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Nervous Twitch: Don’t Take My TV – album review

Don’t Take My TV, the second long-player from fun-loving Leeds four-piece Nervous Twitch, was first released in cassette form back in February. Odd Box Records have now seen fit to grant this vital indie-pop document the status it undoubtedly deserves, and reissued it on instantly collectible clear vinyl.

The Decline: Are You Gonna Eat That? – album review

The Decline – Are You Gonna Eat That? (Pee Records) Limited 12” Out Now 7/10 Aussie skate-punks blow the dust of their second album for a limited vinyl...

Lark ‘Funny Man The Remixes’ – album review

The creative juices of Lark probably didn’t need any further assistance

Frank Turner: Mouth of the Tyne – live review

Frank Turner takes the roof off the all seated Whitley Bay Playhouse with an incendiary set, one of the best shows we've seen in a very long time.

Listen to this! American Anymen premiere new single!

Somewhat Punk in their approach and the social-message thread in their lyrics, there also seems to be some kind of underlying twist here.

Squirrel Records Presents: Nuts & Vaults – album review

Squirrel Records, Indie-pop, punk rock, Compilation, double CD, album review, Glenn Airey. Venerable punk rock and indie label Squirrel is calling it a day after hitting 45 (well, nearly).

Trash Boat and Support: The Joiners Southampton – live review

Trash Boat The Joiners, Southampton 22nd June 2016 Live Review Southampton venue The Joiners played host to pop-punk outfit Trash Boat on the first night of a UK...

Vukovar: Voyeurism – album review

allow it to slip under the radar would be a travesty of epic proportion.

The Leylines: Along The Old Straight Track – album review

The Leylines Along The Old Straight Track CD/DL Available Now Rating 9/10 The Leylines haven't been around for long but they are already festival favourites and have released...

Northern Star Records Celebrates 10 years of Psychedelica: The Windmill Brixton, London – live review

Northern Star Celebrates 10 years of Psychedelica The Windmill Brixton, London 14th May 2016 Northern Star Records recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary with a high-octane distortion-fuelled...

T.O.Y.S: SICKS – album review

T.O.Y.S album review SICKS Odd Box Records After three cracking EPs, indie-pop experimentalists T.O.Y.S present a keyboards-driven long-player full of tunes for the head, heart and feet. Glenn Airey enjoys the fun and games.

Deux Furieuses: Tracks Of Wire – album review

Is it worth top marks? Yes, unquestionably.





Micko & The Mellotronics share You Killed My Father, featuring Neil Innes, ahead of April release

Micko & The Mellotronics share You Killed My Father, featuring Neil Innes, ahead of...

an open letter to a tea towel

dear tea towel we can only see a future when you be brought out on documentaries as a curious artefact and a prime example of tacky Blighty. This great schizophrenic country of great pop culture, great pop art, stunning buildings, Shakespeare and great dandy style -   a country I love and yet a country that makes the worst tat in the world.

London’s Iconic 100 Club Saved : Westminster Council announce 100% Business Rates Relief

Westminster Council announce 100% Business Rates Relief securing the future of the legendary Grassroots Music Venue

Anna von Hausswolff hints at new recordings:

Anna von Hausswolff hints at new recordings: On the 28th January 2020 Anna von Hausswolff...

Bliss – film review

Bliss (2019) Director: Joe Begos Cast: Dora Madison, Tru Collins Run time: 80 minutes Format: Blu-ray Out: 10th February...