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Mark Keds died of COPD according to coroner – a very personal eulogy from band member Jerome Alexandre and many other musicians celebrating him

A very personal eulogy to the late Senseless Things/Deadcuts singer from bandmate Jerome Alexander and many others including Peter Doherty, Jamie Thewlitt, Peter Perret and many more

Tom Jones releases utterly brilliant new single… Talking Reality Television Blues

  Sir Tom Jones releases utterly brilliant new single... really! 'The Voice' judge sings the 'Talking Reality Television Blues'. He needs no introduction. The pop-cultural Prince...

LISTEN! new single from Elisabeth Elektra ‘another slice of melancholic electronic ice pop!’

another slice of wistful electronic pop full of melancholy and perfect groove. You can dance, cry or just listen to its sweeping atmospheric beauty. 

The Brexit debacle : why the government’s visa bullshit will harm UK music and why we need someone to stand up for our rights

The Brexit debacle over touring the EU coupled with the total lack of support offered to many of our colleagues who are all freelance and who live tour to tour / show to show is not only appalling it is disgraceful. 

Modern Music Masters: The Britpop Trilogy by Tom Boniface-Webb- book review

Modern Music Masters: The Britpop Trilogy - Tom Boniface-Webb Out Now Accompanying Blur Playlist Order HERE Modern Life really is Rubbish at the moment and the only ‘Parklife’...

Aphex Twin 1992 interview by John Robb

When Aphex Twin appeared on the scene with his debut Digeredoo release in 1992 he was an enigmatic presence. I interviewed him 3 times...

Yungblud proves that he’s the best young pop star in the UK

Yungblud proves in 2 mins 49 of primetime TV that he's the best young pop star in the UK Dom Harrison, aka Yungblud appeared on...

Things we didn’t know a year ago : 2020 review

Keith Goldhanger rounds up a few of his personal favourite new acts that appeared during 2020. It's impossible to cover everything nowadays. Just by looking...

Will festivals happen this summer?

it’s going to be touch and go and the virus calls the shots but with nimble thinking, will power and a willingness to make things happen safely there is still an opportunity to somehow salvage something. 

NEWS: Rare Photos of David Bowie by Kate Garner – Released by Zebra One Gallery

David Bowie would have been celebrating his 73rd birthday on 8th January and in memory of the great man, Zebra One Gallery have released...

LTW : 21 new bands and acts for 2021 – our emerging artists list for the new year!

There is trad rock. There is punk rock. There is pop music embracing all the sounds and new cultures of the 21st century cities. There is introspective. There is expressive. Pop culture comes in all shapes and sizes and forms in the new decade and exists despite the pandemic.

1991: A year that shaped a generation

1991 was the year that saw the decade's heavyweights make their mark, shedding their underground cult status to become global stars. Meanwhile, the surging...




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William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker – album review

William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker (Chysillis) LP | CD | DL Out 5th March 2021   Ruarri Joseph returns...

The Crystalites: The Undertaker – album review

The Crystalites: The Undertaker (Doctor Bird) 2CD | DL Released 12 March 2021 Reissue of the 1970 instrumental...

The Twenty Seven Club by Lucy Nichol – book review

There’s been loads of book about the impact of punk, but not many...

Alex Maas (Black Angels) announces live Levitation Session with new song – news

On the back of his fantastic solo album, Luca, Black Angels frontman Alex Maas...

Interview: Kawabata Makoto (Mainliner/Acid Mothers Temple)

Dan Volohov interviews Kawabata Makoto about the reformation of Mainliner, rock-music, concepts and words, Acid Mothers Temple...