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News Article: MonMon to release Sheep Hanger Blues EP
"Sheep Hanger Blues" is the upcoming serving of music power from Leeds three piece MonMon. Renowned for combining noise and melody in a patented ratio, this latest offering has all the trademark intricate musicianship you've come to know and love. | 205 hits
Live Review: Black Wire + The Bilderberg Group + The Pistol Apostles
Your correspondent is tired and weary, drowning in a sea of hipsters, trying not to booze due to previous late messy night après gig and "advancing years". | 866 hits
Live Review: Esclavage
This was only the band's third gig and the second time I have seen them but already they have moved forwards in leaps and bounds. | 247 hits
CD Review: Modey Lemon - Thunder + Lightning
Garage rock duo/trio Modey Lemon burst out of Pittsburgh to not only kick out the jams but to actually boot those jams firmly in their jammy balls. | 399 hits
CD Review: Farming Incident - Our Glorious Five Year Plan
The black sheep of the Wrath Records family, Farming Incident have been ploughing (ouch) their trade in these fields, as it says on the tin, for five years or so. | 417 hits
CD Review: Wire Happy - Short Cycles From A World Of Bumps And Swirls
'Short Cycles...' is a strange experience, which I must make that clear right now. As Kevin Mottram (aka Wire Happy) kindly points out it was originally intended to be a soundtrack to a game; and I can't decide if that admission was a good one or not pre-listening. | 214 hits
Live Review: Gold Blade + The Longshots + Buzzkill
It isn't every gig that ends with your correspondant being grabbed up onstage along with 20 or so other grinning loons to do backing vocals during the encore. | 604 hits
Live Review: Jesse James + Buzzkill
Hardly killing the buzz like their name suggests, these Leeds lads inject life into their brand of hardcore punk and 50's rock and roll with the addition of a sax and a trumpet, along with the odd "Oi". | 443 hits
Band Profile: Freeborn
Freeborn was an anarcho punk band, formed in Wisbech, England. The music was heavily influenced by 70's punk bands like Penetration and the Buzzcocks and anarcho punk bands like The Mob, Karma Sutra, The Epileptics. | 310 hits
CD Review: The Bluefoot Project - Brave
The Observations EP was good. The Bluefoot Project are awesomely professional. Chocolate Fireguard is a very cool label. | 406 hits
Band Profile: Gerry McNeice
solo acoustic | 754 hits
Live Review: The Distillers + The Icarus Line + Eagles of Death Metal
It was cold, it was raining and I had to queue up for like half an hour to get in... but to be honest that's the only real negative of the night; well there is another but I'll get on to that soon enough... | 1,044 hits
Band Profile: De La Soul
De La Soul is a massively influential hip hop group, hailing from Amityville, New York, United States. | 196 hits
Live Review: That Fucking Tank + Stateless + The Davinas
Tonight, in drizzly Pennine country with sleep in its bleary eyes and grit on its railtracks, we wander into this cornerhouse bar to find a large number of children onstage barely out of Huggies and totting up, I estimate, a grand total of four and a half years of age between them. | 1,453 hits
Band Profile: Mudhoney
Mudhoney is an alternative rock band. Formed in Seattle, Washington, USA, in 1988 following the demise of Green River, Mudhoney's members are vocalist and rhythm guitarist Mark Arm, lead guitarist Steve Turner, bassist Guy Maddison, and drummer Dan Peters. | 328 hits
Band Profile: Metric
Metric is an indie rock band formed in 1998 at Toronto, Canada and based at various times in Montreal, London, New York City and Los Angeles. | 331 hits

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