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part 2 of Simone Butler from Primal Scream’s top 10 best bass players…

    6. Dee Dee Ramone:   The Ramones were rock and roll, end of story. People may look at what they're doing and say, "that's easy", but...

Jake Burns from Stiff Little Fingers Interviewed by Dave Jennings

From their 1979 debut of ‘Inflammable Material’ , one of punk’s landmark, and most angry albums and a range of issues beyond, to 2003’s outstanding ‘Guitar and Drum’, SLF have consistently focused on social issues, intolerance and injustice with a classic guitar driven sound.

The Lee Harveys: Gun City – album review

"a hook laden blend of rock n’ roll, pop and garage punk that reaffirms the timeless nature of 1977 style punk."

top 10 punk covers that were better than the originals – part 2

part one of top 10 punk covers is here 6. Baby I Love You - The Ramones When The Ramones could go no further with the...

Teenage Bottlerocket: Freak Out! – album review

A cracking little album by a band that are only going to get better. Unless the partying kills them, that is.

Revenge of the Psychotronic Man – interview

We chat to the band following the release of their latest album

God’s Lonely Men: Chemical Landslide – album review

,,, this is an album full of great punk guitar riffs, sing-along choruses and pile-driver instrumentation.

Recent Ace Records Releases Roundup

A round-up of the latest releases from Ace Records

New Artist of the Day: Shannon And The Clams

...the recipe: Gritty female vocals, a 1950s malt shop soundtrack and the aesthetics of garage rock.

The Wickerman Festival: Dundrennan, Scotland – live review.

The Wickerman is torched, the fireworks go off and that\'s it bar the dance tent for the hardy campers for another year.

Hollie Cook, Dub Pistols, Jimmy Cliff, Black Roots, Neneh Cherry – album reviews

LTW gave Ged Babey some recent overlooked reggae, jazz and dance releases to check out.

FIDLAR – New Band of the Day

The angst, grit and recklessness of true underground punk rock trailblazers.
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