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Drift. : Symbiosis – album review

London-based electronica artist Drift. reveals the fiercely beating heart within the electronic pulse of her debut album Symbiosis. Tim Cooper listens in for Louder Than War.

Little Dragon: New Me, Same Us – album review

Little Dragon New Me, Same Us Ninja Tune Released March 27th DL/CD/LP/LP+ Buy the album here. Little Dragon's sixth LP is both a euphoric and transcendental record. With new approaches...

HTRK: Venus In Leo – album review

Rhys Delany reviews the fourth LP from Australian no-wave group HTRK. The album is reflective, sombre and eloquent and their best piece of work to date.

Suicide – “Suicide” Reappraisal

Suicide- Reappraisal  With this month seeing the third anniversary of the death of Alan Vega, Amy Britton looks over the legacy of Suicide, in particular...

Suicide: Suicide – album review

The remastered re-release of Suicide's landmark debut album from 1977, with 28-page booklet and previously unseen photographs, reinforces its place as an influential landmark in music history, says Tim Cooper.

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Working Mens Club: Manchester YES – livecast gig review

A classic gig that cuts through livecast Working Mens Club are one of most exciting bands in the UK who transcend these times and the tech to deliver a dark death disco perfection...

INTERVIEWS

WATCH THIS! Stuart Braithwaite (Mogwai) in depth interview with John Robb

Mogwai have been reshaping post rock or whatever you want to call that space for years now. In truth they operate brilliantly in the shadows of post punk, soundscape, soundtrack and even Goth to create stunning spectral pieces that are captivating and thrilling. They are also eloquent and outspoken as John Robb found out when he spoke to band member Stuart Braithwaite.

NEWS

Marilyn Manson teases new album on his instagram

The brilliant twisted genius of Marilyn Manson seems to be returning to the frontline. Just when we needed a twisted heavy album full of intelligent provocation to unwrap and wallow in the

MEDIA

Tokyo Story – film review

Tokyo Story (1953) Director: Yasujirō Ozu Cast: Hideo Fujino, Ayako Katsuragi, Mieko Takamine Language: Japanese (with optional English subtitles) Run time:...

FESTIVALS

Keith Goldhanger’s Things To Do Festival #2 April 18th 2020.

Keith Goldhanger has arranged a second on line music festival featuring more of his favourite bands that takes place on Saturday 18th April 2020.