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Dummy At 25: An Appreciation Portishead’s Classic Debut"
Seminal album Dummy turns 25 today. Our writer Simon Tucker looks back at the Portishead classic. “This was music for grown ups”. This isn’t a dissection. This isn’t a who did what and where piece. When it comes to Dummy there are enough of them out there already and I am sure more will be […]
Things we didn’t know a month ago: July 2019"
Keith Goldhanger brings us up to date with a few recent discoveries that came to his attention during July 2019. An inconsistent theme running through the bands this month that have been blasting out of the kitchen window whilst we sit in the garden are bands we didn’t like very much but have now decided […]
‘A Real Cool Time’. Celebrating 50 Years Of The Stooges Eponymous Debut Album"
Celebrate its birthday by either cranking it up loud and dancing like no one is watching or get it on your headphones, dive inside yourself and find your own well of inspiration. Whichever way you chose just know that in 50 years time there will be a young person doing exactly that same thing and that my friends is how you know you are in the presence of greatness.
Suicide – “Suicide” Reappraisal"
Suicide- Reappraisal With this month seeing the third anniversary of the death of Alan Vega, Amy Britton looks over the legacy of Suicide, in particular the impact of their visceral debut album New York music, 1977. The wave of American punk which had blended the coolly bohemian with the wryly insouciant, turning the Beat […]
The Relations: Night’s Prelude – album review"
The Relations: Night’s Prelude Spun Out Of Control Cassette / DL Available Now. Neil Hale (Correlations) returns with a new project this time with the help of a group of like-minded individuals. Night’s Prelude is a new direction for Hale and one that is worthy of further exploration. Simon Tucker reviews. The Relations is the […]