sun 29/05/2022

Guy Oddy

Articles By Guy Oddy

Albums of the Year 2021: Limiñanas / Garnier - De Película

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Album: Various Artists - A Damaged Christmas Gift For You

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Album: Madmess - Rebirth

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Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, The Mill, Birmingham review – Geordie rockers blow the roof off

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Album: Sunn O))) - Metta, Benevolence - BBC 6 Music: Live on the Invitation of Mary Anne Hobbs

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Album: Deap Vally - Marriage

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Jane Weaver, Hare & Hounds, Birmingham review – alt-popper struggles with lethargic audience

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Album: Susanna Hoffs - Bright Lights

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Album: New Age Doom & Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Lee 'Scratch' Perry’s Guide to the Universe

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Album: The Courettes - Back In Mono

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Album: Ministry - Moral Hygiene

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Imperial Wax, Dead Wax, Birmingham review - ex-Fall guys whip up a storm

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Barry Adamson: Up Above the City, Down Beneath the Stars review - the post-punk colossus spills his guts in a raw style

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Album: Public Service Broadcasting - Bright Magic

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Duran Duran, O2 Institute, Birmingham review – an intimate gig for the local megastars

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Album: Limiñanas / Garnier - De Película

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