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REVIEW: Paul Weller 66

REVIEW: Paul Weller 66

The year 1958; Sweden held the FIFA World Cup, Sputnik 1 re-entered the atmosphere & burnt up, whilst Gibson patented the Flying V Guitar. Other significant musical appearances included the release of All I Have To Do Is Dream The…

LIVE REVIEW: Ocean Colour Scene Leicester O2 17.5.24

LIVE REVIEW: Ocean Colour Scene Leicester O2 17.5.24

Birmingham’s finest exponents of Jumpin’ Jack Flash grooves, Bless The Weather folk and Ticket To Ride pop triumphantly returned to the live circuit on a warm Friday night at Leicester’s 02. 60’s songstress PP Arnold opens proceedings with her unmistakable,…

INTERVIEW: The Prisoners Graham Day Speaks!

INTERVIEW: The Prisoners Graham Day Speaks!

The Prisoners are the high octane, lethal injection 80’s mod/beat group who released sensational material at the time and are now going through a period of equally addictive sounds reforming for a spate of gigs and now ready to release…

REVIEW: The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys

REVIEW: The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys

‘I think it’s the heart that you put into what you’re doing that’s important. Each member of the Beach Boys puts their whole heart and soul’ Dennis Wilson, ‘We were really an accident, but a good accident.’ Al Jardine,  ‘There’s…

LIVE REVIEW: Paul Weller Leicester 9.4.24

LIVE REVIEW: Paul Weller Leicester 9.4.24

Search the meaning of the word aging brings up these phrases; crumbling, declining, fading, fermenting, mellowing, slumping, stale and waning. Whilst this might describe ancient trees decaying through millenniums of misuse and misguided care, slowing down or taking a breather…

LIVE REVIEW: Depeche Mode Birmingham 24.1.24

LIVE REVIEW: Depeche Mode Birmingham 24.1.24

Belesduna Depeche Mode boys, Dave Gahan and Martin L Gore, are embarking on their latest extensive world tour on the back of 15th album Memento Mori. Celebrated in many quarters as their best long player in many years, this jaw…