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Here in the UK, we were spoilt for choice with a series of performances from the likes of The Charlatans, Infadels and Roots Manuva televised throughout last week on Channel 4, BBC 6 Music dedicated an entire day to independent music and many of the broadsheets ran extensive features highlighting how important and influential the independent sector has been over the years.
Disappointman and chums’ quest for the meaning of love continues….this time with a ukulele soundtrack
Disapppointman and and chums get political…
This weekend marks 10 years since Maggie Day became CALM’s first ever fundraiser in memory of her son James…
“Nobody should feel too ashamed to talk, nobody should feel too proud to speak, and thankfully we have the Campaign Against Living Miserably here to help us if we ever feel like Simon did. “