REAL HORRORSHOW – Scars Guitarist Returns With ‘Cross-Generational Sci-Fi Glam-Punk’ Outfit VoiceX

Bursting out of the Edinburgh punk scene of the late ’70s, Scars were a potent mix of youthful aggression and serious songwriting chops. Their…

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STARDUST MEMORIES – Last Spider Standing Woody Woodmansey On Keeping Bowie’s Music Live With Holy Holy

Between 1970 and 1973 Mick “Woody” Woodmansey played drums on four successive David Bowie albums, which saw the Starman skyrocket from relative unknown to…

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The Struts Release New Album ‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ On Interscope Records

British glam-rockers The Struts released their sophomore album ‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ on October 26th, via Interscope Records. ‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ follows the 2016 release of The Struts’ debut album ‘Everybody Wants’.

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The Darkness celebrate Top 10 album and rave reviews with ‘Pinewood Smile’

The Darkness have kicked off their mammoth 32-date European and UK ‘Tour De Prance’ in celebration of the release of ‘Pinewood Smile’, their highest charting album since 2012, out now through Cooking Vinyl.

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The Darkness – ‘Pinewood Smile’

The Darkness are back with their new album, ‘Pinewood Smile’, their first since 2015’s ‘Last Of Our Kind’. It’s devilishly sarcastic, with fine musicianship and Justin Hawkins’ deliciously soaring vocals, it’s quite easily their best record to date and is sure to please both fans and critics alike.

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BLUES OR ILLUSION – Have Cheap Trick Still Got The Magic?

Neatly timed to coincide with their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Bang Zoom Crazy…. Hello? is the Illinois veterans’ 17th album.

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Essential Advent Calendar: The Rubettes featuring Alan Williams – ‘Plastic Christmas’

With a great seasonal take on the 70s hit, ‘Ça Plane Pour Moi’, The Rubettes featuring Alan Williams, are behind door number 21 with ‘Plastic Christmas’.

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