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Tim Burgess


It has been amazing year for Tim Burgess – a rare species that has bloomed under the claustrophobia of COVID and provided an endless source of entertainment and education through his twitter parties and his solo album ‘I Love the New Sky’ (reviewed by me in May). His creativity is boundless – so much so …

After releasing his solo album ‘I love The New Sky’ Tim Burgess announces news of a new EP, Ascent Of The Ascended, due 27th November via Bella Union Of the track, ‘Yours. To Be’, Burgess says: “At the tail end of the glory of the night before – with all the hope and beauty that …

If it wan’t enough that Tim Burgess fronts one of the most beloved, successful and long lasting indie bands The Charlatans, or that he has singularly redefined music in the COVID-19 age of isolation through his now legendary twitter parties, Burgess has now released an absolutely stunning solo album. And let’s get one thing straight, …

Manchester promoters Strange Days and Now Wave have joined forces once more to offer a night of loosely psychedelic themed music across three venues in the city on 20th October. Strange Waves IV will be taking over Manchester Academy, The Union and Big Hands to bring an international line up to the city that is …

BJM Dont Get Lost

Rating: 7/10 The Brian Jonestown Massacre are a main stay within psychedelic circles, and the release of Don’t Get Lost on 24th February 2017 comes a mere four months after Third World Pyramid. The double LP released on yellow vinyl was recorded and produced at Anton’s new Cobra Studio, Berlin and is the 16th full …

Taken from their forthcoming album Don’t Get Lost, out on February 24th on A Recordings, the Brian Jonestown Massacre have revealed a new track – called Fact 67, featuring The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess. Coming just four months after their ‘Third World Pyramid’ album, Don’t Get Lost was recorded and produced at Anton Newcombe’s new …

The Smiths drummer Mike Joyce has donated some very rare signed vinyl to a special record fair that will help save Muse Music who lost their stock after floodwater ripped through Hebden Bridge on Boxing Day. Mike’s signed records form a unique retrospective of Britain’s greatest indie band that is just one of the star …

When The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess agreed to play a DJ set at the Hebden Bridge Trades Club  on Saturday he couldn’t have forseen the Boxing Day floods that flooded the club’s cellar and decimated other local businesses.  But true to his reputation as one of the nicest men in pop Tim has slotted in …