tue 13/11/2018

Javi Fedrick

Articles By Javi Fedrick

CD: IDLES - Joy as an Act of Resistance

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CD: Interpol - Marauder

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CD: Breathe Panel - Breathe Panel

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Preoccupations, The Haunt, Brighton review - energetic set struggles to win over audience

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Courtney Barnett, Albert Hall, Manchester review - mesmerising indie-rock set

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra/Deerhunter, Albert Hall, Manchester review – New Zealanders and friends create festival vibe

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Pinkshinyultrablast, Band on the Wall, Manchester - glitch-pop madness from Russia’s finest

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CD: Gaz Coombes - World's Strongest Man

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CD: Eels - The Deconstruction

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Kendrick Lamar, Manchester Arena review - Kung-Fu Kenny sets the stage alight

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CD: The Go! Team - Semicircle

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Albums of the Year 2017: Idles - Brutalism

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Depeche Mode, Manchester Arena review - synth-pop gurus raise the spirits of thousands

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Protomartyr, Deaf Institute, Manchester review - post-punkers shake the room

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CD: Angel Olsen - Phases

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CD: Baxter Dury - Prince of Tears

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