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Dare To Hope – Bombardier Jones (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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They say that you can tell a lot about a person by the company that they keep. You can similarly tell a lot about a musician...

Circu5/Fassine double header Level 3, Swindon, 23rd April

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It seems to me that there are two sorts of people in this here parish. There are those who spend their time on-line moaning...

TC&I announce Naked Flames: Live at Swindon Arts Centre

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XTC co-frontman Colin Moulding and original XTC drummer Terry Chambers have announced their new TC&I album 'Naked Flames: Live at Swindon Arts Centre', which will be...

The Circu5 comes to a Railway Town

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Are you ready for an unforgettable night of rock, prog and freakish twists and turns – from three bands making big waves on the...

Mark Fisher returns with new XTC book

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From Mark Fisher, the editor of 'The XTC Bumper Book of Fun for Boys and Girls', comes a new musical exploration of one of the...

Hide Me In Your Spaceship – Big Tide (reviewed by Dave...

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If Liverpool is known for producing bands with the ability to produce exquisite music whilst not taking themselves too seriously from The Beatles to...

Cool Pop Thursday : Grass – XTC

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If for no other reason than I managed to unexpectedly get a ticket to last night's TC&I show at Swindon Art Centre here's a...

Scatter Me – TC&I

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I have posted this before but being that this site is based in Swindon, England, the home of TC&I and that having gathered a...

A quick chat with Colin Moulding

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Ahead of the upcoming run of TC&I shows at Swindon Arts Centre I managed to grab a quick chat with Colin Moulding about recent...

TC&I goes live

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Today saw the announcement of some long-awaited news for many. After a 36-year wait, XTC's COLIN MOULDING and TERRY CHAMBERS are announcing they will...

Mark Fisher and The XTC Bumper Book of Fun For Boys...

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We live in an information age. Actually we live in a too much information age, especially when it comes to knowing about your favourite...

T, C and me: A cup of tea and a chat...

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With the E.P. Great Aspirations seeing Colin Mounding and Terry Chambers musically reunited, we sat down for a chat about all things TC&I, past,...

Scene and Heard – CCXXIII : Scatter Me –  TC&I  (reviewed...

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There have been many songs about what Mr Shakespeare so eloquently refered to as “shuffling off this mortal coil” and it is part of...

Great Aspirations – TC&I (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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It is always difficult for musicians associated with a past name act to bring fresh music to the table without people trying to join...

The CIRCU5 comes to town: A chat with Steve Tilling

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As his long-awaited CIRCU5 album lands with a satisfying thud, I secured a ringside seat with Steve Tilling to get the inside scoop. Steve...

That Wave – Fassine (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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It initially seems like an odd step for my new, favourite purveyors of ultra-chic, hi-concept, cinematic, alt-pop to cover my home town’s most famous...

Humble Pie – Sergeant Buzfuz (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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In these times of descriptive hyperbole and overstatement it seems as if a day doesn’t go by without a “totally unique” band being wafted...

Constellation Prize – Cursor Major (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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It’s probably a phrase that has followed them around since it was levelled at their first release but “kookiness is next to godliness” might...