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Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son – Album Review

Album Review Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son  (Stolen Body Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Released 6 Sept 2019 Bristol art-punk noise / ranting poetry band...

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – Be For Real – Album Review

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes - Be For Real SoulMusic 3CD/DL Released 23rd August 2019 Subtitled The P.I.R Recordings (1972-1975), this new collection contains the first four...

Mutagénicos: 3 – album review

LOS MUTAGÉNICOS 3 Dirty Water Records LP / DL Out now! Spanish garage rock trio, Los Mutagénicos, return with their third album - a twisting and turning B-movie indebted...

Miss June: Bad Luck Party – album review

Miss June: Bad Luck Party (Frenchkiss Records) Out now DL/CD Whatever they are putting in the water in the Southern Hemisphere is working. Yet another Antipodean...

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-18 – album review

Theatre Royal: Singles 2010-2018 Vacilando 68 Recordings CD/DL Out now Twenty two infectious doses of straight-up power-pop that sound like classics, from the Lamacq-favoured Medway four-piece who we really...

Slade: Feel The Noize – The Singlez Box – album review

Slade Feel The Noize: The Singlez Box BMG Limited Edition box of 10 7” singles Released on 6 September 2019 Back in the early Seventies, Slade were the biggest pop...

King of Pigs: Hunger Filth Fear Death – Album review

King of Pigs - Hunger : Filth : Fear : Death (self released) The latest album from King of Pigs dishes up the best punk/HC...

Black Star Riders: Another State Of Grace – album review

Black Star Riders have long since thrown off the shackles of their emergence from the spirit of Thin Lizzy. They return with an absolutely belting rock album.

Goldie: Saturnz Return ’21st Anniversary Edition’ – reissue review

Goldie: Saturnz Return '21st Anniversary Edition' London Records LP/CD/DL Goldie's complicated follow up to Timeless gets the deluxe reissue treatment. Featuring the likes of Noel Gallagher, David...

Emptifish: Sonic Love – Album Review

Album Review Emptifish - Sonic Love  (Detour) CD / DL 8/10 Out now Legendary Portsmouth Surf-punk rock'n'roll band head into the Garage with guest drummer Rat Scabies.  It's a...

Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase. – album review

A chance to reappraise what in time will be considered a seminal album release. Hand. Cannot. Erase. from Steven Wilson.

Doctors Of Madness: Dark Times Album Review

The Doctors Of Madness bring out a new album, Dark Times, their first for 41 years.

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