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Primus: live review

'...Primus are unwilling to bend to conformity; seriously, though, what else did we expect?...'

Unsane: live review

'... If Unsane are coming to your town for the love of god go see them...'

The Fastbacks: live review

classic Seattle seventies punk band reforms...and it's great

UK Subs: live review

UK Subs Manchester Moho July 2011 Live review There is a strange and wild beauty about the UK Subs. In the same way that watching Motorhead is...

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...





Dale Vince readies biog and green Eco vision of post pandemic book (with John Robb) – signed copies from here

Dale Vince, the founder of Ecotricity (ecotricity.co.uk) – the world’s first green energy company, and chairman of Forest Green Rovers Football Club  is releasing his first book, Manifesto later this year on Penguin Random House’s Ebury Press imprint. 

Massive Attack release short film about future touring without carbon footprint

Massive Attack have released a film collaboration with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research – which previously teamed up with the band in 2019 to explore new ways of reducing the carbon footprint of touring.

Con Funk Shun – Confunkshunizeya The Mercury Anthology – album review

Album Review Con Funk Shun - Confunkshunizeya The Mercury Anthology Robinsongs 2CD/DL Released 6 November 2020 Best Of 2CD...

Watch this! The Mono LPs new single on Fretsore Records

Hard-rocking rifftastic Liverpool trio, The Mono LPs, release a new video for the song...

Rats From a Sinking Ship: Glamorous Terrorists – Album Review

Rats From a Sinking Ship: Glamorous Terrorists Drive By Shouting Out 31/10 CD/DL Not only does these Rats...