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Suede headlining at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow at Royal Concert Hall - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Monday 8th February 2016

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David Bowie Equals Elvis' Chart Record


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David Bowie has equaled Elvis Presley’s chart record as he continues to dominate the UK album chart, following his passing on January 10th. Bowie is still at the top this week with his final album Blackstar, but he also has a massive 11 more albums in the official top 40.

David BowieDavid Bowie is still dominating the UK album charts, with 12 entries in the top 40.

Blackstar is spending its third week in the top spot and is one of six Bowie releases in the top ten. At number three is Best of Bowie, Nothing Has Changed is at five, at nine is Hunky Dory and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is at 10.

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Radiohead And Suede To Headline Primavera Sound 2016


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The 2016 line-up for Primavera Sound in Barcelona has finally been announced, with the likes of Radiohead, Suede and Brian Wilson heading up the event this summer. It's the sixteenth edition of the festival, and is bringing a broader range of musical talent than ever before.

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Radiohead will be bringing a taste of their yet to be released upcoming album to not only Primavera, but also a string of shows later in the year in their first tour since 2012. They'll be joined by LCD Soundsystem making their big comeback with James Murphy, Brian Wilson performing the whole of 'Pet Sounds' and, of course, Suede who will be performing not one but two shows no doubt showcasing their latest album 'Night Thoughts', which is due to be released tomorrow (January 22nd 2016).

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Chay Suede - London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 - Burberry - Arrivals at London Fashion Week - London, United Kingdom - Monday 21st September 2015

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Suede - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived at the 2015 NME Awards which were held at the Brixton Academy in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 19th February 2015

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Suede - A host of stars were photographed as they arrived for the NME Awards which were held at the Brixton Academy in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 18th February 2015

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Isle of Wight Festival 2014 Review


If there's something to take away from this year's Isle of Wight Festival, it's probably sunburn. Unlike the mud bath of two years ago, 2014 will be remembered for serving up one of the hottest weekends I can remember for a festival, along with some crowd-pleasing performances. While not every act managed to capture their moment in the sun, all the major names delivered in spades.

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But it wasn't just the music that made the weekend for many; a real sense of celebration seemed to erupt across the site. Partly fuelled by anticipation over the World Cup and partly because of the good weather, thousands of smiling faces could be seen everywhere. Sunflowers seemed to be an essential festival accessory and many opted for as few clothes as possible with t-shirts looking like they'd gone out of fashion altogether. I've even had to make a note in my diary that it's international flip-flop day on June 20th, just one of the many things I learnt around Seaclose Park this year.

The highlight of Friday afternoon should have really been local boy Tom Odell on the main stage. But his piano led ballads took some time to win the crowd over despite his number 1 album 'Long Way Down'. By the time he'd finished though, the reaction showed that he'd justified his place on the main stage billing.

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Isle Of Wight Festival Set To Be A Scorcher [Pictures]


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The Isle of Wight Festival 2014 is underway and it’s looking like it’s set to be a scorcher of a weekend! The Met Office has forecasted dry and sunny weather with temperatures reaching 22°C.  British festival-goers will have their fingers crossed that this unusual weather carries on for the rest of festival season, although that may be seriously wishful thinking.  With Glastonbury right around the corner we can only hope that the typical torrential rain of festival season doesn't start to set in.

Isle of Wight Festival 2014 The party has been kicking off at the Isle of Wight Festival, with festival-goers enjoying the hot British weather [Photo: Getty Images, Credit: Ben A. Pruchnie]

Scheduled to appear tonight at the Isle of Wight Festival are big name acts Biffy Clyro, Calvin Harris, Rudimental, Tom Odell, Starsailer and Lawson, with Katy B appearing at the Big Top. The rest of the weekend is jam-packed acts including the eagerly awaited Red Hot Chili Peppers, who will take to the main stage on Saturday night. Saturday also belongs to Cher Lloyd, Dappy and The Pretty Reckless among other acts.

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Exit 2014 Announce Suede To Join The Main Stage Line Up

Posted on 15 May 2014

Exit 2014 Announce Suede To Join The Main Stage Line Up

Brett Anderson and Suede - Suede perform live at O2 Academy Leeds - Leeds, United Kingdom - Saturday 26th October 2013

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Suede - Nottingham Rock City 28th March 2013 Live Review 2013


Over two decades on from their last Nottingham date, though many things have changed in and around Suede just as much remains the same. 1992's show at the Nottingham polytechnic came before the departure of original lead guitarist Bernard Butler and the release of their self-titled debut full-length, but by then Brett Anderson's ragtag army had already amassed a cult following not dissimilar to their fellow proponents of buzz-saw guitars and glam imagery, the Manic Street Preachers. It was perhaps the beginning of the ascent in earnest of the band's first peak and, against all odds, their return twenty one years later could be the beginning of a second.

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For whilst the greatest reactions from the crowd are unsurprisingly garnered from the earlier selections of their back-catalogue, the punchy 'Animal Nitrate', bleary-eyed indie disco staple 'Beautiful Ones' and B-side 'Killing Of A Flashboy', 2013's "Bloodsports" has the consistency and swagger of their first trio of full-lengths and, more importantly, their live show retains the same vitality. Brett prowls the stage with an undeniable animal magnetism, a face increasingly like Stuart Pearce levied with child abuse charges but the moves of Elvis on the right kind of drugs. He swan-dives into the crowd on numerous occasions, encouraging the audience to take over vocals and reappearing each time with a shirt buttoned down further. 

