an absolute cracker, announcing his ‘Post-Pop Depression’ album/project, with a set of names who, combined, make up pretty much half of my top ten album list. Josh Homme (Queens

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In 1981 New Order recorded a high tempo rave track – its just blown my mind

In 1981 New Order recorded a high tempo rave track – its just blown my mind

Vanguard Online January 22, 2016 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.

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Trawling through some messy anti-establishment archives – pages put together in the mid 90s – I found lyrical waxing about new order 5-8-6 – an early peel session turned into a 20 minute trance

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Sheffield Scene Part 4: Talking Heads

Sheffield Scene Part 4: Talking Heads

Captain Leadmill December 31, 2015 0

One of the least known pop lies is that Talking Heads are originally from Sheffield. Growing up in the middle class area of Lodge Moor, they all met at Tapton Comprehensive. Formed by Chris Franz

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Sheffield Scene Part 3: Pulp

Sheffield Scene Part 3: Pulp

Captain Leadmill December 28, 2015 0

In addition to the world famous steel works that produced cutlery used in almost every household and institution in the world, Sheffield also had numerous paper recycling firms. And it is this environment that spawned

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Sheffield Scene Part 2: Def Leppard

Sheffield Scene Part 2: Def Leppard

Captain Leadmill December 25, 2015 0

Growing up on the rough, dog eat dog, underworld of Sheffield’s council estates, Def Leppard originally started out as a Hip-hop crew. With skinheads hidden under their back to front baseball caps, they rapped

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