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On This Day In Music: The Verve Announced They Were...

Following a few hiccups since forming, The Verve hung up their boots (for what they said was the final time) on...

On This Day In Music: We Wish A Happy Birthday...

Birthday Boy, Ben Howard celebrates his 30th birthday today! The English singer songwriter was born in London in 1987 but was...

On This Day In Music: Damon Albarn Was Born

Birthday Boy Damon Albarn celebrates his 49th birthday today! The Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer was born on this day in...

Kasabian Announce Dublin Tour Date For Next Month

Kasabian revealed via Twitter today that they are set to play Dublin’s Olympia’s Theatre on Saturday, April 22nd - six days before their new album 'For Crying Out Loud' is released.

Alt-J Announce New Album Relaxer & Share New Song “3WW”

Alt-J have announced a new album called Relaxer, which is out June 9 via Canvasback Music. Relaxer is the follow-up to the band’s 2014 album, This Is All Yours. The announcement is accompanied by a new track called “3WW.” Check it out here. Their third album follows a string of successes surrounding their previous releases. Their debut album An Awesome Wave won the Mercury Music Prize in 2012. They were also nominated for three Brit Awards (British Breakthrough Act, British Album of the Year and British Group of the Year). This Is All Yours received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Music Album at the 57th Grammy Awards. During their 2015 tour, the band sold out Madison Square Garden.

Biffy Clyro Considering 10th Anniversary Show?

Biffy drummer Ben Johnston had a chat with NME ahead of Wednesday night’s BRIT awards and reflected on their recent charity gig. Johnston said that ‘it’s a good time to go back and revisit old material’.

Jason Segel Praises Glen Hansard

Ahead of Sunday’s ceremony, Hollywood’s Irish, and Irish-for-the-night celebrated the 12th annual Oscar Wilde Awards last night. The non-profit US–Ireland Alliance event was held at Bad Robot in Santa Monica, CA. Hosted by J.J Abrams, the evenings honorees included our own Ruth Negga, Martin Shorte, Zachary Quinto and Frames frontman, Glen Hansard.

Manic Street Preachers Want To Rock

Welsh rock band, Manic Street Preachers are currently working on a follow up to 2014’s Futurology - which was a massive success, selling about 20,000 copies in its first week and reaching No. 2 on the UK album chart.

Last Night’s NME Winners

The VO5 NME awards took place last night in London’s O2 Brixton Academy. Pop group Bastille opened the awards show with hit...

Kasabian’s New Album Name Leaked

Kasabian are set to release their sixth studio album this year. The Leicester crew recently shared a photo on their social media...