The great wall chart of indie – C86 and 80’s jangly bands placed on wall chart
Interview: Steve Hackett talking premonitions
The Truth of Revolution, Brother: an exploration of punk philosophy – book review
It’s OK To Act Like A Fan You Know….
Hookworms/ The Fall: Green Man Festival 2015 – live review
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attempt to map C86 and jangly 80s indie on chart
Despite being constantly referred to as the ‘former Genesis guitarist’, Steve Hackett has forty years as a solo artist and a plethora of recorded material amassed behind him. Yet he’s not one to deny his past and his current tour which has just kicked off in Germany, celebrates not only his solo years but […]
The Truth of Revolution, Brother: a book about punk philosophy – the most inspirational book on punk as a force for good or the Crasstarfarian Bible?
Emerging from the boy band era we talk to Ricky Rebel about the lost art of glam rock, combining fashion with music and gender roles ahead of his new single Star
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They’ll fit in well if they can keep the quality of their songs as high as they have been doing
Though the idea of the singer/songwriter isn’t a new one, the refreshing thing about PJ Bond is he doesn’t pretend it is. Dave Beech caught up with him before he opened for Frank Turner in Manchester. There’s something inherently romantic about the image of the lone musician, they who leave behind their home in order to […]
Album Review Micko Westmoreland – Yours etc abc (Landline Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Out Now Thoroughly Modern Mod guitar stylings with great lyrics to rival the young Morrissey or Luke Haines? Ged Babey thinks so as he emails Micko to ask for a lyric sheet Micko is an actor and producer of movie soundtracks as well as a […]