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Video Premiere – Paul Groovy & The Pop Art Experience: He’s A Liar

Exclusive Video Premiere and Single Review Paul Groovy & The Pop Art Experience - He's A Liar​/​You're Gonna Miss Me  (Spinout Nuggets) Limited Edition 7" vinyl...

Mellor – Lost in This World – single review

The lockdown is getting to everyone but some bands are making the most of it and releasing new stuff. Starved of getting out and watching bands, it's a great opportunity to stay in touch and listen to something new. One such band is Mellor from Reading who released Lost in The World a week ago! Nigel reviews the release for Louder Than War.

Wire: 10:20 – album review

Wire release their second album of 2020, breathing new life into old songs and releasing tracks that were left off previous albums. Tim Cooper acclaims a band hitting new creative peaks 44 years after they formed in the early days of punk.

Those Fucking Snowflakes: Straight Wealthy White Male Suffrage EP review

Wayne Carey checks out the latest from Blackpool's young punksters Those Fucking Snowflakes. It's loud and fun!

Nick Marsh: Waltzing Bones Album Review

Nick Marsh Waltzing Bones (Bandcamp) CD/DL Released: June 21st, 2020 8/10 Posthumous release from Flesh For Lulu’s front man.   Nick Marsh, who passed away in 2015 at...

Neil Young: Homegrown – album review

Neil Young releases the deeply personal breakup album he shelved at the last minute in 1975. So can Homegrown can live up to its myth, asks Tim Cooper.

Laura Marling: Union Chapel, London – live review (streaming)

Laura Marling Union Chapel, London Saturday 6th June 2020 Andy Brown visits Union Chapel in London from the comfort of his own sofa to watch singer-songwriter Laura...

Michael Stipe and Big Red Machine: No Time For Love Like Now – single review.

Michael Stipe & Big Red Machine (37d03d) DL Out Now. 8/10 Ex-R.E.M Michael Stipe collaborates with Big Red Machine on promising new solo release; a treat for...

Tom Taylor-Biggs: Sevens – album review

Sheffield based songwriter Tom Taylor-Biggs releases his debut album Seven. Moving on from his self-described 'poorly recorded' garage band demos, Seven is the outcome of Biggs' recent grief and the seven stages that occupied his time and mind following a death of an old friend.

Rendacium – Breakout – Single Review – New Band from Derby

Rendacium is a young three-piece from the East Midlands who formed three years ago. Nigel Carr reviews their first single for Louder Than War.

Imelda May: Slip of the Tongue – album review

Imelda May – Slip of the Tongue Decca Records All formats Out Now 8/10 Imelda May swaps her trademark powerhouse vocals for spoken word and pulls it off. When...

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever: Sideways to New Italy – album review

  Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Sideways to New Italy (Sub Pop) LP | CD | DL Out Now 7/10 The Australian rockers deliver more of the same with...





The Mission re-record Tower Of Strength in mega-goth collaboration – news

The Mission have re-recorded their 1988 classic Tower of Strength, along with a cast of legendary musicians.

WATCH THIS! The Lovey Eggs new single

Today sees the release of The Lovely Eggs brand new single ‘Long Stem Carnations’ via Egg Records. The track, taken from their number one selling album ‘I am Moron’, is released on limited-edition coloured 7” vinyl and backed by brand new B side ‘The Voyage’.

Jeff Gomez: Zeppelin Over Dayton – book review

Zeppelin Over Dayton by Jeff Gomez Out Now (Jawbone Press) In his new book, Jeff Gomez breaks...

Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder – Children of Nature – Single Review

Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder Children of Nature Out Now Mixing modern minimalism with 80's cool, Alanas...

Watch This! Robyn G Shiels and Steve Nolan unveil new video

a disconcerting work of dark beauty, a sublime post folk nightmare.