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  Amid these unprecedented times three new releases from Bristol bands highlight as ever the diversity of this city's sounds. The distinctly Massive Attack/Tricky territory which...

The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can – album review

Album Review  The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can  (Breaking Down) CD / DL   Out now 8/10 Bristol band of 'Velvets go bossa-nova country' dabblers make exceptional Sunday afternoon...

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...

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Working Mens Club: Manchester YES – livecast gig review

A classic gig that cuts through livecast Working Mens Club are one of most exciting bands in the UK who transcend these times and the tech to deliver a dark death disco perfection...

INTERVIEWS

WATCH THIS! Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai) in depth interview with John Robb

Mogwai have been reshaping post rock or whatever you want to call that space for years now. In truth they operate brilliantly in the shadows of post punk, soundscape, soundtrack and even Goth to create stunning spectral pieces that are captivating and thrilling. They are also eloquent and outspoken as John Robb found out when he spoke to band member Stuart Braithwaite.

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Marilyn Manson teases new album on his instagram

The brilliant twisted genius of Marilyn Manson seems to be returning to the frontline. Just when we needed a twisted heavy album full of intelligent provocation to unwrap and wallow in the

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Tokyo Story – film review

Tokyo Story (1953) Director: Yasujirō Ozu Cast: Hideo Fujino, Ayako Katsuragi, Mieko Takamine Language: Japanese (with optional English subtitles) Run time:...

FESTIVALS

Keith Goldhanger’s Things To Do Festival #2 April 18th 2020.

Keith Goldhanger has arranged a second on line music festival featuring more of his favourite bands that takes place on Saturday 18th April 2020.