NO STRINGS ATTACHED – Arizona’s Meat Puppets Return With Original Line Up For New Album ‘Dusty Notes’

Best known for their appearance on Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance in 1993, Meat Puppets have been quietly churning out consistently fine records in a variety of genres for the best part of 40 years.

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Para Lia – ‘The Man Who Went Away’

  Para Lia comprises German multi-instrumentalist, René Methner and his wife Cindy, who provides backing vocals. The pair come from Cottbus, in North-East Germany,…

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HERE COMES SICKNESS – Mudhoney Bring Their 30th Anniversary Tour To London’s Camden Electric Ballroom

A little over a decade after punk kicked over the traces with its back to basics approach, a gaggle of lumberjack-shirted miscreants from Seattle picked up the baton and ran with it.
Reared on diet of hardcore, MC5 and The Stooges, Mudhoney were at the vanguard of the grunge revolution and their debut mini-album Superfuzz Bigmuff remains a defining document of the times.

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The Cutthroat Brothers – ‘Kill 4 U’

The Cutthroat Brothers have been called “The Sweeney Todds Of Rock” because of their razor-sharp riffs and dangerously catchy songs. The pair, based in Tacoma, Washington, are both veterans of a regional rock scene, with Donny Paycheck formerly playing drums for Zeke (a hardcore band who made their name playing with Pearl Jam, Iron Maiden, and Mudhoney among others).

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Depeche Mode Release Anton Corbijn Directed Video For ‘Cover Me’

Depeche Mode have debuted the video for their new track, ‘Cover Me’. The iconic, multi-platinum selling artists have always placed great emphasis on the…

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Ger Fox Sailing Merge Wexford Talent With Debut Self Titled Album

The self titled debut album from Wexford band Ger Fox Sailing is not what you first expect. Initially the listener might think they’re all grunge and inward looking, but a closer inspection reveals a quality album filled not with angst, but contemplation.

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BACK TO BASICS – Earwig’s Lizard McGee Goes Acoustic For New Solo Album And Maiden British Tour Dates

Earwig mainman Lizard McGee is heading to the UK this month to play a series of shows in support of new solo album Spooky Jets At A…

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Charlie Worsham at The Borderline, Soho, London 16th March 2017

Steve Holley has seen Charlie Worsham three times now and has been blown away every time by his incredible guitar playing, clever lyrics and stage presence.

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CALIFORNIA DREAMING – Oakland’s Fantastic Negrito Rocks Bush Hall

A sultry steamy night in West London provided the perfect backdrop as Oakland’s finest Fantastic Negrito brought a touch of California to W12.

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Create And Be Real: Ten Quick Questions For Luce

We chat with Luce – real name Leroy Lutu – about his life, music, and inspirations.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Dawson Reigns

This week’s essential playlist comes from Nashville country recording artist, Dawson Reigns. We’ll be bringing you more about Dawson in coming weeks.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Hand Drawn Maps

This week’s essential playlist comes from Hand Drawn Maps, an Indie Surf Rock/Pop band from LA. We introduced you to them back in December, when they released their EP, ‘Kites’.

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Birdman Culture are Back With ‘Death Ray’

With a grungy sound that owes as much to New Order as it does to Nirvana comes Birdman Culture with their new single, ‘Death Ray’.

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BLURRED LINES – DISAPPEARER’S DREAMLIKE SOUNDSCAPES HAUNT THE SHADOWS

Followers of one man outfit Pedro Coelho Pereira will know he is somewhat fond of the dis prefix.

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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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