Monday, February 17, 2020
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Crystal Stilts & Shrag – live

having fun at the Scalable

Zun Zun Egui: The Croft, Bristol – live review

Bristol fusion crew making a big impression

Silver Apples – live review

'..Time will tell how much longer Silver Apples will be able to tour for....'

Elbow – Manchester Cathedral gig – live review

high profile home town return for Elbow

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Manchester – live review

One thing is for sure - that Oasis reunion looks a long way off...

High decibel headfuck – live review of a noisenik band called Divorce

Divorce really hit their stride when their gait is slowed down to a lumbering metallic plod.

Noel Gallagher – Live review from debut solo gig

Dublin swoons at Noel Gallagher...

The fall and fall of The Fall

Colin B Morton witnesses the ugly side of The Fall.

The Blood Arm – live!

From cloakroom to dancefloor - Blood Arm are everywhere!

New Order – comeback gig reviewed

New Order return...without Peter review

Karima Francis – live review

Karma Francis...Review of best young singer/songwriter in the UK

The Specials – live review

'...A true national treasure and one of the greatest ever British bands, the Specials gig tonight was a triumph..'





Andrew Weatherall RIP

He was also the greatest DJ we have been in a room with with every set an adventure from rockabilly to dub to hard techno. Farewell genius.

Liverpool Sound City 2020: festival preview

Keith Goldhanger wants to bring to your attention Liverpool Sound City 2020.  Liverpool Sound City 1st-3rd...

Peel Slowly and See Festival – Shortparis, Neighbours Burning Neighbours, Cykada and more

St Petersburg’s sensational band Shortparis - first seen by this magazine in Ljubljana’s notorious...

Baxter Dury to headline new-look 2020 Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival Feb 21/25

Hastings Fat Tuesday Music Festival (21st - 25th February) is the UK’s largest Mardi Gras celebration and the fastest growing festival in the South-East, now in it's 11th year and still growing year on year.


Avant-garde artist Diamanda Galás’ debut album The Litanies of Satan - originally released on Y Records in 1982 - will be reissued on the artist’s own Intravenal Sound Operations