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Manchester’s Tenfivesixty release “Dashboard Light”

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TENFIVESIXTY75Continuing to push forward after the release of previous single “Control”, the Manchester duo are back once again with follow up “Dashboard Light”. Jen Bailey and Rick Hornby joined forces a few years back, off the back of a mutual love for “lost romanticism, soundtracks, 60’s girl groups, 80’s hooks, good footwear, attention to detail, [...]



Lonely The Brave 
gig at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar – *Sold Out* 


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lonely the brave 75The Cambridge lads have had an absolutely stellar time of late, receiving the type of press attention and industry plaudits received for truly special acts. Zane Lowe is infatuated, they’ve supported Springsteen and just about every publication going has touted them as a band who could potentially rule the world. Their epic, anthemic songs are [...]



English National Opera “La Traviata”, Duke Of York’s, March 
Wednesday 11

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latraviata75    Don’t have the time or money 
to get up to the West End, but 
still want to enjoy the opulence 
of the opera in a fittingly sumptuous environment? 
Duke of York’s Picturehouse 
has the answer with this live performance broadcast showcasing the stunning 
National Opera production of Verdi’s masterpiece. Reaching to the heart [...]



All We Are, March Tuesday 10, The Green Door Store

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All-We-Are75  This Liverpudlian trio have been busy since we featured them in our New Music section last year. Their unique brand of art-pop has echoes of Talking Heads, MGMT and…the Bee Gees (yes, just listen) and their music is complimented by their stunning videos. 2014 saw them building momentum with unanimous praise and now their [...]



Underworld, Brighton Dome, March Saturday 7

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underworld75    Unbelievably, it’s been two whole decades since the dance duo released their seminal debut album “dubnobasswithmyheadman” and reshaped the dancefloor and the after-party all at once. To mark this milestone, they’ll be performing it live to a no-doubt ravenous Brighton Dome crowd, so be sure to get your tickets early for one of [...]



1000 Mexicans, The Brunswick, February Thursday 5

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1000-Mexicans75    Don’t panic, it’s not an invasion, but the return of one of the 80s most innovative and creative independent bands. Known for their strong songwriting and rich sound, underscored with dashes of experimentalism, they were nevertheless unable to parlay their strong reputation into longevity, disbanding in 1986. Founding members Michael Harding and Andrew [...]



Marcus Bonfanti, The Brunswick, March Wednesday 4

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marcusbonfanti75    Hailed by many as the country’s finest Blues guitar singer, his 2012, 2013 and 2014 British Blues Awards suggest it’s not praise without merit. From 2008 debut “Hard Times” to 2013′s “Shake The Walls”, he’s been captivating audiences with his formidable voice, impeccable guitar technique and well-worn stock of tales. This one’s sure [...]



Dry The River, Concorde 2, March Tuesday 3

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drytheriver75The alternative indie-rockers sold out the Concorde last time round and now follow a great year, which saw them touring North America, main-staging both Reading and Leeds and sharing billing with the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club. With two well-received albums under their belts, a fantastic vocalist in Peter Liddle and a captivating stage presence, [...]



​Peepers installation, Royal Pavilion, until Sunday March 1

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peepers75​ Experience the Pavilion in a whole new light with the not-to-be-missed installation by artist Maisie Broadhead. Inspired by the scrutiny from society put forth to George IV during his reign, the work plays with our voyeuristic fascination at peering into other people’s lives and homes – particularly those of celebrities and royals. The work consists of [...]



Stewart Lee, Brighton Dome, February Friday 27 – Saturday 28

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stewart lee75    Remaining one of the most respected UK stand-ups of all time, the searingly caustic comic tours new material in advance of the next series of the brilliant Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. That his posters usually feature the scornful quotes of critics as opposed to the adulatory words of supporters speaks volumes to his [...]