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So how does music react to Extinction Rebellion? is it time to put our house in order?"
With planet earth going to hell in a pollution spewing, toxic handcart the youth are revolting (especially in the eyes of the right wing press who are clattering out endless column inches on the ‘unwashed’) leaving music with a very awkward conundrum. Whilst it’s natural constituency are on the streets music has been caught flat footed.
Declan Welsh & The Decadent West: Absurd – single review"
Musician and poet Declan Welsh and his band The Decadent West release a thought-provoking and beautifully crafted slice of indie with their new single Absurd.
The Briefs: Platinum Rats – album review"
THE BRIEFS PLATINUM RATS Damaged Goods LP / CD / DL Out now! Seattle’s snotty punk rockers, The Briefs, return with their fifth album, their first in 14 years and show that the spirit of ’77 is alive and kicking up a riotous holy hell. It’s been a long wait for some fresh material from […]
Bobby Wood – If I’m A Fool For Loving You – Album Review"
Bobby Wood – If I’m A Fool For Loving You RPM 2CD/DL Released 19th April 2019 The complete 1960s recordings by singer and pianist Bobby Wood, who recorded for Sun Records and played on sessions for Dusty Springfield, the Box Tops and Elvis Presley among others…..LTW’s Ian Canty relates the story of a man who […]
Suede: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review"
Suede | BC Camplight Albert Hall, Manchester 19th April, 2019 Lee Ashworth finds himself swept up in the glamorous trash of the arch-outsiders as Suede bring their hymns of edgeland alienation to Manchester city centre. Photos by Melanie Smith. Brian Christinzio and his band occupy the stage in support tonight as BC Camplight rip […]