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The Rezillos: Zero – album review

Edinburgh's technicolor starship troopers, The Rezillos, return to the fray three and a half decades after their first epochal album

GUN: Glasgow Barrowlands – live review

Following his recent interview with GUN Harry Mulligan reviews them live at Glasgow's Barrowlands.

Chris Spedding And His Band: 100 Club, London – Live Review

Taking place on the closing night of of The Resolution Festival, Chris Spedding plays his first headline show in London for a decade.

Volbeat | Hatebreed: Portsmouth Pyramids – live review

We caught one of the last shows of the year by Volbeat who've been touring their latest album for most of the year.

Ty Segall: Gorilla, Manchester – live review

Psych-rocker Ty Segall rolled in to Manchester earlier this week. Louder Than War's Michael Halpin was there.

Urban Voodoo Machine: Bedford Esquires – live review

Urban Voodoo Machine Bedford Esquires 11th Oct 2014 Our man Martin Haslam has done a fair bit of travelling for us over the last year and a...

Billy Idol: Kings & Queens of the Underground – album review

Billy Idol - Kings & Queens of the Underground (BFI Records) CD/DL Out 20th October 2014  "From punk pioneer to global superstar" says the press release for Billy...

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