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The joy of Travelling
The Travelling Band's Adam Gorman on their chance to win a prize place at Glastonbury.more...
All hail the cider drinkers
TNS Records' Andy Davies on why he's taken up the role of label boss to help the rise of Manc punk.more...
Take That scoop Brit Award double
Take That take the trophies for Best Single for Shine and Best Live Act at the 2008 Brit Awards.more...
Tractor's slight return
Seminal 70s rockers Tractor reissue their albums after seeing the originals rocket on auction sites.more...
Red Deer on the road
Label supremo Dunk Le Chunk talks us through why the new Red Deer Club shows are so exciting!more...
Revealing the mystery man
Singer-songwriter Doug Walker discusses how a stroke of luck has shot him into the big time.more...
Rise of the teenage rappers
Meet MC Ste and DJ Senior, a pair of schoolkids who are ripping up the stage in Rochdale.more...
Travelling at the speed of Ting
Jules De Martino of The Ting Tings on playing live and how fast things are happening for the band.more...
Really saying something
Singer songwriter Rachael Kichenside discusses her new EP and getting played by Steve Lamacq.more...
Twisted Wheel join Columbia
Jagged Oldham indie rockers Twisted Wheel put pen to paper and sign for Columbia Records.more...
Amplifier plugged in again
As they prepare to debut their new tunes, front man Sel Balamir lets us into the Amplifier camp.more...
Elbow name The Seldom Seen Kid
Elbow have confirmed their new album, their first for three years, will be named The Seldom Seen Kidmore...
The Whip set for Destruction
The Whip are ready to put us out of our misery and release their debut album, X Marks Destruction.more...
Ting Tings still doing it their way
The Tings Tings continue to do things their own way by personalising every one of their new singles!more...
Take That lead Brit nominations
Take That could get one award per member after topping the nominations for the 2008 Brit Awards.more...
Cameron pays homage to The Smiths
Tory leader David Cameron is paying homage to his heroes, The Smiths, by visiting Salford Lads Club.more...
Sound of 2008: The Ting Tings...PREVIOUS
BBC News talk to The Ting Tings, who have come third in the BBC's Sound of 2008 new music poll.more...
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