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ALA.NI : ACCA – album review

ALA.NI ACCA CD/ LP / DL A + Lso Out on January 24 2020 Pop doesn’t have a very good track record with a cappella with only the Flying...

Subsonics: Flesh Colored Paint – album review

SUBSONICS FLESH COLORED PAINT Slovenly Recordings LP / CD / DL Out now!   Atlanta’s Subsonics return for their 8th LP, Flesh Colored Paint on Slovenly Recordings, and continue with...

Mattiel: Mattiel – album review

In the places that gave birth to black music, a new generation of musicians are setting up vintage studios to recreate southern soul from half a century ago. Tim Cooper loves what Mattiel is cookin' up in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Coathangers: Brooklyn, NY – live review

"The Coathangers continue to excite loyal crowds with their strong, irreverent punk, and I have the bruises to prove it."

Gringo Star ‘Count Yer Lucky Stars’ – album review

Review of an album soon to be released by Atlanta garage rock band Gringo Star. Download track "You Want It (Count Yer Lucky Stars)"...




New Order: The Fillmore, Four-Night Residency, Miami Beach—live review

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New Order Fillmore Miami Beach, Miami 14-15, 17-18 January 2020 Audrey J. Golden and Evan D. McCormick take...


Listen to This! We’re All Aliens Release Optimistic and Riff Heavy New Single Get A Life

North West four piece We're All Aiens return with new single Get A Life. Coming almost a year...


Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020

Win tickets for the Scotland Calling Festival 2020 Its cold, its wet, its January, arguably the dullest month...


An Unconscious Coupling: Rocketman and Joker – The Double Life of Film

What can box-office hits tell us about the human condition? In the light of their success, Lee Ashworth...


Damnation Festival 2019: University of Leeds Students Union – live review

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Damnation Festival University of Leeds Students Union, Leeds 2nd November 2019 The Damnation Festival 2019 celebrated the diverse and extreme...