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Horse Brothers – London live review!

Former Ant and Bow Wow Wow-er, David Barbarossa gets back on the boards.

Pulp @ Hyde Park: live review

'“Is there anyone from Sheffield in?” Jarvis Cocker enquires as the band launches into \'Pink Glove\'s\' bedroom seediness. Perfect. '

Peter Murphy ‘Ninth’ – Review

This a strong release, a return to form even..

Horrors new album ‘Skying’: a review

'The band are moving quickly and now find themselves as one of the key young bands in the country with their dark pop a perfect soundtrack for the times. '

Flats – Live at Bladefest

Press accolades have variously described them as being “the most important band since the Sex Pistols” and the “future of rock \'n\' roll” - they have also been described as “crap”

Oi Polloi: Live Review

Oi Polloi Manchester Gullivers July 2011 The room is hot. Very hot. Flailing limbs are flying in joyous celebration. The booze is flowing and the feral howl...

Bjork: Manchester International festival:live review

Bjork previews her new Biophilia album with revolutionary new set up

The Melvins ‘Sugar Daddy Live’ – Review

The Melvins ”˜Sugar Daddy Live' Ipecac Recordings IPC126 (via Southern) Available now Over the years The Melvins have amongst other things been described as “the godfathers of...

Roger Waters plays The Wall: Live review

what does a 2st century teenage writer make of the Pink Floyd mainman?

Boris, Russian Circles: live review

Boris Russian Circles Salford Islington Mill June 2011 Yet another evening of frontier music in Salford's great Islington Mill venue, which has established a reputation for putting on...

Book launch review: Charles Shaar Murray with John Sinclair

Brother Greg Taylor rubs shoulders with two great writers of the rock age.

Half Man Half Biscuit : Live Review

half man half biscuit- genius band reviewed at rare live outing





Jonny Banger: Diary of a Bootlegger – book review

Diary of a Bootlegger (Rough Trade Books) Out Now Diary of a Bootlegger tells a story...

Nile Marr : interview about his new EP and a musicians life

The most important thing is that you come away with art. I’m getting to the age where there’s no point complaining about a lack of something happening, no excuse for it if you’re not going to do it yourself. I’ve always had that DIY approach to my own music.”

The 1975: Notes On A Conditional Form – album review

The 1975 - Notes on a Conditional Form (Dirty Hit) LP | CD | DL Out...

2 Lost Souls: Rules – Single review – It’s one rule for them and another rule for us

Single Review 2 Lost Souls: Rules (German Shepherd Records) DL only out now It's one rule for them...