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The Skints: Short Change – EP review

Louder Than War's Nathan Brown reckons The Skints could teach politicians a thing or two about what is really happening on the streets of the UK with their social commentary.

Dub Spencer and Trance Hill: William S Burroughs In Dub – album review

four-piece live band, dub spencer and trance hill, from Switzerland blend the Beatnik poet and Post-Modernist author with electronic dub beats.

UB40: Leeds – live and picture review

UB40 play Leeds Academy and idp went along to see how they would sound in a proper old fashioned rock venue.

4 Great Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Support Acts

As anyone who has witnessed a set from the great man will surely tell you, a Lee 'Scratch' Perry show transcends the idea of the mortal 'gig' and instead offers up a completely unique, involving experience that works on both a communal and internal level. Here are four fantastic acts who have supported him in the past.

Naram: March Of The Gremlins – album review

The unique sound of electronic reggae is compelling

Rotten Hill Gang: Kensal Green, London – live review

London's Rotten Hill Gang play the Paradise and Neal Wright goes to listen and interview.

Dubblestandart: In Dub – album review

it's an album for every dub fan to savour

Tackhead: For The Love Of Money – album review

Tackhead are back, and it’s like they’ve never been away.

Rx Bandits: Manchester – live review

'I want you to be honest, man' - that's what Rx Bandits' Matt Embree told Ian Critchley before the show. No pressure then.

Skindred: Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton – live review

Skindred kick off their UK tour at The Wulfrun. Sophie Sparham reports on the awesome power of a force of nature.

Vic Godard: 30 Odd Years – album review

Vic Godard - 30 Odd Years (Gnu Inc Records) Double CD Available 3 Feb 2014. Superb overview of Vic Godard's brilliant career so far, veering from punk to pop to jazz but never failing to hit the heights. Glenn Airey pays homage.





Third Eye Blind: Screamer – album review

Third Eye Blind: Screamer (Mega Collider) 7/10 Release date 18 October 2019 Stephan Jenkins thinks the kids are...

Die Orangen: Sonne – Single Review

Die Orangen recently decamped to the thriving Berlin scene to develop their dark and pulsing industrial-inspired productions.

Iconic poet, Tony Walsh announces UK Tour Dates throughout October

He used to be my postie and always ask what the records were inside the mailers. A total music nut and now a national treasure Announces UK tour

IDLES announce live album!

Today, IDLES have announced their first live album 'A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan', and have shared the live version of 'Mother' taken from the record.

Swans announce new line up and tour

Swans Facebook page has announced the next phase... Wiith the new album due soon the band have announced their new line up and tour...