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Album Review: The Raft releases the shimmering and dreamy album ‘Summerheads and Winter Beds’

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News: China Crisis Announce First Ever Tour to Australia/New Zealand

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Track: Manic Street Preachers – Liverpool Revisited

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Anticipation is building for The Coral‘s upcoming magnum opus, a magnificent double album entitled ‘Coral Island’ due out on Friday, 30 April 2021. ‘Coral Island’ creates a fantasy world built out of childhood memories and moves seamlessly between seasons reflecting the ebb and flow of a seaside community. The appetite is whetted even more with …

LIVERPUDLIAN lo-fi indie combo Oya Paya, who we last bumped into on our daily peramble gosh! all way back in December with the slacker-pop winter warmer of “Focus”, are back! with a complete brainworm of a groovy ditty, “Pretty Slick”, which manages to fuse a wholly bedroom indiepop aesthetic with some verry Eighties’ kinda melodies, …

LIVERPUDLIAN glamour trash punk brothers Generation are teetering on the edge of fratricide in their new video, ground down by the demands of rock ‘n’ roll, by cheap rum – these guys have taste – that ain’t Captain Morgan’s, no way, José. The trials and tribulations of the life of a glam rock duo, all …

SHE LEFT the big, big vistas of her native Bergen, Norway, and relocated to Liverpool in order to study; found she really liked it by the Mersey, decided to stick around, and soon found that songs were flowing. It’s been quite the journey from university to rising alt.folk talent for Sara Wolff, whose duvet-day summation …

The consistently elegant and ethereal beauty of The Raft shines brightly in the new album ‘Summerheads and Winter Beds’: a collection of shimmering incandescent tracks that burn brightly. And we know, that which burns brightly lasts half as long: the album is over before you know it and you just want it to keep going …

TAKING on the all the glorious, skinny, wasted rock’n’roll tradition of the Stooges, the New York Dolls, early Manics, and throwing open a mascara and glam-riffing portal in the centre of their home city, Liverpool, Generation, the brainchild of brothers James and Dean Carne have just dropped their second mint into the fizzy drink of …

Centripetal Force (North America) and Cardinal Fuzz (UK/Europe) last week released the latest LP from Mugstar, Graft, the follow up album to their much-lauded live collaboration with Can’s Damo Suzuki released earlier this year. Mugstar have been hurtling through the sonic multiverse since 2003 and have left an extensive discography in their wake. Early on, …

JAMES and Dean Carne, the Liverpudlian ‘brothers sin’, grew up on a diet of fine funk and soul, but both had a eureka moment when they fell for the less subtle seductions of the brilliance and the sleaze and greatness of the rawk. They formed Generation in their late teens, building up a reputation by …

AS THE rain starts to wrap us in autumn, at least Liverpudlian sextet Red Rum Club are here to bring a little thoughtful pop sunshine. Today they’ve dropped a video for “The Elevation”, a sweet brass-led groove about a fractious relationship in the WhatsApp age: when you get no reply even after “the ticks go …

STONE: solid, unyielding, hard.  It’s pretty much the perfect name for the Liverpudlian band that have picked up a dazzled DJ fan in the shape of Radio One’s Jack Saunders, who’s championed them all through the crawl-those-walls caging of the Covid lockdown.  But they’re back or rather, they’re unleashed; they’re full-on and they’re ready to …