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Dinosaur Jr & Little Barrie: Fiddlers Club, Bristol – live reveiw

As if that wasn't enough they then went & closed with Sludgefeast off of 1987's You're Living All Over Me & that was it, I was reduced to a rubble of sweaty wonderment.

The History of Apple Pie: Out of View – album review

"The album wears its influences on its sleeve with hues of Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr and My Bloody Valentine..."

Vox Von Braun: Rich and on Wheels – album review

But then sane isn't necessarily a word you'd apply to Vox Von Braun at the best of times.

Death Threat Cassette Interview by Carl Stanley

The most noticeable thing about 'Lo-Fi or Die' are the numerous sound-scapes and styles...

Dinosaur Jr – interview

Dinosaur Jr's Murph talks to us ahead of Tokyo performance.

Hostess Club Weekender: Japan – live review

Thurston Moore, Dinosaur Jr, Local Natives, Fucked Up, ...Trail of Dead and more!

Cheatahs: SANS EP – ep review

Dinosaur Jr. -esque guitar feedback mixed with stoned out harmonies and hooks...

Falling Stacks – EP review

Hard as nails with a sharp edge and a funk wobble underneath.

A Selection Of This Week’s Best Videos. 22nd Sept.

Round up of the best video's from the last wee.

Mystery Machine – Western Magnetics – album review

Long-awaited follow up album from Canadian band Mystery Machine

Dignan Porch: Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen – album review

Full of filth and fuzz - great album from this newly expanded band

Del The Funkee Homosapien and Parallel Thought: Attractive Sin – album review

.... Its nonchalance and seemingly effortless construction make for one of the coolest damn records that I have heard in a very long time.

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