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Eagles Of Death Metal Presents: Boots Electric Performing The Best Songs...

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Wayne AF Carey reviews a covers album for the first time. It's camp, it's glam, it's tongue in cheek, and has some serious stuff going on. All channeled through the warped and sexy mind of Jesse Hughes.

Press are People Too – In Defence of Those in the...

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Sam Lambeth assesses the recent Josh Homme photography incident, how it divided opinion and why those with press passes deserve better.

Queens of the Stone Age: O2 Arena, London – live review

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With their slick back hair and cowboy swagger, Queens of the Stone Age brought their Villains show to London O2 Arena and wowed 20,000 fans with a performance that confirms their status as one of the world's top rock bands. Paul Grace reported for

Iggy Pop: Post Pop Depression – album review

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Iggy Pop: Post Pop Depression – album review (Loma Vista) Released March 18 LP |CD |DL 9/10 Iggy’s final (?) album is a twisted masterpiece that harks back to...

Reading Festival 2014 – Preview

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Reading Festival 2014 - Preview

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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...

INTERVIEWS

JK Flesh and Monrella: See Red – album review and interview

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JK Flesh and Monrella See Red Avalanche (AREC035) Available 18th January 2020. Justin Broadrick (here as JK Flesh) from Jesu and...

NEWS

Tom Jones releases utterly brilliant new single… Talking Reality Television Blues

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  Sir Tom Jones releases utterly brilliant new single... really! 'The Voice' judge sings the 'Talking Reality Television...

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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...

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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...