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Robert King: Super-8 – single review

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Robert King Super-8 CD/LTD CD (Rubber Taxi Records) Out now The dark magus of Edinburgh's post-punk scene- now based in Lyon- makes a dramatic return to the fray...

Penetration: the Bierkeller, Bristol – live review

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Live Review Penetration: the Bierkeller, Bristol  1/4/2016 Pauline Murray and Penetration play the West Country... so Ged Babey and the Southampton contingent get out the sat-nav. Haven't been on a...

Penetration head out on UK mini-tour in March-April 2016

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  News Penetration head out on UK mini-tour in April 2016 The North-Easts finest, original, Class of 1977 punk band Penetration head out on a rare tour...

Penetration: Resolution – album review

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Penetration -  Resolution (Polestar Records) CD / LP / DL Out now. 10/10 Thirty-six years on from their last album, Pauline Murray, Robert Blamire and Penetrations 2015 line-up...

Interview: Pauline Murray from Penetration talks to Ged Babey about EM...

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Pauline Murray from Penetration talks to Ged Babey about EM Forster's short story The Machine Stops which informed a track on the new album.

LIVE

A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain – live stream

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A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain 14 February 2021 The sad and untimely death on 13...

INTERVIEWS

Interview: The Other Ones on their debut album

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The Other Ones The Other Ones Reckless Yes CD | DL | Streaming Out now The Other Ones' self-titled debut album...

NEWS

The Coral get down with 85 year old grandad on 10th studio album!

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The granddad of The Coral’s James and Ian Skelly, confirmed at 85 years old as guest vocalist...

MEDIA

Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog – Notes From A Gallery

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Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog host an online four day exhibition of film and performance at Gallery 46 this week from the 24th to 27th February. 

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...