The Maccabees

The Best Albums of 2012 30-21

Joel Durston | Posted 18.02.2013 | UK Entertainment
Joel Durston

At the ripe old age of 63, Bruce Springsteen returned (if indeed he ever left) for his seventeenth album this year, a massive Hyde Park show, and a lot of campaigning for Obama's re-election. For a man who almost self-parodically sings of the hard-working heart and soul of America, he could certainly never be accused of not practising what he preaches.

Live Review - Little Noise Sessions - Jessie Ware, Jamie N Commons and The Maccabees

Carly Wilford | Posted 28.01.2013 | UK Entertainment
Carly Wilford

It's always a pleasure to go to a gig that has been put on of for a deeper reason. Mencap sessions curated by ambassador Jo Whiley bought alive St John in Hackney Church. Incredible line-ups with today's most eclectic artists, from Ollie Murs and Gary Barlow, Amy Macdonald and Lucy Rose right through to Noah and The Whale and Richard Hawley.

Albums Of The Year 2012

Raj Bains | Posted 06.01.2013 | UK Entertainment
Raj Bains

By writing, recording and producing the majority of both albums, Kevin Parker is beginning to make a bit of a name for himself, and quite rightly so. Expect driving psychedelic rock, progressive songwriting and festival spotlight stealing sets throughout the summer.

Dancing to the Devil's Drum: Joe Eszterhas vs Mel Gibson

Ian Armer | Posted 20.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Ian Armer

Mel Gibson makes a sage point. Eszterhas did indeed know (according to Crossbearer) that Gibson was 'a raving anti-Semite' who had sabotaged his own movie and ruined Joe's profoundly religious feelings towards the film. So, why did Joe Eszterhas take the plunge to work with Gibson? Why dance to the devil's drum?