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Social Distortion – Dublin – live review

The band get a raucous welcome on their first ever Irish date.

Rancid : Rebellion Festival live review of the punk legends

Rancid Rebellion Festival August 2012 Live Review     Its packed in here. I would say packed to the rafters but there are no rafters in the venue just the...

Paranoid Visions, Loaded 44, Liz is Evil and the Dubtones – Dublin – live review

We take a look at the Irish bands on Rebellion's line-up this weekend

Mick Crudge from Blackpool punk legends The Fits Top 10.

Mick Crudge from The Fits shares his top 10 favourite albums with us.

Voodoogoo ready for second night in Coventry

Coventry gets set for second Voodoogoo night at The Arches Club.

Spear Of destiny: Winchester – live review

A truly majestic show by a criminally under-rated but much-loved band.

Punk Til You p-Uke – The Rise and Rise of Ukulele Punk

While more and more people of all ages are trying it out, the punks are doing it the way they\'ve always done - for themselves and for the people.

CBGB Festival Update: Part One – live review

Despite the minimalist set of just Matlock and his acoustic guitar, his performance was engaging.

Wilko Johnson Interview

There are few performers in modern music who really deserve the \'legend\' title, but I was recently lucky enough to speak to one of them

Stone Roses: The Flower Show, 1985. A Recollection.

The warehouse was lit by floodlighting, so it was actually quite bright inside and there were crates dotted about.

The Urban Voodoo Machine @ Glasgow – live review

Think spaghetti western meets The Clash at the wildest funeral you\'ve ever been at and you\'re still not that close.

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