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Out now on Bandcamp, is a charity album, called ‘Music Against Living Miserably’ supporting The CALMzone/ CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) featuring 20+ songs by UK Punk,Indie, Alternative Rock, Acoustic and Experimental bands and artists. These include, Fuzz and The Felts, Das Kapitans, The Scuts, Elvis Valentine and the ghosts of chance, Fyzz Wallis Band …

IT’S been one of the more heartening responses to the ruinous effects of the pandemic on our beloved music scene: and once again, Bandcamp is waiving its fees for artists selling out of the platform this Friday, from midnight to midnight Pacific Time (that’s 8am Friday to 8am Saturday, over here). And artists have responded …

We have just spent an escapist, week long family holiday at Corcreggan Mill in Dunfanaghy, courtesy of the ubiquitous host and raconteur, Brendan Rohan. There are few better antidotes for “civilisation”, Corcreggan is a magical destination, one which Brendan describes in his local walking guide as follows, “The hollow in which Corcreggan Mill is situated is said …

“Coz every night I’m out with you I’m always chasing that train home” I guess it doesn’t matter where you live – even though this IS, and feels like, a London thing; we’ve all been there, pissed as farts, sodden with autumn rain, fags all wet, pubs shut, no money for expensive clubs, the hideous …