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Music Review: Faust – C’est Com…Com…Complique

Krautrock pioneers Faust release excellent C'est Com 38 years after their debut. Read More »

Book Review: Grunge Is Dead: The Oral History Of Seattle Rock Music by Greg Prato

Flannel Lives! The story of Seattle Grunge Music told by the people who were there. Read More »

Music Review: El Duce – Slave To Thy Master

El Duce's solo record is finally reissued, mutants of the world rejoice! Read More »

Book Review: Bowie In Berlin by Thomas Jerome Seabrook

The real story of David Bowie's time in Berlin. Read More »

Oh Thank Heaven! The World Of 7-11

Iconic convenience store company 7-11 goes Yuppie. Sales immediately plunge. Read More »

Book Review: The Shipwreck Of A Nation by H. Peter Nennhaus

Fascinating inside account of a boy growing up in Germany during World War Two. Read More »

Music Review: Weather Report – Heavy Weather

Weather Report's classic Heavy Weather reissued on heavy 180 gram vinyl. Time to dig out the turntable. Read More »

Whatever Happened To The Drum Solo?

A sure cure for the music industry's ills: bring back the drum solo! Read More »

Music Review: Heaven And Hell – The Devil You Know

Dio fronts Black Sabbath again, and have released one of 2009's best metal albums as Heaven And Hell. Read More »

Music Review: Miles Davis – Bitches Brew

Miles Davis' landmark Bitches Brew album sounds better than ever on new audiophile vinyl release. Read More »