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Live Review: Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart – Blues Kitchen, 23/11/2023

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Live Review: Faye Webster/Upchuck – Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA 21.10.2023

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Live Gallery: Warpaint at the Oxford Art Factory 23.10.2023

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Rock legends The Gaslight Anthem are back in the UK touring their new EP ‘History Books: Short Stories’ Following on from last year’s release of ‘History Books’ an album nearly 10 years in the making, The Gaslight Anthem are back with an EP and a full UK tour to boot! Tonight the tour stopped off …

With the doors being advertised at 19.00 I walked through the psychedelic entrance hallway of the Corporation to find 72 Legions signing off from their set with a few crushing and battering bars of Melodic Death Metal, the house lights then ignited and the band departed the stage to make way for the rest of …

There’s a level of devotion that goes beyond a tour t-shirt, bucket hat or even an oversized parka. Those queuing up outside the O2 Academy in Leeds to see Liam Gallagher and John Squire have those in abundance, of course, but there are those people who wear a permanent tribute to their hero. The Gallagher …

By Phil Wright Thursday 21st March took me to Leeds for a total ‘Punk Fest’ at the O2. Opening the night was a true Punk legend, Glen Matlock, the original bass player and songwriter for the ‘Sex Pistols’. He was joined on stage by Neal Whitmore from ‘Sigue Sigue Sputnick’. The combination of Matlock and …

Sir Archer, the celebrated 6-piece supergroup originating from Eora/Sydney, finished up their electrifying Hit ‘N’ Run tour with a memorable performance at the Oxford Art Factory on Thursday night. This final show marked the culmination of their journey across the East Coast, leaving audiences spellbound with their dynamic sound and undeniable stage presence. The tour, …

Rolling Stone said Master Peace is “leading the way for a new generation of indie stars”. He’s out on the road with his debut album How to Make a Master Peace, which is a piece of work that, although hard to define into a specific genre, is bristling with energy and feels at once very British …

In the vibrant depths of Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, a rising star hailing from Western Sydney, Yagki (pronounced Yagi), recently stole the spotlight with her dynamic fusion of sounds blending pop and rock influences. Commanding the intimate OAF Gallery stage, she kicked off the evening as the opening act for indie-alt rock favourites Joan & …

As I approached the Stylus for tonights slab of death and death core I couldn’t help but notice the amount of shirts milling about with logos which to the untrained eye are totally illegible, to the rest of us though they are a cacophony of geniuses in the world we all absolutely love. It then …

Tonight was an evening of a more traditional two band bill, a straight up, out and out blast of Extreme Metal. First to hit the stage were Defects, a fast-emerging powerhouse of energy and barbaric intent. From the moment they hit the stage, they demonstrated that they were here with one target in mind and …