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Premiere: Buñuel – For the Cops

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Album Review: Krause – The Art of Fatigue

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Album Review : Metz’ ‘Strange Peace’

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London based trio Girls In Synthesis are pretty prolific with their volume of live dates. So when they announced at the tail end of 2022 that apart from a few rearranged dates, their live performances in the UK would be few and far between this year, many took this is a call to arms and …

Manchester’s underground has never been short of bands, but recently a new breed is emerging. I had a chat with Volk Soup, a multi-city-based offering who have played a few times in these parts recently and have caused quite a stir; partly for their chaotic performances and partly because of the sheer quality that’s on …

It’s inevitable that the mercurial genius of Lee Scratch Perry will live on both in spirit and in some physical form. Dial back to November 2021 when the legendary Upsetter performed as inspirational touchstone on New Age Doom’s ‘Guide To The Universe’, the album that unexpectedly became his parting shot. Perry’s wisdom, fearless flair and …

“If you’ve never been approached by men with nightsticks who are intent on beating you into compliance while you’ve been naked in a jail cell, you have not lived.” – Eugene S Robinson, Buñuel.

If you didn’t know, now you know: Beverly Crusher are finally getting their shit together and releasing an album. We’ve heard it, and if you’re in any way familiar with their sound, you’re gonna love it; even if you got on board as recently as when we premiered lead single ‘Scab’ back in June. It’s …

If you haven’t heard the new Buñuel album yet, you really need to fix that. The four-piece, helmed by Eugene S. Robinson (also of Oxbow), put out the cathartic Killers Like Us earlier this year; their new single is an ideal introduction to the record if you’re still playing catch-up. We’re premiering its cinematic video, …

Dark Mofo 2022 headliner, Kim Gordon and her band performed songs from her latest (and surprisingly, debut) solo release, 2019’s ‘No Home Record’. The sold-out crowd had come from all across Australia to see this one-off appearance with her band at The Odeon Theatre, and they would not have been disappointed, as she had assembled …

Yes please, thank you, we’ll have plenty more of that – you’ll likely find yourself saying similar things after being tossed around by this song for two-and-a-half minutes. Meet Seattlites Beverly Crusher, who today finally give us the debut album announcement we’ve been waiting for. Said album is called Waste of Waves, lifting its title …

Words: Max Falvey // Pictures: Ian Mc Donnell A week on from the release of their second album ‘Heart Under’, mind-blowing Irish visionaries Just Mustard took to Dublin’s Academy last Friday on the first night of their European tour, playing 12 songs on what was an at times brooding, but mostly dream-like performance. ‘Heart Under’ …

Athenian noise rock quartet Krause have been around since 2015, attracting small but dedicated followings in both Greece and the UK. Their debut album, ‘2am Thoughts’ (2017), marked them out as a band of interest for lovers of the sort of heavy, sludgey noise rock made by Amphetamine Reptile artists like Unsane and Cows back …