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Peter Hook & The Light: Holmfirth – live review

first up is a stunning 'Dead Souls' (a familiar Joy Division set opener, so played as the band could balance the sound to it

Double Dagger: 333 – album review

a fitting epitaph to one of Baltimore’s most influential bands.

Ceiling Demons – an interview

Imagery is incredibly important. We are living in a digital age, where we are all constantly interacting with screens. The relationship between music and image is more interwoven than ever.

Wire: Heaven, London – live review

Of course, I have to mention the encore.... a ten minute (gasp!!) version of the title track from their debut album but this time with 24 additional guitarists.

part 2 of B Movie’s top 10 favourite albums

part one of B Movie's top 10 albums is here Henryk Mikolaj Górecki - Symphony of Sorrowful Songs Amazing and emotional piece about the Holocaust victims....

Electronic: Electronic (Special Edition) – album review

To look for comparisons with The Smiths, New Order and Joy Division is to overlook a record that stands on its own. On paper a collaboration between Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr promises something different, and this is perhaps what later Electronic releases became, but what we have instead is a great electro-pop record and a deserved reissuing of something that should be regarded as a ‘classic’.

Top 10 albums – PVT

Top 10 albums to skip to.

Calexico: Glasgow – live review

Mid-way through (I think!) Sinner In The Sea, Calexico effortlessly slide into Joy Division’s Love Will Tear Us Apart and it doesn’t sound out of place at all.

Danny Mcnamara from Embrace : my top 10 favourite albums : part 2

Part one of Danny Mcnamara's top 10 albums is HERE. 6 John Lennon 'Plastic Ono Band' Some of Lennon's solo stuff is as good as the...

The Killers: Manchester Arena – Live Review

In November, The Killers' Manchester gig was abruptly halted due to illness. This week they returned, and there were a few nods to the city they love.

My Bloody Valentine ‘mbv’ album review part 2

Nothing Is Really cranking it up now, Nothing Is comes flying in with a stomping beat and repetitive noise hook that could almost be the...

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