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Kasabian ‘Velociraptor’: album review

Number one lad rock band with forth album of groundbreaking music...

Balaclava ‘Crimes Of Faith’ – album review

2011 AD - Dark times; music tends to reflect the times - that being the case Balaclava sound mighty pissed off!

Blondie “Panic Of Girls” – album review

"Panic of Girls” is a breathe of fresh air to the fans of (reformed) Blondie.

Obake “Obake” – Album review

it\'s dark, very dark - this is like being pummelled, the bass which plumbs deep ravines

Jez Kerr “Numb Mouth Eat Waste” – Album review

Jez Kerr “Numb Mouth Eat Waste” Higuera Records CD ”“ Available 12th September 2011 (via Cargo) Jez Kerr is a musician with a weighty and well...

Track by track review of Red Hot Chili Peppers album

Track by track review of the new Red Hot Chili peppers album

The Rapture ‘In The Grace Of Your Love’ album review

one of the hippest band's in New York...but are they any good?

The Pokes ‘High Hopes’ – album review

There has always been a strong argument that folk music is the original rebel music...

Red Hot Chili Peppers album review 2

track by track album review

Citizen Fish ‘Goods’ – Album review

If the world is going to hell in a hand basket, then we might as well go whilst listening to a jaunty tune!

Sarandon release brilliant new album- review

a perfect stripped down exercise in jazz punk genius and a concept album

Peter Murphy ‘Ninth’ – Review

This a strong release, a return to form even..





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