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Black Sabbath Rest: Heavy Metal’s Creation Myth

Black Sabbath, the heroes of non-music....

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev. Part Two

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev. Part two....

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The Discipline of Inspiration: An Interview with Samuel Andreyev

An interview with composer and educator Samuel Andreyev....

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The Unquenchable Fire of Killing Joke 

Refusing defeat, Killing Joke conquer Hammersmith. Live Review 9th April 2022. ...

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A Band Beyond Definition: Billy Strings

A review of Billy Strings, Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK. 26th and 27th March 2022....

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Cultural Messengers: Midnight Oil Keep Burning

Moods stretch from the wilderness reverie of ‘Tarkine’ and the poignant ‘Lost At Sea’ to the anthemic protest celebration...

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Music from Weird Masses: Jarboe

Experimental icon Jarboe remasters and rereleases her 1986 record Blood Women Roses. ...

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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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Fire and Guitars: The Undertones

Punk Rock and Roll. A review of legendary band The Undertones at the Electric Ballroom...

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Cinematic Horror’s Punk Revival: Bunuel

Bunuel’s Killers Like Us as an exploration of evil through dissonance, unpredictability and dark poetry. ...

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The Serenely Uncanny Sound of Destruction: Foster Neville

How do fake folk memories and an uncanny set of influences inform a new electronic music release? Alexei Monroe reviews Foster Neville's The Edge of Destruction on Bibliotapes....

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The Wind, Bells, Falls of Lee and Bertucci 

Lea Bertucci and Robbie Lee's highly explorative and improvisational album renders reality with the weird. ...

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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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Velvet Layers of Sound: DVNE

DVNE have a timely title for their band and having perfected their prog-metal sound have gained recognition from a global metal audience. Featuring intricate melodies, catchy riffs and solid...

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Walking Jazz in Soho

Club crawling in the heart of Soho...

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Black Sabbath Hate Witches

Black Sabbath's unfounded prejudice against magical traditions and the friendly witches of our community...

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Loitered Lens: Ferocious Dog

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

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Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jnr

Alt-rock godfathers Dinosaur Jnr are given their due in a familial look at their awkward but sublime artistry. Review of Freakscene - The Story of Dinosaur Jnr...

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ Gospel Carnage

A review of Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' Carnage performance at the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury. Sept 2021 Carnage UK Tour....

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Special Interest: New Orleans Noir

It may be a cold passion, but it’s one that marks them out from the hordes of less spirited and complacent groups...

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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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Neunau: Sound Art from Ancient to Modern

Neunau is a connection between worlds that might seem distant from one another, this allows me to work on various levels...

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Slithering Through Self-Discovery with Leon Vynehall

A herpetological review of the Leon Vynehall's 2021 Ninja Tune Release 'Rare, Forever' ...

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History Remixed to a New Beat

Belgian New Beat fuelled a perfect storm of moral panic on a French TV report about the scene. Yet like punk, condemnation made it more successful. ...

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Isles, The Electronica We Needed This Pandemic

Isles by Bicep : the perfect album for the pandemic, for moments of reflection and isolation. It is made for listening at home, alone....

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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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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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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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Radio Mulot’s Illicit Waveform Society

Radio Mulot charity release by The Pop Group’s Mark Stewart (& Friends). Trebuchet Video Premiere of Un Nebun ...

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