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Futurology - Manic Street Preachers

Following on from Rewind the Film, the Manic Street Preachers are back with a brand new album. When reviewing the album Digital Spy said: "Futurology maintains the Manics' ongoing focus on (obsession with?) past/future/memory".

Eno - Hyde: Someday World & High Life review: F**k dance, let's art!

"Eno is the most unrighteous man in the world and I have a mistrust of anything he gets involved in," muttered Luke Haines to us a little while back.

The Who Hits 50: Live in Concert - UK Tour

The Who celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2014 with a special tour celebrating their career. Performing all of their most popular hits, this is one celebration that fans don't want to miss!

Kasabian: Live in Concert - UK Tour

Following the release of their latest album 48:13 and their headline act at Glastonbury, Kasabian have announced dates for an Autumn tour of the UK. They will be supported on all dates by the Maccabees.

Arrows of Love: Live - The Barfly, London

"These guys may just be the present of rock and roll.” - “Not so much angry rock music as the sound of gallons of pure bile gushing onto cracked pavements. Wonderful.” - MUSIC WEEK

Strange Friend - The Phantom Band

Musically Strange Friend is the most straight-up set of recordings the band have put to wax. Fans of their previous critically-acclaimed albums, fear not; those burbling, fluttering electronics that drag their sound through a wormhole and out into the 70

Jaded & Faded - Cerebral Ballzy

Probably the coolest band in the world at the moment, a truly legit modern hardcore/punk band, and by far my favorite. It's beyond exciting to try and help them in any and all ways we can and were honored to put their deliriously great new record [Jaded &

Kasabian at Glastonbury 2014 review

Kasabian get arguably the most vociferous reaction of any of this years Pyramid stage headliners, people bellowing along and letting off flares See all our Glastonbury 2014 coverage here Where and when: Pyramid stage, 9.45pm, Sunday Dress code:

Forgetting the Present review haunting instrumental beauty from Remember Remember

This instrumental rock outfit from Glasgow started out as one man, Graeme Ronald, playing a lot of instruments.

High Life review Eno · Hyde's second album in two months is not just offcuts

Leftovers for afters? High Life swiftly follows Someday World, May's debut excursion by ambient guru Brian Eno and half of Underworld, Karl Hyde, who would have you believe that these are not offcuts, just an excess of ideas that deserved release.