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Rebellion Festival postponed until 2022

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That damn virus has kyboshed Rebellion punk festival again for another year. Lets wait on for 2022    

Stewart Lee, mclusky, Willie J Healey, TV Priest play online fundraiser...

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IDLES bassist Adam ‘Dev’ Devonshire has organised an online event in aid of the charity Gig Buddies that matches adults with learning disabilities with a volunteer who shares the same...

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation – album and film review

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace) Album and Concert Film LP | CD...

Things we didn’t know a month ago: April 2021

Keith Goldhanger provides some more crazy new music that came his way during April...
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New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation – album and film review

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace) Album...

Things we didn’t know a month ago: April 2021

Keith Goldhanger provides some more crazy new music that...

The Mighty Mighty BossToneS: When God Was Great – Album review

The Mighty Mighty BossToneS - When God Was Great...

Rebellion Festival postponed until 2022

That damn virus has kyboshed Rebellion punk festival again...

Van Morrison: Latest Record Project, Volume 1 – album review

Van Morrison Latest Record Project: Volume 1 Exile/BMG 7 May 2021 (all...

Interview: Private Function – Australia’s latest party-punk heroes

Private Function are Australia's latest hard rocking rocket-fuelled party...

Stewart Lee, mclusky, Willie J Healey, TV Priest play online fundraiser for Gig Buddies

IDLES bassist Adam ‘Dev’ Devonshire has organised an online event in aid of the...

Haggard Cat drop a surprise EP and head out on tour – news

Haggard Cat are releasing a surprise 10" EP and...

Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills – single review

Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills (Self Released) DL and Streaming...

HYMNS: Reset – EP review

HYMNS: Reset EP (Self Released) DL and Streaming Out Now London based...

ALBUM REVIEWS

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation – album and film review

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace) Album and Concert Film LP | CD...

The Mighty Mighty BossToneS: When God Was Great – Album review

The Mighty Mighty BossToneS - When God Was Great (Hellcat) LP/CD/DL/Stream Out 7th May Boston's perennial kings...

Van Morrison: Latest Record Project, Volume 1 – album review

Van Morrison Latest Record Project: Volume 1 Exile/BMG 7 May 2021 (all formats) Van Morrison is in fine...

The Brainiac 5: Another Time, Another Dimension – album review

The Brainiac 5: Another Time, Another Dimension (Reckless Records) CD | DL Released 7 May 2021 Compilation album...

The Chills: Scatterbrain – album review

The Chills: Scatterbrain (Fire Records) LP | CD | DL Released May 14th 2021 BUY HERE For over forty...

Penya: Penya – album review

Penya: Penya Liminal Recordings LP | DL Released 7th May 2021 Pre-order from Bandcamp   Penya's second album is a...

Sons Of Kemet: Black To The Future – album review

Sons Of Kemet: Black To The Future (Impulse) LP|CD|DL Released 14th May 2021 Pre-order from Sister Ray   Ferocious and...

The Lucid Dream: The Deep End – album review

The Lucid Dream: The Deep End (Holy Are You Recordings) All formats Out now All four of The...

FESTIVALS

Victorious Festival Announces 2021 Headliners

Madness, The Streets and Royal Blood set to Headline Southsea's Victorious Festival this August.

Standon Calling 2021 – festival preview

Standon Calling have announced the first wave of bands for this year’s three-day event in the fields of Lordship Standon in Hertfordshire. Keith Goldhanger...

Photo Reviews

Stereophonics: Manchester Arena – live photo review

Stereophonics Manchester Arena March 13th 2019 Louder Than War photographer Michael Bond, captured Stereophonics on the Manchester leg of their European tour, promoting their 11th studio album...

Nasty Cherry: Manchester Academy 3 – live review

Nasty Cherry | Noisy MancesterAcademy 29th February 2020 Cazz Blase and Melanie Smith witness Nasty Cherry’s turbocharged Manchester debut. A far cry from the howling wind and...

Book Reviews

Excavate! The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall — book review

Excavate! The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall Edited by Tessa Norton & Bob Stanley Faber Published 1 April 2021 This is not a book about The...

Revel & Revolt by Beau Patrick Coulon: photography book review

Revel & Revolt By Beau Patrick Coulon Burn Barrel Press & DNO 12 April 2021 New Orleans captured at play and protest. Revel and Revolt is a selection...

