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Guy Oddy

Articles By Guy Oddy

KITE Festival, Kirtlington Park review - engaging speakers and tunes aplenty in the Oxfordshire countryside

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Album: The Utopia Strong - International Treasure

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Alice Cooper & The Cult, Resorts World Arena, Birmingham review - rock’n’roll veterans bring it on

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Album: Lettuce - Unify

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Album: Florence + the Machine - Dance Fever

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Spiritualized, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - a curate's egg of a show from Jason Pierce's space rockers

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Album: Trombone Shorty – Lifted

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10 Questions for Musician Jarboe

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Album: Spiritualized - Everything Was Beautiful

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Goldfrapp, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - crowd-pleasing nostalgia for the fans

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Mdou Moctar, Hare & Hounds, Birmingham review - Tuareg rock’n’rollers have their audience entranced

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Album: Wet Leg - Wet Leg

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Killing Joke, O2 Institute, Birmingham review – post-punk titans blow the roof off

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Wardruna, Symphony Hall, Birmingham review - Norwegian neo-pagans stage a triumphant return to the live arena

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Album: Cypress Hill - Back in Black

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Album: Black Doldrums - Dead Awake

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