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John Howard – Four Piano Pieces and Across The Door Sill...

Album Review John Howard - Four Piano Pieces and Across The Door Sill (Special Edition) DL only Out Now Release of a special edition of John Howard's...

Joe Meek & Various: I Hear A New World – album...

Joe Meek & Various - I Hear A New World Cherry Red Records 3CD/DL Released 4 October 2019 Subtitled "An Outer Space Music Fantasy" and "The Pioneers Of...

John Howard – Cut The Wire – Album Review

John Howard - Cut The Wire You Are The Cosmos CD/DL Released 15th March 2019 Brand new album by John Howard, his 16th and the follow-up to 2016's...

Visage Pâle: Holistic Love – album review

Visage Pâle: Holistic Love Castles in Space 10" LP / DL Available now Lars-Martin Isler aka Visage Pâle releases his debut album via Castles In Space. Featuring both...

What Can We Learn From Number One Singles?

The music charts launched in 1952, but do they tell us more than simply who was at number one in any given week? Dave Beer deliberates.

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The 99 Degree / The Maitlands / Deh-Yey: Retro Bar – Mcr – live review

Wayne AF Carey heads out to Retro Bar and gets his ears blasted by a mixed night of totally different sounds. And a pig farmer.....

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An Interview with Toxic Chicken

Favorite physical format must be the floppy diskette. It's the poor person's choice of underground DIY, to me it looks super cool and is a challenge to fill up with interesting material.

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Negativland – TRUEFALSE – album review

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Negativland TRUEFALSE Seeland Records In an era defined in part by struggles for intellectual copyright and remuneration through streaming platforms...

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The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...