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Enter Shikari

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Enter Shikari: Take to the Skies

Review by Mike Diver, Drowned in Sound, 2 April 2007

IT BEGINS with a shrill "SHIT!" and a choir of screams, but the thrill doesn't last: like riding even the most knuckle-whitening of rollercoasters, Enter ...

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Report by Robert Sandall, Prospect, August 2007

In recent years, the economics of pop music have been upended. The market for CDs has collapsed, and not even the rise of legal downloading ...

Enter Shikari: A Flash Flood of Colour

Review by John Calvert, Drowned in Sound, 9 January 2012

JESUS. WHERE DO YOU START with A Flash Flood Of Colour? Well let's try... at the start, all the way back to Korn's Jonathan Davies ...

Enter Shikari: Borderline, London

Live Review by Ian Gittins, The Guardian, 17 January 2012

IT'S HARD TO IMAGINE a less appealing musical template than sixth-form politics and bludgeoning metal riffs welded to cack-handed Skrillex-style electronic beats. It is therefore ...

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