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Columbia Mills : CCTV – album review

Columbia Mills CCTV Sophomore  (CD/Vinyl / Download) **** Out now   Here's what one of us sometimes refers to as a monster coming from over a hill. A band that...

Sparks: A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip – album review

Sparks have been making their idiosyncratic brand of quirky pop since the Sixties. Now, after 53 years, the Mael brothers may have reached their creative peak, says Tim Cooper.

The Kopek Millionaires: Love And Loud Guitars – album review

The Kopek Millionaires: Love And Loud Guitars (Kopek Records) CD | DL Available now Manchester based The Kopek Millionaires have just dropped the limited edition six track...

The Revillos – Stratoplay The Box Set – album review

  The Revillos - Stratoplay The Box Set Cherry Red 6CD/DL Released 24 April 2020 New collection which includes both of the Revillos' albums Rev Up! and Attack!, plus...

Clancy Eccles & Friends:Top Of The Ladder – album review

Clancy Eccles & Friends:Top Of The Ladder (Doctor Bird) 2CD/DL Released 8 May 2020 New 2CD compilation of Clancy Eccles' productions from 1970 to 1972 based around...

Ghostpoet: I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep – album review

Ghostpoet – I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep Play It Again Sam Vinyl/CD/Stream 8/10 Buy the album here Ghostpoet’s fifth album is an eerie and prescient mediation...

Listen to This! Manchester’s The 99 Degree Get Swampy On New Single John The Killer

Manchester garage punks The 99 Degree return with new single John The Killer.

Sleaford Mods: All That Glue – album review

    Sleaford Mods - All That Glue Rough Trade Records CD/DL/vinyl Released on May 15th 2020 9/10 Buy it here Jason Williamson is the poet laureate of our nation’s underclass as...

Turnstiles: I.D.C – Single Review

New band Turnstiles release their fourth single I.D.C. It's a blast of cynical punk energy. Dave Beer reviews the single and wonders about the role of punk in the wider malaise.

Wheel – interview

Wheel are one of the most exciting and dynamic new metal bands around, and have been capturing the hearts and imaginations of metal heads...

Time For Action: United In The City EP review

Time For Action United In The City EP CD/DL here The Manc punks return with four new tracks that hit the spot without being flash and they...

Shabaka And The Ancestors: We Are Sent Here By History – album review

Shabaka and the Ancestors - We Are Sent Here By History Impulse Records CD|LP|DL Out Now! 8.5/10 Our extinction as a species is a-coming and this is the soundtrack...
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