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Band of Skulls: O2 Brixton Academy, London – live review

Band of Skulls O2 Brixton Academy 7th December 2012 Band of Skulls have supported some big names in the past, including The Black Keys and The Dead...

Ultrasound – Play for Today – album review

Long-awaited Ultrasound album falls short for our reviewer.

New Band of the Day: The Babs Johnson Gang Louder Than War writer Chris Hearn stumbled across a new band the other day, one he wants to tell us all about. So read...

Two Gallants: The Bloom and the Blight – album review

It\'s somewhat difficult to conceive the fact that it has been over six years since Two Gallants blew us away with What the Toll Tells\',

Reading Festival Review

What a festival to have in your home town.

Radio Moscow: 3 & 3 Quarters – album review

Brief, powerful, fun, songs played with passion and love.

Buffalo Killers – Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. – album review

Loads of layers added to the swampy sound on the new Buffalo Killers album.

Blind Atlas – Kodiak Bear – album review

Foot-stomping delta-riffs and prog rock crescendos.




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Ghostemane ‘Anti- Icon’ : A 21st century antichrist superstar who combines black metal, industrial and rap into a dystopian whole

A 21st century antichrist superstar who takes the heart of darkness trip of black metal and the clanking grind of industrial but deconstructs it into the chopped up world of rap where switching rhythms and textures is key as long as long the deadly downbeat grooves, rock heartbeats and pounding trap beats are there.

Watch this! Sister Psychosis release debut single on Creation 23

Making their debut on Alan McGee’s Creation 23 label, Sister Psychosis release a brand...

LISTEN! new single from Elisabeth Elektra ‘another slice of melancholic electronic ice pop!’

another slice of wistful electronic pop full of melancholy and perfect groove. You can dance, cry or just listen to its sweeping atmospheric beauty. 

The Brexit debacle : why the government’s visa bullshit will harm UK music and why we need someone to stand up for our rights

The Brexit debacle over touring the EU coupled with the total lack of support offered to many of our colleagues who are all freelance and who live tour to tour / show to show is not only appalling it is disgraceful.