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An Album I Love: Tape Deck Heart

Punk has never really been my thing. And I really can’t stand pop-friendly punk (I distinctly remember back in the ’90s wishing that Blink 182 would die in a fire). 973 more words


Emotional dialysis

“What did I do?” Your lover is gone and you miss him like withdrawal from your daily glass of wine, like masturbating to his image, like getting naked and cuddling to his rounded back on a Tuesday afternoon.

Erotic Fiction

Solemn Sun - "Josef" Single Review

Cheltenham-based folk-punk troubadours Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun have been climbing the UK underground ladder for some years now. In fact, they’ve been doing it rather well, gradually amassing a strong following which culminated in playing the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games as Frank Turner’s backing band. 363 more words


Frank Turner - Another Round

I’ve been going to see Frank Turner live now for something like 8 years and I still love everything that he does (well, almost… I’ll never forgive him for the Thunder Road cover). 28 more words


Xtra Mile Records 10th Birthday Gig w/ Ben Marwood & Chris T-T review - Indulge Sound - October 2013

2013 marks the tenth anniversary of the founding of Xtra Mile Records, the record label which has released some of the best British music of the last decade including releases from Frank Turner, Reuben, The Xcerts and many more band. 573 more words

Music Journalism

Frank Turner - Tape Deck Heart review - Galleon News - May 2013

It’s been a crazy seven years for Winchester born folk-punk singer Frank Turner. In 2006, after going solo after Million Dead’s breakup and releasing his debut EP, Frank was playing to crowds of a dozen people in pubs in Camden. 381 more words

Music Journalism

News: The Levellers announce greatest hits / film / tour / new collaborations

Loved by their fans, misunderstood and sometimes mocked by the music press, but still very much here over a quarter of a century on, Brighton’s The Levellers have announced the release of their  Greatest Hits album, out on September 27th on their own On the Fiddle label. 281 more words