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Remembering the day John Lennon died – by John Robb

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share (if you like this please twitter it of put it up on your Facebook...also please leave a comment...)http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share John Robb was a teenage punk rocker...

From the Dancefloor 2 – by Sapna Sanghvi

Inna di Dancehall I'm not entirely sure how this happened to an indie kid from Ashton-under-Lyne raised on Oasis and The Jam, but over...

I wandered lonely as a Baile Funk fan – by Sapna Sanghvi

I Wandered Lonely as a Baile Funk Fan”¦ check Baile funk out on Youtube One of the first conversations I ever had with John was on...

Frank Turner – by Danny Watson

I've seen pensioners pushed aside by school kids. I've seen an ambulance in Upminster cut up by boy racers in the car mummy and daddy have bought them.

Aki from Fun Da Mental reports from Pakistan

As we traveled towards Noshera again, I reflected what I had seen on the previous visit to villages around Ahmanabad a few days before, it was about the worst the floods could get really, what else could water destroy?

Begging For Pussy With George Clinton – by Stevie Chick

“We were supposed to perform on the space station, in 2005,” he promises. “We were ready to go and everything… Zero-gravity funk… Anti-matter music…”

The Charlatans – by Dennis and Lois from NYC

We don't really believe too much in jinxes. If anyone or thing could change our mind it's The Charlatans.

2 7²s Clash, part 1 of an epic diary of the punk years – by Mick Middles

Two Sevens Clash (Adventures in Manchester punk, 1977, part one) Amid a deadening air; blank concrete slabs, stained by graffiti and mould. A suitable back-drop for...

Back In The garage 2: The Easybeats

The Easybeats - "I'll Make You Happy" August 1966 The Beatles arrived at Sydney, Australia in mid 1964, and five European hoodlum transplants from Leeds,...

Black Sabbath – by Suzanne Moore

getting into Black Sabbath...

The Fall – by Zoe Howe

“It was deep love for The Fall that set me on the road that led to the anarchic Scottish ballet dancer Michael Clark. It was only a few years ago, and it was sort of by accident.

Garth Cartwright – by Cathi Unsworth

High Plains Drifter: Garth Cartwright by Cathi Unsworth. ”˜The soul of the US has been beaten black and blue, but I found plenty of it via...





New Order: The Fillmore, Four-Night Residency, Miami Beach—live review

New Order Fillmore Miami Beach, Miami 14-15, 17-18 January 2020 Audrey J. Golden and Evan...

Supergrass: The Strange Ones 1994-2008 – album review

Supergrass - The Strange Ones 1994-2008 (BMG) CD / 2LP / Box Set Out 24th January...

Deutsche Ashram – Whisper Om – Album Review

Netherlands-based duo Deutsche Ashram throw away the rule book with their adventurous second album.

Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020

Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020 Its cold, its wet, its January, arguably...

Major exhibition of great images from key Manchester photographer announced

David Gleave's stark black and whites really capture the grit of a city that is fast forwarding into a different future as it morphs from the post industrial city to the post punk city