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Ringo Deathstarr – Our Top Ten Albums

You could not wish to meet three more affable people than Ringo Deathstarr’s Elliot Frazier, Alex Gehring and Daniel Coburn ....

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...

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.

The Muffin Men: Liverpool – live review

"Muffin Land, it turns out, is quite a pleasurable place to be."

Confessions of a Suedehead – Part One

Their songs thrived on the drama of the everyday, and their suburban heroes strived for The Big Time, something beyond a Happy Shopper existence, something to alleviate the monotony of a humdrum 9 to 5.

Joseph Coward Interview by Roisin Kelleher

To me it's not good enough just to say that life's boring but we have to keep our heads down and get on with it, I like people who struggle against the tide and do what they'd like to do, to try and make their life better.

COME announce UK reunion gigs & ‘11.11’ album reissue

COME are a seminal American band initially formed in Boston back in 1990. They were also linked to the 'Oberlin' scene that spawned fellow...

Thought Forms: Ghost Mountain – album review

The title itself is a reference to a large mountain range the size of the Alps that is hidden under the snow and ice of Antarctica. This metaphor is not only extremely apt for the music within but for the band themselves as I have a feeling that once people start connecting with this album, Thought Forms will not be hidden for much longer.

Ross Wilson Interview by Roisin Kelleher

"The only conflict is between me and my brother and that’s about who’s the more genius musician"

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...

Sahara Soul: Glasgow – Live Review

The closing songs with all the artists featured speaks volumes for the state of the music scene in Mali.
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