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Smash And Grab

Ex-Pumpkin head pulps up the volume with his reinvented gang of 'glamadelic' grungesters

Neko Case – Dingwalls, London

Acclaimed American songstress delivers

New York Glory

Jesse Malin THE BORDERLINE, LONDON TUESDAY JANUARY 21 2003 "Just wait til see you me with my fuckin' band, man," Jesse Malin had said backstage at the Royal Festival Hall, after opening solo and acoustic for Ryan Adams last November. And he wasn't kidding. He's flanked by two razor-sharp dudes who look like they walked out of a remake of West Side Story, but turn out to be bassist Johnny Pisano and guitarist Johnny Rocket. It may just be a trick of the light, but keyboardist Joe McGinty is sporting what looks suspiciously like a black eye.

The Mendoza Line – The Borderline, London

US indie quintet calm the country and blast the rock

Wayne’s World

All dressed up and somewhere to go—Oklahoma visionaries in resplendent spectacle

Andmoreagain…

Legendary creator of arguably the finest psychedelic album ever recorded makes a passionate return

While Guitars Gently Weep

East meets West as Clapton, Shankar, Jeff Lynne and both surviving Beatles celebrate the life of The Quiet One

Josh Pearson – Upstairs At The Spitz, London Wednesday December 4 2002

The real fired-up deal-Lift To Experience frontman's acoustic solo debut

Borderline Genius

The king of visionary Americana takes his place among rock's greats

Rebels With A Cause

Rock luminaries line up for old man Young's legendary annual benefit concerts for severely handicapped children
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