fbpx
Sunday, March 7, 2021
The North Will Rise Again
Home featured, blogs,

featured, blogs,

Twist Helix: Machinery – album review

Twist Helix Machinery LP | CD | DL Out Now In their latest album Machinery, Newcastle’s trio Twist Helix offers angsty, synth-heavy send-ups to sexism and to the...

Believe in Magic: 30 Years of Heavenly Recordings By Robin Turner – book review

Believe In Magic: 30 Years of Heavenly Recordings Written By Robin Turner Designed by Paul Kelly Published by White Rabbit  £30/£35 Limited Edited Released November 2020 A delicious panoply of...

Molly Parden: Rosemary – album review

Molly Parden’s new album Rosemary is a collection of delicate songs that illumines the stark fragility of loss and its persistent, unlikely beauty. The album...

Post-Punk Politics and Irish Pirate Queens: An Interview with M(h)aol

'M(h)aol is about disrupting and changing the political reality we have access to. Everyone has a voice and in these intensely historical times, we...

Third Man Records: Southeast of Saturn Compilation — album review

Southeast of Saturn: Michigan Shoegaze/ Dream Pop/ Space Rock Third Man Records Out November 20 Southeast of Saturn illumines an entirely different Detroit Rock City than the...

Holy Drone: Fibres – single review

HOLY DRONE Fibres Out Now A shoegaze lullaby for a world that longs for heartening sounds. After the first lockdown, Holy Drone came together to make new...

Of Cracking Whips and Protest Punk: An Interview with DeLila Black

DeLila Black is making music we should all be hearing: compositions that condemn authoritarian impulses and roar out with a bluesy twang against racist...

The Velvet Hands: Back on a Winner – single review

The Velvet Hands Back on a Winner Out now! Who wouldn’t want a new single from the Velvet Hands? If you don’t already know their music, the...

Himmelrum: Vand, Død & Ensomhed – album review

Himmelrum Vand, Død & Ensomhed Joyful Noise Recordings and The Big Oil Recording Company Released 23 October 2020 On their new album, Vand, Død & Ensomhed (in English...

Ian Curtis: Memento Mori by Kevin Cummins – book review

Ian Curtis: Memento Mori Kevin Cummins Tangerine Press One Edition of 130 Numbered Copies “The tenacity inscribed in the intention of mourning is born of its fidelity...

Duffy – The Loss of a Living Star

Why did she leave the spotlight? The heartbreaking truth behind Grammy award winning Welsh singer Duffy.

Anticolonial Afropunk Rockers — Interview with Crystal Axis

Afropunk rockers trained as lawyers, combatting systematic oppression one performance at a time. Talking to the members of Crystal Axis, a band out of...

STAY CONNECTED

40,095FansLike
37,647FollowersFollow

CATEGORIES

Be The First To Hear!


MUST READ

Inner Terrestrials: Heart of The Free – album review

Inner Terrestrials - Heart of The Free (Maloka/MassProd/Blind Destruction/Fire and Flames/PDV/Warrior Charge) LP/CD/DL Out Now After a...

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak) – Leave the Door Open (Single Review)

Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak have joined forces to create duo ‘Silk Sonic’. On...

Standon Calling 2021 – festival preview

Standon Calling have announced the first wave of bands for this year’s three-day event...

William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker – album review

William The Conqueror: Maverick Thinker (Chysillis) LP | CD | DL Out 5th March 2021   Ruarri Joseph returns...

The Crystalites: The Undertaker – album review

The Crystalites: The Undertaker (Doctor Bird) 2CD | DL Released 12 March 2021 Reissue of the 1970 instrumental...