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Guy Oddy

Articles By Guy Oddy

Get The Blessing, Hare & Hounds, Birmingham review – West Country cats lay down some jazzy sounds

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CD: Fat White Family - Serfs Up!

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Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Hare and Hounds, Birmingham review – Matt Baty’s crew make ears ring like church bells

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My Baby, Castle & Falcon, Birmingham review – the Dutch/Kiwi band start up the festival vibe early for 2019

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CD: The Underground Youth – Montage Images of Lust and Fear

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CD: Sleeper - The Modern Age

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CD: Deafkids - Metaprogramação

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CD: Du Blonde - Lung Bread for Daddy

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CD: Chaka Khan - Hello Happiness

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theartsdesk Q&A: Musician, writer and performance artist Cosey Fanni Tutti

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CD: Ian Brown - Ripples

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The Dandy Warhols, O2 Institute, Birmingham review - a silver jubilee jaunt with plenty of new tunes

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CD: MONO - Nowhere Now Here

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CD: The Dandy Warhols - Why You So Crazy

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CD: Venom - Storm the Gates

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Albums of the Year 2018: The Prodigy - No Tourists

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