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  1. Words: Ellie Ward

    Ahead of their Glastonbury set on the Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 23), The xx also unveiled a new deluxe edition of their recent third album 'I See You'.

    You can catch up with three tracks, 'Brave For You', 'Naïve' and 'Seasons Run' below, along with their Glastonbury set which you can stream online in full via the BBC site here.











  2. Words: Ellie Ward

    Catch the saucy video groove to
    Manchester's psych-blues blasters Sauce's latest single 'Love Shocks', filmed by Matt Beckwith.

    And if you're in Manchester tonight (June 24), check them out at The Castle with Generation + Sugar. All proceeds from the night going to the support funds for the Manchester and London attacks victims.




  3. Blossoms took to Glastonbury Festival's Pyramid Stage last night (June 23) to treat the capacity crowd to some of their best-loved songs, from 'At Most A Kiss' and 'Blow' to their runaway hit 'Charlemagne'.

    Watch opener above.

    Blossoms setlist:

    At Most a Kiss
    Blow
    Getaway
    Honey Sweet
    Texia
    Blown Rose
    My Favourite Room
    Deep Grass
    This Moment
    Charlemagne



  4. Radiohead's 24-song headlining set on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage last night (June 23) seems to have divided opinion, on Twitter at least, with their third festival appearance there being variously described as the best thing ever, to boring dross.

    Check out the full set - from opener ‘Daydreaming’ from last year’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ album to finishing on 'Creep' and ‘Karma Police’ - and decide for yourself.

    Radiohead setlist:

    Daydreaming
    Lucky
    Ful Stop
    Airbag
    15 Step
    Myxomatosis
    Exit Music (for a Film)
    Pyramid Song
    Everything in Its Right Place
    Let Down
    Bloom
    Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
    Idioteque
    You and Whose Army?
    There There
    Bodysnatchers
    Street Spirit (Fade Out)
    No Surprises
    Nude
    2 + 2 = 5
    Paranoid Android
    Fake Plastic Trees
    Lotus Flower
    Creep
    Karma Police



  5. Words: Ellie Ward

    You can't do much better for a debut single than have it produced by Luke Smith (Foals), - at Miloco Studios in London - mixed by Ben Baptie (Adele, The Strokes) and mastered by John Davis (Haim).

    The Georgia-based Drury Brothers have done just that with 'Day In Day Out', released earlier this month. Led by 24-year-old identical twin brothers Dalton (vocals) and Adam (guitar) Drury (joined by Roman - son of Aerosmith's Joe - Perry on rhythm guitar, Wade Beahm, bass, and drummer Skyler Black), and inspired by the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones, The Drury Brothers craft pop-friendly melodies and youthful lyrical themes with foot-tapping rock 'n' roll.

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