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Why I think Menswear were alright

With news of the 25th anniversary vinyl reissue of Menswear’s debut album Nuisance, which has now been delayed with the rest of the Record Store Day releases, Dave Beer reflects on their contribution and why they might have been better than the Britpop storytelling often suggests…

HIGH/LOW: Down The Wave – album review

HIGH/LOW DOWN THE WAVE Instereo Records LP / CD / DL / CASS Out now!   Essex-based lo-fi fuzz lovers, HIGH/LOW, return for album number three and hark back to...

R.E.M.: Monster Turns Twenty-Five – album review

Monster saw R.E.M. devote songs to stalkers, sex and celebrity, while embarking on a worldwide arena tour. Both almost killed them – figuratively and...

Beats – Film review ‘a beautiful, bittersweet, vibrant piece of cinema’...

  Beats (2019) Director: Brian Welsh Cast: Cristian Ortega, Lorn Macdonald Language: English Runtime: 101 minutes Release date: 17th May Format: Cinema release 9/10 Cazz Blase salutes Brian Welsh and Kieran Hurley’s elegant...

Deep in the Goldfish Bowl – Stereophonics’ ‘Word Gets Around’ Turns...

Growing up in a small town has as many negatives as it does positives – strip away the idyllic Kinksian cavalcade of bowling greens...

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Working Mens Club: Manchester YES – livecast gig review

A classic gig that cuts through livecast Working Mens Club are one of most exciting bands in the UK who transcend these times and the tech to deliver a dark death disco perfection...

INTERVIEWS

WATCH THIS! Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai) in depth interview with John Robb

Mogwai have been reshaping post rock or whatever you want to call that space for years now. In truth they operate brilliantly in the shadows of post punk, soundscape, soundtrack and even Goth to create stunning spectral pieces that are captivating and thrilling. They are also eloquent and outspoken as John Robb found out when he spoke to band member Stuart Braithwaite.

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Best SPARKS cover ever? Mary T & Bruce Brand perform ‘This Town…’

Best SPARKS cover ever? Mary T & Bruce Brand perform 'This Town Ain't Big Enough For the...

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Tokyo Story – film review

Tokyo Story (1953) Director: Yasujirō Ozu Cast: Hideo Fujino, Ayako Katsuragi, Mieko Takamine Language: Japanese (with optional English subtitles) Run time:...

FESTIVALS

Keith Goldhanger’s Things To Do Festival #2 April 18th 2020.

Keith Goldhanger has arranged a second on line music festival featuring more of his favourite bands that takes place on Saturday 18th April 2020.