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IDLES: Manchester Academy – live review

IDLES Manchester Academy 4th December 2019 As a decade of political turmoil and despair staggers drunkenly towards a miserable conclusion, Bristol's IDLES give us hope in the...

Def Robot: Def: I Cult – album review

Wayne AF Carey is handed back the baton from Ged Babey and Neil Hodge to get his around album fuckin' six in as many months.

Tony Joe White: Swamp Music – album review

This 3LP set collects alternate takes and rare tracks from the early days of Tony Joe White's career on Monument Records, with updated design and artwork, plus a lengthy essay within its gatefold sleeve.

Gabi Garbutt & The Illuminations – The Discredited Language Of Angels – album review

Album Review Gabi Garbutt & The Illuminations - The Discredited Language Of Angels Music As Insurgent Art CD/DL Out Now Debut album by pop/soul band Gabi Garbutt & The...

Tensheds: Deathrow Disco – album review

Tensheds: Deathrow Disco (Tensheds Music) CD / LP / DL Released 6 December 2019 9/10 The unique talent that is Tensheds delivers yet another masterpiece led from the...

Soft Rubbish: 1999 – single review and video premiere

Track review and video premiere Soft Rubbish:  1999 DL only from (Bandcamp) Out now New single and brilliant video from Australian Cult Band led by Julie Montan -...

Stealing Sheep: Ashton in Makerfield Library – live review

Stealing Sheep Ashton in Makerfield Library 28th November 2019 Hailing from Liverpool, Stealing Sheep are an art-pop band who formed in 2010 have now released three albums...

Ian Prowse: The Admiral, Glasgow – live review

Ian Prowse | Amsterdam On a bitterly cold St Andrews night in Glasgow, a warm welcome awaited in the basement of the Admiral Bar. Ian...

[retreat] – [retreat] – album review

- Bandcamp CD / DL Out Now! Barnsley duo Lyndon Scarfe (The Black Lamps) and Sam Horton (Regional Creeps) unveil their new project . Simon Tucker...

Shihad – NZ’s biggest band celebrate in London

London’s Aussies and Kiwis turn out in noisy droves to see New Zealand’s number one selling band play the Shepherd’s Bush Empire for the first time in 11 years. 

Eccentronic Research Council: Night and Day Café, Manchester – live review

Eccentronic Research Council celebrate the 28th anniversary of Night and Day Café with a night of sultry electro-pop twinned with Romantic witchcraft. Rhys Delany was there.

Sam Fender: Hypersonic Missiles – album review

The North-East Rising #2 Sam Fender Hypersonic Missiles (Polydor) CD/DL/Vinyl Out now 4/5 Tyneside singer-songwriter Sam Fender recently topped the album charts with songs about everyday life, male suicide, white privilege...

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