Tag: rock

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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Ramblin’ Man Fair Announce Second Headliner!

Mott The Hoople added to an already stellar lineup for the 30th June/1st July event...

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Hollywood Undead (Live Review)

Hollywood Undead launched into the lights at Camden's Koko 2018...

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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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Pissed Regardless – Feed The Birds (Review)

Crossover Thrash is a fickle beast. Have Californian newcomers Pissed Regardless managed to crack the code with their sophomore EP effort 'Feed The Birds'? Fraggle investigates....

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Tankard – A Compilation of Inebriation

Thrash Metal, like most genres, has its tropes. Those same reoccurring themes which pop up in the lyrics, inspirations or meanings behind the songs....

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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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Flaming in the Fog: Fields of the Nephilim, Kentish Town Forum

As other goth bands fall, Fields of the Nephilim still carry the torch through the graveyard...

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Album launched, future credit assured. The Professionals

Loud and proud, regardless of era, history, politics or provenance...

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Roll On, Roll Over, Roll Away: Dimevision (Dimebag Darryl)

Legend? Yes. Talented? Certainly. Brilliant on every occasion? Well, about that......

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Don’t Get Old, Get ‘Spiritual’! Mr Big [Live]

You're never too old to kick out those jams. Mr Big lay into Shepherds Bush Empire...

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Death (Sentence) Metal: Not a Crime [Tarantist]

Iranian Metal goes one step further - TarantisT now sing in Farsi...

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Something Slinky This Way Prowls: The Birthday Massacre, Live

Bouncing, thrashing and panty-flashing with The Birthday Massacre ...

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Loitered Lens: Reel Big Fish

Photos from the Reel Big Fish performance at the Kentish Town Forum, October 2017...

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Gloomy Doomy Scandi Metal Mashup (Monolord, Enisferum, Cardinals Folly)

Guts and Gusto win out whilst Grammar Gets Gutted. ...

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Loitered Lens: Country to Country 2018 Launch

Photographic highlights of the Country to Country 2018 launch event...

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Loitered Lens: The Professionals

Photos of The Professionals, unveiling new material live at Shepherd's Bush...

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Loitered Lens: New Found Glory

South Florida's New Found Glory drench the Kentish Town Forum with All American Sweat - Photos...

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Loitered Lens: Flamin’ Groovies

Photos of 1960s protopunk godfathers The Flamin’ Groovies shining through the London gloom...

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One More for the Road:The New Roses

Life ain't easy when you're cheesy. Happily, The New Roses (mostly) aren't. ...

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Half Deaf Clatch Tells Tales… That Damage His Bank Account

Clatch's music won't make him rich, but it'd be a poorer world without it...

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And Time, and Fashion, and Fads: Defying Gravity (Mr. Big)

Age will not wither them, nor gravity hold them down. No frills hard rock from Mr. Big...

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Waiting on the Sun (Jule Vera)

While Jule Vera wait for summer, the listener waits for an original hook....

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Dying Swans? Gira Calls Time at the Roundhouse

The raging soul beneath the dust and disaster. Swans sing their swansong....

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Loitered Lens: The Skids

Playing out their first new album in 35 years, The Skids grip Camden's Roundhouse...

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Music, Suspense, Noodles! Sharks on Film Rampage

Do not go gently into that dull, safe middle way. The Sharks rage, pedal down, into the Rock 'n' Roll sun...

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Farewell Tim Hall. Writer, Superfan, Friend

A fond farewell to a most eclectic of souls. Safe journey, Tim....

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Genres: We’re Going to Need a Bigger Box

Searching for antidotes to the Genre-Box-Pox...

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