Marillion | Misplaced Childhood album review
Aug13

Marillion | Misplaced Childhood album review

Review by Chris Roberts The album that rebooted prog, now remastered, blossoms in adulthood Mid-80s Marillion: a religion to fans, a punchline to others. They were deemed so unfashionable in the era of The Smiths, the Mary Chain and The Cure that those who’d seen the li read more

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PLUNGER | Half Moon double-header with Du Bellows and Second Sons
Jul02

PLUNGER | Half Moon double-header with Du Bellows and Second Sons

From PLUNGER  | July 2, 2017 Everyone knows two heads are better than one… … and they don’t come better than this Half Moon double-header with Du Bellows and Second Sons: two young London bands, both very much on the rise, both already recognised as special by renowned read more

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KEXP Exclusive Interview | Peter Perrett
Jun23

KEXP Exclusive Interview | Peter Perrett

Back in 1989, The Replacements covered the song “Another Girl Another Planet,” originally by late ’70s UK power-punk band The Only Ones, and it never would’ve happened if not for their former manager Peter Jesperson, who put the song on a mix tape for the tour van. Jesp read more

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Video | Flare Voyant – Ephemeral Romance (EXCLUSIVE)
Jun05

Video | Flare Voyant – Ephemeral Romance (EXCLUSIVE)

View the exclusive release of the new video of Ephemeral Romance from their debut EP produced by Chris Kimsey. read more

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Album Review | ERJA LYYTINEN – “STOLEN HEARTS”
Mar30

Album Review | ERJA LYYTINEN – “STOLEN HEARTS”

  REVIEW Finnish slide guitarist / singer / writer Erja Lyytinen releases her new album, “Stolen Hearts” on Friday, 7th April – the follow-up to 2015’s “Live In London”, and the first studio album since her tribute to Elmore James, the 2014 release, “The Sky Is Cr read more

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One To Watch For in 2017 – The Second Sons
Dec24

One To Watch For in 2017 – The Second Sons

If you’re old enough to have seen Delaney and Bonnie on tour with Eric Clapton and George Harrison and a certain Mr. Bobby Keys on saxophone you’ll know that they were a proper rock band – the genesis of Derek and the Dominos – their music was the best read more

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