Featuring music recorded at
Glastonbury, including the Killers. With Steve Lamacq. Plus reviews of live gigs from Imran Ahmed and Emma Johnston. And at 11.30 Danger! High Volume.
It might get rid of the blues, but does listening to loud music destroy your eardrums?
Steve Lamacq puts in his earplugs and sets out to investigate the hearing-loss epidemic that's fast becoming the UK music scene's last great taboo.
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