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PJ Harvey: The Hope Six Demolition Project – album review

"Divisive, enthralling, avant-garde, multi-textured and thrilling" - we review PJ Harvey's The Hope Six Demolition Project album

News: PJ Harvey Unveils New Video

The incomparable PJ Harvey unveils the incredible video for The Community of Hope.

News: PJ Harvey Unveils Video for The Wheel

Following the announcement of her upcoming album The Hope Six Demolition Project, today PJ Harvey has released the video for The Wheel.

News: PJ Harvey – Album Teaser

PJ Harvey has teased us with a very brief excerpt, of what is to be expected from the follow up to Let England Shake which is due in Spring 2016.

John Parish: Screenplay – album review

‘Screenplay’ is nineteen tracks of innovative, inventive, beautiful, daring creativity.

Mick Harvey: FOUR (Acts of Love) – album review

Mick Harvey has produced a fantastic record that deserves to be listened to, appreciated…and loved.

Mel Dymond interview by favio db overclock

"I think that music usually loses something when it becomes mainstream."

Thought Forms: Ghost Mountain – album review

The title itself is a reference to a large mountain range the size of the Alps that is hidden under the snow and ice of Antarctica. This metaphor is not only extremely apt for the music within but for the band themselves as I have a feeling that once people start connecting with this album, Thought Forms will not be hidden for much longer.

The Brits: Firing Blanks Again

Aside from Sandé, the night belonged to Mumford and Sons, four hugely punchable Cameron-endorsed pricks

Cold In Berlin: And Yet – album review

London band Cold in Berlin have been embraced by Goth, Punk and Rock scenes alike thanks to their dark & heavy sound.

Mary Epworth – Dream Life – album review

A beguiling mix of English pastoral folk, prog rock and experimentalism.

Katzenjammer Interview by Elisabeth Robson

What I love about Katzenjammer is that you have brought harmonising back - like in the 60\'s...

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