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Dull Unconscious Man is Music for the Cognitive Elite!

With thunderous electronic industrial madness, Dull Unconscious Man questions the very essence of changes to the human condition in the digital age Read More »

Japanese Fighting Fish are ‘Swimming with Piranhas’ in their new savage release!

Japanese Fighting Fish, four lads who anchor their boat in London, are bringing fun back to rock with their electrifying new album ‘Swimming with Piranhas’ Read More »

Horrible Halloween Noises from DEATH CAT

review for the Death Cat album Horrible Halloween Noizes from Not-Records. Horror punk, noise punk, experimental music from Los Angeles. Read More »

Man from the Box releases “Three Sides of a Tragedy I”, a powerful story told with amazing music

Man from the Box has released his debut EP “Three Sides of a Tragedy I”, which is the first in the trilogy “Three Sides of a Tragedy”. The story, and inspiration, behind the music is based on true events. Living in a place where we share our mundane life with ... Read More »

Hypnotic new video release from NZ’s The Transcendents

Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand, The Transcendents are a music project spearheaded by Chris Pole. Their recently-released self-titled debut album – described by indie-music website The Equal Ground as ‘vertigo-inducing’- is a defiantly lo-fi affair, as are the videos which accompany five of the ten tracks. These include the rapid-fire ... Read More »

Italian Rockers ‘Noel & The Pandas’ Set to Release Debut Album – ‘In The Art Of Doom’

Noel and the Pandas are the hottest new alternative rock sound to emerge from Italy. With a soft rock sound and sensitive lyrics, the guys add a hearty Italian twist to rock. The band is led by front man Noel, who is the ultimate Italian Jack of all trades that ... Read More »

The Enigmatic Vagabond Flag Debuts ‘Not Afraid’.

Vagabond Flag is somewhat of an enigma. His focus is on the music pure and simple. Vagabond Flag’s background is steeped in emotional conflict and tension. He was, like most of us, affected by the 9/11 terror attacks in New York. He started to notice previously thinly masked social divides ... Read More »

“Time To Burn” by Jon Bentley – Born in Rehab, Raised in the Train Yards, Delivered to your Screen,

Less than a year ago, Utah musician Jon Bentley found himself in a drug rehab facility in the town of Payson, Utah. Here is the story of  how this time influenced his latest song and video –  Born in rehab, raised in the train yards, delivered to your screen,  The story of ... Read More »

Alias Kid – Return of the Mancs?

Last night Alias Kid played upstairs in The Ducie Bridge, a small venue in Manchester. This is a band that has garnered interest with a recent review that can be found at this link. Unfortunately (for the crowd) lead singer Maz was not present due to the birth of his new baby; and this ... Read More »

Alan McGee: New Book, New Star Band?

Every fan of rock and roll has been awaiting the release of Alan McGee’s new biography; and why not? It charts the life of one of music’s most illustrious moguls. However, it was in a club in the heart of the Toxteth area of Liverpool where I found out he ... Read More »