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New band of the day: Brown Brogues

Single out in 2 weeks - and it's a classic

New band of the day – Roughneck Riot

A sound that could turn holy water to piss!!

New band of the day – Louise Distras Louise Distras ”“ An interview with a new acoustic-punk artist who is making a noise worth listening to this year. Spiders...

New band of the day: The Mean Things

Blistering pure trash!!!

It’s all about…Kat Mullen

It\'s impressive that Kat Mullen is only just at the beginning of her career as both her music and performances show great perfection and individuality of that normally found in much more experienced artists.

New band of the Day – Yuzima

Yuzima, whose music may be rooted in the New York projects but shows an ambition beyond that.

New band of the day: The Minnesota Voodoo Men

Frantic garage infused surf punk

New band of the day: Marry Another Liz from Back Street Indie has once again been trawling the bars*, the clubs*, the venues* and, well, the backstreets* of Manchester looking...

New band of the day: The Stags

Shake your body, move your ass, and feel the beat; it's Stags time!!

New band of the day: Howler Howler, a new young band based in Minneapolis who are set to release their debut album 'America Give Up' later this month...

Spaceface, The Merrylees – live review

The barrage of noise reminded me of the My Bloody Valentine live experience, although Spaceface are a lot more melodic than MBV

New band of the day : Akira The Don

filthy pop with breakbeat scuzz. kool!





Los Campesinos!: Islington Assembly Hall – live review

Los Campesinos return to the Capital to celebrate the 10th anniversery of their third album Romance is Boring. Louder Than War's Dave Beech was there.

Brian James from the Damned says music needs a ‘kick up the arse’ in Guardian interview but is he right?

a recent interview in the Guardian the brilliant Brian James - who was the guitarist, songwriter and mastermind behind the first two Damned albums claims that music needs a kick up the arse.

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage – album review

Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage Thrill Jockey Records LP/CD/DL Out Now! Buy This...

DIIV: SWX, Bristol – live review

DIIV SWX, Bristol 22nd February 2020 Shoegazers DIIV kick off their UK tour behind their new album...

Les Amazones D’Afrique ‘AMAZONES POWER’ : album review ‘5 star release from Mali of modern African women empowering pop’

This is no retro world music exercise though but thoroughly modern 21st-century pop record and so it should be. Music should never be made for musicologists and Les Amazones D'Afrique combination of homespun melody and modern urban pop is stunningly effective.