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Zior – Before My Eyes Go Blind – Album Review

Zior - Before My Eyes Go Blind Grapefruit 4CD/DL Released 30th August 2019 Boxset colleting all the recordings by the Southend based proto-Metal act Zior, including the self-titled...

Underneath the Stars Festival 2019: Cawthorne – review – part one

Gareth Allen looks back over the first two days of the 2019 Underneath The Stars Festival featuring headliners Billy Bragg and The Proclaimers.

Skunk Anansie: Manchester Academy – live review

Skunk Anansie | Queen Zee Manchester Academy 19th August 2019 Rock band Skunk Anansie are touring to celebrate both their 25th anniversary and a brand new live...

Green Man Festival 2019 – live review

Green Man Festival Brecon Beacons, Wales 15 - 18 August 2019 James Ayles takes a trip to the Brecon Beacons for Green Man Festival and is rewarded...

New Artist of the Day: Wrexham-based The Cazales Talk Touring and EP Releases

Since forming in 2015 The Cazales have proven themselves to be an upbeat and vibrant indie pop quintet based in Wrexham, North Wales. Having just...

WATCH THIS! Time for T Address the Toxicity Modern Life on ‘Screenshot’ [LTW Premiere]

Time for T address the toxicity modern life on new single 'Screenshot'.

Aidan O’Rourke: 365 Volume 2 – album review

A second selection of pieces from the massive 365, tune a day, project from Scottish fiddler and composer Aidan O'Rourke.

Duck Thieves: Dance Like A Duck Thief EP Review

Duck Thieves Dance Like A Duck Thief (Bandcamp) CD/DL Released: Out now.   Fourth release from Coventry band who hope to make you dance like a duck...

Danny Pedler & Greg Russell: Field And Dyke – album review

With Field And Dyke, Danny Pedler and Greg Russell do some joined-up thinking on the folk arts.

Various Artists – New Moon’s In The Sky – Album Review

Various Artists - New Moon's In The Sky Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 23rd August 2019 Subtitled "The British Progressive Pop Sounds Of 1970" this set finds out how the...

Things we didn’t know a month ago: July 2019

Keith Goldhanger brings us up to date with a few recent discoveries that came to his attention during July 2019. An inconsistent theme running through...

Tim Walsh – Northside guitarist RIP

Tim Walsh - Northside guitarist RIP. One of the shining lights of the Madchester scene Northside guitarist Time Walsh has died

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