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Flowered Up – A Weekenders Tale

Flowered Up - the full in depth story...

New Artist of the Day: Cold Shoulder

We’re currently in the midst of a whole 'new wave' of underground indie, which - if I speak for myself - I’m getting a...

NOT a live review of Unknown Mortal Orchestra

How was the Manchester gig? I wasn't there so I can't tell you.

An Interview With Little Brother Eli

We’ve both been steered by the likes of Jack White, Led Zeppelin, The Black Keys and Jurassic 5.

Goodbye, Blue Sky – A Tribute To Storm Thorgerson

I got to thinking about it and the more I thought about it, the more I realized that Storm’s work was just as important as the music itself.

The Sex Pistols Experience: Bristol – live review

The Sex Pistols Experience are one of those bands who replicate their chosen subjects down to the last detail - the sounds, the clothes, the poses, everything.

The Casual Movement (Welsh Style): Beaches, Beats & Breakfasts

I still have a thing for Melinda Culea and I’d give anything to be as cool as Hannibal Smith or Face!

The Scaramanga Six: Phanthom Head – album review

The Scaramanga Six bring well-made melodies and screeches in a variety of styles from pop to punk...

A Journey to the heart of Led Zeppelin

There’s a turning left before the brow of a hill and as I turn the steering wheel the CD moves onto a beautiful acoustic number. A gently strummed guitar mixes effortlessly with a mandolin as the singer speaks of smokes, drinks and girls with flowers in their hair.

ME: Even The Odd Ones Out – album review

It is refreshing to see a band who are not afraid to break away from conventional genres and to try something new and majestic.

Led Zeppelin to reform?

Robert Plant has reignited the Led Zeppelin reform rumours with an interview on Austrlaia's 60 Minutes TV programme where he said  "I've got nothing to...

Various Artists: Man Chest Hair – album review

In summing up, despite my reservations, a really entertaining collection. Well worth a listen...

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