The Criticals – ‘Treat Ya Better’

Nashville based rock band The Criticals was formed last year, 2018. by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart. The duo take their influence from the Rolling Stones, The Strokes and The Libertines, and their music therefore combines vintage sensibilities with a modern sound. Latest single, ‘Treat Ya Better’, is an excellent example of this.

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Slow Down Slicky: Earl Slick On Music, Bowie, And Being A Tough Cookie Touring With Glen Matlock

Lisa spoke with Earl Slick about passports, answering machines, the music industry and Bowie – as well as his upcoming tour with Glen Matlock and the Tough Cookies. The band will perform at 229 The Venue on August 10.

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Hunt Sales Memorial – ‘One Day’ And ‘Angel Of Darkness’

Hunt Sales has grown up in show business. He’s the son of legendary comedian and actor, Soupy Sales, and he’s played drums on stage since he was a teenager. He’s collaborated with the likes of Iggy Pop – he played drums on ‘Lust For Life’, and Todd Rundgren’s Top 20 classic, ‘We Gotta Get You A Woman’. He’s played with Bootsy Collins, and was one of the founding members of 80s experimental band, Tin Machine, which was fronted by David Bowie.

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Keith Richards Announces 30th Anniversary Reissue of Stone Cold Classic ‘Talk Is Cheap’

Keith Richards’ debut solo album, ‘Talk Is Cheap’ celebrates its 30th anniversary and released as a Super Deluxe Box Set, Deluxe Box Set, CD, LP, and Digital Download, on March 29th. ‘Talk Is Cheap’ will be released via BMG.

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Terry Ohms Blows Our Mind With ‘Mind Blow’

‘Mind Blow’ is the opening track on ‘Terryfirma’, the new album from Birmingham Alabama native, Wes McDonald. It’s released under McDonald’s performance name, Terry Ohms. The track is set for release on January 16.

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STIR OF ECHOES – ‘The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society’ Evokes An Arcadian Vision Of A Vanishing England

One the few bright spots In an Autumn dominated by knife crime, lousy weather and the endless, wearying, machinations of Brexit, was the news that The Kinks had finally gone gold with The Village Green Preservation Society.

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David Haerle – ‘Glendale’

We’ve covered other singles from David Haerle’s debut, ‘Garden Of Edendale’, with its spirited presence and clearly accomplished style. And so the Los Angeles based artist returns with his newest release, ‘Glendale’, with a video shot at the legendary Sunset Studios, in Hollywood, the same recording studios which have been used by Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and Prince, among others.

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New Video: Marianne Faithfull In Deeply Insightful Interview With Nick Cave Behind The Scenes Of New Album, ‘Negative Capability’

Marianne Faithfull’s latest album, ‘Negative Capability’ is out now on BMG, available here. The twenty-first studio album for the singer songwriter, it was released on November 2, and produced by Rob Ellis, Warren Ellis, and Head.

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Australian Singer-Songwriter Matty T Wall Releases ‘Sidewinder’

‘Sidewinder’ is the latest album from Australian singer-songwriter, Matty T Wall. The 12 track record was released in July 2018, and features production by Grammy winning producer and engineer, Bob Clearmountain, best known for his work with The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and David Bowie.

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The Silver Snails – ‘Dancing With The Stars’

The Silver Snails, an Italian-US duo based in Italy, sing in English, French, Italian, Mandarin – and even a bit of Sanskrit – on their debut album ‘The Seven Melodies’.

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‘The History of Rock (For Big Fans And Little Punks)’ – A Rock History For Music Lovers Of All Ages

‘The History Of Rock (For Big Fans And Little Punks)’ is a comprehensive guide to rock music, written by Rita Nabais and illustrated by Joana Raimundo. The pair put together the book in their native Portugal, and it’s the most complete book of rock for kids, and has something for every age.

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Dan Marsh – ‘Undress’

Dan Marsh includes among his influencs the likes of Marvin Gaye and Anita Baker, and his single, ‘Undress’, set for release on 6 July is strong, passionate, and heavy.

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The Rolling Stones Satisfy Deeply On Opening Show Of #NoFilter Tour At Dublin’s Croke Park

Many in attendance at Croke Park, Dublin, on Thursday May 17 could well have gone with the lyrics ringing in their ears of The Rolling Stones 1965 classic, ‘The Last Time’. Thankfully however the veteran rockers proved they have more than enough stamina, as they played the first show in their mammoth #NoFilter European tour.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Matt LeGrand

Today’s Essential Weekly Playlist comes from Matt LeGrand, who we’ve covered before in August with his song, ‘All Good’, and his Christmas cover of the Stevie Wonder song, ‘What Christmas Means To Me’.

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BIRTH OF THE BLUES – New Film Shines Spotlight On The Ealing Club Hailed As The Cradle Of British Rock

Tucked away in a side street across the road from Ealing Broadway tube station lies a tiny, London night spot, widely credited as the…

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Joseph Rogers

Joseph Rogers is a singer songwriter from London. He plays guitar with a folky style that owes as much to the greats of the 1950s and 1960s – his song, ‘Gone’, has a real Buddy Holly flavour about it.

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