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Filthy Lucre

DAVID HOLLAND gets filthy in the vaults. It’s confusing, but in a good way.

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Music To Shag To

DAVID HOLLAND: If music be the food of love, go forth and shag to good tunes.

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich

DAVID HOLLAND doesn’t dare to cough in case he interrupts this moving and excellent gig.

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Kate McGill

Senior Music Critic DAVID HOLLAND goes to Cafe Nero in his lunch break and enjoys the best concert he’s seen all year.

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Interview: Boy Mandeville

DAVID HOLLAND talks to local band BOY MANDEVILLE. Boobs, class A drugs and fire extinguishers may or may not be involved.

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Let’s Whisper and Tender Trap

DAVID HOLLAND checks out some girl pop in a pub.

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Trinity Hall June Event

DAVID HOLLAND ODs on OJ and struggles to hear Nero at Tit Hall’s June Event.

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The Sad Demise of Album Art

DAVID HOLLAND laments the demise of proper album artwork, after the release of the beautiful ‘The King Of Limbs’ got him thinking: will the music of this decade be remembered with the monochrome image of Adele scratching her head?

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Interview with a Vampire

‘Well my political career is over, so there’s no more dogging to be doing.’ DAVID HOLLAND steps into Paxo’s shoes to chat to everyone’s favourite question-dodger, MICHAEL HOWARD.

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Interpol

DAVID HOLLAND: “The gig was a little cold, even a little clinical, in whatever sense a rock concert can ever be these things.”

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Music Listings: Week 8

The Tab’s listings for the final week of Lent term.

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Music Listings: Week 5

The Tab’s Guide to a week of music.

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Feeder

DAVID HOLLAND reviews Feeder: ‘just a little bit better than ‘meh”.

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Music Listings: Week 4

Our music editors bring you week 4′s musical offerings.

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Music Listings: Week 3

The Tab’s listings of all things musical for the next 7 days.

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Interview: David Blunkett

‘Would you have protested if you were a student today?’ ‘Yes I would have.’ DAVID HOLLAND goes all John Humphreys on politician DAVID BLUNKETT.