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Knifeworld – live in London

David Barnett watches Knifeworld launch their brilliantly-named EP, "Dear Lord, No Deal."

(Ex Husker Du) Grant Hart – live review

Just a man and his guitar, and an appreciative crowd. Simple format, sterling results.

John Cleese live review from Oxford

Monty Python funny men back on the boards

The Long Division Festival – An overview

  Long Division Festival Various venues in Wakefield Saturday 11th June 2011 Cath Aubergine for Louder Than War Over the past few years there's been a proliferation in the...

The Horrors – live review

Band preview new album tracks and sound great...

Live review: Kitty Daisy & Lewis

Jo Bliss watches the siblings going down to the (west) country.

Live review: Kitty Daisy & Lewis

Jo Bliss watches the siblings going down to the (west) country.

Live review: The Fugs at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Colin B Morton goes to London to hear The Fugs' announce: "This song is in the key of metaphysical distress."

Stiff Little Fingers live in Brooklyn – a review

Triumphant US tour ends in Brooklyn

Tribes – London’s most popular new band? live review

Tribes are the fastest rising new band in the UK right now

Live review – Tape The Radio

London indie three-piece launch their debut album with a night of darkness and light.





Cerebros Exprimidos: Las Maquetas 1985 – 1988 – album review

Cerebros Exprimidos - Las Maquetas 1985 - 1988 (Punkaway) CD Out Now The demos by Mallorcan hardcore...

Metronomy: The O2 Institute, Birmingham – live review

Metronomy The o2 Institute, Birmingham November 16th 2019 Metronomy bring the UK leg of their successful ‘Metronomy...


Of course this was always going to a great experience. Anton never lets you down and the second single taken from their album, Ghost Rider’ is tripped out lysergic ooze and a wonderful suspension of belief

Werewolf – film review

Werewolf (2018) Director: Adrian Panek Cast: Kamil Polnisiak, Sonia Mietielica, Nicolas Przygoda, Run Time: 88 minutes Subtitles:...

Deja Vega: Deja Vega – album review

One of the albums of the year gets the once over from Wayne AF Carey. A promising debut which will stun your senses.