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Guy Oddy

Articles By Guy Oddy

Thundercat, The Halls, Wolverhampton review - jazz-funk bassist lets loose

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Album: Sheryl Crow - Evolution

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Album: The Dandy Warhols - Rockmaker

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Album: Liam Gallagher John Squire - Liam Gallagher John Squire

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Album: Les Amazones d'Afrique - Musow Danse

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Album: The Telescopes - Growing Eyes Become String

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Album: The Loveless - Meet the Loveless

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Album: The Vaccines - Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations

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The Loveless, Castle & Falcon, Birmingham review - a proto-punk Xmas from Marc Almond’s new band

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Albums of the Year 2023: Lana Del Rabies - Strega Beata

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Album: Kate Rusby - Light Years

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Gogol Bordello, O2 Institute, Birmingham review - an incendiary performance by Eugene Hütz’ gang

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Album: Ghost Woman - Hindsight Is 50/50

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Sisters of Mercy, KK's Steel Mill, Wolverhampton review - Goth veterans return to the fray

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Death Cult, O2 Institute, Birmingham review - The Cult revisit their post-punk roots

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Album: Smoke Fairies - Carried in Sound

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