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Supersonic Festival 2015: Birmingham, Saturday – live review

The music is a merging of the long deep guitar sounds from the Earth man and the electronic noise of the Bug. They intertwine and surround each other and then the beats kick in, dirty and hard they are slow steady and grinding, a perfect foil for the guitar.

Supersonic Festival 2015: Birmingham, Friday Night – live review

They have no projections and just three white lights shining towards the crowd from the back of the stage, simple and plain, it is all they need. It’s slow to draw you in, but the demonic dancing and faceless twitching figure grabs hold of you and you are lost. It’s like unwelcome memories of childhood nightmares that rise up in the middle of the night. Strangely compelling but not entirely welcome.

Supersonic Festival 2015 Preview

The Supersonic Festival is always one step away from everybody else, Capsule, the people behind the festival are fearless when putting the line up together. Be it music, art installations or literature they never fail to deliver something very special.

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Peel Slowly And See Festival 2020 Review – Featuring Shortparis

Peel Slowly and See festival in Leiden delivers a great edition, with Shortparis and Neighbours Burning Neighbours.

INTERVIEWS

Legpuppy : interview with ‘dark Stereolab meets the lost Velvet Underground’

adventures of the Electronic/ Psych/ Punk outfit Legpuppy...............................................

NEWS

WATCH : video for Joe Gideon new single

Joe Gideon whose recent Manchester gig got a rave review on LTW here, has a great off the wall video for his new single here... With songs that switch from tombstone blues to pastoral psychedelia to sparse post-punk to grinding grooves. Songs of tension and release, lyrical bon mots and rhythmic power and imagination with very English melodies entwined around the songs

MEDIA

Jojo Rabbit – film review

Jojo Rabbit
Jojo Rabbit is the Holocaust comedy that combines hilarity and sentiment in equal measure. Tim Cooper acclaims the film that's the talk of awards season.

FESTIVALS

Underneath The Stars Festival – 31 July to 2 August 2020

Underneath The Stars
Underneath the Stars 2020, the seventh iteration of this wonderfully intimate three day festival with a big...