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Factory Acts, Rodney Cromwell and Alice Hubble – The Eagle Inn, Salford – live review

An enigmatic venue and immersive electronica were a winning combination as a trio of artists - Factory Acts, Rodney Cromwell and Alice Hubble –...

Girls on Film: Female Artists Call the Shots at the UK Music Video Award Nominations

25th October sees over 100 UK and International artists vying for recognition at this year's UK Music Video Awards, with female artists dominating some...

October Drift : Black Heart, London – live review

October Drift The Black Heart, Camden Town London October 2nd 2019 Back in 2015 October Drift were featured as a New Artist of the Day on these...

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds: ‘Ghosteen’ – album review

Nick Cave finds an emotional honesty and a powerful divinity on this stunning new album that deals in life and death and all the big themes that only a true artist can embrace over a subtle shape shifting darkly ambient soundtrack.

Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 – album review

Winterfylleth: The Siege Of Mercia: Live At Bloodstock 2017 (Candlelight/Spinefarm Records) CD and DVD | Vinyl and Digital Available now Genre-defining atmospheric black metal musicians Winterfylleth are...

Things we didn’t know a month ago: September 2019

Even though it comes around every twelve months everyone knows someone who will utter the words "I can't believe it's October already". Keith Goldhanger...

The Electric Banana – The Complete De Wolfe Sessions – album review

  The Electric Banana - The Complete De Wolfe Sessions Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 27th September 2019 Recordings made by the Pretty Things from 1967 to 1977 under the Electric...

Grade 2: Graveyard Island – album review

Grade 2 - Graveyard Island (Hellcat) LP/CD/DL Out 11 October 2019 Isle of Wight skins Grade 2 project the love-hate they hold for their small town home...

Peter Sissons photo with John Lennon and Jimmy Tarbuck on 1950s school trip

Peter Sissons, John Lennon and Jimmy Tarbuck all in the same Dovedale Junior School photo on a trip to the Isle Of Man in 1951. R.I.P. Peter.

Watch This! Newcastle’s Amongst Echoes Premiere New Single Going Nowhere

Since forming in Newcastle in back in 2018, indie rock quintet Amongst Echoes has been bringing the gap between bright-eyed youthful exuberence and millennial...

Global warming – what can a musician do to make a difference

I feel some relief at being a survivor of the “live fast die young” generation, although for me thesedays it’s not so much Alt J…more Control P. However, it seems that the Millennial generation is destined to live young and die fast if we don’t change our practices, and change them fast.

Prince Fatty – In The Viper’s Shadow – album review

Prince Fatty - In The Viper's Shadow Evergreen Records Vinyl/DL Released 4th October 2019 Bringing together a bunch of bona fide reggae music legends including Big Youth, Marcia...

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ILL Single Launch + Glove/GSY!PA/DJ Mix-Stress: live review

This was a gig with community and creativity at its heart – as three bands: Godspeed You! Peter Andre, Glove and ILL with their headlining single launch - came to the co-operative Manchester venue Partisan Collective, a tucked-away haven of talent located just off Cheetham Hill Road. This 12 October Saturday night was finalised with an immersive DJ set courtesy of DJ Mix-Stress.