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Rockaway Beach Festival with The Jesus And Mary Chain John Cale Peter Perrett – live review

This year feels like an accidental celebration of the Velvets, with half the band on the bill taking their cues from what is, arguably, the first indie band in the world

Albums Round-Up Jan 2020 -The Proper Ornaments, Jordan Jones, Bitch Queens & Sequence 3-6-9

Joe 'Vive Le Rock' Whyte gives us his Albums Round-Up for January 2020.... featuring -The Proper Ornaments, Jordan Jones, Bitch Queens & Sequence 3-6-9 Thumbnail...

The Black Lips: Sing In A World That’s Falling Apart – album review

  THE BLACK LIPS SING IN A WORLD THAT'S FALLING APART Fire Records CD / LP / DL Out 24th January 2020   Black Lips return for their ninth album and...

Kiwi Jr: Football Money – album review

Kiwi Jr Football Money (Persona Non Grata) CD/LP/DL Out 17th January Football Money, the debut album from Canadian indie-rockers Kiwi Jr kicks off the year in a suitably top...

The Milk: Cages – Album review

The Milk Cages (Wah Wah 45s) CD/LP/DL 17th January 2020 The Milk release their third album, Cages, and in doing so gain a new fan. They won over this...

The Phobics: Burnt Rubber – album review

Album Review The Phobics: Burnt Rubber (Down N Out Records) CD Out now 9/10 The Phobics blaze a trail with their latest self-released album, Burnt Rubber, celebrating their 20th...

The 99 Degree: El Monstruo – EP review

The 99 Degree release a new EP full of moody Manchester surf sounds, El Monstruo. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie checks out this deliciously dark slice of Spaghetti Western noir.

The Honeycombs: Have I The Right? – album review

The Honeycombs: Have I The Right? RPM 3CD/DL Released 24th January 2020 This 3CD boxset subtitled "The Complete 60s Albums And Singles" includes everything recorded by the band...

The Icicle Works: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

The Icicle Works Brudenell Social Club, Leeds Friday, January 3rd 2020 There’s a difference between live music and bringing music to life and if you need evidence...

Danielle Dax ‘Dark Adapted Eye’ – album review

Danielle dax 'Dark Adapted Eye' (30th Anniversary Edition) (Rubellan Remasters) CD (Import) | DL Available now Long overdue reissue of a compilation album initially aimed at North...

Johny Skullknuckles ‘A Face Made For Radio’ – EP Review

Johny Skullknuckles 'A Face Made For Radio' (Self Released) Ltd CD | DL Available now This new four track solo EP from Johny Skullknuckles is a welcome...

Durutti Column – Fidelity – album review

Durutti Column - Fidelity Les Disques du Crepuscule Double vinyl LP plus digital copy Released 10th January 2020 Reissue of Durutti Column's 1996 album with two bonus tracks....

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Wrekmeister Harmonies: We Love To Look At The Carnage – album review

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