Author: A. Tonnerre

London based writer and photographer whose work has graced the grimy pages of most UK music publications. Marshmallowed with age he dreams of touring the Cairngorms and writing romantic prose about semantic pathways. As it is, until that cliché he is this one.

New Folk for Old Tunes: Richard Thompson

A review of the rerelease of Richard Thompson's 1976 collection of rare and unreleased material (Guitar/Vocal)...

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The Beauty of Packaging

Owning something physical, the open-eyed landscape of the tactile imagination....

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Chanting Guitars and Dusk Distortions: Bossk

Photos and review of underground post-metal band Bossk as they deliver sermons from the electric mount at London’s Garage (15.12.21)...

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Loitered Lens: Ferocious Dog

Carrying the tradition of English folk-rock... with grit and bite...

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Brotherly Hate: The Dread Archetypes of Kane & Able

Comics and graphic novels: Is anyone pushing the edge of sequential art? ...

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Musical Adventures for an Opening 2021.

Trebuchet’s subjective musical round up looks at releases by Divide and Dissolve, Memoriam, Stone Giants/Amon Tobin, LNZNDRF, Kaktus Einarsson, Melvins, Ya Tseen, Tomahawk, DJINN, Godspeed You...

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Directing Enter Art Fair

Trebuchet interviews Enter Art director Julie Alf about the inspiration behind the fair....

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The Definite Line of Emma Coyle

Emma Coyle's current figurative work focuses on contemporary fashion magazine imagery to produce painterly paintings of a Fine Art standard...

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Big Star Falls in We Travel Time

The giant shifts in chords and sonic layers creates classical headspaces and feels orchestral in its depth and shifting subtlety. We travel Time...

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Holiday Song: Jim Sclavunos Supports Endangered Venues With Masterpiece.

Renaissance musician Jim Sclavunos hints at a solo album with the single Holiday Song....

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We Travel Time: James Johnston and Steve Gullick

Where music and visual art meet. The talents of Steve Gullick and James Johnston combine on We Travel Time to poignant effect. ...

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Black, Indigenous, and Loud

Powerful and political Maori and Cherokee experimental group Divide and Dissolve provides a soundtrack for collective resistance. ...

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Shot To Fame: Remembering Terry O’Neill

'One Year On' Box Galleries highlights the late photographer Terry O'Neill's eternal talent. ...

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Photography, Light and After Love

An interview with The Heat Inc.'s Jon Dodd about the power of photography and the eternal light of Rock & Roll. ...

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Uncomfortable Music

Pushing beyond warm nostalgic genres, Trebuchet guides you through the autumnal mental fog to a more mysterious place. Featuring: Mr Bungle, Napalm Death, Ricinn, Penny Rimbaud and Bunita Marcus...

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So This is Bandante

An interview with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds guitarist George Vjestica and artist Timothy Shepard about Bandante, their audiovisual collaboration. ...

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West Coast Loitering in the Loneliest Funk of LA Priest

A review of LA Priest's Gene, a masterpiece of funky isolation. Made on a homemade drum machine of the same name, there is a lot to appreciate here....

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Figueroa: Amon Tobin’s Magical Isolation

The World As We Know It from Amon Tobin project Figueroa is a fresh take on psych folk that captives, inspires and defies expectation. ...

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Amon Tobin’s Two Finger Step Out With Nomark

An interview with electronic pioneer Amon Tobin on his venture away from seminal label Ninja Tune to stand by his own beats. ...

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Compressing Parliamentary Love Time with Actress

Interview with electronic musician Actress: Reworking Stockhausen around a contemporary issue ...

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Delight In Neon, Glitz And Reconstruction

Live review of seminal industrial group The Young Gods March 23rd 2019 Islington, London. ...

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Golnaz Fathi: Calligraphy, movement in Iranian art

The art of Iran is intrinsically bound with religion and the calligraphic interpretation of their sacred texts. Golnaz Fathi...

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Loitered Lens: MC50 (MC5) – Brexit City’s Burning

12th November 2018. MC5 (MC50) Live at Shepherds Bush Empire, London. ...

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Revolutionary Lamps Shine on the Champs

MC50 at Shepherds Bush Empire, London. 2018. Live Review...

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Loitered Lens: Killing Joke Roundhouse 2018

Live shots from Killing Joke, Roundhouse, 17.11.18...

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Killing set marred by Joke sound. 

Too much sound around. Killing Joke's great set all right for some at the Roundhouse. 17th November 2018. ...

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Uncommon Errors, Quiet Faces in the Screaming Crowd

Trebuchet talks to SiKth's Mikey (Mikee) Goodman on creating visions in sound....

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Creative Psychology, Mysticism, and the Way Within

In the instance of the human body consciousness experiences these forces and their equilibrium or disequilibrium as a sense of either wellbeing or sickness. ...

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Aural Satisfaction and Broken Beats [Duran Duran Duran Interview]

Philly Blunts to Thrice-Named Breakcore: the rise of Ed Flis's Duran Duran Duran...

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How do you know if you’ve never tasted it?

Search unfriendly Duran Duran Duran release another epic milestone in belligerent music...

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