Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters

Robert Plant’s had one hell of a career. Singing in the Sixties, he joined Led Zeppelin in 1969 and went on to forge a legendary series of albums with the band. While they were best-known for their heavy rock, drawing from timeless blues classics, they also turned out many a calming folk tune, often written in a cottage named Bron-Yr-Aur nestled in the heart of Wales. And the end of Led Zeppelin didn’t mean the end of Plant; in the years since, he’s not only endured but matured, broadening his body of work with elements from across the globe.

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RAGE AGAINST THE DYING OF THE LIGHT – Robert Plant Keeps The Flame Burning On Carry Fire

Robert Plant has been enjoying a late career renaissance since 2007’s excellent Raising Sand collaboration with country/bluegrass singer Alison Krauss. Carry Fire, his 11th solo studio album, sees […]

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HEY KIDS, ROCK AND ROLL – REM Documentary Marks 25th Anniversary Release of Automatic For The People

REM have unveiled a new mini-documentary to mark the 25th anniversary re-mastered release of Automatic for the People. Featuring new interviews with Michael Stipe, Peter Buck and Mike Mills, along […]

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Robert Plant Pulls No Punches With New Album ‘Carry Fire’

Robert Plant pulls no punches with ‘Carry Fire’, his first album in 3 years, out this Friday October 13.

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Clay Melton – ‘Secrets’

In the video for Clay Melton’s latest song, ‘Secrets’, he takes us behind the scenes in a garage with his band, where they play the song fervently. Inspired by the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Texan Clay’s passion for his instrument is evident, and the artist shows there’s no end to what he can achieve with it.

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DEMON DAYS – Afghan Whigs Explore The Dark Side On Devilishly Captivating New Album In Spades

Sub Pop veterans the Afghan Whigs have been ploughing their own peculiar furrow through American rock for more than 30 years now. In Spades is […]

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AV Super Sunshine – ‘Spider Wedding’

Regular readers will know we’ve featured AV Super Sunshine a few times. His latest single, ‘Spider Wedding’ uses a nursery rhyme style to convey a sinister message.

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BRUM DANCING – Birmingham C86-ers Mighty Mighty Release First New Music In 28 Years

Less that a week after our interview with one C86 alumnus in The Wedding Present’s David Gedge, another of the bands on that hallowed cassette […]

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BASSETT “GHOST HWY”

Bassett are a culturally diverse and nomadic duo comprising multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Josh Bassett and bassist Taz Ozaki. Their search for identity, peace, and creative release led them to the Californian desert, whose vast landscapes served as inspiration for their newest EP and video of the same name, ‘Ghost Hwy’.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Mikey C (Uncle Lucius)

We bring you the Essential Playlist this week of another member of Uncle Lucius. This time it’s the turn of Mikey C, aka Mike Carpenter, […]

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Alex Rainsford, The Zed Music Cafe, Sevenoaks, Kent – 5th March 2016

Steve Holley reviews Alex Rainsford, who performed at the Zed Music Cafe in Sevenoaks.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Forest Towers

Part 2 of our Essential Weekly Playlist Loveless Effect Special! This week it’s the turn of Bass player, Forest Towers. The Dread Crew of Oddwood – […]

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Seth Loveless

Seth Loveless from Loveless Effect shares with us his Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Sigmun: The Band Behind Crimson Eyes

We talk to Indonesian rock band, Sigmun.

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Sigmun Ask Us to Look with ‘Crimson Eyes’

Sigmun, an Indonesian rock band, were formed in 2011. Their debut full length album, ‘Crimson Eyes’, is a prog rock epic, with the band believing that the music they make comes spontaneously from their unconscious minds.

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A Modern Masquerade – ‘Shadowboy’

With an opening riff reminiscent of ‘Whole Lotta Love’ by Led Zeppelin, A Modern Masquerade ensure us that new release, ‘Shadowboy’, is definitely worth a listen.

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