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Mark Burgess: View From a Hill – book review"
the last great untold story of the Manchester post-punk era
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 when they have barely reached 25, it is a refreshing to see that John Cleese waited his 75th year to put his ones in writing. People […]
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.