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Michael Head Of The Pale Fountains And Shack, Returns With A Raft Of Re-Releases And Rarities

Michael Head of The Pale Fountains and Shack, returns with a raft of re-releases and rarities.

Todd Rundgren: Global – album review

Dom Walsh reviews the new Todd Rundgren album.

The Plimsoul: The live albums – albums review

Well known in the US due to their appearance in the movie "Valley Girl" , the Plimsouls were a band who failed to transfer the power of their shows on tape.

The Specials: The Specials, More Specials, In The Studio – album review

In a General Election year, this reissue of music by Coventry's The Specials serves as a timely reminder of the power of music.

The Big Sound Authority: An Inward Revolution – album review

An Inward Revolution is one of those forgotten gems

Carter Tutti Plays Chris & Cosey: Heaven, London – live review

Louder Than War’s Paul Margree catches the seminal electronic duo’s final Chris & Cosey remix show before they blast off into a new sonic universe.

Thrashing Doves: Bedrock Vice – album review

an essential addition to any music collection.

Pixies: Doolittle 25 – album review

Simon Tucker reviews the 25th anniversary edition of the Pixies second album, Doolittle, quite possibly their magnum opus.

UB40: Fairfield Halls, Croydon – live review

UB40 Fairfield Halls, Croydon 6th November 2014 Fresh off the back of his recent interview with the reggae greats Martin Copland-Gray catches them playing a storming set...

New Band of the Day: Morning Smoke

Brighton-based noisy post-punkers Morning Smoke catch up with Dave Beech, talking about their forthcoming single, washing up duties and more.

The Jam: Setting Sons – album review

The Jam are getting the Super Deluxe treatment for 'Setting Sons'.

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