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The Legacy of Richey Edwards: 26 Years Later

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains references to self harm and anorexia, which some readers may find distressing. On 1st February 1995, the Manic Street Preachers were preparing to start an American tour, promoting The Holy Bible. Early that morning, guitarist and lead songwriter Richey Edwards disappeared from the Embassy Hotel in London, never to be […]Read More

Top 10 Acts at Reading 2015

10) The Bulletproof Bomb For many people with music tastes similar to my own, The Bulletproof Bomb were the first band of the festival on our clashfinders. They played an early set on Friday at the Festival Republic Stage and provided possibly the best warm up for the rest of the festival one could have […]Read More

Here’s Why Alex Turner Has Trainwrecked The NME

In a desperate attempt to boost circulation, the New Musical Express – known worldwide as the NME – has announced plans to become a free sheet. What does this mean? Well, the clue is in the name: the publication will be freely distributed around stations, shops and universities around the UK, from September. This decision […]Read More