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Peaches: Royal Festival Hall – live review

Peaches Royal Festival Hall, London 28th August 2019 Peaches brings her unique feminist/sexual/gender celebration to London and impresses with an explosive show. Paul Grace reports and photographs...

Rise Twain: s/t – Album review

Philadelphia based duo of J.D.Beck and Brett William Kull join forces in a genre-spanning ten-song set. Not your typical fare from Inside Out but enthralling nonetheless.

Various Artists: Obscure Independent Classics 1985-1987 – album review

A compilation of Obscure Independent Classics from the 1980s, re-released on CD. Ian Canty looks back to the time B.I. (before internet) when obscure truly meant obscure.

Emily Breeze: Rituals – album review

Emily Breeze: Rituals Sugar Shack Records LP/CD/DL Out now Brand new album from Bristol's premier chanteuse Emily Breeze, Rituals is the sound of "a strip club in outer...

Stephen Lynn: The Other Side Of Art – Book Launch Review

Wayne AF Carey intrudes into the art world again to check out the latest cool artwork from the guy who created THAT mural at The Old Nags Head on Bootle Street. It's all good.

Could this be the best ever cover version of a song by The Clash?

Could this be the best ever cover version of a song by The Clash?   Well, if it's not, it's gotta be one of them. The song...

Fad Gadget: The Best Of….-reissue review

Fad Gadget: The Best Of... Mute Records LP/DL Out Now! Celebrating 40yrs since the debut Fad Gadget 7" single release, Mute Records release 2001's Best Of on vinyl...

Manchester: It Never Rains… A City Primed for Punk Rock -Gareth Ashton -Book Review

Book Review Manchester: It Never Rains... A City Primed for Punk Rock -Gareth Ashton (Empire Publications) Demy Format Paperback. 352 pages 16 pages of photos.  Over...

Errol Brown & The Supersonics: Treasure Dub Albums Collection – album review

Errol Brown & The Supersonics - The Treasure Dub Albums Collection Doctor Bird 2CD/DL Released 13th September 2019 2CD collection which features three classic dub LPs from the...

Various Artists: You Can’t Wine/Music Alone Shall Live – album review

Various Artists - You Can't Wine/Music Alone Shall Live Doctor Bird 2CD/DL Released 13th September 2019 Reissue of two rare 1970 albums of Rupie Edwards' productions, plus...

Soto, Stop Stop, Scarlet Aura: Rebellion, Manchester – live review

Soto, Stop Stop and Scarlet Aura provided a triple bill of heaviness on a wet Monday evening in town.

Ali Farka Touré: Savane rereleased – album review

Ali Farka Touré's greatest album Savane remastered and available for the first time on double vinyl. Bryony Hegarty reviews for Louder Than War.

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