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Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Life ‘Don’t Turn Away’ – album review

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  Steve Ignorant's Slice Of Life 'Don't Turn Away' (Overground Records) LP | CD | DL Rel Date: 16th August 2019 The eagerly anticipated follow up to the...

Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life @ The Joiners, Southampton – live...

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Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life The Joiners, Southampton Wednesday 12th April 2017 Steve's first gig in Southampton for many, many years. Ged Babey missed Crass at the...

Steve Ignorant & Paranoid Visions announce “Now and Then…!” album…

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Steve Ignorant & Paranoid Visions announce "Now and Then...!" album... Steve Ignorant & Paranoid Visions have announced the follow up the hugely successful 2013 LP...

Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Life ‘Live at The Forum 2015’ –...

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Steve Ignorant's Slice Of Life ‘Live at The Forum 2015’ (Overground Records) Vinyl only (Limited Edition) Rel Date 6th May 2016 Brave is the word - but...

Slice Of Life: New Brighton – live review

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Slice Of Life Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton 11th July 2015 Slice Of Life stems from a desire to "do something different" - perhaps the most...

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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...

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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

Futurama Festival postpones to September – Liverpool post punk festival finds new dates

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All current tickets will remain valid so please keep hold of them. We all desperately need something we can look forward to after this awful time in all our lives.

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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:...

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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...