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Body Count Hit London – Locked And Loaded

 he full might of pump action Cop Killers Body Count was about to be unleashed on London town and the night was gently lubed up with two very pleasant and unexpected musical treats. We put our black...

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Loitered Lens: Starcrawler

The disturbing majesty of Starcrawler ...

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Bullet For My Valentine’s Not Dead Yet!

Welsh Metalcore stalwarts Bullet For My Valentine are back with new release 'Gravity'. But does it stand up against their early material?...

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A Grand Day Out At Camden Rocks

Team Trebuchet visit a few of our favourite Camden haunts to soak in this year's Camden Rocks....

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Downfall of Nothing! (Nervosa)

Thrash Metal is a scene dominated by the same old household names... Can some fresh faces in Brazilian upstarts Nervosa clamber onto that level, too, with new album 'Downfall of Mankind'?...

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Only The Support: How To Steal The Show

Bristol Indie-Rockers Coasts made for a stellar night with their headline appearance at Kentish Town's O2 Forum... But how did openers Only The Poets fare in navigating the crowd?...

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Wrecked The Grading Curve – Home Wrecked

Sheffield Pop Punkers Home Wrecked tackle the tricky sophomore release with a fresh, mature approach in ‘Try What You Want, Just Make Sure It Works’....

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Making music: a Taxing process?

Blues and Rock-influenced unit Tax The Heat drop in to discuss new album 'Change Your Position'...

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Nomadic music and the convergence of style – Tengger Cavalry

Sometimes, the tropes of contemporary Western culture can combine with the music of other eras and nations to turn up unexpected results....

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Frank Turner brings punk to the folk-core (or vice versa)

Contemporary Folk-Punk troubadour Frank Turner's Hardcore alter-ego Möngöl Hörde knock London's Scala down a couple of pegs....

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Operation: Mindcrime (Live Review)

To Queensrÿche without Geoff Tate or to Geoff Tate without Queensrÿche? Operation: Mindframe celebrate 30 years of their namesake album....

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Frank Turner: Unearthing The Underground

Eclectic singer-songwriter Frank Turner gives Trebuchet the low-down on some of his favourite rising stars....

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The Hat Man and The Korg

Saturday night music at the Lansdowne pub in Lewes, church of the unchurched, and my (low) expectations are scattered to the four winds by the performance of Robert Lashmar AKA Rhythmic/AKA The Hat...

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Dead Reflections, Live Context (Silverstein Interview)

A cosy chat with Silverstein singer Shane Told...

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Slippers and Chardonnay Time? (Womadelaide Epilogue)

25 years of festivals proves that, despite grumbles from the old 'uns, Womadelaide knows best....

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Notable for its Collaborators (Faulkner)

Interview with Dimitri Farougias from US Pop band Faulkner. ...

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Have You Hugged a Musician Today?

Kanye doesn't like things near his bum, but otherwise, musicians need love. An essay on how to be a good fan....

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With a Rictus Grin and Another Pint: Surviving The Totally Democratic Bar

Should we complain if a lot of very average bands and soloists carry on in the belief that they are special?...

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Loitered Lens: Thunder Mother

Photos of All-girl Swedish Rochers Thunder Mother at the Gibson rooms London 2015...

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Blake / St. Mungo’s Broadway : Interview

Homelessness can affect anybody and everybody. Homelessness is not a class or economic problem. It’s a social and support problem....

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Killing Joke In Dub

A cornucopia of delights released from Killing Joke ...

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Loitered Lens : Boom Tales

Photos of Boom Tales by Carl Byron Batson...

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Loitered Lens : Prosperina

Photos of Prosperina live at London's KOKO....

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666 Degrees of Separation

Manson has lost some of his ability to exercise the media for his own sinister purpose, but still retains the sanguine air of a devil in temporary chains....

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The Savage Nomads : Reunited Lovers [Interview]

It is quite shocking how much people take for granted these days; how easy it is record songs by yourself so quickly. Embrace it!...

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Loitered Lens : Travis

Photos of Travis from their gig at Sandown Park, London...

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A dormant thread in old blues (Vintage Trouble)

'All bullshit aside, these are bands that are taking the road that we've taken, which is real raw recorded music'. Vintage Trouble talk. ...

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Pompeii Graffiti : Interview

Songs about falling in love with lesbians, a song about Battlestar Galactica, songs about losing friends, songs about high school romance, songs about feeling like a loser...

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Loitered Lens : The Dead Famous

Photos of The dead Famous from the Camden barfly, June 2013...

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Professor Green : Watford Colosseum

Professor Green brought the party with him, bouncing up and down, roaming the stage like a caged tiger and stepping onto the monitors to reach out to the crowd...

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