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Lindemann: O2 Forum, London – live review

Lindemann O2 Forum, Kentish Town, London Sunday February 23rd 2020 Sophie Sparham went along to check out Lindemann, a German-Swedish industrial metal super-duo created by Rammstein...

P.E. “Person” – album review

P.E. "Person" (Wharf Cat Records) LP | CD | DL Rel Date: 7th March 2020 P.E. hail from the fertile New York art-punk underground, a loose (un)collective...

Cornershop: England Is A Garden – album review.

Wayne AMF Carey reviews the latest from Cornershop. Who have been around the block. And the corner....

The Other Two – The Other Two & You & Super Highways – album review

The Other Two - The Other Two And You and Super Highways Factory Benelux CD/Vinyl Out now Reissues of the two albums cut by the New Order duo...

Best Coast: Always Tomorrow – album review

Best Coast Always Tomorrow (Concord) 8/10 “People can change,” sings Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino on the duo’s first album for five years. If that statement is true of...

Close Lobsters: Post Neo Anti – album review

CLOSE LOBSTERS - POST NEO ANTI (Last Night from Glasgow) Out Now Vinyl/CD/DL/Stream Last Night From Glasgow prove they know their stuff once again by releasing one of...

Blue Rose Code: The Water of Leith Live – album review

Blue Rose Code: The Water of Leith Live (Ronachan Songs) CD and Digital Available now Blue Rose Code is the creative vehicle of the fabulously talented singer...

Dionne Warwick – Deja Vu The Arista Recordings – album review

Dionne Warwick - Deja Vu The Arista Recordings SoulMusic Recordings 12CD/DL Released 28th February 2020 Huge boxset containing everything Dionne Warwick recorded for Arista Records over her fifteen...

Baxter Dury: The Night Chancers – album review

Baxter Dury The Night Chancers Rough Trade DL/CD/LP Released March 20th 2020 Baxter Dury releases his sixth album. Rhys Delany reviews for Louder Than War. I have always found Baxter...

Deja Vega: Who We Are – single review

Deja Vega release a superb taster single, Who We Are, ahead of the release of their second album due for release this October.

Blanck Mass Announces Debut Score

Blanck Mass has today announced details of his debut score 'Calm With Horses' which is to be released via Invada Records. Calm With Horses, Nick...

Thee Hypnotics announce support acts for UK & European 2020 spring tour

Thee Hypnotics have confirmed the full supporting bill for upcoming UK and European tour. In addition to topping the bill at the Fuzzville Festival...

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The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”