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Glasgow helicopter crash: Fleet of 22 air ambulance and police aircraft grounded after fault discovered

Another Bond EC135 craft 'experienced defect that requires further technical investigation'

Fans of the Arctic Monkeys were left outraged after the hashtag #RIPAlexTurner started trending on Twitter.

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Fans of the Arctic Monkeys were left outraged after the hashtag #RIPAlexTurner started trending on Twitter.

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Crime scene personnel work at a crime scene in the Brooklyn section of New York. A man who had apparently been kicked out of a band fatally shot three of his bandmates and wounded a fourth

Yellow Dogs band shooting: Man 'kicked out of indie rock group' shoots band members with assault rifle and then himself

Police say one man, now thought to be an artist rather than a musician, survived attack and is stable in hospital

Phil Chevron of The Pogues

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Audio: Caught in the Net

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Video: Tracks from the Playlist

Watch the videos below to take in one of the tracks from this week's Playlist.

All over now: Thurston Moore (right) and Kim Gordon (left)

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Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon's marriage ended two years ago, taking Sonic Youth with it. Larry Ryan hears them and other members strike out on their own

Pixies perform in New York

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The Pixies without bassist Kim Deal should feel like a jam sandwich cream without the sugar-coated jam. The best bit is surely missing and with it the warmth and the evocative, breathy vocals the charismatic Deal provides.

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Indyplus music videos: Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys' fifth album, AM, has hit the top of the album charts. Watch music videos for the three of the tracks from the album below:

Teleman were among the eclectic mix of performers who braved yesterday's rain at Festival No.6

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