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Movie Club: Black Flamingo – album review

MOVIE CLUB Black Flamingo Self-released LP | DL Released November 27th The concept of the "black swan theory," used to prop up Karl. R. Poppers falsification theory, refers...

The Specials: More Specials (40th Anniversary half speed master edition) –...

The Specials: More Specials 40th Anniversary edition Double 180gm vinyl Chrysalis Records Ltd Available to buy here The Specials revival rolls on since the release of Encore and the...

Hachiku: I’ll Probably Be Asleep – album review

Hachiku I'll Probably Be Asleep  Marathon Artists LP | CD | DL Out Now Ennui has never seemed so appealing and dreamy as on the debut album from...

Half Japanese: Crazy Hearts – album review

Half Japanese Crazy Hearts Fire Records Out 4th December, 2020   Half Japanese return with album nineteen and prove that 40 years on from their debut, they are still...

pg.lost: Oscillate – album review

pg.lost Oscillate Pelagic Records CD | LP | DL Out 20th November 2020 pg.lost have, on their new album Oscillate, provided an intoxicating and immersive journey through the best...


Ezra Furman: Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston – live review (streaming)

Ezra Furman
Ezra Furman Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston 1st November 2020 Ezra Furman finally takes her first steps back towards the...


Alex Maas (Black Angels): interview – “It’s about just letting go and allowing yourself to fall into love”

Alex Maas, singer of The Black Angels, readies the release of his debut solo album, Luca, a...


Watch this! Crazy Arm return after 7 years with new video and album news

A shot out of the blue, the Devon punk-roots trail-blazers Crazy Arm release an incendiary new single...


The Bride With White Hair – film review

The Bride With White Hair (1993) Director: Ronny Yu Cast: Brigitte Lin, Leslie Cheung Format: Blu-ray Language: Cantonese (with optional English...


Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...