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John Cleese: So Anyway – book review

So, Anyway (Random House) Author: John Cleese Hardback Out Now! Craig Chaligne reviews the legendary comedian's recently released autobiography. At an age where almost every "celebrity" gets their memoirs out...

Grammar Wanker: Sleaford Mods 2007 – 2014 by Jason Williamson – book review

Grammar Wanker is a tour-de-force, a howl of despair that is at once brutal, hilarious, poetic, and arrow-sharp.

On Making Music by Adam Walton – book review

BBC Radio Wales DJ and patron of new music releases brilliant self-help guide for musicians.

Book Launch And Interview: The Truth of Revolution, Brother

This is just one of the many nights that goes to show that punk is most definitely not dead and will refuse to die for a very long time.

You Can Drum But You Can’t Hide by Simon Wolstencroft – book review of new biography by the ex-Fall drummer

You Can Drum But You Can't Hide by Simon Wolstencroft - book review of new biography by the ex-Fall drummer

View From A Hill by Mark Burgess – news related to the publication of the definitive version of the book about the Chameleons front...

View From A Hill by Mark Burgess - news related to the publication of the definitive version of the book about the Chameleons front person

Excess All Areas – New Happy Mondays Biography Reviewed By Carl Stanley, Including Excerpts

"...this is surely the Mondays biography we've all been waiting for..."

Ian Curtis: So This Is Permanence – book review

Ian Curtis: So This is Permanence (Faber & Faber) Available in Hardback and Limited Edition Signed Hardback Out Now There's a whole host of literature available on...

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