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Active Slaughter: Tomorrow’s Too Late – EP review"
Resurrected London activist political punks make an urgent call for action on 7 inches of vinyl.
The Self-Righteous Brothers – Is It Time The Gallaghers Stopped Swapping Statuses?"
We find it entertaining – the petulant squabbles, the concerning competitiveness, the fact we know deep down there’s even more concerning mutual appreciation – and we often find it oh so relatable. In recent times, there has perhaps been no set of siblings quite as stereotypical as the Gallaghers.
Don Letts – ten killer cuts from new reggae podcast"
Musical legend Don Letts has put together his new Reggae 45 podcast for Turtle Bay restaurants – get his selection of ten killer cuts from it for LTW here
Sextile: Albeit Living – Album Review"
Album Review Sextile – Albeit Living (Felte) CD/DL/Vinyl Out Now Despite a less than glowing review of their debut back in August 2015, LA trio Sextile sent Ged Babey their new album… the world is now ready for their synth-punk guitar-screamo he seems to think. When the opening track sounds like something halfway […]
Proto-Punk in ten songs : part 2"
Death were formed in Detroit by the Hackney brothers. They started out as a funk band, but after watching The Who perform, the brothers had an epiphany and started a rock band. This early funk influence may go some way to explaining how tight the band is: the rhythm is unstoppable. Politicians In My Eyes […]