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Album of the Day : All The Saints – ‘Intro To Fractions’

It grows bigger as you listen, and listen you should: the guitar has a long way to travel still.

PIL ‘First Issue’ re-evaluated

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share In light of the recent furore concerning Jah Wobble and Keith Levene confirming their intention to perform 'Metal Box' in dub (LTW Interview)...

album review : Field Music – ‘Plumb’

Plumb has more ideas in its little finger than the collective creators of the 2012 hit parade put together

Geek Chic and the Comic Book Soul: Jeffrey Lewis – A Turn in the Dream Songs

Continuing our sweep-up of albums we may have overlooked in the past twelve months, Mark Ray has taken a look back at A Turn in the Dream Songs from Jeffrey Lewis.

album of the day Pettybone ‘From Desperate Times Come Radical Minds’

Every song is packed with rage and emotion and the pace varies from full-on \'power-violence\' to see-sawing dirge

Album of the day: Mark Lanegan Band ‘Blues Funeral’ – album review

'A foray into the nether world of the demimonde where corrosiveneas, debauchery and whisky soaked thoughts all conspire to be heard...'

Merry Hell ‘BLINK… And You Miss It’ – album review

What is transparent throughout is the sheer quality of the song writing...

THERAPY? ‘A Brief Crack Of Light’ – album review

A far more important band than they\'re given credit for...

Waters – Out In The Light

Take the album as a whole and you are transported back to the guitar-as-heart music of the early 90s, and wonderful flavours of Jane\'s Addiction and Smashing Pumpkins come through readily

Air ‘Le Voyage dans la Lune’ – album review

No, it\'s not perfect, but then again some of the most beautiful and pioneering art is born out of imperfection... just as it was back in 1902

Ace Records latest reissues reviewed

more classic releases reviewed...

Cloud Nothings – Attack on Memory

If you like Albini\'s peers and have a soft spot for raw, emotive songs that grab you by the throat and leave you singing along and dancing around your room, this is definitely for you.





You’re A Face: Bold Glum – album review

You're a Face: Bold Glum (self-released) DL 23rd March 2020 9/10 Bold Glum is the 10th album...

LISTEN! Ed Blaney new single ‘Othello’ : it’s brilliant and bonkers

I've played it ten times in a row and it doesnt lose an ounce of its mystery and its directness or its powerful poetry or its power from its pounding drums and massive northern psych stained chorus

Laundromat: Slow Clap – Single Review

Brighton based Laundromat release their second track in advance of their debut EP.

Lester Square & Craig Gannon: Cuts EP Review

Lester Square & Craig Gannon Cuts EP (Self-released) DL/Streaming Released: April 1st, 2020 7/10 Square and Gannon...

The Spitfires: (Just Won’t) Keep Me Down – Single Review

The aptly named Watford based outfit The Spitfires return with a new spiky tune.