The World Of Hans Zimmer 'The World Of Hans Zimmer - A Symphonic Celebration' the highly-anticipated run of spectacular shows kicks off this week in Manchester.


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Innervisions Festival 2019 The superb Innervisions Festival returns to London for the second year with a stellar line up of soul, funk and blues musicians.


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Bang Bang Romeo Tour Bang Bang Romeo will perform at five locations throughout the country with one special additional show still to be unveiled. On February 22nd the band will perform a show at the location of their fans choosing. Fans who collectively call themselves the BBRMY will get to nominate their town as the location for this show with votes being collected via the band's engaged social media.


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Dilly Dally Toronto’s Dilly Dally return with a new animated music video for ‘Marijuana’, a highlight from their recently released second album, Heaven directed by Andrew Knives.


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Gig Junkies Year in Review 2018 Re-visiting our catalogue of 2018 gigs, us Gig Junkies have recorded another memorable year in music and cultivated a photographic collection of musical events we couldn’t help but flick back through…


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Look Now by Elvis Costello and The Imposters Elvis Costello is one of those long-career artists who seem to manage to stay artistically vibrant against the odds. Back in the late 1970s, with singles like ‘Watching the Detectives’, he quickly established himself as one of the most intelligent commentators on the punk / new-wave music scene, a man with songwriting attitude who could pen both great tunes and incisive lyrics. However, unlike many of his 70s contemporaries, Costello was not going to be confined as a one-trick artist and he quickly moved on to make a huge range of records spanning many styles and genres (including country, R & B, Brill Building, string quartet). He has also collaborated with some great names in the music business, including Paul McCartney and Burt Bacharach. He’s not predictable and whenever a new album is announced the question is what version of Elvis Costello will this record represent?


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Live From The Ryman by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Live From The Ryman by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit opens with 'Hope The High Road', a political guitar-driven anthem possessing all the right ingredients to tell you "Here’s the band you came to see". Politically outspoken, fiery with a side order of slide guitar and a sprinkling of nice harmonies - but it disappointed slightly as it felt like the sound tech wasn’t quite on point and the middle notes seemed a little muddy. However by track 2, '24 Frames', the sound technician seemed to have awakened and employed their skillset to its full potential with a much cleaner sound.


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VI by You Me At Six Simplistically titled but thoughtfully curated, VI is the sixth studio offering from Surrey-based pop-rockers You Me At Six, an album that’s aiming to re-position the band within the minds of fans and detractors alike.


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7 Blood by Blair Jollands Blair Jollands’ latest offering 7 Blood is out now at most good record shops and streaming services. The latest offering from the New Zealand singer songwriter doesn't disappoint with infectious songs and clever lyrics it's a must for fans and newbies alike.


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Soul II Soul Iconic British band Soul II Soul will embark on a landmark tour of the UK in 2018 marking 30 years of hugely influential success, paying tribute to their legendary debut album, ‘Club Classics Vol 1’.


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The Voidz The Voidz have announced a run of headline tour dates this autumn in the UK and Ireland.


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REDUXER by alt-J Formed in 2007 at Leeds University, alt-J are a critically acclaimed band who to date have released 3 albums, the first of which ‘An Awesome Wave’ saw them claim the Mercury Prize in 2012. Their second album ‘This Is All Yours’ released in 2014 went straight to No. 1. Their third album ‘Relaxer’ was released in June 2017 and again this album was nominated for the Mercury Prize but they lost out that year.


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My Mind Makes Noises by Pale Waves There is a misconception amongst casual music listeners that there is such a thing as an ‘overnight success’. In reality, for every award, every hit single and every massive show, there are untold hours of blood, sweat and tears that each artist needs to endure before they can own their success.


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Coup De Grace by Miles Kane Miles Kane inhabits that weird sweet spot in indie guitar music wherein he is pretty much a household name without ever becoming a bona fide pop star. His third album Coup De Grace finds Kane in defiant mood, embracing his heaviest sound yet.


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