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The Flaming Lips: Manchester Academy – live review

Flaming Lips | Ren Harvieu Manchester Academy 6th September 2019 A celebration of life, joy and the 20th anniversary of seminal album ‘The Soft Bulletin’, The Flaming...

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – Be For Real – Album Review

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Be For Real SoulMusic 3CD/DL Released 23rd August 2019 Subtitled The P.I.R Recordings (1972-1975), this new collection contains the first four...

Patrick Humphries: Rolling Stones 69 – Book Review

Renowned rock writer Patrick Humphries picks apart the year of 1969 which proved pivotal in the story of The Rolling Stones.

Mutagénicos: 3 – album review

LOS MUTAGÉNICOS 3 Dirty Water Records LP / DL Out now! Spanish garage rock trio, Los Mutagénicos, return with their third album - a twisting and turning B-movie indebted...

Miss June: Bad Luck Party – album review

Miss June: Bad Luck Party (Frenchkiss Records) Out now DL/CD Whatever they are putting in the water in the Southern Hemisphere is working. Yet another Antipodean...

Watch This! Post Punk Trio Berries Premiere Video for New Single Silent

London trio Berries premiere animated video for excellent and angular new single Silent.

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-18 – album review

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-2018 Vacilando 68 Recordings CD/DL Out now Twenty two infectious doses of straight-up power-pop that sound like classics, from the Lamacq-favoured Medway four-piece who we really...

Slade: Feel The Noize – The Singlez Box – album review

Slade Feel The Noize: The Singlez Box BMG Limited Edition box of 10 7” singles Released on 6 September 2019 Back in the early Seventies, Slade were the biggest pop...

Black Star Riders: Another State Of Grace – album review

Black Star Riders have long since thrown off the shackles of their emergence from the spirit of Thin Lizzy. They return with an absolutely belting rock album.

Johnny Marr: Albert Hall,  Manchester – live review

Johnny Marr comes home and shows why he's the Guv'nor.

New band of the day : The Sweet Release Of Death

Hailing from Rotterdam the three piece deal in that aching dark yet melodically sweet death trip that once made Sonic Youth such an attractive proposition but with very much their own thing going on.

Dantevilles: Salford, The Eagle Inn – live review

Dantevilles launched their new EP, Welcome To The Theatre, at The Eagle Inn, Salford with an evening of stellar music and a carnival atmosphere.

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