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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Paul Jacks – ‘Laid To Rest’

Anchorage Alaska is a long way from anywhere, and its very isolation, as well as its long winters, and sheer beauty, work together for the good of artists such as Paul Jacks.

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Paul Young, London Palladium - Photo credit: Lisa Hafey

Paul Young Proves That Wherever He Lays His Hat That’s His Home At Smash London Palladium Show

Can you believe it’s been 35 years since Paul Young released his album, ‘No Parlez’? His debut record as a solo artist, it reached the number one spot on the UK albums chart, and stayed there for a total of five weeks (non-consecutively), while remaining in the top 100 for 119 weeks altogether.

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Interpol – ‘The Rover’

New York City’s Interpol were one of the main exponents of the post-punk revival of the 2000s and 2010s, before taking inspiration from Joy Division and The Strokes, and guiding their sound towards a more indie approach. Their lyrics are filled with detached thoughts, characters, and observations, highlighting their integrity and morality.

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BELA LUGOSI’S READ – Drummer Kevin Haskins’ New Book Relives His Years With Goth Rockers Bauhaus

Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins was behind the kit for one of the most iconic groups of the late ’70s and early ’80s. Now he’s got…

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Man Of Truth – Nine Quick Questions With Redd Alluri

Redd Alluri’s song, ‘Man of Truth’ comes ahead of the London-based singer’s EP, ‘Who Are We?’, which is set for release at the end of this month. A diarist to his core, Alluri’s songs wrote themselves during a six month travel break between completing his Master’s degree in Finland and returning home to India. We caught up with Alluri and asked him nine quick questions.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Peppermint Heaven

This week’s Essential Playlist comes from 80s tinged electronica outfit, Peppermint Heaven. Their latest album, ‘Precious Things’, came out in January.

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7fields Wows Us With Stunning Solo Release

Better known for his work in German alt-rock band, Liquido, 7fields, real name Wolfgang Schrödl, has released a stunning acoustic cover of The Strokes’ ‘Heart In A Cage’. It’s the first solo release from the artist, and will be followed by many more this year.

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HOLY TRINITY – New Punk Trio, The G-O-D, features members of Dub Sex, The Fall and Ian Brown’s band

Three of the leading lights of the Manchester indie music scene have got together to form a spanking new power punk trio, modesty entitled The G-O-D.

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Introducing: Cfit – ‘Throwaway Survival Machine’

CFIT is an aviation term standing for ‘Controlled Flight Into Terrain’. It’s an apt name for a band whose music lifts you up and crashes you without you realising.

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Post Romantic Empire – ‘The Post Romantic Empire Album’

Originally planned as an essay about the inheritance of the Romantic revolution in the contemporary world, the Post Romantic Empire ended up becoming something wildly different.

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Noel & the Pandas – Whip Me

The Italian band Noel & the Pandas explode into the UK indie music scene with a hard hitting original sound and their new single ‘Whip Me’.

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The Hope We Had: New From twothirtytwo

twothirtytwo is a five piece band from Aldershot. “Home of the British Army” (at least according to Wikipedia), the Hampshire town is known for its statue of Wellington, its observatory, and the fact that actor Martin Freeman comes from there. Now we can add twothirtytwo to its list of local attractions.

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