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James Chance et les Contortions: Glasgow Stereo – live review

New York No Wave legend comes to town. Joe Whyte braves the weather to review.

No Wave legend James Chance Has Two UK Dates Lined Up This Week

No Wave legend James Chance Has Two UK Dates Lined Up This Week

Howling Owl Records Turn Three, Have Party, With Bands, Invite All And IT’S FREE

Howling Owl Records Turn Three, Have Party, With Bands, Invite All And IT'S FREE

Alan Vega, Thurston Moore, Anton Newcombe, Lee Ranaldo – The Fuzz Club Split Single Series

Fuzz Club Records are demonstrating why the resurgence in vinyl sales are continuing with a series of limited editions, some in print runs of...

Louder Than War Video Premiere: Stick Against Stone – no wave rock-against-Reaganites who influenced the Beastie Boys

Louder Than War Video Premiere: Stick Against Stone - no wave rock-against-Reaganites who influenced the Beastie Boys.

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