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Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview by Paul Clarke In a long and varied career as a musician and radio...

Damo Suzuki: YES, Manchester – live review

Damo Suzuki | Threads | Basic Switches YES, Manchester 13th February 2020 Damo Suzuki, is back in Manchester, bringing together local musicians to create a unique performance...

Angel Olsen: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

Angel Olsen O2 Ritz, Manchester 13th February 20202 Cazz Blase and Melanie Smith watch a terrifically on form Angel Olsen weave a spell around the 02...

Noah Cyrus: O2 Academy Islington, London – live review

Noah Cyrus O2 Academy Islington, London 11 February 2020 In her first-ever UK performance, Nashville-born Noah Cyrus makes her way over the pond to play a single...

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes: Manchester Academy – live review

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes | Ho99o9 Manchester Academy 12th February 2020 Soaring high after last year’s top 5 success for their “End Of Suffering” album,...

Nige: Winterlude – EP Review

After a string of summery singles, the Kentish Town producer/rapper muses over a new season on his debut EP. We’ve heard snippets of Nige before,...

Dima Midborn – Middle Aged Man LP Review

Dima Midborn is bassist with Moscow post-punk act Inturist and pop stars On-The-Go. Now he has a new solo record out.

Video Premiere: Jemma Freeman & the Cosmic Something: Black Rain

Exclusive Video Premiere: Jemma Freeman & the Cosmic Something: Black Rain We are all just creatures and our time is finite, in a world that is...

Psycho Comedy: Performance Space Number One – album review

Album Review Psycho Comedy - Performance Space Number One  (Silver Machine Recordings) CD, Vinyl, cassette and all streaming platforms.  Out 14 Feb 2020 Scouse psych collective combine narcissism...

Kirsty Almeida: Moonbird – album review

On the brink of her latest UK tour, world-renowned folk singer-songwriter Kirsty Almeida’s latest album Moonbird is an ethereal capsule into a sphere of bliss, beauty and vulnerable emotion.

Steel Panther: O2 Academy Brixton, London – live photo review

Steel Panther O2 Academy Brixton, London 7 Feb 2020 Lock up your daughters, sons, kittens and puppies because the Steel Panther are heading to London for a...

Watch this! Partisan: Mantras – new video and single

Partisan return with a great new single that could propel them into orbit with the big guns reckons Wayne AF Carey.

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