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Ace Records latest reissues: CD reviews

more from Ace Records treasure trove of great songs

Gorillaz – singles compilation: album review

The Gorillaz singles compilation signposts 21st century pop culture perfectly...

Doyle and the Fourfathers – album review

D&TF as they are known for short, are a four-piece band from Southampton who managed to captivate me within a few minutes of listening to one of their songs.

Case ‘Ain’t Gonna Dance’ – album review

Legendary - and for once I think the term is justified…

Betraeus ‘Towards the Sun’ – EP review

Gritty and at times haunting vocals with harsh and blistering guitar riffs.

Dirty North – album review

"Dirty North are one of those bands everyone should be talking about"

Sunn O))) ‘ØØ Void’ – review

Without doubt one of the most challenging and powerful records I have ever heard...

Thee Spivs ‘Black And White Memories’ – review Thee Spivs “Black And White Memories” Damaged Goods Records (DAMGOOD 383) CD/LP/DL ”“ Available 14th November 2011 Second album from London based Thee Spivs, the follow...

The Noname ‘That Is What We Believe’ – review

It\'s a throw back maybe to the initial days of snotty street punk...





Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020

Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020 Its cold, its wet, its January, arguably...

Major exhibition of great images from key Manchester photographer announced

David Gleave's stark black and whites really capture the grit of a city that is fast forwarding into a different future as it morphs from the post industrial city to the post punk city

CHECK MASSES release debut single – edgy take on Massive Attack/Gorillaz listen here

Sitting somewhere in that bricolage world of TV on the Radio, David Holmes, David Lynch, Ennio Morricone, Massive Attack, Gorillaz the song is a catchy and compulsive slice of 21st century pop but with a post punk edge.

Alien Tango: Dalston Victoria, London – live review

Alien Tango Dalston Victoria, London 10th January 2020 Alien Tango caught the attention of Keith Goldhanger at...

DARWIN ‘SO FEW COMETS’ Album Review : ‘brilliant eclectic atmospheric release with Bauhaus connections’

A music that matches the the devastation caused by the raging fires in 2017 that left the beautiful Californian landscape mirroring a barren, desolate, bare, lifeless backdrop