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Album Review Mac Quale – Mr. Robot Original Soundtrack

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It has been viewed, especially in retrospect, as something of a watershed moment – an incoming of punk rock, a realisation that John Peel really did and could move with the times. It featured the first ever session from the Damned. It was previewed in the Melody Maker and the paper interviewed John Walters, who …

For the longest time TV shows just bored me. I felt that TV had become this vacuous void where art and commerce said “F*ck it, let’s take a dump on the viewing public and see how long it takes them to say anything.” Of course the only “art” involved was the art of selling. Not …

Low Four is a new online music platform, studio, streaming live performance, and event space at Manchester’s fabled Old Granada studios. The acoustically impressive space, first built in 1956, had only been renovated once before in 1979. The studios hosted the historic television debuts of artists as wide ranging as the Beatles, Gene Vincent, and the …

It is becoming increasingly apparent to me as Backseat Mafia develops that one thing keeps on leading excitingly to another and that the enjoyment won’t stop building. In this case, a dream of an opportunity, namely to put questions to New Model Army’s Justin Sullivan, has turned out not to be the end of that …