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Meatraffle: Bastard Music – album review

After four years, Meatraffle finally sees the release of their second album, Bastard Music. Rhys Delany reviews for Louder Than War

Watch This! Texas-based Quartet Saint Blonde Share New Single ‘Love Me Instead’.

Texas-based quartet Saint Blonde share new single ‘Love Me Instead’.

Loud Women Fest 4 (14th Sept 2019 London N19) Preview & amazing video playlist

Loud Women Fest 4 (14th Sept 2019 London N19) Preview & amazing video playlist... Women with guitars have been making a lot of noise in 2019. ...

The Armoires – Zibaldone – Album Review

The Armoires - Zibaldone Big Stir CD/Vinyl Out Now The second album by Psych/Pop band the Armoires, who feature the Big Stir label's founders Christina Bulbenko and Rex...

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 – album review

Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 (1978-2001) Gare Du Nord 2XLP/CD Twenty-song double album of kick-ass cover versions, saluting over two decades of post-punk, indie pop and all-round good shizzle, with...

One Way System: 1981-1984 – Album Review

3CD boxset brings together everything UK Punk band One Way System recorded in the early 1980s.

Slipknot: We Are Not Your Kind – album review

Slipknot, the most unlikely heroes of the damaged and dissonant. We Are Not Your Kind - is it the biggest metal album of the last decade or just more of the same?

Prophets Of Rage: O2 Shepherds Bush Empire – photo review

Prophets Of Rage O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London 11th August 2019 As Prophets Of Rage stopped in at Shepherds Bush as part of their European tour, Naomi...

Alexander Tucker: Guild of the Asbestos Weaver – album review

Alexander Tucker: Guild of the Asbestos Weaver Thrill Jockey LP/CD/DL 23/08/2019 Eighth studio album by maverick pop genius Alexander Tucker sees him get inspired by dreamscapes, graphic novels,...

Bat For Lashes: Lost Girls – album review

Bat For Lashes Lost Girls Awal Recordings LP/CD/Cassette 6th September 9/10 For her new album, Lost Girls, Natasha Khan has dived headlong into the sonic and visual worlds of 1980s...

The Psychedelic Furs – 2019 UK Tour preview and idiosyncratic career retrospective

The Psychedelic Furs  - 2019 UK Tour preview and idiosyncratic  career retrospective the official word is... The Psychedelic Furs are coming back to the UK for a...

Various Artists – Lux And Ivy Dig The Beatniks – Album Review

Various Artists - Lux And Ivy Dig The Beatniks Righteous 2CD/DL Released 16th August 2019 2CD set focussing on the Cramps' duo's favourite discs from the Beatnik era,...

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The Sisters Of Mercy: Roundhouse, London – live review

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