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Delta Mainline: Oh! Enlightened – album review

"Even amongst the pain, attitude and anger on 'Oh! Enlightened', there is an uplifting sense of hope."

Nicky Tesco top 10 favourite albums part 2

Part one of Nicky Tesco top 10 albums is HERE Manu Chao – Clandestino I loved Mano Negra, always thought there was a little Members influence,...

Legacy of Nick Drake concert and remastered Bryter Layter release

Live album and concert to celebrate legacy while Bryter Layter is reissued.

Charlie Boyer & the Voyeurs, Filthy Boy: London – live review

We are currently on the verge of seeing and hearing a lot of these bands who a lot of people out there will enjoy voicing their opinions on soon because a lot of people will love these bands and a lot of people will swoon over the nonsense presented before their diminishing eyesight that they'll see on the telly and in the papers. It'll divide a nation. Some people won't like it. Hairdressers will all be made redundant and everyone will be stealing flowers out of people’s gardens just to tie them together and wrap them around their fuckin heads. As a neutral observer, I think this'll all be bloody brilliant entertainment.

Exclusive news – Ample Play Records announces spring/summer releases

New releases from Ample Play Records - exclusive news

Nico: The End – album review

Her fragility and quiet intensity shine through and perhaps hint at her personal demons which she confronted through drink, drugs and songwriting.

The Family Cat: Five Lives Left The Family Cat Anthology – album review

The family cat had such a broad palette. They were capable of euphoric rock-wig out, melancholy, introspection, mania, sensitive balladry, guitar pop perfection, experimentation, strident protest- at times all within the same song.

The Garbage and the Flowers: Eyes Rind As If Beggars album review

Most of the songs here are rough and ready Velvet Underground influenced sprawls.

Accrington Stanley: Exactly – album review

"Accrington Stanley, despite being named after a Lancashire football club are from Southampton"

The Dandy Warhols: Heaven, London – live review

For all their cooler-than-thou hipster attitude, when on form The Dandy Warhols are one of the best live bands around...

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

Mr Heart: The Unspeakable Mr Heart – album review

They are astounding in their vision, it’s one to listen to on your phone as you walk the city streets under a drab, battleship grey winter sky.

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