“An argument was had with the Rakes driver, a nervous individual who began, in my crazed state, to remind me disgustingly of ex- Radio One dj Peter Powell.”
Continue reading “The Rakes Progress”
“Our man sits down with the best dressed men in rock and roll to find out about their rock and roll Antics.”
Continue reading “A Quick Chat with Interpol”
“The train compartment emptied as I hauled my drunken, vinegar sodden form into an empty seat. ”
Continue reading “Incendiary speak to British Sea Power”
There’s certainly something incredibly powerful going on here.
Continue reading “Sunburned Hand of the Man – Rare Wood”
There’s loads of stuff here, less than 40 minutes in length but 14 songs and more chops and changes than you can shake a stick at.
Continue reading “The Dudley Corporation – In Love With…”
It’s nothing truly ground breaking or innovative, but it is what it is and that’s very entertaining.
Continue reading “Idlewild – Warnings/Promises”
“We’ll have to wait until Pinkpop to officially crown them the Kaisers of Britain (Oi! We fought one major war to avoid that! – Ed). ”
Continue reading “London Calling – Day Two – Paradiso, Amsterdam – 30/04/05”
“I have to say that I am left with the feeling of being cheated. I feel as if I’ve been a music victim of some bullshit hype.”
Continue reading “Motel Mozaique, Rotterdam: Part one, Friday night – 15/04/2005”
Don’t ever call Queen pretentious or I’ll have a stand-up argument in the street with you
Continue reading “Queen – Ga Ga?”
“Sea Power were first up, shambling on stage bedecked in duffel coats, looking for all the world like a load of 1980s council house kids going on a bus trip to Bury. ”
Continue reading “Motel Mozaique, Rotterdam: Part two, Saturday night – 16/04/2005”