NGAIRE RUTH reports on Loud Women, the collective taking the music world by storm
Wednesday 29th Jun 2016
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Norwegian singer-songwriter and activist Moddi will soon release an album which gives voice to singers whose works have been banned around the world. ANNE DOUGLAS reports
Thursday 23rd Jun 2016
Psychic Ills Inner Journey Out(Sacred Bones)4/5
THREE years in the making, the fifth album from New York City’s Psychic Ills is a slow-burn collection of slackerish guitar music.The music is so slow and spaced out it verges on the stately. Opener...
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
Saturday 11th Jun 2016
A fundraising album for the campaign against TTIP is a great example of solidarity and internationalism, says BOB ORAM
Saturday 28th May 2016
St John's at Hackney, London E5
Listening to the work of Canadian composer Tim Hecker live is a rare experience of electro-body music.
Playing tracks from the albums Love Streams and Virgins, Hecker constructs a digital torrent of original sonic music which...
Monday 23rd May 2016
Thursday 19th May 2016
BOB ORAM went to the musical feast served in Barnsley to celebrate May Day
Wednesday 11th May 2016
The Yardbirds: The Yardbirds (Repertoire)
THE 1966 album Roger the Engineer, a classic by legendary south-west London blues-rock band The Yardbirds, was informed by lead guitarist Jeff Becks’s eclectic tastes.
The fuzz tone,...
Tuesday 10th May 2016
James Walsh’s Culture Matters: The celebratory mood of the man from Buenos Aires and Kentish Town.