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Public Service Broadcasting, particularly by the BBC, is a wonderful thing (see last post) and Public Service Broadcasting are a wonderful band. We've been big fans for a few years in our house, watching them grow from a quirky indie band, to festival regulars (I happily missed Dolly Parton to catch them at Glastonbury) now ...

Blind1

I love the BBC. It’s a constant in my life, like a close friend, that I would find it hard to live without. Like a close friend, you don’t necessarily like everything they do but Public Service Broadcasting means it’s for everyone – so what I love you may hate and visa versa, which is ...

Drink

The Fulford Arms is a great little pub and with it being just around the corner from my cousin Diggers house, it would have been rude not to go and see a band as good as The Drink there. Tonight there were 3 great bands for the grand price of £6 - you can't beat ...

biscuits 4

Thursday night at the Chemic is open mic night with an invited band who do a full set. A bucket goes round to give the band a bit of cash but tonight Biscuithead and the Biscuit Badgers donated it all to the cloth cat organisation who've been close to closing due to a cut in ...

Burning hell2

The Burning Hell may sound like they should be on the cover of Kerrang, but they're actually an intelligent indie-folk band who's lyrics raise them way above the average band. Ariel Sharratt and Mathias Kom who make up the heart of the band, have a new LP of love songs called 'Don't believe the Hyperreal' ...