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Not Forgotten: Warren Zevon

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Track: Gungfly – Happy Somewhere In Between

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Track: Decay – Staring At The Sun

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Australian indie rockers The Sea Gypsies return to the spotlight after a 2-year hiatus, to release new single Daydream. Their new track shows a new side to the group that fans will be delighted to experience – the track honours the bands rock music roots while delivering refreshing and catchy sounds. ‘Daydream’ is a laid-back tale …

Having given it a couple of months to ferment on the internet, Shame are releasing the audio from their performance film ‘Live in the Flesh’ for Record Store Day (albeit that you can stream it now). The vinyl will be available on 12 June, if you can find it. You can also catch them on …

I find myself constantly amazed by the ever impressive David Grohl. Whether you’re a fan or not, whether you supported his musicianship as part of Nirvana or Foo Fighters, he clearly is a musician who knows his strengths and will stop at nothing to challenge his own potential and deliver something that’s authentically his. He’s …

It was in that cavernous bedroom of yours that you played me “Start Choppin’” and something fundamental changed. Sure, I’d heard guitars already.  Rob had introduced me to Hendrix the summer before and I’d fallen in love with the groove of Crosstown Traffic, the insouciance of Stone Free and the volume of Voodoo Chile.  But …

There’s nothing like a piece of earth-quaking straight forward no frills rock’n’roll, and The Velvet Hands have nailed it with style in their new single ‘Star’. Lashings of grunty guitars, woop-woops, soaring backing vocals and a stabbing horn section are the perfect ingredients for some down to earth indie rock. Just add leather jackets, a …

FOR FAR too many music fans here in the UK, the name Warren Zevon merely equates to the American singer-songwriter’s one and only hit in the late 70s, “Werewolves Of London”. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, as it’s a great song and Zevon deserved his pop-star moment. Things is there was more to …

London based Saint Agnes are renowned for their visceral (and reckless) live shows, abandoning all concern for their personal safety and clambering around, all in the name of having a great time. Seeing as live shows are on hiatus for the moment, the band found a new way to shock during lockdown and have this …

Brighton, UK punk rock band Harker have shared a new single ‘The Beast Must Die’. The track is taken off the band’s upcoming LP ‘Axiom’ out April 23rd on Wiretap Records, Disconnect Disconnect Records, Shield Recordings, Fixing A Whole Records. “The Beast Must Die’ is based on the idea of ‘Mono-consciousness’ by English writer Colin Wilson – as a philosopher, Wilsons writing …

THE ROCK synthesis of Irish siblings Steph and Paul O’Sullivan, Greywind are back after their dominating 2017 album Afterthoughts with a new single, which loses none of the anthemic rock catharsis while revealing a more heartsore dimension. They accelerated through their formative period when the very first song they uploaded to SoundCloud, “Afterthoughts”, was picked up …

Original rockers Cheap Trick have announced their new single, ‘Light Up The Fire’. The track is taken from the bands eagerly anticipated 20th studio album, ‘In Another World’, due 9th April via BMG. “This band is held together by music,” says Robin Zander. “It’s the super glue that keeps us writing and putting records out. The reason we …