Three 13-year-olds arrested over Belfast rioting

Three 13-year-old boys are among several youths charged for taking part in loyalist riots in Belfast. The teens were arrested during disturbances on Friday and Saturday against new restrictions on flying the Union Flag.

IoS album review: Green Day, Tre! (Reprise)

Tre! is the third instalment of a trilogy which has been overshadowed by singer Billie Joe Armstrong’s descent into Drug Hell.

Kele Okereke of Bloc Party at Xfm's Winter Wonderland concert at the O2 Apollo Manchester

Bloc Party, Maximo Park, Everything Everything, Delphic, Spector and Findlay, Xfm Winter Wonderland, Apollo, Manchester

Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke is in fittingly combative mood, given how he has bulked up during his band’s three-year hiatus.

Album: Mavrika, Mavrika (Psolista)

This London-based band have taken the traditional Greek underground form, rembetika, and subtly overlaid contemporary blues and rock influences.

Crystal Castles
'The Punk Muse' - a coverline on rock magazine 'Fusion', circa 1970, provides one of the earliest examples of the usage of the term punk contextualised within music culture

To DIY for: Punk fanzines were as fast and furious as the music

The influence of punk can be seen everywhere, from Primark T-shirts to the font choices of wannabe-hip advertising. But while its sound and style, once a middle finger to society, now runs throughout pop culture, there is one element that has proven particularly galvanising: that do-it-yourself attitude.

Caught in the Net: Flying Lotus gets ready to soar again

Until the Quiet Comes, the new album from Flying Lotus, arrives on 1 October.

Stealing Sheep, Madame JoJo’s, London

Seeing various musicians carefully arrange flute and tambourine, tune mandolin and ensure the core band members' mics can be heard, you would be forgiven for thinking this Scouse trio are preparing to take us up country for some acid folk.

Fizzy, grungy flower-pop: The Dum Dum Girls
Fergus and Geronimo

Album: Broadcaster featuring Peggy Seeger Folksploitation (Red Grape)

There's a burgeoning Scottish tradition of roots remixing thanks to the pioneering work of the late Martyn Bennett, but it's rarely done as smoothly as Folksploitation, on which Broadcaster recontextualises old folk performances by Peggy Seeger, with a strong reggae flavour reminiscent of Little Axe's remixes of blues material.

Run Wild, By Boff Whalley

From anarchist pop star to free runner: a musical maverick celebrates sport without sponsors

Album: Joe Jackson, The Duke (Ear Music)

In his Eighties pomp, Jackson contributed a superb arrangement of "Round Midnight" to a Thelonious Monk tribute album, but this new homage to Ellington works as superior adult-pop rather than jazz.

Bloody Sunday murder probe 'may take years'

A murder inquiry into the Bloody Sunday killings 40 years ago in Northern Ireland could take four years, police warned.

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