A stellar line up topped off by the brilliant LVL UP, with their constant twists and turns leaving us aghast at their brilliance.
An incredible debut from Derby's Unqualified Nurse Band as they traverse genres with ease and create a sonic masterpiece.
Don’t Take My TV, the second long-player from fun-loving Leeds four-piece Nervous Twitch, was first released in cassette form back in February. Odd Box Records have now seen fit to grant this vital indie-pop document the status it undoubtedly deserves, and reissued it on instantly collectible clear vinyl.
Squirrel Records, Indie-pop, punk rock, Compilation, double CD, album review, Glenn Airey. Venerable punk rock and indie label Squirrel is calling it a day after hitting 45 (well, nearly).
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Up Jumped the Devil: The Real Life of Robert Johnson – Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlow – book review
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The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”