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Why I think Menswear were alright

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With news of the 25th anniversary vinyl reissue of Menswear’s debut album Nuisance, which has now been delayed with the rest of the Record Store Day releases, Dave Beer reflects on their contribution and why they might have been better than the Britpop storytelling often suggests…

Dawes: Islington Assembly Hall, London – live review

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Dawes return to London after a three-year gap and find a fervent following for their retro rock from fans of all ages, including Tim Cooper.

Allah-Las: Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY – live review

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Allah-Las bring their laid-back Californian grooves to the bustle of Brooklyn on the eve of a UK visit. Their languid rhythms and sweet melodies win over a crowd including Tim Cooper. 

Michael Chapman: Lexington, London – live review

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Michael Chapman just keeps getting better at the age of 78. Not even a heavy cold can stop him delivering a spellbinding London performance with his new ensemble, says Tim Cooper

Clutch: Manchester Academy – Live Review

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Clutch Manchester Academy 20th December 2018 Maryland quartet continue to blaze a trail on the live circuit. Clutch are one of the most honest and hardworking bands in...

LIVE

Peter Hook And The Light: Mexico City – live stream

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Peter Hook & The Light Mexico City January 15, 2021 Sure, it’s strange to be seeing live shows solely from...

INTERVIEWS

Vela Incident: Interview

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Vela Incident could well be one of the best new bands in Britain…and it only took over...

NEWS

Stewart Lee’s King Rocker on Sky Arts 6th Feb – Lost footage of Robert Lloyd & Jesus Christ found!

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Stewart Lee & Michael Cumming's King Rocker is on Sky Arts 6th February 2021 at 9pm -...

MEDIA

Blue Sky: film review

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Blue Sky (1994) Director: Tony Richardson Cast: Jessica Lange, Tommy Lee Jones, Powers Boothe Run time: 101 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release date:...

FESTIVALS

Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

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