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The Slow Readers Club: Top Ten Influential Albums

Wayne Carey speaks to The Slow Readers club, who reveal their top 10 favourite albums!

Morrissey: SSE Arena Wembley, London – live review

Morrissey SSE Arena Wembley, London 14th March 2020  Louder Than War writer Phil Ross and photographer Svenja Block risk pestilence to peer into the soul of Morrissey,...

Morrissey: I Am Not A Dog On A Chain – album...

Morrissey I Am Not A Dog On A Chain (Etienne) 6/10 Bruised and bloodied by mainstream isolation, Moz returns with another spirited but ultimately subpar collection of meandering...

Johnny Marr: Albert Hall,  Manchester – live review

Johnny Marr comes home and shows why he's the Guv'nor.

Why the time is right for a Divine Comedy re-appreciation

In an era where Morrissey’s controversial comments are skewering his lyrical sensitivities, who can we look to for foppish forays and witty sentiments? Why, he was there all along, and his name is Neil Hannon (aka The Divine Comedy). Sam Lambeth writes a fresh appraisal of the Londonderry darling.

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Baddies: London, Lexington – live review

Baddies
Southend's Baddies broke up in 2012 but reformed for a special one-off gig in London to celebrate...

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In depth interview with the late Alan Merrill (The Arrows) who died this week

The following is the full transcription of an interview that Mark McStea did with Alan Merrill about four years ago where he talks his career in depth.......

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HMS Morris Release Great New Single ‘Poetry’ – Listen!

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Wales' HMS Morris have today released a brand new single 'Poetry' via the Cardiff label Bubblewrap Collective. https://youtu.be/X2wZ8njrnuE According...

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Kwaidan – film review

Kwaidan (1964) Director: Masaki Kobayashi Cast: Rentarō Mikuni, Keiko Kishi, Kazuo Nakamura Run time: 183 mins Format: Blu-ray Language: Japanese (with optional...

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Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar), Iceland – festival review

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar) Reykjavik, Iceland 26 January to 4 February 2020 Reykjavík's Dark Music Days midwinter festival has...