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Interview: Brothers of the Sonic Cloth's Tad Doyle

Back with a new band, Brothers of the Sonic Cloth, and a new album in February, Seattle music legend Tad Doyle tells Harry Guerin about why, and how, he's cranking out the riffs again.

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  • Knight - Lawyer says incident was a "tragic accident" Rap mogul questioned after hit-and-run

    Rap mogul Marion 'Suge' Knight has handed himself in to police in Los Angeles after a hit-and-run incident in Compton that left one man dead and another injured.

  • Luke performing on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1968 TEN marks the anniversary of Luke Kelly's death

    Today is the 31st anniversary of Luke Kelly's death at the age of 43. We mark the passing of one of Ireland's greatest ever singers with this video tribute.

  • Tom Petty Tom Petty comments on Sam Smith royalties

    Tom Petty has released a statement commenting on the story this week that he had received royalties from Sam Smith.

  • At the Gates (Tomas Lindberg pictured) - Playing Dublin on Saturday night, January 31 Watch! Life on the road with At the Gates

    Ahead of their long-awaited Dublin show at the Academy on Saturday January 31, Swedish melodic death metal legends At the Gates have filmed a beautifully atmospheric video about life on tour for FreqsTV's Ghosts of the Road series - watch it here.

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  • Eithne Ní Uallacháin: a deeply sensitive interpreter of songs from the Irish tradition Eithne Ní Uallacháin Bilingua

    Eithne Ní Ualllacháin's untimely passing in 1999 deprived this country of one of its finest singers. Her first solo album is a brilliant legacy.

  • Hamburg '72 runs the gamut from sensual balladry to free-form histrionics and everything in between. Jarrett Haden Motian Hamburg '72

    Pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian assembled at Hamburg's NDR Funkhaus on a summer's night in 1972 to perform a bold, highly explorative set, which is now the matter of a new album.

  • Larking about on a Lambretta in 1960s Warsaw - that's Roman Polanski steering. Jazz in Polish Cinema

    Jazz in Polish Cinema - Out of the Underground 1958-1967 features four CDs and includes the score for Roman Polanski's 1962 classic, Knife in the Water.

Sleater Kinney - No Cities to Love

Back after an eight-year hiatus, Sleater Kinney lash out a ferocious and powerful statement of intent on their comeback album

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