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Virus: Pathogens – Album review

Album Review Virus - Pathogens (Grow Your Own) 10" Vinyl/CD/DL Out now Nathan Brown says that the new 10 inch by anarcho-punks Virus is their best release by...

51st State: Plastic – Mini-album review

51st State - Plastic (Grow Your Own) 10"/CD/DL Out now Grow Your Own records presents Exeter's 51st State who unleash 6 tracks of a hippy-punk mashup...

Sanction This: Sanction This – Album Review

Sanction This - Sanction This (Grow Your Own) LP/CD/DL Out now The Wildmen from Northumberland return with a bleak picture of an inhumane country painted by a...

Active Slaughter: Set The World Alight? – Album review

Active Slaughter - Set The World Alight?  (Grow Your Own) LP/CD/DL Out now Strident and highly political, Active Slaughter's latest anarcho-punk album is a pogo-tastic attack on...

Rubella Ballet: Danger of Death – Album review

Rubella Ballet - Danger of Death (Overground) CD Out Now Nathan Brown listens to the latest offering from seminal dayglo punks Rubella Ballet and finds a mix...

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The Murder Capital: Electric Ballroom, London – live review

The Murder Capital's epic music fades away, the audience erupts into cheers, and strangers embrace in grinning confirmation that tonight has indeed been a bit special

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Legpuppy : interview with ‘dark Stereolab meets the lost Velvet Underground’

adventures of the Electronic/ Psych/ Punk outfit Legpuppy...............................................

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Thee Hypnotics announce support acts for UK & European 2020 spring tour

Thee Hypnotics have confirmed the full supporting bill for upcoming UK and European tour. In addition to...

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Jojo Rabbit – film review

Jojo Rabbit
Jojo Rabbit is the Holocaust comedy that combines hilarity and sentiment in equal measure. Tim Cooper acclaims the film that's the talk of awards season.

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Peel Slowly And See Festival 2020 Review – Featuring Shortparis

Peel Slowly and See festival in Leiden delivers a great edition, with Shortparis and Neighbours Burning Neighbours.