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  1. The Shins - Phantom Limb

    The Shins - Phantom Limb

    It's all very 1980s REM with a West Coast accent, and is sure to be played in many an independent film too.

    Posted 7th February 2007

  2. Fall Out Boy, Hammersmith Palais, London

    As always, songs are interjected with monologues and banter from Wentz, with the vast majority of the crowd hanging on his every word.

    Posted 7th February 2007

  3. The Little Ones - Oh, MJ!

    The Little Ones - Oh, MJ!

    Having released 'Oh, MJ!' directly off the back of their tour with The Boy Least Likely To there are many great expectations for this rising band.

    Posted 6th February 2007

  4. Kelly Jones - Only The Names Have Been Changed

    Kelly Jones - Only The Names Have Been Changed

    It's all fairly bleak - these girls aren't having the best of lives for the most part - but it does highlight Jones' ability to spin a yarn over a few minutes.

    Posted 6th February 2007

  5. The Maccabees - About Your Dress

    The Maccabees - About Your Dress

    'About Your Dress' - a song to dance with your prospective partner to and agonise about afterwards.

    Posted 5th February 2007

  6. DARTZ! - This Is My Ship

    DARTZ! - This Is My Ship

    'This Is My Ship' is just the thing to blow off the winter cobwebs and get you anticipating a summer full of festivals.

    Posted 5th February 2007

  7. Arcade Fire, Porchester Hall, London

    Tonight the stage at the Porchester Hall is invaded by musicians who play all manner of instruments with a furious energy and a barely contained anger.

    Posted 5th February 2007

  8. Bloc Party - A Weekend In The City

    Bloc Party - A Weekend In The City

    Once a band seemingly uncertain of their massive potential, they've now embraced it with open arms.

    Posted 2nd February 2007

  9. Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Astoria, London

    Sam Duckworth finally has the key to the door. Tonight at the Astoria, in front of 1000 people, this talented youngster turned 21 in front of our very eyes.

    Posted 2nd February 2007

  10. Pop Levi - The Return To Form Black Magick Party

    Pop Levi - The Return To Form Black Magick Party

    At best, 'The Return To Form Black Magick Party' feels like uncovering a dusty old classic vinyl amongst your dad's collection and realising you've struck gold.

    Posted 2nd February 2007

  11. The Enemy - It’s Not OK

    The Enemy - It’s Not OK

    The Enemy seem to be channeling the spirit of The Clash, but with enough power in the music to not remotely sound like a cheap imitation.

    Posted 1st February 2007

  12. Klaxons - Myths Of The Near Future

    Klaxons - Myths Of The Near Future

    In truth, 'Myths of the Near Future' may seem a bit of a mess in terms of structure, but you're already switched on to the fact that with Klaxons that is the whole point.

    Posted 1st February 2007

  13. The Blood Brothers - Young Machetes

    The Blood Brothers - Young Machetes

    From the word go, 'Young Machetes' is a fast-paced unpredictable assault on the ears.

    Posted 1st February 2007

  14. Benjy Ferree - Leaving The Nest

    Benjy Ferree - Leaving The Nest

    'Leaving The Nest' in many ways feels like a record made by a wannabe actor never intent on making music as a 'career', but paradoxically that is its strength.

    Posted 1st February 2007

  15. Bloc Party - The Prayer

    Bloc Party - The Prayer

    'The Prayer' is bold and ambitious, and finally shows Bloc Party are the band they've been hyped to be.

    Posted 1st February 2007