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Zonal: Wrecked – album review

Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.

Hurtling: Future From Here – album review ‘Simply a great album, a stunning debut and a future classic’

Album Review Hurtling - Future From Here  (Onomatopoeia) CD/ DL/ LP Released 18 Oct 2019 Navigating soundscapes from the atmospheric to the psychedelic in this skilfully crafted noise...

Hand & Leg: Lust In Peace – album review

  Hand & Leg - Lust In Peace Fourth Dimension / Black Gladiator / Slovenly Recordings CD/Vinyl Out now Second album by noisy Greek post punk duo Hand &...

Fat White Family: The Railway, London – live review

Fat White Family | Shame | O'Connell' & Love's Lorry Love  The Railway Tulse Hill, London October 5th 2019 A secret with a legendary line-up, Phil Ross...

Vulpynes: Dye Me Red – EP review

Vulpynes - Dye Me Red Out Now Streaming/DL/10" Vinyl Dublin duo, Molly and Kaz, aka Vulpynes, recently released their second EP, Dye Me Red. What is on...

Iguana Death Cult: Nude Casino – album review

  IGUANA DEATH CULT NUDE CASINO Innovative Leisure LP / CD / CASS / DL Out 25th October 2019   Rotterdam's Iguana Death Cult spread their wings into new territories on...

C-30s: SHORTAGE – EP REVIEW

  C-30s - Shortage (Abused Records). DL/CD Out now Stripped back, bluesy, punky and speedy, Dorset's C-30s are raring to go on their new EP. As long as...

LTW band of the day! SparkleStars – Television Personalities member new project really shines

Television Personalities member, the legendary TexasBob Juarez has moved to LA and signed to Burger Records and celebrates this with the release of his Solo Project *SparkleStars*

Alice Cooper: Resorts World Arena, Birmingham – live review

Alice Cooper Resorts World Arena, Birmingham October 11th 2019 When Alice Cooper invites you to his castle of horror, it’s damn near impossible to turn down the...

LTW band of the day : The Clockworks ‘angular and energetic Irish band are Alan McGees latest band’

A sprightly and angular gang of skinny youth from Ireland who deliver short sharp shock songs with a whiff of devilish eccentricity and high energy

ILL Single Launch + Glove/GSY!PA/DJ Mix-Stress: live review

This was a gig with community and creativity at its heart – as three bands: Godspeed You! Peter Andre, Glove and ILL with their headlining single launch - came to the co-operative Manchester venue Partisan Collective, a tucked-away haven of talent located just off Cheetham Hill Road. This 12 October Saturday night was finalised with an immersive DJ set courtesy of DJ Mix-Stress.

Various: The Linval Thompson Roots Albums Collection – album review

Various - The Linval Thompson Roots Albums Collection Doctor Bird 2CD/DL Released 11th October 2019 New collection that brings together three late 70s albums produced by Linval Thompson,...

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