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Bestival 2012 – review

....this was a great weekend but we should have ALL got home from it safely eh!

New Artist of the Day – For Abel

Not so much new and just underrated - check out For Abel.

Phillip Boa and the Voodoo Club : an interview

Phillip Boa and the Voodoo Club

Eddie Auffray (Ravales) – interview

We chat with Eddie Auffray about his current band Ravales & his punk rock history

Pheromoans – Does This Guy Stack Up? – album review

A brilliantly messy grower of an album

Scritti Politti Tour Preview

There will be more laptops than guitars onstage and they will be utterly unmissable.

an open letter to Frank Turner

Dear Frank...

Stephen Holt (Inspiral Carpets) – top 10 albums

Musical influences on Inspiral Carpets' singer Stephen Holt

TOY – Toy – album review

Can TOY live up to the hype with their self-titled debut?

Peter Hook announces new book and promo tour…

'Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division' By Peter Hook Published in Hardback by Simon & Schuster UK 1st October, 2012 In the frank, upfront and indelibly personal style that...

Blur / The Specials / New Order / Bombay Bicycle Club – Hyde Park – live review

The Olympics is over but is it also the end for Blur?





IDLES announce live album!

Today, IDLES have announced their first live album 'A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan', and have shared the live version of 'Mother' taken from the record.

Swans announce new line up and tour

Swans Facebook page has announced the next phase... Wiith the new album due soon the band have announced their new line up and tour...

Chris Cleverley: We Sat Back And Watched It Unfold – album review

An ominously titled but smartly observed set of songs from Chris Cleverley and a whole bunch of friends.

Neighbourhood Festival 2019: Manchester – live review

Will Metcalfe and Nigel Carr spent most of the day in Manchester checking out some of the best the city had to offer at Neighbourhood festival

The Beatles announce reissue of all 46 singles

The Beatles will be with us for least they were good...