Tuesday, 22 July 2014 22:38

Down By Law - Revolution Time

'has that melodic punk rock feel that you’d get from Stiff Little Fingers, but more of the Go For It era when we all wished they would just play Suspect Device instead' - Niall McGuirk on Down By Law's recent EP Revolution Time
'There are no expansive layered sounds here, just straight ahead, in your face funk punk' - Niall McGuirk on Minimum Rock And Roll, the latest from Ian F Svenonius' Chain And The Gang
'It's ok to be an outsider and it's ok to stand for what you believe in' - Niall McGuirk gets back to his country roots with a little help from Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires' Dereconstructed
Monday, 02 June 2014 21:42

Pink Mountaintops - Get Back

Primal Scream, The Clash, Oasis, Bowie, The Smiths: Pink Mountaintops' fourth album Get Back simultaneously sounds like none of these and all of them, says Niall McGuirk
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 23:16

Ginnels - A Country Life

'tuneful, pithy guitar pop delivered with panache and wit' - Neill Dougan on Ginnels' fourth LP, A Country Life
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 21:30

Sunn 0))) & Ulver - Terrestrials

'Sunn O))) is impossible to jog along to' - Niall McGuirk on Sunn O))) & Ulver's recent collaboration,Terrestrials
Wednesday, 07 May 2014 14:11

Dead Rider - Chills On Glass

Dead Rider "wanna give you chills, not get you laid" on their third album Chills On Glass, says MacDara Conroy
'They were angry, they felt ignored and they were ready to sing about it' - Niall McGuirk on Southern Lord's recent reissuing of The OffendersEndless Struggle & We Must Rebel LPs
Monday, 17 March 2014 23:16

Carla Bozulich - Boy

'The soundtrack to accompany fear, excitement and a wish for things to be better' - Niall McGuirk on Carla Bozulich's Boy
Thursday, 27 February 2014 21:21

GridLink - Longhena

'The most remarkable thing about this record is that it's so damn catchy' - MacDara Conroy on grindcore futurists GridLink's Longhena
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