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Fuck Buttons

Fuck Buttons image provided by Last.fm Biography from Last.fm

Fuck Buttons are Andrew Hung and Benjamin John Power, a two-piece experimental group based in London, England, UK.

Formed in late 2004 and signed to ATP Recordings, releasing the Bright Tomorrow b/w "Little Bloody Shoulder" 7" single during the fall of 2007. They released their first album Street Horrrsing in 2008 and received widespread acclaim.

Their second album Tarot Sport was released in 2009. "The album Tarot Sport is one of unbound possibility and lucid cohesion; a cerebral pilgrimage that refines Read more on Last.fm

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Thrash Hits Editors’ Albums of 2013 – Raziq Rauf + Hugh Platt

December 11th, 2013

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Due to the fact Raz and Hugh run things at Thrash Hits, their opinions are the most important. Yes there’s an overall TH Top 20 Albums of 2013 and there’s a list of the individual contributors’ favourite albums, but their opinions are also the most correct. That’s why they’ve got their own post where they can explain their own favourite albums of 2013 without being sullied by democracy.

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Reading Festival 2013 in review (+ some photos)

August 28th, 2013

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Reading Festival is a great festival. We go every year. We get drunk and we see as many bands as is feasibly, possibly doable. Occasionally, we remain lucid enough to actually take note of what’s going on around us and it’s at those moments that we made mental notes that we forget.

Anyhow, here are some things that happened that we’re going to talk about. Some of it is directly about bands but some of it might seem like constructive criticism that we should probably send straight to the promoter for him to ignore completely. We prefer it when you ignore us completely, so here goes.

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Top 6 bands you have to see at Reading & Leeds Festival 2013

August 21st, 2013

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There are well over 250 bands performing over the August Bank Holiday weekend in both Reading and Leeds with dozens of comedians and DJs on top. That’s a lot of stuff to see and if you’re going to either site, you’ve only got a limited amount of time to see a maximum of ten or so bands per day. To help you out, here are a few Thrash Hits tips. Thrash Tips? Sorry.

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