Category: Reviews

Review – ‘Pesticide.’ by Eleanor Burns   Building on the strengths of their eclectic first album ‘Dear Mortal,’ Clusterfuck’s new album covers both familiar and new ground while simultaneously feeling like a more unified offering. The opening track ‘Reach Out’ – almost an overture – starts us off on a powerful, Pink Floyd-esque note and sets the mood that will prevail through most of the album, pseudo-Gothic but with surreal, techno, progressive overtones. The second track, ‘Paranoia’ features a welcome…

An article from Owen Adams for The Guardian newspaper: Getting off at the wrong bus stop led me to an otherworld of free festivals and brilliant bands. Just don’t expect to read about Tragic Roundabout or the Tofu Love Frogs in the music press And the award for hardest-working artist on the festival circuit goes to … Florence and the Machine? Hot Chip? Dizzee Rascal? Not likely. It’s the DIY stars who really deserve the props – relished by veterans…

SickNote: a shaven-headed, even more dilapidated version of the Prodigy, who played their own brand of drum’n’bass and breakbeat electro. An eager crowd less than half their age manically threw shapes.

according to Damon Albarn SICKNOTE and DEAD SILENCE

Unofficial fan review of GIG. (planet steve) much laid back location and everyone is not only friendly they all say they are related. Really good sense of humor and can drink till sunrise. The sign in the blokes cubicle states that if more than one person is seen in it, it will be presumed they are having GAY sex. AS they wouldn’t be doing drugs and drugs are not allowed in the pub. A bucket of water will be thrown…

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