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Lee Ranaldo – Between the Times and the Tides : album review

the George Harrison of Sonic Youth steps out...

Flats ‘Better Living’ – album review

A cavernous bass opens \'Foxtrot\' and we are deep into extreme metal territory - this is heavy, and loud, very loud

Happy Martyr : album review

Boz Boorer teams up with Alex Lusty

Nothing But Noise ‘Not Bleeding Red’ – album review

The tracks on \'Not Bleeding Red\' are both expressive and expansive, conjuring visions of utopian mega-cities

Monkey Island / The Dublo – split 10″ – review

A teaser that provokes the urge to hear more...

Siouxsie And The Banshees: ‘The Scream’ — a reappraisal

As word reaches LTW that there is something afoot this year in The Banshees camp, it\'s maybe high time for a look back at their debut album,

Blood Red Shoes ‘In Time To Voices’ : album review

Brighton band deliver the key knock out album

Various Artists ‘Fame: Jon Savage’s Secret History Of Post-Punk 1977-81’ – album review, interview & launch party…

These are only the most seriously new-sounding, intense and uncompromising sounds from the era

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