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Jamie Thrasivoulou: The Best Of A Bad Situation – book review

Class-bound and politically driven The Best Of A Bad Situation is a vital first collection of poetry from Derby spoken word artist Jamie Thrasivoulou

Cosey Fanni Tutti: Art Sex Music – book review

Cosey Fanni Tutti: Art Sex Music (Faber & Faber) Published: 06/04/2017 9/10 Art Sex Music is the autobiography of artist Cosey Fanni Tutti. As a member of...

‘ In The Midnight Hour The Life and Soul of Wilson Pickett ’ by Tony Fletcher – Book Review

In The Midnight Hour The Life and Soul of Wilson Pickett Tony Fletcher Oxford University Press Available February 9th 2017 A long overdue and forensic assessment of arguably...

Joe Swinford: Searching For The Young Joe Rebel – Book review

Joe Swinford: Searching For The Young Joe Rebel Out Now With foreword from LTW's own John Robb, this is the long-awaited book from Clash and Manics...

TV Smith: Alternative Top 50 – book review

TV Smith: Alternative Top 50 (Foruli Codex) Rock and Roll has seen it's share of frustrated poets adapt their craft to song lyrics and achieve...

Martin St. John: The Psychedelic Confessions of a Primal Screamer- book review

Martin St. John The Psychedelic Confessions of a Primal Screamer (Lulu Publishing) Part one of John "Joogs" Martin's memoirs covering his time with Primal Scream and...

Joy Devotion: Jennifer Otter Bickerdike – book review

Joy Devotion is a new book by Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike looking at the importance of Ian Curtis and an enduring fan culture and community

Shine On, Marquee Moon: Zoë Howe – Book Review

Shine On, Marquee Moon Zoë Howe (Troubador) Available Now Rock chick lit debut from music author Zoë Howe: Shine on, Marquee Moon brings us spandex, hairspray, a kidnap...

Andy Carrington: Cameron Fucks Dead Pigs & I Got Called a Scrounger – Book Review

Andy Carrington - Cameron Fucks Dead Pigs & I Got Called a Scrounger  Book/e-Book 114 pp The Bard of Bradford is back and he is still fucking...

Lol Tolhurst: Cured – book review

Lol Tolhurst: Cured (Quercus) Hardback Available from 22nd September 8.5/10 Multi-instrumentalist and founder member of The Cure, Lol Tolhurst's personal memoir. Taking us through his youth, the...

77 Sulphate Strip/ 57 Varieties of Talk Soup: Barry Cain – Book Review

77 Sulphate Strip and 57 Varieties of Talk Soup Barry Cain Red Planet Publishing Available Now The classic account of Punk’s definitive year by Barry Cain has been...

Tim Burgess: Vinyl Adventures from Istanbul to San Francisco – book and album review

The second book and accompanying complication record from Tim Burgess sees The Charlatans frontman go on a quest to find records recommended to him by everyone from Iggy Pop to Johnny Marr.

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