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Various : Naughty (Rough Trade Books) – book review

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We all know Rough Trade for their trailblazing label, and brilliant record stores, but in recent times they have branched out into publishing short...

David Cronenberg’s Wife: The Ship (Necrologies) – album review

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David Cronenberg's Wife The Ship (Necrologies) (Blang Records) CD | DL Released 27th March 2020 Rhys Delany gives the fourth album by David Cronenberg's Wife a listen. The...

Things we didn’t know a year ago : 2019 review

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Whilst the world sits down at the end of another year to look back as well as look ahead into the world of new...

WARMDUSCHER : Village Underground, London – live review

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Warmduscher Village Underground, London November 6th 2019 Keith Goldhanger hailed Warmduscher one of his highlights at the years Standon Calling Festival in the summer. Here he...

Fat White Family, Shame, O’Connell & Love, The Railway Tulse Hill,...

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Fat White Family | Shame | O'Connell & Love  The Railway Tavern, Tulse Hill, London October 5th 2019 A secret gig with a legendary line-up, Phil Ross...

LIVE

The Cribs: The Cavern, Liverpool – live stream review

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The Cribs The Cavern Club, Liverpool Saturday 21st November 2020 Andy Brown cracks open a celebratory cider and visits the...

INTERVIEWS

Mark Fernyhough: Automatic Paintings – single review + in conversation

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Single review and interview by Susan Sloan Mark Fernyhough Automatic Paintings DL Out now! In the early 1900s Swedish artist Hilma...

NEWS

Nick Cave adds his voice to the criticism of the BBC over ‘Fairytale of New York’

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In the end, I feel sorry for Fairytale, a song so gloriously problematic, as great works of art so often are, performed by one of the most scurrilous and seditious bands of our time, whose best shows were so completely and triumphantly out of order, they had to be seen to believed.

MEDIA

The Painted Bird – film review

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The Painted Bird (2020) Director: Václav Marhoul Cast: Petr Kotlár, Udo Kier, Harvey Keitel, Stellan Skarsgard Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 16th...

FESTIVALS

Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

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From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...