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Elton John | Foy Vance: Lincolnshire Showground – live review

Put simply he sounds bloody marvellous and he keeps sounding bloody marvellous for over two hours

Todd Rundgren: Live at the Forum London 1994 – album review

Todd Rundgren Live at the Forum London 1994 Esoteric Recordings Double CD Out now. American music fans have always seen Todd Rundgren as a visionary and on this album...

The Migrant: Flood – album review

The Migrant: Flood (Rockpie) LP/CD/DL Available 11/12/2015 7/10 Released via new Cardiff imprint, Rockpie, The Flood is Denmark's The Migrant's third album. Simon Tucker reviews. It's not hard to...

The Spewmen: War – album review

The Spewmen - War (Closer Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Rating: 8/10 Available now   Joe Whyte reports on The Spewmen's album release and finds something a little out of the ordinary from...

Recent Ace Records Releases by Ian Johnston – Sept 2015

Ian Johnston brings us his latest round-up of vital releases from Ace Records, probably the best re-issue label in the world.

Motorhead: Bad Magic – album review

Motorhead Bad Magic (UDR Records) Out Now Prolific UK metallers Motorhead return with another album. Louder Than War's Martin Haslam reviews. Another year, another Motorhead album? Well, yes,...

Michael Head Of The Pale Fountains And Shack, Returns With A Raft Of Re-Releases And Rarities

Michael Head of The Pale Fountains and Shack, returns with a raft of re-releases and rarities.

Holy Holy: Live The Man Who Sold The World! – album review

Holy Holy - Live The Man Who Sold The World! CD | DL | LP Out Now A live recording of Tony Visconti And Woody Woodmansey's band, Holy Holy,...

Graham Parker and The Rumour: Mystery Glue – album review

New album from '70s nearly man Graham Parker proves to be a real good 'un. Joe Whyte reviews.

Josh Rouse: Kings Place, London – live review

Josh Rouse returned to London to promote his recently released LP "The Embers Of Time"

Status Quo | Terry And Gerry: Sheffield City Hall – live and picture review

Sheffield takes a break from the snooker to welcome the legendary (and of course mighty) rockers Status Quo with skiffle aces Terry and Gerry in support.

Tony O’Malley | The Standard Lamps: Half Moon, Putney, London – live review

UK soul legend Tony O'Malley and newcomers The Standard Lamps play at one of London's best music venues.

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