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Hello: The Albums – Album Review

Hello - The Albums 7Ts 4CD/DL Released 28th October 2016 Comprehensive overview of the "New York Groove" hit makers, comprising the two officially released albums, plus a...

Pickettywitch: That Same Old Feeling: The Anthology 1969-1976 – Album Review

Pickettywitch That Same Old Feeling: The Anthology 1969-1976 (RPM) 2CD/DL Released 23rd September 2016 Double CD round-up of sunny 70s band Pickettywitch's output plus later solo recordings by...

Geordie: The Albums – Album Review

Geordie - The Albums 7Ts 5CD/DL Released Box-set contain five albums by the band fronted by AC/DC's Brian Johnson in the early to mid seventies - Ian...

Anthony Phillips: Sides – Album Review

Anthony Phillips:  Sides  Esoteric 3CD/1DVD Available now 1979 LP by ex-Genesis guitarist expanded to a 3CD + 1DVD box-set, featuring King Crimson members - delving again into...

Principal Edwards: Round One – album review

Principal Edwards - Round One (Esoteric) CD/DL Released 25th March First CD release for the debut LP from the spin-off band of Peel favourites Principal Edwards Magic...


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

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


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...


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.


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...


Leytonstone Unplugged Festival 2020 – review

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