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Sex Pistols 35th Anniversary Super Deluxe Boxset : review

still never minding the bollocks...

Incubate festival Holland Sept 10th – 16th- a rough guide of what to see

there's so much on that we have attempted to make a guide for you...

Chris Moyles – we'll miss you

Inspiral Carpets' Graham Lambert tells us why we'll miss Moyles

New Artist of the Day: Jonas Carping

Safe to say then, that Jonas Carping is the bringer of life.

REM: Document (25th Anniversary Edition) – album review

On September 25, R.E.M. will release the next reissue in their line of 25th anniversary editions ... Document.

Watch this! Peter Hook playing She's Lost Control with Africa Express

Peter Hook plays great version of She's Lost Control with Africa Express at Manchester Ritz... Full review to follow

Rough Guide to Native America – album review

All you need to know about the music of Native America

Doune the Rabbit Hole Festival – live review

Scottish boutique festival bursting with grassroots bands

Dignan Porch: Nothing Bad Will Ever Happen – album review

Full of filth and fuzz - great album from this newly expanded band

ARCHIVE: With Us Until You're Dead – album review

If, like me, you\'ve never heard of Archive, all I can suggest is that you check out this album.

Rolling Stones 'Grrr' : Does the world need another Rolling Stones greatest hits album?

Sod the greatest hits, it's time to make the grizzled, unapologetic old man album

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Watch This! VEiiLA release live ambient version of Dust

layers of synths and drums have been replaced with washed out piano, while vulnerable soft singing blends with wailing of wind from the window.

Maita: Best Wishes – album review

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Thousand Yard Stare: The Panglossian Momentum – album review

There's plenty of 90s bands reformed over the years - Thousand Yard Stare were one of the most unlikely, but they're back, after a live record and two EPs - with their new album The Panglossian Momentum that's a fine addition to their underappreciated history.

Shaw & Grossfeldt: Klavier – album review

Shaw & Grossfeldt – Klavier   Drone Vinyl/Download/Stream Out on June 5 2020 7/10   The chance discovery of a...

Mad Daddy: EP#3 reviewed : Manx cats who rock the blues

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