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This year marks the 40th anniversary of Paul Weller's first album, In The City, which he released with The Jam in May 1977.

Fusing hip-hop with classical music, coining the term HipHopera, Josephine and the Artizans will join the line up on Sunday 9th July at the Priory Park Festival, in Chichester.

Reinforcing its commitment to supporting emerging talent, as well as the next generation of music industry professionals – music talent development organisation and charity Urban Development has announced the line-up for its Industry Takeover Showcase and Seminar at this year’s The Great Escape festival in Brighton, on Friday 19th May 2017.

John Lennon's musical career is littered with many-a barbed confessional and an equal amount of love strewn ballads. He was a complicated man. Both a lover and a fighter.

After instantly selling out their UK tour within a matter of minutes, electro pioneers Kraftwerk  will be at the Brighton Centre, next month.

Feist's first album in six years reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at its core a study on self-awareness. 

The Unthanks release what has been their most difficult album to make so far, and yet they feel is also their possibly their best to date, thanks to not one but two Drakes, neither of whom are Nick…! 

I was a Dodson and Fogg virgin until the Down At The Beach EP landed in my inbox. I am, in contrast, a long-time fan of the EP's creator, Chris Wade. He's written a wealth of book and magazine titles; the contents of which both inform and entertain. 

Byline Festival launches at Pippingford Park, East Sussex, this summer, offering festivalgoers a unique opportunity to recapture the spirit of festivals when they had a sense of purpose. It is for everyone who doesn't want to take Trump, fake news or alternative truth lying down.

Next month, May 2017, marks Chris T-T's 20th anniversary making music. The same week in 1997 that Tony Blair came to power, Chris moved to London and before the end of May he’d played his first solo gigs (Chris that is, not Tony) and self-released his debut 7” single.  

You hear it all the time: 'Bands these days have got nothing to say' .. 'It's not like it was in my day' .. 'Where are the voices of today's generation?'

Edgar William Jones, also known as Edgar Summertyme, is an English singer-songwriter and musician who was originally the bass player and singer-songwriter for the Stairs and has since formed and fronted the Isrites, The Big Kids, Edgar Jones & the Joneses and Free Peace. 

It was fifty years ago this June when The Beatles' John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr ushered in the Summer of Love with Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

It's hard to believe Wheatus' debut album is seventeen years old this year.

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