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So here we are at the 17th Beautiful Days festival – the Devon-based fest that is run by the Levellers and reflects that special spirit that is the genuine heart of festival culture.
OJ Sault seemed to have the world flocking to his feet with lo-fi grunge trio Skin. But then it all went wrong. Surviving substance abuse and the band’s implosion, he’s back with ethereal one-man band Men in Makeup. “I love shocking people,” he tells Sam Lambeth. Let the mascara run… OJ pours a glass of […]
Papernut Cambridge: Nutlets 2 (1978-2001) Gare Du Nord 2XLP/CD Twenty-song double album of kick-ass cover versions, saluting over two decades of post-punk, indie pop and all-round good shizzle, with fabulous reinterpretations of songs by a diverse list of artists that includes PiL, Primal Scream, Suede, Throbbing Gristle and Daft Punk. Hey you, come back! Yes you: don’t […]
Suzi Q (2019) Dir: Liam Firmager Cast: Suzi Quatro, Cherie Currie, KT Tunstall Duration: 98 minutes Released: September 25th (UK) James Nuttall speaks to pioneering rock icon Suzi Quatro ahead of the autumn release of documentary Suzi Q. Suzi Q, the new documentary about the life and career of Suzi Quatro, is due to hit cinemas […]
New artists of the day
Ireland’s Sunday’s Child drop upbeat and optimistic new single Distance.
Loud Women Fest 4 (14th Sept 2019 London N19) Preview & amazing video playlist… Women with guitars have been making a lot of noise in 2019. For noise – read music, art and speaking out / kicking back… The Menstrual Cramps laying into right-wingers and bigots in the shadows at Rebellion, Lauren Tate from Hands Off Gretel […]
The Murder Capital – When I Have Fears (Human Season Records) Out on the 16th of August LP/CD/DL Dublin’s The Murder Capital release a remarkable piece of art in their debut When I Have Fears. Baring souls and opening hearts on an album reflecting the dark and light through a combination of ferocious cacophony and […]