The Stranglers Academy 1, Manchester 21st March 2015 The Men In Black hit Manchester with an impeccable night of inspiring, rattling tunes bathed in a sound as fresh as...
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As part of the celebrations of what would have been Marley's 70th birthday, a fitting live tribute to the Tuff Gong. Joe Whyte reviews.
This release marks the first of a stream of Bob Marley releases to mark his 70th Birthday.
Birmingham reggae favourites Steel Pulse will perform their landmark debut album, Handsworth Revolution, seen as a huge influence in the development of British reggae, in its entirety at a series of UK shows next April.
Ragga-metal band Skindred finished their 2014 with a set of shows around less oft-frequented towns. We were at Poole.
Louder Than War's Paul Scott-Bates the task of giving us a round-up of the best reggae relases around.
Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies 'England's Up For Sale' (Antipop Records) CD | DL Rel...
"Economic growth has been the real goal, not a healthy environment. I'm tired of this era, where our arrogant worldview has driven us far beyond the planetary boundaries."
Here is an album you will want to get lost in many times over and it is one that even during its most oppressive moments allows for a space around the edges so you can breathe and remain locked and focused on its main agenda. This is music to get you up and at 'em. Music to storm castles and destroy parliaments. An album with a clear and unifying agenda, which is welcoming without being soft, beautiful in it ugliness and 100% the results of artists at the peak of their powers.
Hurtling: Future From Here – album review ‘Simply a great album, a stunning debut and a future classic’
Album Review Hurtling - Future From Here (Onomatopoeia) CD/ DL/ LP Released 18 Oct 2019 Navigating soundscapes from...