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Busy Wasting Time - The Ordinary Boys renowned for their infectious indie/ska/pop infusion have cracked it again with new single: Busy Wasting Time. Preston's vocals bounce along to a club Tropicana style beat with sounds of influences of Mod revival and Britpop somewhere in the mesh of it all which The Ordinary Boys have become...

Razorlight Confirm Line Up Change -

Razorlight have confirmed yet another change to their line up after a new photo leaked online.

Razorlight were always centred on Johnny Borrell. A man with an ego the size of a planet, the frontman simply hired Scandinavian session musicians in order to flesh out his early material.

Later becoming a...

Hard-Fi And More For Africa Express -

The bands appearing at this year's Africa Express night as part of the BBC Electric Proms have been announced.

Hard-Fi, Reverend And The Makers and Foals are just some of the bands who will be appearing alongside Baaba Maal, Toumani Diabate, Amadou and Mariam and Rachid Taha at KOKO on 22nd...

The Futureheads: The Chaos -

With Idlewild now out of the picture, it's time for another band to step up and claim the award for "most promising band stuck on auto-pilot". Something The Futureheads seem more than happy to do.

Now freed from the supposed constraints of record label politics (they've self-released their last two albums),...

The Dead 60s - The Dead 60s are about to usurp the reggae-meets-punk-meets-rock throne that the late great Joe Strummer left behind. From Liverpool, England in the United Kingdom, they comprise of Matt McManamon (Vocals, Guitar), Ben Gordon (Guitar, Organ), Charlie Turner (Bass Guitar), Bryan Johnson (Drums). Named after the saying 'Dead 60s...

Zutons Work On New Album -

Scouse pop wonders The Zutons are set to begin work on their new album, after being dropped by long term home Deltasonic.

The Zutons were part of a wave of groups who emerged from Liverpool. With The Coral breaking new ground, a whole host of bands both good and bad came...

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