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Peter Hook & The Light: Holmfirth – live review

first up is a stunning 'Dead Souls' (a familiar Joy Division set opener, so played as the band could balance the sound to it

Double Dagger: 333 – album review

a fitting epitaph to one of Baltimore’s most influential bands.

Delphic: Leeds – live review

Delphic succeed in easily getting the crowd into the gig, especially the young teenage girls down the front who jump around with the sheer joy and reckless abandon that many people experience when seeing their favourite band for this first time.

Funeral For A Friend & Such Gold: Brighton – live review

Led by frenzied frontman Matt Davies, they soon turn the throng into a heaving mass of stagedivers and The Haunt is soon a throbbing mosh pit.

Peter Hook and The Light: Coventry – live review

A moving and emotional tak on Unknown Pleasures.

Kill Pretty: Dark Heart – album review

Kill Pretty are the true sound of back-street Manchester and its boroughs and you can hear it in their music

Music for Cities: Manchester – picture special

Our picture special from last week's Music for Cities charity gig in Manchester

Access One Step & The Man Who Killed The Hamsters – book reviews

An essential read for any Manc post-punk fan and pretty indispensable for people like me who’ve never set foot in the city.

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

Peter Hook announces new book and promo tour…

'Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division' By Peter Hook Published in Hardback by Simon & Schuster UK 1st October, 2012 In the frank, upfront and indelibly personal style that...

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