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Tom Griffiths

Sabotaging since 8 Aug 2012

Tom very occasionally gets the urge to write and, you know, thought he'd do it here. He spends an unwise amount of time listening to music and still spends too much money on vinyl even though his record player is currently broken. By day he has a proper job but by night he can mostly be found wondering around Hackney looking confused and / or intrigued..

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Music

Taking Back The Flag: How Britpop Made Us Proud To Be British

The last week has seen an outpouring of Britpop-related nostalgia. Here’s why it was so important, as Liam, Damon, Jarvis and the rest reclaimed faith in our national identity…

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Arcade Fire, Prince And R.E.M: Ten Acts Who Worked Under Pseudonyms

With a certain world-beating Montreal band playing London this week as The Reflektors, it got me thinking about the other bands who operated under different names…

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Manic Street Preachers At 100 Club – Still A Force To Be Reckoned With

Welsh band Manic Street Preachers are back stronger than ever, with new album Rewind The Film one of their best yet…

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Books

10 Things We’ve Learned From Neil Young’s New Autobiography

Shakey has finally put pen to paper to tell his story, and far from a re-hash of tired anecdotes it provdes new insight and vital knowledge for any fan of the legendary axe-man…

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Faceless Sense Of Void: Generation Terrorists At Twenty Years Old

The classic Manics album gets a well deserved 20th anniversary re-release today. It’s a masterpiece, and one of the most important records of my life…

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At The Drive-In Live Review: Proof That Punk And Psychadelia Can Co-Exist

Their tour was announced twelve years ago but never materialized. Until now. Post-hardcore legends At The Drive In are back and they are well worth the wait…

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‘Duquesne Whistle’ Isn’t Ground-Breaking, But It Is Classic Dylan

After his 2009 Christmas album, Bob Dylan had a lot to answer for, and whilst it isn’t anything other than Dylan-esque, it’s nice to hear from him again…

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