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Armitage Shanks: Look Out Here Comes Uncle John – single review / video premiere!

Single Review Armitage Shanks: Look Out Here Comes Uncle John (Spinout Nuggets) Vinyl 7 inch only Out today, 29 November 2019 Medway Punk legends, 'national treasures', Garage Punk...

Alternative TV – Primitive Emotions – album review

Alternative TV - Primitive Emotions Winter Hill CD/DL Out now Collection that rounds up single, EP and compilation tracks recorded by Mark Perry's long running Alternative TV from...

The Flys: Today Belongs To Me – album review

  The Flys - Today Belongs To Me Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 29th November 2019 A new 2CD collection subtitled The Complete Recordings 1977 - 1980, this set features...

Mick Ronson – Only After Dark – album review

Mick Ronson - Only After Dark Cherry Red 4CD/DL Released 29th November 2019 The complete Mainman recordings by virtuoso guitarist Mick Ronson, including the albums Slaughter On 10th...

The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can – album review

Album Review  The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can  (Breaking Down) CD / DL   Out now 8/10 Bristol band of 'Velvets go bossa-nova country' dabblers make exceptional Sunday afternoon...

Marcus Hamblett – Detritus – album review

Instrumental wizard Marcus Hamblett is back with his second solo release, Detritus, after 2015’s much lauded LP Concrete.

Friends Again – Trapped And Unwrapped – album review

Friends Again - Trapped And Unwrapped Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 29th November 2019 Expanded 2 disc reissue of the Glasgow pop band's sole album, with a whole raft...

The King Khan Experience – Turkey Ride: album review

THE KING KHAN EXPERIENCE TURKEY RIDE Khannibalism / Ernest Jenning Record Co. LP / DL Out now!   Canadian garage chameleon releases a mixed bag solo record which sheds a...

Declan Welsh & The Decadent West: Cheaply Bought Expensively Sold – album review

Declan Wesh & The Decadent West bring out their debut album, Cheaply Bought Expensively Sold.

Spearmint: Are You From the Future? – album review

Spearmint – Are You From the Future? (hitBACK) DL/CD/Ltd LP Out Now Spearmint return with an album that reveals itself as a late contender for the end of...

Scott H. Biram: Sold Out To The Devil – album review

Scott H. Biram Sold Out To The Devil (Bloodshot Records) CD/LP/DL Released: 22nd November 2019 9/10 Hiram Biram compiles his gospel-tinged songs. Since the beginning of the millennium...

Various Artists – Further Perspectives & Distortion – album review

Various Artists - Further Perspectives & Distortion Cherry Red 3CD/DL Released 22nd November 2019 New set which chooses as its theme the experimental criss cross between pre and...

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Nile Marr : interview about his new EP and a musician’s life

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.”