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Elvis Costello - The Return Of The Spectacular Spinning Songbook

Elvis Costello - The Return Of The Spectacular Spinning Songbook

Elvis Costello is one of those men who is quietly beavering away all the time releasing a barrage of material under various guises so that you're never able to definitely declare you've heard every version...

Review posted on 26th January 2012

Trent Reznor - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo [Original Score]

Trent Reznor - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo [Original Score]

After the Oscar winning success of their original soundtrack for the now modern classic The Social Network it came as no surprise to hear that Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross would once again be under...

Review posted on 9th January 2012

Childish Gambino - Camp

Childish Gambino - Camp

Childish Gambino - better known as Troy from Community, if you live in America - is the rapping alter ego of Donald Glover and it's all very serious business, being a comedy actor who does...

Review posted on 21st December 2011

1991 The Year Punk Broke

1991 The Year Punk Broke

Review of the DVD 1991: The Year Punk BrokeIf you have ever listened to Sonic Youth, you will understand the genius of Thurston Moore. You won't, though, understand his captivatingly bi-polar personality, for he is...

Movie Review posted on 20th December 2011

Hymns - Cardinal Sins/Contrary Virtues

Hymns - Cardinal Sins/Contrary Virtues

Hymns are a two-piece from the Midlands, fronted by former Blakfish guy Samuel Manville. They are, it must be said, one of the least religious bands to come from the Midlands-don't let Google convince you...

Review posted on 19th December 2011

Funeral For A Friend - See You All In Hell

Funeral For A Friend - See You All In Hell

Funeral For A Friend are a band that need no introduction. The Welsh heavyweights are back after a disappointing couple of albums with an EP of new material, remixes, covers, and live versions; at nine...

Review posted on 15th November 2011

DRUGS - Connected

DRUGS - Connected

Despite everything you learnt from the cultural cataclysm of Southpark over the years D/R/U/G/S are not bad, mmmkay?What they are though is a pioneering talent in producing painfully real house music that is at once...

Review posted on 15th November 2011

Idiot Glee - Paddywhack

Idiot Glee - Paddywhack

Idiot Glee's name suggest either blatant stupidity or an ironic take on what you could now describe as a phenomenon, the TV show Glee if you didn't get that, but these are assumptions that call...

Review posted on 24th August 2011

Japanese Voyeurs - Yolk

Japanese Voyeurs - Yolk

London based metal band Japanese Voyeurs finally give us their debut album Yolk and filled with scuzzy noisy Rock 'n' Roll it was definitely worth the wait.This is the sort of album you wish you...

Review posted on 28th July 2011

Various Artists - Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Soundtrack

Various Artists - Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Soundtrack

It seems apt that for the latest instalment of a franchise based on metal objects hitting other metal objects that the soundtrack reads like a who's who of Alt-Rock/Metal acts. The third album for the...

Review posted on 25th July 2011

Fucked Up - David Comes To Life

Fucked Up - David Comes To Life

The third full length album by modern day Punk legends Fucked Up is a rock opera in four parts, a concept album, and the tale of love and loss in Thatcherite Britain. It's over an...

Review posted on 25th July 2011

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Dry Cleaning - Ramsgate Music Hall 12.01.2020 Live Review

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The Legend of David Bowie: The Birthday Playlist

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