Thursday, January 23, 2020
Home Bands Pulp


I LIKE TRAINS: The Beacons EP – album review

The new EP from I LIKE TRAINS impresses our man Nick Wood.

Cut Hands: Black Mamba – ep review

..... it shows how far Mr Bennett has progressed his sound.

New artist of the day : Faerground Accidents

Best new band we've heard all year?

Boomtown Fair – live review

A massive review of the wonderful Boomtown Fair

The Various Artists – Solo Album – album review

A re-release of The Various Artists 1980 indie pop Solo Album

The Crookes – London – live review

The Crookes\' songs need to be heard by the masses.

Doyle & The Fourfathers – An Interview.


Johnny Marr hints at Smiths reformation

Smiths reform story re-emerges...





The Callas with Lee Ranaldo: Video exclusive and album re-release – news

The Callas, the Greek artistic squad producing music, artworks, films, magazines, events, and art...

A Fantasy Alternative James Bond Theme From Manchester With Love…

  A Fantasy Alternative James Bond Theme From Manchester With Love... If Bond had come From...

LTW’s Simon Tucker Trawls Through The Radiohead Public Library

With the opening of the Radiohead "Public Library", a massive online archive of everything...

Super Weird Substance join forces with Bella Technika for tripped out psychedisco grooves : sounds great

wonk grooves with primal vocal evoke the halcyon days of house music. Idiosyncratic slicing the hypnotically repeated vocals in and out of chugging psychedisco grooves.

Nightingales announce new album and tour

2020 is looking like an exciting year for the Nightingales. Following the UK tour the group are due to play their first gigs in Spain and Portugal, with more European dates lined up for later in the year. Meanwhile, “King Rocker”, a documentary feature film about Robert Lloyd and the Nightingales, is currently in the final edit