Though surprisingly not sold-out, it is the crowd that makes the night almost as much as the band, equally adoring of new material such as the opening couplet of 'Barriers' and 'Snowblind' as the classics, and impressively attentive to the night's support, something which could never be said of the cult of their welsh counterparts. Here, of course, it helps that Kettering's Temples, a relentlessly pounding psychedelic force, are one of the country's best new bands. They approach late-sixties revisionism from a similar angle to Wolf People and Dungen but abstain from the wig-outs that often dilute their power, and on most nights they would steal the show.

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Suede Frontman Brett Anderson Reveals New Album Is 'Start To A New Chapter'


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Brett Anderson, the lead singer of the revitalised Brit-poppers Suede, admitted to the newspaper the Daily Star that the band's comeback album, Bloodsports, is more than a quick money maker as the band are now ready to take on the world once again as they have begun a 'new chapter' in their ongoing timeline. Anderson also discussed his once tattered relationship with Suede bandmate Bernard Butler and how all bonds between the band have been mended since they reformed in 2010 as they are now a stronger musical force than ever.

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Brett Anderson has ushered in a new chapter for the band

Bloodsports, which peaked at number No.10 in the UK album charts when it was released in March 2013, was considered by many to be a simple ploy by the band to jump back on the resurgent Brit-pop bandwagon rather than a chance to reinvent themselves for their old and for a new audience, but in the recent interview Anderson has made it relatively clear that the band are in this for more than just a few extra pounds to put in the bank. He told the paper of the bands new ambitions to pick up from where they left off, but making sure they leave behind all the unwanted rock and roll excess that proved so fatal to their experience in the 90's. He said, "We know our job is to play great shows, which seems unromantic and not very rock 'n' roll, but it means when we're on stage there's fireworks."

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A Week In Music, Suede Return With A New Album To Match Their Best, Vampire Weekend Release Unusual Double A Side, Beyonce Causes A Stir With 'Bow Down'


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Albums of Note... Tasked with the tricky mission of releasing an album that stood up to their back catalogue, after several years in the wilderness and a brief spell of time on the reunion circuit, Suede have finally released Bloodsports. Rather than opting for replicating one of their previous albums, they have amalgamated elements of all five of them.
They’ve not lost their distinctive, Bowie-obsessed sound and Suede will forever have one foot in the Britpop era but with Bloodsports they have achieved what few can manage: to come back after a lengthy hiatus, ties unsevered, water under the bridge and still get back to making a quality album and reclaiming their mark on the British landscape.“Bloodsports then, is exactly the album that Suede needed to make. It is loud, aggressive, uncompromising and absolutely, defiantly Suede. Nobody else could have written these songs. Suede have done the almost impossible task of simultaneously looking back at the past while planting a foot firmly into the future.”

Pitched somewhere between The Killers and the Kings of Leon, Cold War Kids have returned with much of the same kind of material that they showcased on their first album. Dear Miss Lonely Hearts is a little bit “Cold War Kids by numbers” and although they’re pretty adept at what they do, if they just stepped out of their comfort zone for a moment, they could surely achieve much greater heights.
The album's sure fire highlight is Jailbirds, a jaunty rocker, with a fat bass line and a noisy breakdown reminiscent of Queens of the Stone Age. This song offers something a little different and breaks the slight monotony of the rest of the album.

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Suede - Bloodsports Album Review


Having completed a triumphant reunion victory lap of festivals all over the world, and the re-release of their entire back catalogue in commendably comprehensive and extensive reissue packages, the legendary Suede inevitably had to get to the gritty business of making a new album to keep them from reunion limbo, playing the likes of Animal Nitrate, Trash, The Beautiful Ones and Saturday Night every night for the rest of their lives. You get the sense that having stared down the barrel of their past for a few years, Suede knew they had to make an album that could stand next to their best work, and there were reports coming from the studio that they had scrapped their first draft entirely and started again. We will never know how close we came to never even hearing Bloodsports but, thankfully, after an 11 year wait, Suede are back with new material.

Suede - Bloodsports Album Review

The question on my mind at least during the build-up to hearing Bloodsports was which direction Suede would go in. Would we get the spunky, trashy glamour of Coming Up, the gothic bombast and melodrama of Dog Man Star or even the cold, futuristic pop of the misfiring Head Music? The answer, it turns out, is that there are elements of all of Suede's five previous albums on show here but, mostly, Bloodsports is a confident rock album which is still recognisably, undeniably Suede.

You get the euphoric strains of Barriers, the angular swagger of Snowblind and the jubilant self-confidence of recent single It Starts And Ends With You. This is the most typically 'rock' Suede have sounded since Coming Up and it is a joy to hear them just letting rip in that classic Suede way.

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Suede, The Best Of Album Review


When Suede won the Mercury Prize with their 1993 self-titled debut it wouldn't have been bold to predict mega-stardom for them, but in amongst the Britpop bubble and member changes they didn't quite hit those heights. Having called it a day in 2003, the group reformed earlier this year and are currently touring Europe, leading up to a date at the O2 Arena in December.

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