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Bad Touch Are Ready To Get It On Across The UK

As Bad Touch gear up for a headline UK tour and their latest single has been released and features on our November playlist. Baby Get It On features vocals by Mollie Marriott, who is also the special guest for the band’s upcoming shows, which kicks off at Corporation in Sheffield on the 9th of November. The song, written by Ike Turner, originally appeared as a duet with Tina Turner on her 1975 solo album Acid Queen. The new version was recorded at Decoy Studios and mastered at Abbey Road Studios. “We’re excited to be taking to the road in November...

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The Streets Reform For “One-Off” 2018 Tour

Mike Skinner and The Streets have today announced a very special one-off UK tour The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light for April 2018. He will perform six dates across the UK including two huge shows at London O2 Academy Brixton. Making his highly anticipated return to the live music circuit The Streets will perform all the greatest hits from his extensive back catalogue of iconic albums including The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living, Everything is Borrowed, Computers and Blues, A Grand Don’t Come For Free and Original Pirate Material Having last toured back in 2011 with the...

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Mastodon Breathing Steam Into A Cold Dark Place

Mastodon aren’t relaxing in the run-up to their December UK tour. Last week they released the video for their latest single, Steambreather. Last night they appeared in the season finale of Game Of Thrones. And today they announce Cold Dark Place, a new EP featuring four previously unreleased songs. Filmed in London by the husband and wife team of Essy May and Stevie Gee, the Steambreather video examines what happens when a disparate group of people accept an invitation to examine “The Breath of Life – Release Your Inner Self”. Taken from Emperor of Sand, their eighth studio album...

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Robert Plant’s Tour Will Carry Fire

Rock legend Robert Plant returns to one of Britain’s most iconic venues this December for his first Royal Albert Hall show in four years. The electrifying former Led Zeppelin vocalist, now an accomplished solo performer, will be performing songs from his forthcoming album, Carry Fire, along with hits and rarities, at his one-off Hall date on Friday 8 December. His band, The Sensational Space Shifters, will include Seth Lakeman, who features on three of the album’s tracks, playing viola and fiddle. Lucy Noble, Artistic Director at the Royal Albert Hall, said: “Perhaps the most electrifying 15 minutes at the...

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Apocalyptica Plays Metallica By Four Cellos Across The UK

Apocalyptica, the Finnish band known for their cello-based take on metal and hard rock, are returning to the UK in early 2018 to continue celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Plays Metallica By Four Cellos. When the group released the LP in May 1996, the graduates of the prestigious Sibelius Academy added a new twist to the genre. Their unique, instrumental approach to some of Metallica’s biggest songs, including Enter Sandman and Master Of Puppets, paved the way for a career that’s seen the classically trained musicians release seven more studio LPs and amass sales of over...

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Vision: Alison Moyet, The Rarest Birds

Alison Moyet unveils the video for The Rarest Birds, the second single to be taken from her much-praised album Other. Filmed in her beloved hometown of Brighton and directed by award-winning photographer and videographer Steve Gullick, the video explores themes of diversity and acceptance. “The Rarest Birds is a paean to LGBTQ, to Brighton, to coming out after the darkest nights into the arms of those that delight in your flight. From me to you,” Alison told Rockshot Magazine A long-time advocate of Equal Rights and a patron of the charity, Diversity Role Models, Alison celebrates her LGBTQ friends,...

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Rock Show: Joe Bonamassa Returns March 2018

Following Joe Bonamassa’s successful tour including two sold out concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall in April 2017, the celebrated blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter, is pleased to announce that he will return to the UK in March 2018 to perform seven concerts. Dates include Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (March 9), Manchester Arena (March 10), Carlisle Sands Centre (March 11), Aberdeen GE Oil & Gas Centre (March 13), Gateshead Sage (March 14), Birmingham Genting Arena (March 16) and Brighton Centre (March 17). Tickets for all seven Joe Bonamassa March 2018 UK concerts will be available via a 72-hour ticket pre-sale from www.planetrock.com from 9am on Tuesday 11th July 2017. Tickets will then go on general sale at 9am on Friday 14th July from www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.jbonamassa.com/tour-dates. The March 2018 UK tour will feature...

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VISION: CAGE THE ELEPHANT, WHOLE WIDE WORLD

Cage The Elephant reveal a taster of their new Unpeeled album with a video for Whole Wide World. The live performance video gives fans an idea of what to expect on the band’s upcoming first ‘unplugged’ show in the UK. The Grammy Award-winning act will be playing an unusually intimate show in London in July, with a stripped down arrangement, including a string quartet. Unpeeled will be avaiable from 28 July via RCA Records. The new album was recorded live across various US cities. It features 21 tracks, mostly reworkings of previously recorded songs, plus three cover versions, including...

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Guns N’ Roses Reunion Tour: Everything You Need to Know

Guns N’ Roses Reunion Tour: Everything You Need to Know We thought it would never happen, but Guns N’ Roses is not only back together but they’re keeping busy taking the world by storm. That’s right: Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, and Slash are on speaking terms again and blowing minds of fans spanning the globe. UK fans can finally get a load of all the action at the band’s two shows in London Stadium this month. Here’s a bit of what you can expect from the aptly named Not In This Lifetime tour this year. Not In This Lifetime: The...

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Vision: KT Tunstall, Maybe Its A Good Thing.

KT Tunstall has unveiled the video for Maybe It’s A Good Thing, the new single from her latest album KIN released September 9th on Virgin EMI. The track shows KT in top form: a moment in life captured in a bright, powerful pop song with an irresistible and unforgettable melody which is echoed by this striking, vibrant video. Produced by Tony Hoffer (Beck, Belle and Sebastian), and written by KT in LA, KIN exemplifies the very best of guitar pop. The diverse collection also includes a duet called Two Way with KT fan James Bay. KT had considered stopping producing album...

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LIve Review: OFF! @ Oslo.

The annual Rockshot party at Oslo got off to a bad start, illness, flooded flats and literally a lack of spark. Those of us that did make it were in for a real experience. OFF! are one of those bands who have to be tried out at least once in a lifetime, just so you can say I was there. Long term live partners Cerebral Ballzy shattered the Oslo bar reverence and skateboard punked through their very early set. Lens-man Dmitry turned up ready for the off of OFF! (always wanted to say that) and fought his way to...

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