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Gig review: Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, Enmore Theatre, 11/3/2011

Mark Ronson, the UK producer who seems to be the Madonna of male artists, transforming with each album, and his Business International – made up most notably of Spank Rock, MNDR, Rose Elinor Dougall and Alex Greenwald – was so … Continue reading

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Gig review: The Antlers & Bear In Heaven, Annandale Hotel, 10/2/2011

New York you saucy minx, you really know how to breed your bands, don’t you? If it wasn’t enough to have Brooklyn melancholic indie peddlers The Antlers on the lineup, you gave us your psych dance trio Bear In Heaven … Continue reading

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Gig review: Foals, Enmore Theatre, 9/2/2011

Last year Foals played to a sold out Manning Bar crowd, six months later they’ve managed to pack out a venue twice the size with no new music to their name. They are the band whose reputation exceeds them, especially … Continue reading

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Gig review: Warpaint, Oxford Art Factory, 8/2/2011

It’s rare that a support band is perfectly suited to the night in question yet not a carbon copy of the headliner. Richard In Your Mind were a joy to watch live, with upbeat beachy, summer tunes that had party … Continue reading

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Gig review: Menomena, Factory Theatre, 7/2/2011

I’m going to be honest with you, there was a lot of man love in the room for Menomena. I’m talking the sort of dude on dude excitement that is as embarrassing as it is endearing. Not to suggest that … Continue reading

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Gig review: Primal Scream, Selina’s Coogee Bay Hotel, 29/1/11

Screamadelica being performed in full is many a Primal Scream fans dream. It had the potential to be a hackneyed affair, but the luck lies in the uplifting 1991 album, still a completely unique record brimming with good vibes. From … Continue reading

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