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The Rising / Stepford Wives: The Salty Dog, Northwich – live review

Wayne AF Carey knocks back more big gigs to catch a bit of class from working class heroes The Rising with 'rising' Manc indie punks Stepford Wives as back up!

Stray Cats – Runaway Boys Anniversary Box Set – album review

Stray Cats Runaway Boys Anniversary Box Set LP / CD BMG Out 27th September 2019   Stray Cats continue their 40th-anniversary celebrations with this deluxe box set release of their...

The Melamine Division Plates – Novosibirsk – album review

The Melamine Division Plates - Novosibirsk Cordelia CD Out Now A new soundtrack to Jane Ek's celebrated 1964 play Novosibirsk, recorded by Experimental Surf Music band the Melamine...

The Fallen Leaves – Top Ten Influences: A book, a film, a painting, three singles and four Live LP’s…

The Fallen Leaves - Top Ten Influences: A book, a film, a painting, three 45's and four Live LP's... The Fallen Leaves, London purveyors of...

New band of the day : Mild Headache ‘Fast fuzz punk with tunes!’

Fast paced fuzz punk armed with glorious tunes from Birmingham sees a bright future

Los Blancos: Sbwriel Gwyn – album review

Los Blancos: Sbwriel Gwyn Libertino Records CD/DL/S Out 27th September 2019 Debut album from much talked about Welsh band Los Blancos. Simon Tucker finds a band perfectly epitomising...

Listen to This! Hull-Based Four-Piece The Hubbards Return With New Single Seven or Eleven

Hull-based four-piece The Hubbards wax lyrical on mass consumerism on new single Seven or Eleven.

Ana Mazzotti: Ninguem Vai Me Segurar / Ana Mazzotti – album reviews

Ana Mazzotti is one of the most visionary artists to come out of Caixas, Brazil, igniting the dancefloors of the '70s. Far Out Records have caught her vision by rereleasing 2 albums which are cult classics of the time. Matt Mead reviews for Louder Than War.

Paul and The Tall Trees – So Long – album review

Paul & The Tall Trees release their new long player So Long on Big Crown records continuing their rapid clime to the upper echelons of soul. Matt Mead reviews the album for Louder Than War.

Ronnie Burns: This Is Ronnie Burns – album review

Ronnie Burns - This Is Ronnie Burns RPM CD/DL Released 20 September 2019 Compilation of the works of Antipodean 60s pop sensation Burns, who enjoyed the patronage of...

Watch This! Crystal: Speak Of The Devil – video review

Exciting new Glasgow band Crystal bring out the video for their latest single Speak Of The Devil, a slice of hard-hitting indie rock.

The Steve Howe Trio: New Frontier – album review

Steve Howe of Yes, not quite as solo as he has been in the past but opting for a slightly different direction. Yes,  it is what it says on the tin: a new frontier.

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