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VIOLENT FEMMES – 2 MICS

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VIOLENT FEMMES – 2 MICS

Violent Femmes came together in 1981 and were quickly applauded as one of the most inventive and original bands of the era, constantly pushing forward with their singular blend of folk and punk, sarcasm and spirituality. The Milwaukee-based band fi rst attracted attention while busking in front of their hometown’s Oriental Theatre. The performance caught the ears of that night’s headliners, Pretenders Chrissie Hynde and the late James Honeyman-Scott, who invited the young group to open the sold out concert with a brief acoustic set. From there Violent Femmes released eight studio albums and more than a dozen iconic singles, among them such classics as “American Music,” “Gone Daddy Gone,” “Nightmares, “Add It Up,” and of course, “Blister In The Sun.” Violent Femmes’ remarkable three-decade-plus career has earned them cumulative worldwide sales in excess of 10 million, with 1983’s VIOLENT FEMMES awarded with RIAA platinum certifi cation eight years after its initial release. The turn of the millennium saw Violent Femmes begin a ...

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THE VAMPS – NIGHT & DAY

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THE VAMPS – NIGHT &...

The Vamps will release the album in two parts. The Night Edition will hit stores first on July 21ST. The Day Edition will follow towards the end of the year. Both albums will feature 10 new songs each. The Deluxe version will include a live DVD /download of The Vamps at their recent London 02 Arena show.  

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GOLDFINGER – THE KNIFE

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GOLDFINGER – THE KNIFE

Goldfinger has become a household name in the punk/ska community since their mid-90s inception. With 6 full-length albums under their belt, they have charted in the Billboard Top 200, their self-titled debut album went gold, and have been featured in several films and video games. Nine years after their last release, 2008’s “Hello Destiny…”, fans will be thrilled that Goldfinger are back with “The Knife” and will be eager to scoop this record on release day. “The Knife” includes 13 catchy, energetic tracks that showcase the evolution of Goldfinger. With a list of highly notable special guests, including Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker, Twenty One Pilots' Josh Dun, Mighty Mighty Boss Tones’ Nate Albert and ONE OK ROCK’s Takahiro Moriuchi among many others, this album is sure to attract existing fans, as well as new listeners. To promote the album, the band will be playing select dates of the Vans ...

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SILVERSTEIN – DEAD REFLECTION

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SILVERSTEIN – DEAD...

It takes numbers to craft a movement out of sound. It takes numbers, and it takes throat, calloused fingers, worn out joints, and a sea of voices singing along. It takes numbers, and it takes work. It takes playing basements and community centers as much as it takes stages, and festivals. It takes years of dedication, sincerity, and community. And yet, only a few artists are so honored as to become synonymous with their era. Since 2000, Silverstein has kept its roots firmly planted in the terrain of post-hardcore. 17 years later, the genre is impossible to talk about without mentioning this seminal group. Well over a decade of performances, of writing, and recording has afforded the group time to evolve and push forward, and Silverstein have taken the whole scene on this ride with them. To speak about the differences— whether musical, lyrical, or tonal—between When Broken Is Easily Fixed (2003) and their latest ...

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OH WONDER – ULTRALIFE

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OH WONDER – ULTRALIFE

In an era in which pop careers require careful planning, Oh Wonder are an anomaly. They’re a band formed by accident not design, a duo who didn’t intend to play live but spent more than a year touring the world, and a major label act who never saw this beinganything other than a DIY project. Ultralife is both Oh Wonder’s extraordinary second album and their debut proper. Its eponymously‐titled predecessor, released in late 2015, was a collection of songs they had posted online at the rate of one a month, which millions of listeners fell in love with, turning London‐based Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West into reluctant pop stars. Now their first album is fast approaching half a billion streams ‐ a happy accident indeed.

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THE WHO – ISLE OF WIGHT 2004

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THE WHO – ISLE OF WIGHT...

