Gee Vaucher's film, 'Angel', is not so much a movie as a study of stillness wherein the standard exaggerated dramas and sound-bite trickeries of Hollywood are replaced with a profound introversion: a meditation.
The last ever show of Penny Rimbaud’s Last Amendment will take place in London at the Vortex Jazz Club on Wednesday 4th December. Tiring, as he does, of any form of permanence, Penny is renaming his operations.
Okay people, time to start doing your stretching exercises and double your vitamin dose in preparation for one of the most highly anticipated events on the over 70's calendar - it's the NOMEANSNO tour of Europe!These guys know how to take a venue, blow the doors off and leave the audience half-deaf and covered in sweat and beer. This is what the joy of live music is all about.
These days, punk is like classic rock. It's "oldies". People who liked punk when it was actually happening are in old age homes now. They have great-grandchildren. They remember the time before there was electricity. Nomeansno are like that. They started their band in 1979, which apart from being 33 1/3 years ago (which is coincidentally the number of rounds per minute on a long-playing vinyl record), is also before the invention of the motor car. Go on, look it up.
Mathew Sweet will bring his new album Burnt Up On Re-Entry out on the road for the first time in a joint headline tour with Jessica Bailiff in April and May (dates below). In celebration, we bring you another video from the album, this time for the song "A Brilliant Shaft Of Light From Out Of The Night Sky".
Bell Gardens are celebrating the imminent release of their album 'Full Sundown Assembly' on 18 January with a party at The Echo in LA tomorrow night. Get down there to hear what the band do with their gorgeous sounds in a live setting.
Yes you heard correctly, our favourite Canadian trio are back for a month long jaunt round Europe following their awesome appearance in England earlier this year, as they clearly can't stay away for too long!
Those of you who know us will know that we have long been supporters of Britain's best music festival by far - Supersonic! Held annually in England's own Rock City - Birmingham - the festival is curated by the enormous brains and generous hearts of the ladies from Capsule
Someday All The Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971-1984, curated by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, provides a comprehensive overview of punk graphic design, highlighting imagery before, during and after the punk years, drawing upon previously unseen public and private archives and collections.
the lovely San Francisco trio better known as Tartufi are about to embark on a series of US tour dates as of this Saturday to bring their unique blend of blissful loops and pop-rock tendencies to the west coast.
A year on from 2011's tour, the excellent Citizen Fish have confirmed they'll be back bombing around the UK once again this autumn. This time supporting The Levellers on a total of 14 dates you'll be sure to be able to catch these punks somewhere near you! Hailing from Bath and featuring Subhumans alumni and current members alike, the ska/punk team boast somewhat of a pedigree. It's only too right that they've teamed up with the Levellers for this next venture around the UK!
Yes you heard right, the mighty Canadian trio otherwise known as NoMeansNo are set to land once again in Blighty this coming October. A compact tour of just three UK dates means that this is probably one to get on fast...