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THE FIRST OF THE LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 2021 LINEUP IS OUT WITH TAME IMPALA!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 2 Oct 2020 5:00 pm
Confirmed. Tickets are already on sale.

THE FIRST OF THE LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 2021 LINEUP IS OUT WITH TAME IMPALA!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Fri 2 Oct 2020 5:00 pm
Confirmed. Tickets are already on sale.

Why Radiohead are the Blackest white band of our times

Delivered... Daphne A Brooks | Scene | Fri 2 Oct 2020 10:00 am

Radiohead released Kid A 20 years ago today. It pointed a new direction for rock music – and mirrored radical Black art by imagining new spaces to live in amid a hostile world

Ask anyone who is the Blackest white rock band to emerge over the past 30 years, and my hunch is that few would say Radiohead.

The hypnotically wonky Oxfordshire quintet are lauded for intricate, challenging music that is now far from their grunge-era breakthrough. Their rapturous second album (1995’s The Bends) yoked together symphonic alt-rock melodies with even bigger feelings, and their post-prog-rock masterpiece OK Computer (1997) delivered darkly ominous late 20th-century dread about everything from rising neoliberal alienation to the coldness of technology. It prompted stop you in your tracks superlatives from critics, who became even more rapturous for the follow-up, Kid A, released 20 years ago today.

What makes Radiohead so radical are their deeply introspective other worlds, built as bulwarks against the tyrannies of everyday life

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Working Men’s Club review

Delivered... Dave Simpson | Scene | Fri 2 Oct 2020 9:00 am

(Heavenly)
The West Yorkshire band take the stark electronics of the post-punk scene and warm them with Detroit techno and Italian house – while addressing Andrew Neil with mischievous one-liners

The Golden Lion pub in Todmorden gives locals the chance to meet and talk about the high number of UFO sightings in the isolated West Yorkshire town. It’s also the centre of a thriving music scene, where 18-year-old Sydney Minsky-Sargeant’s band have undergone lineup changes to evolve from a guitar band into a New Order-type rock-electronic hybrid.

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