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Lovebox First Line-up Announcement!

London’s Lovebox Festival is becoming a staple of the capital’s summer season. Each year the multi-stage carnival manages to exceed itself, propelling it’s status into stratospheric spheres. This year Lovebox has joined forces with Secret Productions (co-organisers of Wilderness and Secret Garden Party 2009-2013), creating a new vision for 2014. …

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Album Review: Hook & the Twin – Never Ever Ever

Hook & the Twin have been floating on the London music scene since 2009 and have finally put together a full-length rich in fan favourites. On their debut album, Never Ever Ever, the electro-clash, indie duo – comprised of Tom Havelock and Marcus Efstratiou – have offered up a …

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Live Review: Parklife 2013

Parklife Festival, haven’t you grown. I remember when you were just a wee festival newbie, situated in the heartland of Manchester’s student community, where for £25 your average cool cat could lose themselves in some Fake Blood, a Friendly Fire or get acquainted with some Magnetic Men. …

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News: Latest announcements from Truck Festival

Oxford’s Truck Festival announces the latest acts to join its already huge lineup, which features the likes of SpiritualisedThe HorrorsAsh and The Subways. Taking place on 19th/20th of July, the festival will see Ags Connolly, Beta Blocker & the Body Clock, Duchess, King of Cats, …

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Track Premiere: Tomorrow’s World – ‘Drive’ (Tom Furse Remix)

On his remix of Tomorrow’s World‘s forthcoming single ‘Drive’, The Horrors‘ Tom Furse slows down the original, in the process imbuing it with a spaciousness unseen in the source material. It’s an expansive re-imagining that takes the track to an altogether darker, more brooding place.

Opening on a …

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Introducing: Torches

The past few weeks have seen many bands and artists come through the revolving doors of PlanetNotion’s introducing section, and they’ve all been of a similar ilk: pop, singer-songwriter or surf-rock. Today, however, sees a bit of a change of pace.

London band Torches sound a bit like The Vaccines

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10 Years of Lock Tavern

This iconic bar in Camden has a sacred place in all our hearts. For its Sunday day parties, the introduction of artists who have all turned out to have huge names – Erol Alkan, SBTRKT and Adele (just to name a few) and all, always, for free.
This month, the …

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Win Tickets To The Sold Out Subsonic Live

The Fred Perry Subsonic live event is back but this time pushing its boundaries with post-punk noise merchants The Horrors as the headline act. Held in the intimate venue of Islington’s The Garage, the sonic bonanza is widely known as an integral part of Fred Perry’s ‘Subculture’ for presenting the …

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Field Day – The Notion Preview

If you’re in London and reading this website, you’re probably off to Field Day tomorrow. Most of us are too. Earlier in the week, we emailed all of our online writers and asked them what they were looking forward to seeing most. This is what we got back. (Please note

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Solange plays at So Bones

After a few busy weeks of The Horrors, Jamie XX and Givers playing at The Shacklewell Arms; it announces that the hip-hop clubnight So Bones will return with Solange Knowles. (And yes, she’s Beyonce’s sister.)

So Bones began as a blog, made it’s way into a clubnight and it has …

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