In 2004 The Who returned to the Isle Of Wight Festival for the first time since their legendary performance in 1970. After a long absence, the festival had been reborn in 2002 and continues to this day. Their UK concerts in 2004 were the first in their home country since the death of founder member John Entwistle. As the evening shadows lengthened across the festival site, The Who took to the stage and delivered an incendiary performance packed with hit singles and classic album tracks and the concert more than lived up to the fan’s expectations and memories of 1970. Line-Up Roger Daltrey (vocals); Pete Townshend (guitars, vocals); Simon Townshend (guitars, vocals); Pino Palladino (bass); Zak Starkey (drums); John “Rabbit” Bundrick (keyboards, piano)

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BLACK GRAPE – POP VOODOO

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BLACK GRAPE – POP VOODOO

Black Grape return with the brand new album ‘Pop Voodoo’. The album showcases the band’s first new material in 20 years and is sure to reinstate them as one of the most influential bands of all time. The forthcoming album is testament to Ryder’s reigning social and political commentary. Ryder and Kermit have teamed up with producer Youth (Martin Glover) on this album, who has previously worked with the likes of U2, Guns N’ Roses, Pink Floyd and Depeche Mode to name a few.    

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RAINBOW – LIVE IN BIRMINGHAM 2016

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RAINBOW – LIVE IN...

In June 2016 legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore made his much‐anticipated return to rock music as Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow played three concerts in Europe, two in Germany and one in England. The two German shows at Loreley and Bietigheim were caught on camera to produce the concert film Memories In Rock, which was released by Eagle Vision with the audio released on Eagle Records in November 2016. This new 2CD set captures the full audio from the British show at the Genting Arena at the NEC, Birmingham. The setlist for this show, combining classic tracks from both Deep Purple and Rainbow, includes two tracks from the Mark III Deep Purple era, “Soldier Of Fortune” and “Burn” that were not included in the German shows. The band were on fantastic form and Ritchie Blackmore proved that he remains one of the finest guitarists of all time.

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ALL 41 – THE WORLD’S BEST HOPE

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ALL 41 – THE WORLD’...

ALL 41 (pronounced ALL FORTY-ONE) is not just another project born of Frontiers’ President Serafi no Perugino’s imaginative A&R mind, but is a project very close to the hearts of each musician involved. With none other than the amazing Terry Brock on lead vocals (Giant, Strangeways), Robert Berry (Three, Alliance) on bass and lead vocals, Gary Pihl (Boston, Sammy Hagar, Alliance) on guitar, and Matt Starr (Ace Frehley, Mr Big) on drums, All 41 is a project born of passion and fire. Their debut album, “World’s Best Hope” will be released July 7, 2017. Guitarist Gary Pihl says, “It started with some great sounding songs in a rough “demo” form, but every time I got a new version with each musician’s real performance on it, I got stoked! We’re all bringing our “A Game” to the band. I can’t wait to do some gigs with these guys! Robert and I go way back, and Terry and Matt are like the best players ...

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WHITEHORSE – PANTHER IN THE DOLLHOUSE

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WHITEHORSE – PANTHER IN...

All I wanted was to make the top five with no chance of wakin' up with y'all Whitehorse, a go‐for‐broke duo with a wild imagination and lethal riffs, serves up an anthem for those who get fooled – but only for a time – by the smooth talkers, the social climbers, the neon lighters, the brake squealers, the black and red detailers, the Diesel wearers, the face suckers, and all those boys who live with their mothers. Forever. And Ever. And Ever. And Ever. "Boys Like You" goes back to the 90s with its tinny beats, flashy tremolo guitar licks and rollercoaster dreamscape chorus. The song taps into a rich lineage of scathing alt rock send‐offs, this one a tale of pathetic entitlement, hostile insecurities and vercompensation. This one’s not for the drunk sad bastards, but for those who have to deal with them. Sounds Like: Beck, The Charlatans, Cake Glam and sleaze, desert grit and subway rats, ...

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