News

Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres announce UK tour

Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres have today announced a new UK tour scheduled for May 2019.  Kicking off in Bristol, the tour heads to Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester before returning south to cities such as Nottingham and London. Heading to larger venues, it follows a more intimate tour of the country completed just last […]

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Music

Introducing: Click Music

Click Music is more than a music site. It is an organisation, a collective, a homepage for a scene which is more powerful, more corrosive and more relevant than ever.  We collectivise all that is best in our scene, championing bands, venues, industry insiders and more with an aim to redefine and re-establish our scene […]

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Latest, Music

Noel Gallagher announces intimate gigs

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds return to the forefront of the touring circuit this year with a summer of huge outdoor shows. Before then, a mini, intimate tour of the country will see him warm up with the promise of new material.  With live outings showing no sign of slowing down, the High Flying Birds […]

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Features, Music

CLOSED: HMV Oxford Street

HMV’s flagship Oxford Street Store is an institution, a flag-bearer of music stores worldwide. With HMV as a whole being saved, its centrepiece is no more. Doors closed yesterday. Despite this, it leaves a legacy. The store has nurtured and helped generations of musicians and music fans alike. HMV’s recent history has been chaotic. Numerous […]

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Latest, Music

Feral Family kick off 2019 with ‘Feed The Machine’

Dynamic, exciting and elusive are all words which describe Feral Family. They kick of 2019 with latest offering ‘Feed The Machine.’  The Sheffield trio return with their fourth outing, perhaps their best yet. Catchy, menacing guitar riffs open a track so powerful it may blow your mind. Dark vocals clash with an expressive chorus bearing […]

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Music

Volunteering at Glastonbury

Getting tickets to Glastonbury is a euphoric occasion, months of pent up angst released in a matter of seconds. However, this leaves many thousands of people ticketless, yet still wishing to enter the hallowed farm come June. Beyond the absurd (climbing the fence, hiding in a suitcase, etc) volunteering and working at Glastonbury is the […]

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Interviews, Music

Interview: Chay Snowdon

Chay Snowdon’s recent double A side releases were impressive. ‘Sha La La’ and ‘Mon Cheri’ have the legs to go far. We Caught up with Chay, talking inspirations, future plans and a dream dinner-table line up.   Give us a quick backstory to Chay Snowdon? How did things begin musically, etc? When I was about […]

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