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Politics As Sound: The Washington, D.C. Hardcore Scene, 1978-1983 By Shayna L. Maskell (University of Illinois Press) Out Now If you’re looking for an academic book that analyses the D.C. hardcore scene from the late 1970s into the early 1980s, you’ll find a wealth of material in Maskell’s new book. Shayna L. Maskell’s Politics As
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Déjà Vega : Personal Hell (Paperhead Records) DL / Streaming (Vinyl to be announced) Available now Winsford trio Déjà Vega (Jack, Tom and Mike) have just dropped their anticipated second album, Personal Hell to stream and download. The band say they set out to write a more immediate record; “a more ‘pop’ record than the
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Following the release of the title track Falun Gong Dancer, the new EP by Jah Wobble and Telefís is another treat combining eclectic electronic texture with the ambient sounds of the haunting past. Created by the legendary bassist of Public Image Limited renown and the duo comprising ​​Jacknife Lee and Cathal Coughlan, the release presents
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In a city of game changers there is a new story. The classic Manchester narrative was for an older city – the post industrial city but there is a new skyline now. Manchester looks more like LA than Coronation Street and the sound track is moving quickly. 21st century Manchester is no longer a ‘provincial’
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Recent AltPress cover artist Holly Humberstone has released “London Is Lonely.” The song is her first solo release following The Walls Are Way Too Thin. Read more: Sam Fender and Holly Humberstone drop “Seventeen Going Under — Acoustic” “London Is Lonely” was produced by Rob Milton and chronicles Humberstone‘s move to London, where she felt disconnected
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Warriors Two / The Prodigal Son (1978 / 1981)Director: Sammo HungCast: Bryan Leung, Casanova Wong & Sammo Hung / Yuen Biao, Lam Ching-ying & Frankie ChanRun time: 199 mins (both films combined)Language: Cantonese (with English subtitles or dub)Format: Blu-ray (2 Discs)Release Date: 24th January 2022 Jamie Havlin assesses two acclaimed kung fu classics directed by
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Bio: Teyquil Skelton is a singer, songwriter, producer, writer, actor, and all-around performer, born and raised in Philadelphia. Influenced by indie pop, electro, and synth elements, Teyquil’s music has remnants of a good ol’ 80’s vibe that take you back to the nostalgia of a significant era of music with a modern twist. Artists like David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Marc Bolan, The
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Avril Lavigne has joined blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus on After School Radio via Apple Music. During the conversation, Lavigne discussed Love Sux, working with Hoppus, signing to Travis Barker‘s label, adapting “Sk8er Boi” into a feature film and more. Read more: Avril Lavigne drops “Love It When You Hate Me” ahead of next album ‘Love Sux’ Speaking on
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Resistance Street: Clash Fans Organisation stages Liverpool ‘Anti-Fascism, Anti-Racism, Pro-Creative’ Event Brother Richard gives us the info ”We are Anti-Fascist, Anti-Racist, Anti-ignorance and pro-Creative.” The late Joe Strummer’s words in describing The Clash’s stances back in the late seventies, take on a new contemporary lease of life, as a new campaign organisation formed by members
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Japanese Breakfast recently performed “Slide Tackle” on The Late Late Show With James Corden. Multihyphenate musician Michelle Zauner also had a “Bar Chat” with Corden following the performance. Read more: Japanese Breakfast share rerecordings on new ‘Live At Electric Lady’ EP “Slide Tackle” comes off Japanese Breakfast‘s 2021 album, Jubilee. The band have received nods for Best
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Earache Records band Scarlet Rebels Thames boat gig just got pulled for the bands political beliefs. They were going to perform their new album on a boat with the back drop of Parliament. ‘We had the permits, backdrops, 15 selected super fans going. All agreed and planned. Then someone at the boat company looked on
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