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ASH ANNOUNCE OSLO-BASED DEATH BY UNGA BUNGA AS UPCOMING TOUR SUPPORT

Ash have just announced that the brilliant Oslo-based power-punks Death By Unga Bunga, will be joining them on their upcoming UK tour latest this month. The band will also be performing a headline show in Huddersfield in and amongst the dates with Ash. The band have been handpicked by Ash for the dates

Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape announce Sheffield show 8th November

BLACK GRAPE could only have been made in Manchester. The swagger, fun and cryptic humour seem hewn from a city historian AJP Taylor once described as offering an archetypally different way of English urban life to London. Both Shaun Ryder and Paul Leveridge, known as Kermit, came from edgy-but-cool parts

Tramlines Festival Review

For the past nine years, Sheffield has hosted Tramlines. Revered as one of the best inner-city festivals in the country, Tramlines has grown considerably since its genesis. It sports a larger price tag year by year but is always improving the line-up and its venues. Having attended the previous two

Spector Release ‘Moth Boys’12 Date UK Tour This Autumn

   Having impressed fans and critics alike with the singles ‘All The Sad Young Men’ and ‘Bad Boyfriend’, Spector release their eagerly anticipated second album ‘Moth Boys’ on August 21st on Fiction Records. Produced by the band with Dev Hynes, Duncan Mills and Adam Jaffrey, it marks a huge leap forward

Bring Me The Horizon announce November Headline Tour

   Sheffield’s finest, Bring Me The Horizon, are set to release an album that will catapult them even further into the stratosphere and confirm their status as one of the most important British rock bands in the world. The band will release ‘That’s The Spirit’, their new studio album on 11th

Arctic Monkeys – Suck it and See – From the Archive

It is safe to say that the indie-rock band, the Arctic Monkeys, have taken the world by storm. ‘Suck it and see’ is their fourth album and without a doubt they don’t lack originality. Unlike their previous albums, ‘suck it and see’ is more defined, classically vintage and instantly moodier

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