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Def Robot: What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow – Album Review

Def Robot What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow Pearls For Swine Records CD/DL all formats Available now If you suffer from writers block at the moment I...

Gimp Fist “Blood” – album review

Gimp Fist "Blood" (Sunny Bastards Records) CD | LP | DL Rel Date: 3rd August 2019 Words: Rory Culley With five albums, a few EP’s and numerous splits...

Haldern Pop Festival 2019 – live review

What Is a Festival? (Richard) You could argue that question boils down in the end to a very simple answer, a stage, of whatever sort....

Tunnelvision – Watching The Hydroplanes – Album Review

Tunnelvision - Watching The Hydroplanes Factory Benelux Vinyl (limited to 500 copies) Released 30th August 2019 Clear vinyl album featuring 8 tracks from the band's demos recorded at...

Machine Gun Kelly: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live photo review

Machine Gun Kelly O2 Ritz, Manchester August 27th 2019 Louder Than War photographer Melanie Smith, captured American rap artist / actor Colson Baker better known as Machine...

The Futureheads: Powers – album review

Seminal Sunderland post-punkers are back after a lengthy hiatus with a streamlined, sensational recalling of their salad days. Sam Lambeth gets a few decent days and nights out of this one.

ARGH KiD: Derelict Dreams – EP Review – stunning new Manc hip hop Movies For The Ears…

Dave Scott takes on the mantle as our new Manc hip hop street poet hero with a band to back him that fucks up any tag you can lump him with... Wayne AF Carey gets fucked up by the best sounds of the year going

The Red Stains: Yerrr Bar, Manchester – live review

There is so much to like about The Red Stains, with their polemic and visceral emotions boiling down to a call to arms

Viagra Boys: Queen Elizabeth Hall – live photo review

Viagra Boys Queen Elizabeth Hall, London 11th August 2019 On the final night of this year's Meltdown Festival, Viagra Boys, with their punk-funk zaniness, prove they...

Bleek Noir: new single and EP – news

Check out the Don't Stay Away single from Bleek Noir along with news of the upcoming Throw Yourself Inside EP.

Carter Tutti Void: Triumvirate – album review

Carter Tutti Void: Triumvirate Conspiracy International LP/CD/DL 30/08/2019 Third and final album from experimental dance trio Carter Tutti Void sees the band embrace a lighter shade to their...

Tenement and Temple: Self-titled – Album Review

Album Review Tenement and Temple -  Tenement and Temple  (Thrum) CD, LP, DL 9/10 Out now Album of the year contender from Glasgow's best kept secret says Joe Whyte falling...

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