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Mick Harvey – Exclusive LTW Review/Interview

Mick Harvey 'SKETCHES FROM THE BOOK OF THE DEAD' & INTERVIEW BY IAN JOHNSTON Copyright © Ian Johnston 2011 On an incredibly hot and sunny...

Hired Muscle ‘The Last Minute’ – Album review

Hired Muscle ”“ 'The Last Minute' (Fortissimo) Amongst the clatter and scatter of guitars lie a jumble of lyrics that I desperately want to quote,...

Noah And The Whale – Last Night On Earth

Gavin Dyda reviews the new album

UK Subs ‘Work In Progress’ – album review

album 24 shows no sign of middle aged spread...

Poly Styrene – Generation Indigo – album review

great comeback from highly influential punk icon

Elbow: Build A Rocket Boys – a review

Elbow have carved out a uniquely English space for themselves that puts them far ahead of their peers

New York Dolls – Dancing Backwards In High Heels – LP review

New York Dolls 'Dancing Backwards In High Heels' album review New York Dolls myspace Since the legendary New York Dolls reformed in 2004, at Morrissey's request for his...

Last of the country gentlemen: Josh T. Pearson LP Review – by Ian Johnston

Josh T. Pearson\'s debut solo album is a solid gold classic. No debate, take it or leave it.

Rudimentary Peni interview from 1982 – by Winston Smith

There was this band y'see, who played the most exciting, devilishly quirky punk that many people had ever heard, and who dressed in a way which the majority of those people had least expected them to.

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