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60 Seconds with Steve Craddock on Cool Britannia

Steve Cradock of Ocean Colour Scene – talks about Cool Britannia Festival and more. The band headlines Cool Britannia Festival on Sunday 2nd September. What or which other band are you most looking forward to at the Cool Britannia Festival? Happy Mondays – I love Shaun Ryder. What is your favourite Britpop song from

Shiiine On: Birmingham: Saturday September 8th 2018

Shiiine On launch a new one day festival at Birmingham O2 Academy on Saturday 8thSeptember 2018. The incredible line-up includes more than 20 Iconic bands and an official Hacienda afterparty. Orbital, Shed Seven Happy Mondays & Julian Cope headline joined by a stellar supporting cast. Over 3 stages

Steve Cradock – New Album, New Sound

Paul Weller / Ocean Colour Scene guitar legend Steve Cradock announces the release of his third solo album, coming September 30th, plus a full UK tour. 'Travel Wild - Travel Free' is a body of work which can challenge any procenceptions about the Britpop / Mod veteren. We feel he's absolutely

Chris Helme on tour

Date Venue Location 2nd Oct 2012 Surya London (Kings Cross) 5th Oct 2012 Live Lounge, St Helier Jersey 7th Oct 2012 Rock Your Mind Festival Middlesborough 12th Oct 2012 Kings Hall - (with Simon & Oscar of Ocean Colour Scene Herne Bay 26th Oct 2012 The Portland Arms Ashington 3rd Nov 2012 Venue Cymru - Turin Brakes & Chris Helme Llandudno, Wales 4th Nov 2012 Hare & Hounds Birmingham 9th Nov 2012 Voodoo

Summer Sundae – Day Two – Saturday

With the first day off to such a successful start I'm both interested and hopeful as to what day two has to offer. The first band on my radar are Savages who I'd heard rumblings about from various sources and so knew they were band I should check out as

Kartica – Don’t You Think So

Kartica, formed in May 2008, are a five-piece indie band from Sheffield. Having built up a following in their home town, Kartica released their debut single Don’t You Think So in April and have been gaining a good reputation following shows at Sheffield’s O2 Academy and supporting bands like the

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