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Judy Collins: The Elektra Albums Volume 1 – Box Set Review

Judy Collins: The Elektra Albums Volume 1 - Box Set Review. Matt Mead reviews the first in a series of this great folk singer

The Melodians – Rivers Of Babylon – Album Review

The Melodians - Rivers Of Babylon Doctor Bird CD/DL Released 9th August 2019 Compilation of all the Melodians' recordings for Leslie Kong on his Beverley's label, with the...

Two new books on Nirvana – Book review

Adding to the masses of books and articles on Nirvana and Kurt Cobain, two new books have recently been published. Dave Beer looks to see if they tell us anything new about the band...

‘A Real Cool Time’. Celebrating 50 Years Of The Stooges Eponymous Debut Album

Celebrate its birthday by either cranking it up loud and dancing like no one is watching or get it on your headphones, dive inside yourself and find your own well of inspiration. Whichever way you chose just know that in 50 years time there will be a young person doing exactly that same thing and that my friends is how you know you are in the presence of greatness.

Sex Cells: Interview

Ahead of their appearance at Roadkill Fest this weekend, Amy Jay Britton catches up with Sex Cells to get their slant on music, art, and witchcraft.

Standon Calling 2019 – Festival review

It's that time of year again when Keith Goldhanger finds himself eating, drinking and sleeping in fields in order to witness some old and...

Cherry Red announce Dinosaur Jr reissues – news

Cherry Red Records have announced that they will release four Dinosaur Jr albums, each with extra rarities. Released between 1991 and 1997, the four albums...

The Blinders: Liverpool, Jimmy’s – live review

Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews a stunning all-dayer at the new Jimmy's Liverpool venue, ending with another impressive headline set by The Blinders.

Doctors Of Madness release Make It Stop! – single review

Doctors of Madness release the first single from their upcoming album, Dark Times, Make It Stop! Mark Ray reviews.

Papur Wal Release Great New Double A-Side Single

Welsh trio Papur Wal have today released a double a-side single that instantly makes them contenders and gives Libertino Records another smash. Earlier this year...

Various Artists – Big Stir Singles: The Second Wave – Album Review

Various Artists - Big Stir Singles The Second Wave Big Stir CD Released 1st August 2019 New compilation bringing together tracks from Big Stir's Digital Singles Series and...

ARGH KiD: Exclusive Interview!

Our kid Wayne 'AF' Carey catches up with ARGH KID on his tour and where the band are at.

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