Energy: A documentary about Damo Suzuki is a brilliant new film featuring the enigmatic, much-loved former CAN frontman. He is best known as the vocalist, between 1970 and 1973, of the seminal kosmische band. At this time, CAN was undoubtedly at its creative peak and Damo was the perfectly lithe, livewire frontman. Energy: the film […]
Category: New release
Teleman: enjoy your ‘Short Life’
Indie-popsters Teleman may have lost a founder member, but the band still write insanely catchy records. The London-based band’s new single ‘Short Life’ is proof positive. The song motors along joyously and is as sunny as the summer sunshine in the promotional video. The message from Teleman here is positivity. However, while the song sounds […]
The new single from Black Market Karma and Tess Parks is ‘The Sky Was All Diseased’. It is a collaboration borne of friendship and spontaneity and is a primer for BMK’s eleventh album Friends in Noise. End time harmonies BMK’s main person Stanley Belton said, “Tess and I first met in 2014 when she reached […]
This is Sparklehorse
This is Sparklehorse is a documentary about the legendary US musician Mark Linkous who passed in 2010. After his death, UK-based film-makers Alex Crowton and Bobby Dass decided to honour his life, music, and enduring legacy. In 2014, Crowton and Dass blogged about a successful US trip to interview some of Mark’s close friends and […]
What is the link between MetroGlow, Martin MacInnes, Donna Haraway, and William Faulkner? Read on to find out!
Manchester’s World of Twist should have been huge. Co-founder Gordon King tries to explain why it didn’t happen in his biography When Does the Mind-Bending Start? Simon Dickinson, whose band toured with World of Twist, guest reviews for Even Butterflies Make A Sound.
Read on to discover the inspiration behind MetroGlow’s debut EP Kraftwerk Mein Leibe.
Exciting goings-on at the Fuzz Club label as it releases the new EP by Helicon (Glasgow) and signs The Jesus and Mary Chain.
Ireland music legends Cathal Coughlan and Jacknife Lee have been dubbed up by Jah Wobble.
Few musicians can claim as distinctive a sound as Robin Guthrie. After a 40-year career, he continues to produce music that captivates and enthrals. Read on to find out more about Guthrie’s creative burst.