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Rack N Ruin interview

Rack n Ruin has been knocking out bangers for a couple of years now and with a string of hits under his belt including Soundclash,...

Introducing Guineafowl

If you look down under right now and have a peep at the Australian indie scene, you are sure to find some unique acts that...

Hevy Festival 2011 preview

Hevy Festival is back and with a line-up that boasts a plethora of great bands, it's definitely the place to be this weekend. With so...

Sonisphere Festival 2011 live review and gallery

Knebworth Park, 8th-10th July 2011 Words by Alex Gosman Photos by Slack FRIDAY We arrived at the festival sweating as we lurched...

WUGAZI the interview

Fugazi and the Wu Tang Clan are two iconic groups, both defining the sound of a scene and making everyone sit up and take notice...

The Sonics interview

Punk rock in the late 70's was said to have come from the UK. The Sex Pistols claimed the tag at that time and propelled...

Sonisphere Festival 2011 preview

Yep, it’s that time of the year again! (Although it seems to have come along a little earlier this year). Sonisphere 2011 is...

Crossfire Chronicles: The New Breed of Rap

Illustration by Matthew Bromley Thanks to the rise of blogs, there are so many rappers that have peppered the web in...

Vault Tune of the Week: The Dickies Banana Splits

When The Dickies formed in 1977 and unleashed their spiky but catchy punk rock on fun seeking, Los Angeles audiences, a major label in the...

Kerrang Awards 2011 photo blog

Last night we were invited to the Kerrang! Awards 2011 at a Brewery in the heart of London and DJed the after-party for a packed...

Band of the Week: Holy Show

So, first up what is Holy Show? Well, to quote a phrase from their twitter they are "Like a kid taking a shit in its...

The Krautrock Chronicles

Written by Mark Beckett The composition of Krautrock music is usually born out of endless drug-fuelled jamming sessions, where artists use...

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