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Giant Swan: Giant Swan- album review

Giant Swan have delivered one of the finest debut albums in recent memory and one of the most confounding, confusing, shocking and beautiful bass records in many a year.

The Pop Group: Y (Definitive Edition) – album review

The Pop Group's debut album Y was released in 1979. Forty years later its visceral power still has the power to shock and inspire in a box set full of surprises, says Tim Cooper.

Vice Squad – The Albums 1981-84 – album review

  Vice Squad: The Albums 1981-84 Captain Oi! 5CD/DL Released 25th October 2019 Boxset including every album the Bristol punks released during the early 1980s, including the chart hits...

Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son...

Album Review Repo Man: I Can Live With It If You Can, Son  (Stolen Body Records) CD/DL/Vinyl Released 6 Sept 2019 Bristol art-punk noise / ranting poetry band...

Massive Attack Out Of The Comfort Zone – book review

Massive Attack Out of the Comfort Zone - Elfyn Griffith reviews great new book on influential Bristol underground pioneers.

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Shura: O2 Ritz, Manchester – live review

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Shura The Ritz, Manchester Monday 18th November 2019 Paul Clarke enjoys a masteclass in moody electropop as Shura comes home...

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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...