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Black Peaks supporting Enter Shikari | Leeds O2 Academy | 02.02.2019

Black Peaks supporting Enter Shikari | Leeds O2 Academy | 02.02.2019

Amy Harrison February 3, 2019 0

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Frank Turner Kills it at Leeds First Direct Arena – support from Jimmy Eat World

Frank Turner Kills it at Leeds First Direct Arena – support from Jimmy Eat World

Amy Harrison January 28, 2019 0

With support from Jimmy Eat World  

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KYLIE MINOGUE is coming to Oxfordshire!

KYLIE MINOGUE is coming to Oxfordshire!

Jara Dressler November 21, 2018 0

If it happened before and was a huge success than it should happen again: This might be what the organizer of The Nocturne Live thought which is why it will happen again at the

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One Step Closer 2: A charity gig in memory of Chester Bennington | Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield | 06th October 2018

One Step Closer 2: A charity gig in memory of Chester Bennington | Mulberry Tavern, Sheffield | 06th October 2018

Tom Holley October 11, 2018 0

Tom Holley

Photographer from Sheffield.
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Following on from last years huge success having raised over £500; and gaining the attention of local artists and bringing the likes of While She Sleeps members down to showcase their support for such

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The future looks bright for Oscar Jerome

The future looks bright for Oscar Jerome

Vanguard Online March 25, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

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I’m kicking myself for not taking the opportunity to go and see Oscar Jerome early this year at Corsica Studios. Too late for the gig, I was really taken by the EP he released

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The regurgitation and irrepressibility of the 1990s indie scene

The regurgitation and irrepressibility of the 1990s indie scene

Vanguard Online February 10, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
I am amazed at how much the 1990s (and late 80s) indie scene is continually regurgitated twenty plus years later. I’m not having a go at it, as such, but I just think its

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Music was banned in Timbuktu in 2012, musicians are poking their heads up again – but for how long?

Music was banned in Timbuktu in 2012, musicians are poking their heads up again – but for how long?

Vanguard Online January 18, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
Timbuktu, whose name is most known to many English speakers as the home of Roger Hargreaves’ Mr Men, is actually the name for the capital of the central African country of Mali. News from Mali

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The best music photographs from 2017 on Vanguard Online

The best music photographs from 2017 on Vanguard Online

Vanguard Online January 8, 2018 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
2017 was a great year for music photography on Vanguard Online. Not least because our team of music photographers was bolstered by new additions throughout the year! Paulina Leyton‘s photography was an endless source

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Looking for a sure fire bet this Christmas? Two albums that should do the trick!

Looking for a sure fire bet this Christmas? Two albums that should do the trick!

Vanguard Online December 20, 2017 0

Vanguard Online

I edit Vanguard Online, make contact with PR companies and recruit new writers.
Buying Christmas presents is always a tricky business.  You can go for the high risk option, and try something different. However that can often backfire, or end up feeling like a damp squib. Here

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Ten Soulful Versions of Eleanor Rigby

Ten Soulful Versions of Eleanor Rigby

James MacLaren August 29, 2017 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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Eleanor Rigby is not the most covered song by The Beatles, but it is up there. Whosampled identifies over 130 covers of the song.  It could be argued that it is a difficult song

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