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Live4ever’s Best Of 2010s: The Tracks 50-26

Posted on 26 Aug 2019 at 6:52am

It’s the summer Bank Holiday in the UK today, and with mighty fine weather greeting it for once here we’ve got part one of a playlist which might just add to the soundtrack for today’s activities.

50 of the best tracks to have been featured on Live4ever during the past decade have been picked out, this first installment featuring the likes of Alabama Shakes, Shame, Arctic Monkeys, Skepta and PJ Harvey.

Check out the videos below, and stay tuned for 25-1 a little later today.

Live4ever’s Best Of…2015: The Top Indie Music Tracks

Posted on 09 Dec 2015 at 6:29am

Through the New Music Guide, reviews, Presents features, playlists and videos, it’s been another twelve months when Live4ever has showcased hundreds of breaking bands, artists and brand new songs on our pages.

Here, Live4ever editor Dave Smith has been back through the extensive 2015 archives to pick out some of the very best Indie music tracks which have registered on our radar during that period, focusing on the standout New Music Guide highlights that you’ll perhaps be sampling for the first time, as well as one or two more established anthems which have been dominating our Spotify Stereo and which you can enjoy again before the festive celebrations really get into swing!

Keep a look out for a special end of year interview with the act we placed at #1 on the rundown also coming up today. For now though, without further ado, let the tunes do the talking…

Review: Mike Garry & Joe Duddell – ‘St Anthony: An Ode To Anthony H Wilson’

Posted on 07 Sep 2015 at 6:38am

The mere existence of this record says almost as much about Tony Wilson (or Anthony H Wilson as he preferred to be known once he decided to be a self confessed “flash twat” in the 90s), as the beautifully crafted ode to his life it contains.

Wilson was, and took great relish in being, an enigma.

A man who often seemed as wise as he was naive. Someone mercilessly ambitious to achieve his goals, without ever quite grasping exactly what they were. Often fortune, often fame, often legacy, he seemed to often court derision.

Yet his importance within British culture can never be under-estimated.



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