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Doctors Of Madness – Perfect Past – Album Review

Doctors Of Madness - Perfect Past: The Complete Doctors Of Madness RPM 3CD/DL Released 8th May 2017 Thorough anthology of the recording career of Proto-Punk legends the Doctors...

Mother’s Finest: Love Changes The Anthology 1972-1983 – album review

Mother's Finest: Love Changes, The Anthology 1972-1983 - CD album review of this Rock and Soul Band's finest by Ian Canty for Louder Than War

Blackfoot Sue: The Albums – Album Review

Blackfoot Sue – The Albums  (7Ts) CD/DL Released 27th January 2016 The recorded works of 1970s Birmingham Glam/Hard Rock Band Blackfoot who scored a top ten UK hit...

Fox: The Fox Box – Album Review

Fox - The Fox Box Cherry Red 4CD/DL Released 27th January 2017 Thorough career retrospective of quirky 70s Pop/Glam band Fox, the singer of whom, Noosha Fox,...

The Glitter Band: The Albums: Deluxe Boxset – Album Review

The Glitter Band - The Albums: Deluxe Boxset (7Ts) 4CD/DL Released 25th November 2016 Boxset featuring the four albums put out by the Glitter Band in their...

LIVE

Motorama: K-30, St. Petersburg – live review

Despite their Russian origin, Motorama are more likely to be seen live beyond the borders of their...

INTERVIEWS

Dave Brock still space rocking away as he nears his eighth decade

There’s not many artists who can credibly claim to have invented a new genre but Hawkwind’s guitarist...

NEWS

Listen to This! KnightressM1 rewrites progressive female-fronted metal

Emily Palen 7 - photo by Nick Bellarosa
If you never thought it was possible to combine elements of Whitesnake, Kristin Hersh’s 50FOOTWAVE, Florence and the Machine, Perfect Circle and Metallica in one virile potion, think again.

MEDIA

Made in Hong Kong – film review

Made in Hong Kong (1997) Director: Fruit ChanCast: Sam Lee, Yim Hui-Chi, Wenders Li Running time: 108 minutes Language: Cantonese...

FESTIVALS

Leytonstone Unplugged Festival 2020 – review

We never thought we'd be saying this but Keith Goldhanger has now reviewed every live event he's...