We talk to Peter Hughes Jachimiak, one of the people who wrote sleeve notes for the upcoming mod boxset.
The Tour Of Synthetic Delights – Blancmange and Heaven 17: King Georges Hall, Blackburn – live review
The paring of these two groups as a live package is sheer genius.
Blondie (1976) 8/10 Plastic Letters (1978) 9/10 Parallel Lines (1978) 9.5/10 Eat To The Beat (1979) 8/10 Autoamerican (1980) 8/10 The Hunter (1982) 7/10 Reissued, repacked and (mostly) imperious sets...
Dave Jennings takes a fresh look at XTC’s mid-80s classic album, The Big Express.
Year Zero featuring The Damned, TV Smith, The Beat The Unity Works, Wakefield 11th Oct 2014 Wakefield's Unity Works plays host to a line-up of established and...
Jesus Jones return to tour their Doubt album - Christopher Lloyd enjoys the show but his mum would disapprove.
It's friendly, It's special. The beer's great. Can Fairport's Cropredy Convention live up to it's reputation? idp went to find out.
Equal parts punk and hippy, Bernie Torme is still channeling Hendrix riffs into incendiary live shows. Paul Copland-Gray is transported back in time, witnesses head-banging in Streatham.
80s band Del Amitri are currently on a tour of the UK with country twosome The O's. We were down at their Manchester date.
Adam Ant is back on tour this spring. It’s a run of dates that culminates in a key gig at the Hammersmith Apollo on April 19th where he will play the whole of his classic debut album, Dirk Wears White Sox. John Robb caught up with Adam as he prepared himslef to revisist that album and also move into the future with a a new record.
Louder Than War’s Nigel Carr caught up with Mike Bennet to discuss Glamnezia and everything glam, from its origins in English music hall, through the very first stirrings in the late sixties to the US crossover of glam and hair metal!
The Lovely Eggs announce new single 'Long Stem Carnations' and rescheduled tour dates: Lancaster's finest,...
Merseyside riff masters We're All Aliens take things down a notch on new single Second Chances.