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  • Best of Britpop

    Added on 4th June 2005 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    Best of Britpop

    Three members of the RawkStar team pick their all time favourite Britpop tracks. Who's going to win the Britpop battle this time? Will Oasis beat Blur or will some random 1-hit-wonder be top?

  • [Interview] New Rhodes: "We can't afford Class-A drugs"

    Added on 12th November 2004 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    [Interview] New Rhodes: "We can't afford Class-A drugs"

    New Rhodes, a four-piece band from Bristol, is perhaps not the best known band on the scene today. These four tender lads look as if they've just finished their GCSEs, let alone formed a proper, recording band! However, their debut single "I Wish I Was You" made it into the charts, and from there on life has been that little sweeter for New Rhodes.

  • [Interview] The Subways

    Added on 30th October 2004 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    [Interview] The Subways

    Over the past 6 months The Subways have been making their mark on the indie live circuit through supporting bands such as The Von Bondies, Stellastarr*, The Datsuns and Charlotte Hatherley.

  • It stands for popular, you know...

    Added on 15th October 2004 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    It stands for popular, you know...

    Feature courtesy of 'The Rope Technique'

    Today we're going to talk about pop music." The very mention of the word pop has probably got half of you running for the hills.

  • The curse of the Mercury Prize

    Added on 19th September 2004 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    The curse of the Mercury Prize

    Feature courtesy of 'The Rope Technique'

    Whether you see it as a great showcase for British music talent or a cynical "indie" take on the Brit Awards, it's undeniable that it's the biggest and most widely respected annual award in British Music.

  • The Career Killer?

    Added on 29th August 2004 | Share on Twitter Tweet | Share on Facebook Like |

    The Career Killer?

    Feature courtesy of 'The Rope Technique'

    It's an oft repeated warning, but it's nevertheless true that the music industry is a fickle business. Heroes can become zeroes, and today's superstars can become tomorrow's nobodies.

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