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  1. Nothing But Thieves

    Track of the day: ‘Graveyard Whistling’ by Nothing But Thieves

    One of those singular tracks that makes your hair stand on end

    Posted 10th July 2014

  2. 10 acts to watch at Exit Festival in Serbia this weekend: Pet Shop Boys, Suede, Example and more

    10 acts to watch at Exit Festival in Serbia this weekend: Pet Shop Boys, Suede, Example and more

    Organisers have packed some amazing DJs, artists and bands into the festival again this year

    Posted 10th July 2014

  3. Milky Chance ‘Sadnecessary’ review: light summer folk with just enough melancholy

    Milky Chance ‘Sadnecessary’ review: light summer folk with just enough melancholy

    Clemens' gruff vocal and Philipp's unusual arrangements have carved out a distinct voice for the band

    Posted 10th July 2014

  4. Will.i.am feat. Cody Wise ‘It’s My Birthday’ single review: More musical wizardry

    Will.i.am feat. Cody Wise ‘It’s My Birthday’ single review: More musical wizardry

    It's guaranteed to be a chart smash this week and there's nothing anyone can do to stop it...

    Posted 10th July 2014

  5. T in the Park 2014: 13 unmissable acts from this year’s line-up

    T in the Park 2014: 13 unmissable acts from this year’s line-up

    It's the final year at Balado and the line-up is bursting with incredible bands and performers

    Posted 9th July 2014

  6. Robin Thicke ‘Paula’ album review: slick production replaces any sense of dignity

    Robin Thicke ‘Paula’ album review: slick production replaces any sense of dignity

    It starts to feel like Robin's just one more desperate plea away from a restraining order

    Posted 9th July 2014

  7. The Spice Girls’ ‘Wannabe’ is 18 years old today

    The Spice Girls’ ‘Wannabe’ is 18 years old today

    Their debut single set the groundwork for their rapid world domination

    Posted 8th July 2014

  8. Sia Furler ‘1000 Forms of Fear’ album review: a pop firestorm that explodes from the opening song

    Sia Furler ‘1000 Forms of Fear’ album review: a pop firestorm that explodes from the opening song

    Her sixth LP is proof that she's one of the most fearless popstars around today

    Posted 8th July 2014

  9. Three Beat Slide’s ‘Skip Skip Slide’ is the most hilarious and excruciating music video yet

    Three Beat Slide’s ‘Skip Skip Slide’ is the most hilarious and excruciating music video yet

    Their new video features weird attempts at hip hop, creepy lyrics and spine-chilling David Lynch-esque cutaways

    Posted 5th July 2014

  10. Disclosure get their sloppy wet lips on Usher’s ‘Good Kisser’

    Disclosure get their sloppy wet lips on Usher’s ‘Good Kisser’

    Guy and Howard's remix has been a hit on SoundCloud, racking up over 240,000 listens in a few hours

    Posted 4th July 2014

  11. Track of the day: ‘Do What You Wanna Do’ (IMS Anthem) by Nile Rodgers and Cr2

    Track of the day: ‘Do What You Wanna Do’ (IMS Anthem) by Nile Rodgers and Cr2

    The legendary hit-maker has crafted another huge sun-kissed disco song

    Posted 2nd July 2014

  12. The Saturdays return with their summery ‘What Are You Waiting For?’ video

    The Saturdays return with their summery ‘What Are You Waiting For?’ video

    The key theme of their new music video seems to be that we should all go to Rhodes and buy Hawaiian Tropic

    Posted 30th June 2014

  13. Ed Sheeran at Glastonbury 2014: one of the festival’s most electrifying moments

    Ed Sheeran at Glastonbury 2014: one of the festival’s most electrifying moments

    He stunned the crowds with a powerful and evocative set

    Posted 30th June 2014

  14. 5 Seconds of Summer album review: frenzied punk-pop that tries to dry hump you

    5 Seconds of Summer album review: frenzied punk-pop that tries to dry hump you

    They've managed to craft a debut album that's both self-aware and incredibly fun

    Posted 28th June 2014

  15. John Grant live at The Old Firestation: an ordinary man in the most extraordinary sense

    John Grant live at The Old Firestation: an ordinary man in the most extraordinary sense

    He tells a compelling story from the first note to the last

    Posted 27th June 2014