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Premiere: Versari exclusively unveil for us their new EP Brûle: an epic filled with glorious edits and remixes casting a whole new light on the originals

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ALBUM REVIEW: Cabbage – ‘Amanita Pantherina’: Mossley marauders aim for the jugular on their second

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Album Review – Jehnny Beth – To Love Is To Live

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Recorded live at BBC’s Maida Vale Studio just before the pandemic closedown, The Murder Capital have just released an EP that features a sparse, haunting cover of FKA Twigs’s song Cellophane as well as a couple of early singles “Don’t Cling To Life” and “Green & Blue”. Of the choice for lead single off the EP, …

Tempe, AZ all-female punk rock trio The Venomous Pinks have released a another new single and video in advance of the band’s upcoming new album, “I Want You” (Die Laughing/Golden Robot Records). Guitarist/vocalist Drea Doll says: “People are fleeing from other countries to escape violence and poverty, hoping for asylum in the United States. I’ve never …

Oslo’s Mayflower Madame are back with a new album, Prepared for a Nightmare, after a lengthy absence. Following a ten-date tour of the US in May 2018, Premonition was released as a four-track offering of apocalyptic love songs that attracted press attention globally. After a hectic touring schedule, the long-awaited release of their second LP …

French three-piece Servo deal in the kind of dark, psychedelic noise-rock that storms with ease between gloomy, hypnotic moments and bouts of powerful, unrelenting noise. With a string of singles, EPs and their 2016 debut The Lair of Gods behind them, the Rouen-based band are today announcing their signing to London-based label Fuzz Club for …

The London band Pozi have announced the release of their new EP on 8th May via PRAH Recordings. Titled 176 its their first new music since the release of debut album PZ1 less than 12 months ago. First single comes in the form of the bass heavy track called Whitewashing. Think The Jam with Ian Dury on vocals. The song is …

Despite the sad death of founder and only constant in The Fall, Mark E. Smith, there is still a wealth of material to mine to keep Fall obsessives happy for, it seems, quite a long time yet. were an English post-punk band, formed in 1976 in Prestwich, Greater Manchester. They underwent many line-up changes, with …

Detroit post-punks Protomartyr have announced their fifth album, Ultimate Success Today, is to be released on May 29th via Domino, and have streamed a new single ‘Processed by the Boys’ taken from it. It’s has a certain warmth in amongst its slightly angular outlook, built on a repeating, but engaging, guitar riff, with the gruff …

Sheffield band Sheafs have dropped their new single “Thinking Out Loud”. This new track is taken from their upcoming EP “Vox Pop”, which will be released 6th March via Blood Records. The band explain the meaning behind it “The idea was to capture the array of disorganised thoughts that often fill our heads throughout the day. The contrast …

Back in November, Treviso duo Kill Your Boyfriend released their latest single ‘Elizabeth’ before embarking on a tour of the UK. This week sees the release of a new subversive video to the B-Side, a remix by Danny Christ, the guitarist from Preoccupations (formerly Viet Cong). The band who formed in 2011 are an artistic …

A. Swayze and the Ghosts are undeniably one of Tasmanian’s finest exports (along with southern gothicism, unfiltered Gin and the Dark Mofo Festival). Building up quite a reputation across Australia, they have just released a fantastic new single and announced a tour of the US – treading the well worn path of Australian bands to …