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TQ Zine: Covering The Covers – album review

This is an album for the challenged and the challenging, the disturbed and the disturbing. A mammoth collection for a mammoth mind.

Geniuser: I Am – album review

I Am is not a great album, it is truly a masterpiece, one of those albums that you never tire of hearing, a breath of fresh air, a genuine inspiration.

Chow Mwng: Nunavik – EP review

Possibly the punk music of our era. Lo-fi, D.I.Y. and free from any corporate chains. Amazing stuff.

Vukovar: Puritan – album review

It is, nothing short of brilliant

Sleaford Mods: Northumbria University, Newcastle – live review

An impressive start to this leg of the duos tour, as they once again prove why they're one of the most exciting acts the UK has to offer!

Brian Gorman – Interview on his new play One Man Bond

Following the successful opening of the play One Man Bond in Manchester, Nigel Carr interviews its writer and performer, the inimitable Brian Gorman.

Chow Mwng: ULOT CA – album review

ULOT CA treads that genius/insanity path from track one to twelve, often dipping its toe in either side. Listen and be impressed.

Ashley Reaks: Track Marks – album review

dive right in and have a taste and, Track Marks is as good a place as any to get yourself immersed.

Equinox: It’s Hard To Be Happy When Your Head Is Full Of Sin – album review

Equinox: It's Hard To Be Happy When Your Head Is Full Of Sin (Recordiau Prin) CD/DL 26th June 8.5/10 Northern poet and spoken word performer Equinox releases his...

Jamie Thrasivoulou: The Best Of A Bad Situation – book review

Class-bound and politically driven The Best Of A Bad Situation is a vital first collection of poetry from Derby spoken word artist Jamie Thrasivoulou

Kate Tempest: Camden Roundhouse, London – live review

Kate Tempest Camden Roundhouse, London 11th December 2016 Kate Tempest's Let Them Eat Chaos tour recently ripped through Camden with the unforgiving force of a relentless hurricane. Paul Grace donned his sou'wester and reported...

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