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Voodoo And The Crypts – Vicious Underground | New Music

  Voodoo and the Crypts is a four-piece band from Brighton. They began their career at local grassroots venues before having a growing audience allowing them to play countrywide, and they have performed at UK festivals such as Truck, Y Not, Dot to Dot, Tramlines and Great Escape.   We can define them as a blend of 60’s psychedelia and[…]

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‘Peaky Blinders’ Writer Teases Potential Movie Based On The Series | TV News

  After the new season premiere announcement, the team behind the BBC show have spoken again about the possibility of a Peaky Blinders film being made.   The fifth season of the show about the notorious Shelby gangster family will premiere on Sunday, August 25 at 9 pm on BBC one. The first full trailer of the new series is[…]

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First Official ‘Peaky Blinders’ Festival To Take Place In Birmingham | TV News

  The first Peaky Blinders-themed festival will take place this September. The Legitimate Peaky Blinders Festival will be held in Birmingham, where the show is set, on 14-15 September.   The event will see 200 actors recreate Peaky Blinders scenes live in the historic streets, warehouses and factories of Digbeth.   There will be appearances from Peaky Blinders cast members[…]

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London Trio Cortes Announce London Date For September | Events

  “Towers” saw London trio, Cortes, first release with independent record label Ignition 45s through Ignition Records, the label kicking off the likes of Darlia, Pretty Vicious and Baby Strange. The main Ignition label, on the other hand, has released records from the likes of Primal Scream, Stereophonics and The Coral.   Written and recorded by the band in London,[…]

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West Of The Sun – Siberian Hysteria | Music Video

  West Of The Sun return with the video for latest single, “Siberian Hysteria”. The quintet self-produced the song alongside engineer, Shuta Shinoda, (Primal Scream, Spiritualised, and The Horrors) at Hackney Road Studios, in East London.   The song begins quite slow and foreboding but quickly builds into a fast and moody number. It slows down, again, full of indie,[…]

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