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Jemma Freeman & The Cosmic Something: Oh Really, What’s That Then?...

Album Review Jemma Freeman & The Cosmic Something: Oh Really, What's That Then? (Trapped Animal) LP/CD/DL Pre-order now/ Released 18th Oct 2019 9/10 Debut album from a band who...

Dana Gillespie – What Memories We Make – Album Review

Dana Gillespie - What Memories We Make Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 29th March 2019 Subtitled "The Complete MainMan Recordings 1971-1974", this 2CD set features everything Dana Gillespie recorded...

Darlingside: Harris Paseltiner – interview

Jon Kean caught up with Harris Paseltiner recently to talk about the new Darlingside album, its genesis and the influence of Nintendo.

Gavin Martin: Talking Musical Revolutions – Album Review

A fine piece of music-meets-poetry from the new album by Gavin Martin

Arctic Monkeys: AM – album review

The Arctic Monkeys in 2013 seriously rock but in a way that they are not a rock band- they rock but they also vary their sound like the great bands like the Beatles when they owned the sixties and Bowie when he owned the seventies in that way that they can rock when they want, the can do sumptuous ballads when they want, they can do big space music, they can do neo disco and it all belongs to them. They are beyond genre and have escaped the indie noose when the indie noose had no more meaning any more.

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Metronomy: The O2 Institute, Birmingham – live review

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Metronomy The o2 Institute, Birmingham November 16th 2019 Metronomy bring the UK leg of their successful ‘Metronomy Forever’ tour to...

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Nightingales: No Love Lost – Vinyl reissue reviewed

Album Review Nightingales - No Love Lost  Limited Edition Double Vinyl / DL  Available to download and pre-order vinyl 15...

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WATCH! Exclusive new song from L’EPEE – ANTON NEWCOMBE, EMMANUELLE SEIGNER…

Of course this was always going to a great experience. Anton never lets you down and the second single taken from their album, Ghost Rider’ is tripped out lysergic ooze and a wonderful suspension of belief

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The African Queen – film review

The African Queen (1951) Director: John Huston Cast: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn Run Time: 105 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 18...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...