Posts by tomjewitt

Launchbox: Sumner

The haunting sound of folk music’s next big thing. Slow, steady, and devilishly tantalising, Sumner’s chorus is one to take

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Nirvana’s 10 Most Rock ’n’ Roll Live Moments

From smashing up equipment, to strumming out acoustic numbers, Nirvana were always seen as merchants of the spectacular. Here, we

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The Black Keys announce return with new album ‘Turn Blue’.

Blues meddlers The Black Keys have announced their return with new LP ‘Turn Blue‘. The Record will be released in

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Iggy Pop and New Order perform Joy Division’s ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ at Tibet House Benefit.

Punk legend Iggy Pop also performed ‘Transmission’ and rare live track ‘Californian Grass’ with the Manchester band. Iggy Pop joined

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Single Review: Marika Hackman – Deep Green

A soulful trek into the jungle of Marika Hackman’s mind leads to discovering an angry, yet chillingly delicate take on

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LaunchBox: Juliette Commagere

The solo work of the former Hello Stranger singer is gathering momentum. Cutting herself a large slice of the pie,

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Oasis to re-issue ‘Definitely Maybe’ for 20th Anniversary.

A remastered version of the Manchester bands debut LP, including rare, unreleased tracks, will be released on the 19th of

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EP Review: Hurdles – Where To Start

In a sudden stream of colour, Hurdles offer a slightly different tinge of indie-pop music; one that is difficult to

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Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

Another extraordinary reinvention, and another extraordinary outcome. London’s Bombay Bicycle Club return with a scintillating fourth album, that accentuates bursting

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EP Review: Blizzard – Testing the Water

As a product of Manchester’s rap-battle scene, 19-year old Blizzard is eager to break the premise that he’s just another

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