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News: Joni Mitchell celebrates the 50th anniversary of ‘Blue’ with a remastered set of her four Reprise albums

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See: The monochrome video for Trevor Sensor’s ‘Chiron, Galactus’: an instant classic of mourning, cathartic Americana

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Album Review: DMA’s – The Glow plus tour news

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Lower Than Atlantis have announced a special edition of their self-titled 2014 album. The Black Edition will be available to purchase on 20th November via Easy Life/Sony Red. The new album will feature 2 new tracks, 3 tracks that originally featured on the deluxe version of the album, 2 tracks recorded for BBC Radio 1 …

4AD lovers have been rejoicing today with the deluxe news that early nineties label stalwarts Lush are reforming to play the London Roundhouse in May 2016 as well as releasing a new compilation. Lush have announced details of their first live show in almost twenty years, playing London’s prestigious Roundhouse venue on Friday 6th May …

Fluffer Records Second Birthday Party All Dayer: Best in new Psych, Garage and Punk The Shacklewell Arms, London October 3rd, 12-3am Fluffer Records, the visceral London based label that not only bought us a host of unforgettable live music nights featuring the likes of Slaves, God Damn, Cerebral Balzy and Bad For Lazarus, but are also responsible for …

Legendary punk band Ruts DC have announced a run of tour dates across the UK in October, including a night at the Jazz Cafe in London. Now consisting of two of the original members Segs Jennings and Dave Ruffy, along with Leigh Heggarty to excel on guitar. With an extensive back catalogue from their original …

Dust and Chimes

Released on vinyl for the very first time this October is 1999’s Dust and Chimes from 6 Organs of Admittance. Fresh from appearing at Supersonic festival in Birmingham, new listeners are given the opportunity to revisit these early works on a more suitably “retro” format. The early 6 Organs sound is not a huge departure from now, …

Sheffield quartet The Comsat Angels were perhaps always the bridesmaids, never the brides. Whether it was that their brand of Post-Punk was always that little to bleak, and the angst contained within was a little to heartbreaking for the wider public, that instead latched onto the likes of U2, the Bunnymen and The Teardrop Explodes …

These anniversary editions of classic albums come round every now and then, making those of us who bought them back in the day feel really old. We’ve celebrated the releases of ‘Screamadelica’ and ‘Nevermind’. Now it’s the turn of ‘The Sound Of McAlmont and Butler’ by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, and vocalist David McAlmont. …

2016 is set to be a great year for Sleeping With Sirens. After their massively successful 2015World Tour with fellow US band Pierce The Veil, SWS have announced a huge UK and European tour for early next year. With an ever growing fan base on social media, over 115 million album streams and over 720,000 …

Funeral For A Friend have announced the Last Chance To Dance tour, that will take place next year from February to April. Covering everywhere from Australia to the UK, the band have also announced that this tour will be their last after fifteen years as a band. Vocalist Matt Davies-Kreye explained his feelings on this …

The Stranglers Spring Tour has become something of an institution over the last few years. Successive outings have seen the band play to fuller and larger venues, as the they take their unique blend of intelligent, aggressive and down-to-earth sound around Britain. Sometimes the band have a new album to showcase, something an anniversary to …