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Immaculate Fools : Searching For Sparks – album review

Immaculate Fools - Searching For Sparks Cherry Red 7CD/DL Released 4 December 2020 Career spanning compilation set from Kent-based pop/rock outfit Immaculate Fools, comprising of six full albums...

Heavenly: A Bout De Heavenly – the Singles – album review

album review Heavenly: A Bout De Heavenly -the Singles (Damaged Goods) Blue Vinyl / CD  Out now Amelia Fletchers band after Talulah Gosh, "every one of their 7"...

Buzzcocks: Late For The Train (6 CD’s Live & In-Session 1989-2016) – album review

Buzzcocks - Late For The Train Cherry Red 6CD/DL Released 22 January 2020 New collection subtitled "Live & In Session 1989-2016", which finds the reformed version of Buzzcocks...

The Dead Freights: Fever and the Thunder – single review

The Dead Freights – Fever and the Thunder DL Out now If you haven't heard of The Dead Freights now is the time to change that. Fever...

The Damned Reunion – Brian James Interview

Brian James, one of Punk's founding fathers, gives Dave Jennings the lowdown on the reunion of The Damned original line-up.  

Four Candles: Trouble In Paradise – fantastic new song reviewed

Track Review Four Candles: Trouble In Paradise  (German Shepherd Records) DL only Out now "In a nigh on 7 minute funk driven slab of Mancunian repetition Four Candles...

In conversation with Stephen Lawrie (The Telescopes)

Stephen Lawrie has always been doing his own thing. Musically it has changed. From romantic euryopia of band’s debut “Taste” to their more poppy...

LTW writers tracks of the year 2020: Spotify playlist

What a strange year we've all had with this Covid business destroying our normal life. No gigs, donning masks, lockdowns, tiers and tears, yet...

Terry Edwards/Micko Westmorland – Double Interview!

Micko Westmoreland, actor, electronic artist, troubadour and now, head of Micko & The Mellotronics is interviewed by Terry Edwards and vice versa in this fascinating piece.

The William Loveday Intention: …Hung Like A Thief? / The New & Improved Bob Dylan -albums reviewed

Two Albums Reviewed The William Loveday Intention: Will There Ever Be A Day That You're Hung Like A Thief?  (Damaged Goods) Vinyl / DL The William Loveday...

The Cravats – The Colossal Tunes Out – album review

The Cravats - The Colossal Tunes Out Overground Vinyl Out now New repro of The Cravats' second album The Colossal Tunes Out, originally released in 1983 on the...

Stepford Wives: Stepford Wives EP review and video

Stepford Wives: Stepford Wives EP A1 (M) Records Limited Edition CD/DL all platforms Available Friday 11th December Saddleworth quartet Stepford Wives return sooner rather than later with their...

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