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Gareth Ashton: Hanging Around Musicians – book review

Gareth Ashton reflects on 25 years behind a drum kit for bands ranging from punk to country.

Sleaford Mods: Grammar Wanker – update

Second edition of Jason's lyric book has now been printed and is available from Bracket Press.

Listen To This! Kim Gordon reads from her memoir ‘Girl In A Band’.

Listen To This! Kim Gordon reads from her memoir 'Girl In A Band'.

Dress Rehearsal Brags, an a-z of unpopular culture by Graham Bendel: Author Interview

Dress Rehearsal Brags, an a-z of unpopular culture by Graham Bendel: Author Interview

Anti-British Lefty Commie Traitor Scum by Andy Carrington – book review

Anti-British Lefty Commie Traitor Scum Andy Carrington E-book / Paperback Louder Than War's Nathan Brown picks up a book of poetry to wander lonely as a...

Stealing All Transmissions: A Secret History of the Clash by Randal Doane – book review

Stealing All Transmissions: A Secret History of the Clash - Randall Doane (PM Press) Available Now Stealing All Transmissions: A Secret History of the Clash is...

How I Left The National Grid by Guy Mankowski – book review

Guy Mankowski's new book is about a search for the front person of a mid 80s band from Manchester.

Craig Lewis: You’re Crazy, Volume 1 – book review

You're Crazy: Volume I - book review

Mark Burgess: View From a Hill – book review

the last great untold story of the Manchester post-punk era

Serious Rockers: An Unblinking Ear Mix-Tape – compilation review

"Serious Rockers is rife with vibrantly catchy guitar rock, from glossy college radio jangle pop, to the tasty big harmonies of 1960s British Invasion style, to the agitated rattle of scuffed-up 2 minute punk bombs."

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.

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