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Exclusive : Peter Hook statement on New Order situation

Peter Hook on his side of the story

Durham Punk Festival: Saturday Sept 10th

The annual Durham Punk Festival is looking good this year. Wander over to it's website for more details... It's the end of the summer, the...

Liz Is Evil: Dublin punks with a twist

new Dublin noisy fuckers!

Arabrot: Noisenik action from Norway

Earlier this year we saw Arabrot live at the By:Larm music festival in Oslo- the band were fantastic- a two, sometimes three, piece taking...

Jessie J ‘ not heard of PJ Harvey or Mercury Awards’ but why should she?

Pop startlet not aware of Mercury Music prize shocka!

Are there too many festivals? The state of play in festival nation

After a mixed summer what is the future of the festival?

British Sea Power autumn tour, new book and National Maritime Museum

more off the wall manoeuvres from one of our favourite bands...

Who would have won the Mercury Awards in 1977?

'No Elvis, Beatles or Rolling Stones in 1977...' and no Mercury awards either but what if...

How One Man Made The Angels Weep And The Peacocks Wail: Josh T Pearson live review

The striking and dapper Country Gent, head to toe in perfect black, proceeds to ask the audience whether they have some nail polish remover he can borrow.

The Courteeners announce Manchester xmas shows

the return of the likely lads





Watch This! Hull Four-Piece Reardon Love Find Themselves Locked In The Panopticon

Hull-based indie poppers Reardon Love locked in the panopticon on their salient new single.

Strawbs : Burning For You – Heartbreak Hill – album review

Strawbs : Burning For You - Heartbreak Hill (Cherry Red) CD Out Now Later day efforts by Strawbs...

WATCH THIS! The Other Half ‘combine a post punk intensity with Jesus Lizard and Slint’

From Norwich The Other Half embody the spirit of DIY   whilst combining a post punk intensity with Jesus Lizard and Slint.

Watch This! VEiiLA release live ambient version of Dust

layers of synths and drums have been replaced with washed out piano, while vulnerable soft singing blends with wailing of wind from the window.

Maita: Best Wishes – album review

Maita – Best Wishes (Kill Rock Stars) All formats Out now 8/10 Portland-based Maita’s debut album is a...