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Inspired by the children's book Where the Wild Things Are, the aim of this London-based three-piece is to create music which is both narrative and profound.


Members of the band are multi-instrumentalists and it is made up of Andrew Davie, who plays guitar and provides vocals, drummer Kev Jones, who also sings, and Joey Haynes, who plays the banjo and provides

16:49 Mon 17 Aug 2015
Son Yambu It's been a rollercoaster of a year for Cuban band Son Yambu. As well as starting work on their second studio album, which is due out in the autumn, the Latin ensemble also recently took
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15:31 Mon 13 Jul 2015
Opera Opera Brava is performing at the Stubbings Festival of Opera for the first time this year. After many successful years of opera, Britain's leading outdoor touring opera company has been invited to perform two spectacular
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09:27 Wed 20 May 2015
ht Raised on a diet of 1920s jazz, Hailey Tuck wouldn't look out of place if she stepped on to the pages of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. Born in Texas, she discovered a love for
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14:19 Wed 22 Apr 2015
Sub89 A second date has been added for hip-hop superstar Snoop Dogg's live DJ set at Reading's Sub89 due to popular demand. The rapper will appear at the venue on Friday, May 22 as DJ Snoopadelic,
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16:30 Mon 03 Aug 2015
Amazons In April Reading boys the Amazons released their single, Junk Food Forever, which has caught the attention of Annie Mac and Huw Stephens on Radio 1, and been featured as XFM's Song of the Week.
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12:28 Thu 09 Jul 2015
Maccabees London boys the Maccabees burst on the scene in the mid-2000s and are one of the few bands to have ridden the crest of the indie-wave and kept going. They're back with their fourth album,
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09:00 Tue 12 May 2015
Patrick Olive Gearing up for their headline spot at the one-day music festival is a band whose success has spanned almost half a century, Hot Chocolate. They have played gigs all over the world, including one for
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11:55 Tue 21 Apr 2015
Reading Festival More than 60 new acts including alt-J, The Gaslight Anthem and Charlie XCX have been added to the line-up for Reading Festival 2015. The latest acts announcement also includes Palma Violets, Drenge, Against Me!, Twin
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