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All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy...

All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ’n’ Roll Memoir by Kathy Valentine University of Texas Press Available Now! “I landed in the most successful all-female band in...

Small Hours: The Long Night of John Martyn by Graeme Thomson...

Graeme Thomson’s biography Small Hours: The Long Night Of John Martyn gives compelling insight into the complexities of John Martyn the man and his music. Friends, colleagues and family are often wholly emphatic in their admiration of Martyn’s talent and the lasting impression he made on their lives. His confounding abilities were something of a double-edged sword as they also facilitated destructive behaviours in his personal life that haunt this biography.

Warhol: A Life as Art – Blake Gopnik – book review

Warhol: A Life as Art Blake Gopnik Allen Lane | Hardback| Released in March 2020 "The definitive biography of one of the most famous and influential artists...

Madge Gill: Myrninerest – book review

Madge Gill - Myrninerest (Rough Trade Books) Out Now Collecting together the drawings and embroideries of outsider artist Madge Gill, this new book from Rough Trade...

John Shuttleworth – Two Margarines – book review

John Shuttleworth - Two Margarines And Other Domestics Dilemmas Omnibus Press John Shuttleworth (Graham Fellows, also Jilted John) offers his own unique guide towards a...

LIVE

The Blinders: The Bottom Floor – live review

The Blinders
Wayne AF Carey gets a taste of what The Blinders will be bringing back to the live circuit. It's sound as fuck!

INTERVIEWS

Dave Haslam Interview – Lockdown, MCR’s live venues and his latest book releases

Dave Haslam Interview
Photo above by - Chris Payne The Dave Haslam Interview LTW catches up with MCR DJ/author Dave Haslam talking...

NEWS

Watch this! Indie rockers Mint release video for new song M180

Mint
Rising Grimsby four-piece, Mint, have released a video for new song M180. Check it out below. Mint's new...

MEDIA

The Man Who Laughs – film review

The Man Who Laughs (1928) Director: Paul Leni Cast: Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin, Olga Baclanova Runtime: 110 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date:...

FESTIVALS

JOHN to headline Crystal Palace Festival – festival news

John
Crystal Palace Festival is going online this weekend with two full days of awesome performances streamed live...