Carl Byron Batson
Rockabilly blues from Oklahoma, photos of JD McPherson at Islington Assembly Halls, January 2015
Kerry Anne Mendoza
Protection of vulnerable children is not possible if those delivering the services are not obliged to follow established rules.
Pretty Vicious: four disaffected indie teenagers eager to put their hormone-fuelled stain on the music scene
‘I say to people, I retired when I was 15, I left school and joined a band’
“You want to be a writer,” Kelly said. “Why don’t you work at Barnes & Noble?”
“I wear clothes, too. Maybe I should get a job in a sweatshop.”
I wanted to work with good people. It’s as simple as that
The visceral fury of punk with the dexterity and precision of metal
Diagrams live at the Lexington
‘The longer that I’m on the bike, the more it becomes an extension of myself’
An intersection between prog, drone, cinematic noise and the cathartic gospel
Kimberly J Bright
Featuring partial reunions of King Mob, with cameos from Johnny Marr and Ian McShane, Joyland is greasy, elemental rock par excellence.
Uniting songs, poetry and painting, OE brings the myth of Orpheus and Euridice to a contemporary setting
Art Devine Thunders
To say that they’re referencing Dadaism or Situationism wouldn’t be a cop out, but it wouldn’t tell you anything either, and that is the danger of this record.
“Get rid of the dog”, she said. “Or get rid of me.”
No frills full-on hardcore metal. Photos of Kreator at the HMV Forum, London
Fittingly, many of the paintings also included in this show are left raw and unframed, exposed to the elements – and artistic scrutiny.
While the majority of the men in the audience quietly beamed, the girls in the audience hooted and hollered.
Girls who want to avoid being clobbered should aim to be tall, blonde and pretty. Does the ‘Slap Her!’ video send out the wrong message?
You can make your case and express your view, but riling up the worst elements and trolling isn’t free speech; it’s just being an antisocial jerk.
Whereas his previous work featured imagined interiors and locations acting as memorials to real people, here it is the narratives which are imagined
The Clash and the Pistols all became extended family to me. They were all like my brothers.
Photos of Arch Enemy at the HMV Forum, London
Muses, monsters and mannequins, an exhibition that explores what it means to be human.
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