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Noise rock


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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If you are to believe the hype, Sewer Rats were discovered lurking around a disused Grimsby fish market – yes, it’s grim up North, and it doesn’t get much grimmer than that. Hailed by their label, ‘Fluffer Records‘, as “the future of British rock ‘n’ roll” we needed to find out more. So we headed …

I can’t remember the first time I heard No Joy. I know it was sometime in 2013 when they had just put out their excellent Wait To Pleasure. Something about that album was immediate and in-the-moment so I was compelled to have it. The guitar and vocal interplay between Jasamine White-Gluz and Laura Lloyd has a very …

Fuzz Clubs split series has become essential buying recently, with number five in the series featuring Texas Psych godfathers The Black Angels and Italian Psych rockers Sonic Jesus and for number six they’ve really surpassed themselves, inviting two of the greatest noise rock bands on the planet – New York City’s A Place to Bury …

You should never judge a book by its cover. Yep; can agree with that.  But when it comes to music, should you judge a band by their name? I’m not sure on this one, but one thing I am sure of, is that I’ve always thought ‘A Place To Bury Strangers’ was a great name for …

Speeding head first out of the Black Country, God Damn are one of the bands burning the torch for the current UK rock scene.   Living up to their name, God Damn make a god damn lot of noise. Like the MC5 reinventing themselves in modern day Wolverhampton, spunky, frenetic guitar collides with thumping purposeful …

Trick or treat ? Experimental noise duo Lovechilde kicked off the Hallowe’en season a few weeks ago with the release of the eerie, almost Satanic, ‘Séance For St. Sebastian’ (click HERE to see earlier review). In keeping with the theme, and in a fine act of generosity, they have decided to offer everyone a treat by …