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Midnight Movement

This is the third instalment of Midnight Movement, a personal take on the attention-demanding club tracks being made, played and obeyed this month

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Music / News / 22.07.16

Stream Gucci Mane’s new album Everybody Looking now

Drake, Kanye West and Young Thug all have guest spots on Gucci’s first post-prison album…

Victor Frankowski

Latitude 2016
serves up another array of eclecticism

Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk 14 - 17 July
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Fresh Island carves its own niche in Croatia’s festival calendar

Novalja, Croatia 12 - 15 July
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Less is more at Farr

Bygrave Wood, Baldock 15 - 16 July
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In It For Life

Each month we plunge into the depths and return with a fistful of metal, grindcore, noise, thrash, punk and whatever else did damage to our ears

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Dinosaur Jr.:
Work it all out

The distinct sound that Dinosaur Jr. perfected in the mid-80s has informed innumerable bands since. James F Thompson catches up with a band whose momentum doesn’t ever look like slowing down

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Silver Waves

Silver Waves is the alias of frighteningly young Bristolian producer Dylan Mallet. His first EP…

© Photography by Khris Cowley for Here & Now (www.fb.com/wearehereandnow)

Love International picked up where Garden festival left off

Tisno, Croatia 29 - 6 July
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Machinedrum and Braille Collude as Sepalcure

Combining brains can be the most fruitful way of creating music distinct from your own. When Braille and Machinedrum come together it’s magic

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Reconstructing the club:
fabric at Lovebox

This weekend fabric’s room 1 is being reconstructed in a London park for Lovebox. We spoke to the club’s founders, residents and more to find out how

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Sunfall make good on their promises to London

Brockwell Park, London 9 July
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It’s a Wonderful Life: The Sad and Beautiful World of Sparklehorse

Filmmakers Bobby Dass and Alex Crowther sat down with us to talk about their new documentary – a loving portrait of doomed singer Mark Linkous

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