LIVE REVIEWS

Laura Secord: Kex Hostel, Reykjavik – live review

Laura Secord | BSÍ | MSEA | Dreymandi Hundur Kex Hostel, Reykjavik April 22nd 2021 Amidst ever-changing rules imposed by the pandemic, live music in...

Tame Impala – InnerSpeaker Live From Wave House: live review

The Wave House Studio, Perth April 21st 2021 Modern psychedelia stylists performed a wistful live set at Wave House, the Yallingup-based studio -...

The Cure : retro live review : Leicester 1981 – 40 years since we saw the band move into the future

The Cure Leicester De Montford Hall May 11th 1981 Live Review  It feels strange that something that once felt so much like the future is now part of...

The Charlatans and Guests: The North Will Rise Again – live review

The Charlatans | IST IST | LIINES. Gorilla, Manchester Sunday 28th March 2021 If someone had told us that one day all gig venues would be closed,...

Alex Maas: Levitation Session, 27 March 2021 – live review

Throughout the last year, Levitation have taken some of the best psych-garage bands around and recorded live sessions in places that really bring out...

Band Of Holy Joy: Gallery 46, London – live stream review

Band Of Holy Joy London, Gallery 46 24 -27 February Band Of Holy Joy stage an event with a sense of occasion that emerges out of the...

INTERVIEWS

Interview: Private Function – Australia’s latest party-punk heroes

Private Function are Australia's latest hard rocking rocket-fuelled party punks. In their home country, they've outsold Metallica (kind of), released an album with hidden...

Editing a Poly Styrene Picture: An Interview with Xanna Ward Dixon

By now, I hope you’ve had a chance to see the incredible new documentary Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché. The film was years...

JJ Burnel : The John Robb interview : JJ on the upcoming ‘grown up’ album, Dave Greenfield and how to grow up creatively

It's been a tumultuous year for everybody and maybe even more so for one of the classic UK bands, The Stranglers. The tragic death of...

Interview: Listen Up Music

Meet Listen Up Music, the all-encompassing music brand producing podcasts, playlists, gigs and promotions…and it all started with a gift of DJ decks. Sam...

NEW ARTISTS

Things we didn’t know a month ago: April 2021

Keith Goldhanger provides some more crazy new music that came his way during April 2021. April 2021 and the beer gardens are open again, E-mails...

HYMNS: Reset – EP review

HYMNS: Reset EP (Self Released) DL and Streaming Out Now London based alternative rockers HYMNS have just self-released their Reset EP for download and streaming. The band, consisting of...

Knomad Spock: Winter of Discontent – album review

Knomad Spock: Winter of Discontent (Hinterland Creative) DL and Streaming now Buy limited edition vinyl here British/Somali poet, rapper and neofolk singer-songwriter Knomad Spock releases his debut album...

Auld Spells: I Want You Back / Another Way – video premiere

Auld Spells: I Want You Back / Another Way (Self-released) Out Now on all streaming platforms Edinburgh-based Auld Spells draw on a heady mix of psychedelic grooves,...

Film Reviews

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation – album and film review

New Order: Education Entertainment Recreation (Live at Alexandra Palace) Album and Concert Film LP | CD | DVD | Blu-ray Released 7 May 2021 New Order release a...

Sisters with Transistors: film review

Sisters with Transistors Dir. Lisa Rovner Metrograph Pictures/Modern Films Release date: 23 April 2021 Runtime: 86 minutes Women pioneered electronic music techniques and technologies, and the sounds of their...

SINGLE REVIEWS

Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills – single review

Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills (Self Released) DL and Streaming Now Leeds based electronic shoegaze four-piece Last Tourist have just digitally self-released their third single Cave...

HYMNS: Reset – EP review

HYMNS: Reset EP (Self Released) DL and Streaming Out Now London based alternative rockers HYMNS have just self-released their Reset EP for download and streaming. The band, consisting of...

Benefits: We See You – single review

Benefits: We See You (self-released) DL Out Now! BUY HERE   The latest raging rant from the brilliant Benefits, We See You tackles nationalist nonsense with the same intelligence and...

Lazy Queen: Get Home Or Die Trying – EP review

Lazy Queen: Get Home Or Die Trying Vinyl | DL | Streaming (Self-release) Out now After drip-feeding us with tracks over the last 6 months, Lazy Queen release...