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Para Vista Social Club ‘Scott and Charlene’s Wedding’ – album review

Para Vista Social Club 'Scott and Charlene’s Wedding' (Critical Heights Records) CD/LP/DL Released Nov 12th (UK), Nov 27th (USA) Remember the Velvet Underground? Anyone? I thought so....

The Killers: Battle Born – album review

But for now at least, it’s certainly a case of job done.

The Hickey Underworld – I’m Under the House, I’m Dying – album review

This is creative, killer music that deserves to be heard.

Falling Stacks – EP review

Hard as nails with a sharp edge and a funk wobble underneath.

Pohl – Pohlsmoker – EP review

Relentless riffs and window-shaking beats.

P.O.S: We Don’t Even Live Here – album review

He writes good stuff, delivers it well, has attitude, but brains as well.

Robert Soko ‘Balkan Beats SoundLab’ – album review

Robert Soko 'Balkan Beats SoundLab' (Piranha Music) CD/LP Release Date 30 October 2012 This is a strange, if slightly endearing animal. According to the release Sheet, Robert Soko...

The Jim Jones Revue ‘The Savage Heart’ – album review

The Jim Jones Revue 'The Savage Heart' (Punk Rock Blues Records/PIAS) CD/LP/DL Released 15th October 2012 Notorious for their maniacal high-energy shows, The Jim Jones Revue...

Tame Impala: Lonerism – album review

Tame Impala: Lonerism (Modular Recordings) CD/DL/LP Out: Now Second offering from the Australian psyche-rock outsiders, led by Kevin Parker. The release of Lonerism marks the triumphant return...

Allah-Las – Allah-Las – album review

An album of simple pleasure harking back to simpler times.

Danko Jones ‘Rock & Roll is Black & Blue’ – album review

What is obvious is that this guy must think about sex 25 hours a day!

Adam Ant: New York City – live review

Adam Ant : New York : live review





Government pledges money to virus beleaguered arts and music sector

Big news is that the government has changed its mind and has pledged money towards the virus beleaguered arts and music sector. The various campaigns from across the board and the many different organisations have seen a change of heart and a welcome and life saving funding...

Various Artists – Surrender To The Rhythm – album review

  Various Artists - Surrender To The Rhythm Grapefruit 3CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 Subtitled "The London Pub Rock...

Exit-Stance: Retch With Mother – LP review

Exit-Stance - Retch With Mother (Grow Your Own) 10"/DL OUT NOW The latest in a series of...

Tommy And The Commies: Hurtin’ 4 Certain – EP review

TOMMY AND THE COMMIES HURTIN' 4 CERTAIN Slovenly Recordings 7" / DL Out 17 July, 2020   Canada's Tommy And...

John Gannon : legendary Manchester DJ : RIP

John Gannon’s nights at the Ritz saw that venue’s famous sprung dance floor witness all manner of drunken wonk dancing, goth meandering and indie shuffling as well as bands being formed, relationships starting and the possibilities of life and music being explored to his glorious soundtrack that brought people together and turned them onto the possibilities of music.