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Reggae Round-Up: Richie Campbell | Zion Dirty Sounds | The Rhythmites

Rhythmites - Affectionately presented in an authentic style they provide a pleasing end to a timeless album.

Reggae Round-Up: Gardna | Black Symbol Handsworth Explosion | The Meow Meows

In short, a collection of essential reggae tracks from the 80s.

Asian Dub Foundation: More Signal More Noise – album review

Asian Dub Foundation are back with possibly their finest album yet.

Various: The Midlands Roots Explosion Vol 1 – album review

It should be an album that everyone knows about, and listens to, and loves.

Jashwha Moses: The Rising – album review

Jashwha Moses - The Rising (Sugar Shack Records) CD / DL / LP 22nd June Bristol based reggae artist Jashwha Moses took over 35 years to craft...

Stella Grundy: The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star – album review and interview

Interview with Stella Grundy ex-Intastella and review of her new album The Rise and Fall of a Northern Star - The story of Tracy Star - out now on CD.

Superhand: American Teeth – album review

Superhand have undoubtedly created one of the finest long players of the year

The Skints | Tippa Irie |Hollie Cook: Edinburgh Studio – live review

Out promoting new album FM on a sell-out tour, The Skints and friends hit Edina for the first time in a while.

Various: Sherwood At The Controls Volume 1 1979-1984 – album review

The vaults of On U-sound have well and truly been opened

The London Ska Festival – April 2015 ft Steel Pulse, Lee Perry – Photo Review

London Ska Festival April 2015 The festival is four days long and centres around the Camden area of London. With many shows and exhibits over...

White Boy: The Deaf Institute, Manchester – live review

White Boy The Deaf Institute, Manchester 2nd April 2015 There's a bit of buzz building behind new band White Boy so Katie Clare decided to...





Marilyn Manson teases new album on his instagram

The brilliant twisted genius of Marilyn Manson seems to be returning to the frontline. Just when we needed a twisted heavy album full of intelligent provocation to unwrap and wallow in the

Asylums: Genetic Cabaret: album review

Wayne Carey has a blast of Brit soaked grunge from the Southend's Asylums.

Stuart Moxham & Louis Philippe – The Devil Laughs – album review

  Stuart Moxham & Louis Philippe - The Devil Laughs Tiny Global Productions CD/DL Released 17 July 2020 Two...

The Clockworks explain their brilliant kitchen sink post punk to John Robb

Distant relatives of the IDLES, Fontaines DC axis of 21st century incendiary guitar, the band are making their own headway and sound increasingly vital as John Robb finds out in this lockdown interview.

Banksy new art piece removed from tube train by the fat controller!

Banksy was out and about earlier this week leaving a trail of typically thought provoking and powerful art pieces on London tube trains...who promptly removed it