Tim Muddiman & The Strange’s Second Album ‘Domino Blitz’ Is Gloriously Grungy Rock

The new album from Tim Muddiman & The Strange, ‘Domino Blitz’ feels like it draws something from Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’. There’s a distinctly dystopian vibe to the twelve track record, the follow up to Tim’s 2016 debut, ‘Paradise Runs Deeper’. It’s dark and deep, and moody, but it’s what you might expect from Muddiman if you’re familiar with his previous releases.

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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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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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Are Acting and Singing Really that Dissimilar?

Are singing and acting mutually exclusive?

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