Here they’ve taken the vernacular and made something contemporary and lasting
Spread over two floors, the London Drum Show was a mixture of commerce, education and performance.
Figurative ceramics, painting and photography, exploring themes such as magical realism and mysticism through to the macabre and grotesque
De Freston’ s work has little to do with the emphatic and aggrandising tradition of history painting.
Tate Modern and Africa Express present Terry Riley’s In C Mali is released online on 27 November at The Space
Carl Byron Batson
Drowning out the critics with a drop of Dublin’s finest distilled malt, The Dough Rollers rock the Apollo
Reeves Gabrels, currently guitarist in The Cure and formerly David Bowie’s collaborator in Tin Machine, interviewed
Compared to previous Red Square releases, this is slightly darker, slightly colder in tone.
The closest thing to Fish-era Marillion in their mid-80s prime as you’re likely to get
A gig fuelled by what might best be termed dark psychedelia (or doom metal and its many sub-varieties)
This album marks the release of the band’s darkest material since Pork Soda
Will Exodus: Gods and Kings Fulfill Ridley Scott’s Promise?
Adam X is open and unashamed about his industrial/EBM connections, in sad contrast to some other producers
Capturing the frenzy at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire
This is the proverbial bollocks, with an utter mastery of brutality and method in equal measure.
Some 20 plus years into their careers Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers are STILL one of the greatest live acts on the planet
Tom de Freston
The Rembrandt in the paintings at the National Gallery… is a man who suffered: as a victim of unfortunate tragedies, and as a result of personal flaws.
To compare this to tinned sardines doesn’t really do it justice… it’s closer to tinned beans, or cous-cous squashed unceremonially into a really small tub
The exhibition is a retrospective of photos of Manic Street Preachers taken from Cummins’ first NME shoot with the band in 1992
Did the crowd go wild? Yes the crowd went f’ing wild, especially when Steve Stevens began teasing the intro to ‘White Wedding’. The place erupted
The show feels like stepping into a noir detective story, surrounding the disappearance of the island of Nuuk
Both Cowbell and their amazing music have yet to be revealed.
Sociology is a Martial Art follows the day to day mental life of Pierre Bourdieu, a French sociologist at the forefront of Post-structuralist theory until is death in 2002.
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