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  1. In defence of Jedward: two plucky Irish lads who have cast off their X Factor shackles

    In defence of Jedward: two plucky Irish lads who have cast off their X Factor shackles

    They've battled hard to be taken seriously and it's time we all paid attention

    Posted 14th June 2014

  2. New music: House producer Sight remixes Vice Collective’s ‘All I Want’

    New music: House producer Sight remixes Vice Collective’s ‘All I Want’

    He's turned it into an ambient house song with a chilled summer feel

    Posted 13th June 2014

  3. The future of UK festival payments? Barclays trials bPay contactless wristbands

    The future of UK festival payments? Barclays trials bPay contactless wristbands

    People attending Wireless or Pride Festivals in London can use the bands to make purchases under £20

    Posted 13th June 2014

  4. Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Isle of Wight Festival 2014: 10 acts to watch at Seaclose Park

    The sun is shining, the weather promises to be good and there's a weekend of unmissable music waiting for you

    Posted 13th June 2014

  5. Fall Out Boy

    Download Festival 2014: six acts to watch this weekend

    From Fall Out Boy to Aerosmith and Drenge, there are some incredible bands performing at Donington Park

    Posted 13th June 2014

  6. Game of Thrones theme gets a New Orleans makeover after The Watchers on The Wall

    Game of Thrones theme gets a New Orleans makeover after The Watchers on The Wall

    The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys injected a little southern style into the show

    Posted 11th June 2014

  7. Ella Henderson ‘Ghost’ review: a supernatural debut

    Ella Henderson ‘Ghost’ review: a supernatural debut

    Unquestionably the strongest debut single from an X Factor contestant in the show's history

    Posted 8th June 2014

  8. Cher Lloyd ‘Sorry I’m Late’ review: potentially the strongest pop album of the summer

    Cher Lloyd ‘Sorry I’m Late’ review: potentially the strongest pop album of the summer

    Brat pop has been redefined with Cher evolving far beyond the limitations of her reality TV roots

    Posted 8th June 2014

  9. Disclosure

    Track of the day: ‘Frontin’’ by Disclosure x Pharrell Williams

    A superb blend of Pharrell's swagger and their insane electronic beats

    Posted 7th June 2014

  10. Clean Bandit ‘New Eyes’ album review: a happy and light summer LP with some pacing issues

    Clean Bandit ‘New Eyes’ album review: a happy and light summer LP with some pacing issues

    But their tongue-in-cheek sense of humour and distinct style makes for a good listen

    Posted 2nd June 2014

  11. Free mix: Alex Mytton unveils summer-themed May Mix of songs

    Free mix: Alex Mytton unveils summer-themed May Mix of songs

    The Made in Chelsea star's packed his latest SoundCloud mix with some deep house anthems

    Posted 30th May 2014

  12. James Arthur ‘All the World’s a Stage’ EP review: dark, self-indulgent but surprisingly satisfying

    James Arthur ‘All the World’s a Stage’ EP review: dark, self-indulgent but surprisingly satisfying

    His new mixtape tries to jettison what didn't work from his self-titled debut album to tighten up his musicality

    Posted 25th May 2014

  13. Adam Lambert ‘The Very Best Of…’ review: RCA’s desperate and brazen attempt to cash-in

    Adam Lambert ‘The Very Best Of…’ review: RCA’s desperate and brazen attempt to cash-in

    His former label is releasing a compilation album just weeks before he goes on a sold-out tour with Queen...

    Posted 18th May 2014

  14. Saturday Morning Slow Jams crew bounce on their Gummi Bears cover

    Saturday Morning Slow Jams crew bounce on their Gummi Bears cover

    The Disney show is the latest Saturday morning cartoon to be turned into a sexy, smooth '90s jam

    Posted 17th May 2014

  15. Track of the day: ‘Remember Me’ by Anadel (The Walking Dead Game episode 3)

    Track of the day: ‘Remember Me’ by Anadel (The Walking Dead Game episode 3)

    In Harm's Way features another beautifully poignant song from a band that keeps getting better

    Posted 13th May 2014