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Sleaford Mods: Spare Ribs – album review

Sleaford Mods: Spare Ribs Rough Trade Records Vinyl/CD/DL all platforms Release date 15th January Buy here Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn are not resting on their laurels as Sleaford...

The Bachelor Pad: All Hash and Cock : the very best of – Album Review

The Bachelor Pad: All Hash and Cock : the very best of...   (Emotional Response) DL/ Ltd Vinyl & DL Out now Every once in a while, a...

Listen to This! New Xqui Album and Bonus Discs with Individual Tracklistings

Xqui first appeared in April 2018 with his Britannia EP which was swiftly followed by the Dragon album in May. Using field recordings which...

Rats On Rafts: Excerpts From Chapter 3: The Mind Runs A Net Of Rabbit Paths – album review

RATS ON RAFTS Excerpts From Chapter 3: The Mind Runs A Net Of Rabbit Paths Fire Records LP | CD | DL Out 29th January 2021 Rats On Rafts...

Nervous Twitch: Alright Lads – Single Exclusive

Nervous Twitch Alright Lads Reckless Yes Download/Streaming from 15th January Alright Lads, the new single from Nervous Twitch is out this week via Reckless Yes. The band give Louder Than...

NOFX announce new album with reworking of classic song

NOFX have announced that they are to release their 14th album, Single Album, next month and have released a (kind of) new song today...

Interview: Millie Manders and the Shutup take a more direct route on their new album

Millie Manders and The Shutup’s blend of ska/punk and high energy shows have always been a hit at big festivals like Rebellion but their...

Listen to this! Barbarian Hermit release new track

Great news for fans of Manchester Doom rockers Barbarian Hermit as they reissue a remastered version of their debut record One and it includes...

Listen to this! Mush preview new song from forthcoming album

Leeds trio Mush have released another song from their forthcoming album, Redacted Lines, out next month. Following on from the previous song, Blunt Instruments, which...

Fraternity: Seasons Of Change – album review

Fraternity Seasons Of Change Lemon 3CD | DL Released 22 January 2021 Boxset that includes the complete recordings from 1970 to 1974 of the Sydney-based prog rock band...

The Other Ones: The Other Ones – single review

The Other Ones The Other Ones Reckless Yes DL | Streaming Out now London-based power pop/punk four-piece The Other Ones have released the first single from their forthcoming debut...

Watch this! New single from Ed Dowie

Ed Dowie is releasing Number 8 Wire as the latest single from his new album, The Obvious I. His second album is a pronounced evolution...

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