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The Lure of the Dark

By Kapuczino

Goths. Scary creatures that litter our streets, bars and trams on the annual Pentecostal world conference weekend for the walking dead – the… 639 more words

Leipzig

Album Review: "The L-Shaped Man" by Ceremony

By James Li

Bay Area punk band Ceremony are too volatile to do the same thing for very long. Their earliest EPs and albums were excellent examples of powerviolence, that faster, thrashier, and more misanthropic offshoot of hardcore punk. 455 more words

Album Reviews

May 1, 2015

Tony and I went to see Peter Hook at Cat’s Cradle tonight for a fantastic show!

Peter was the bass player for Joy Division and New Order.

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"So This Is Permanence" - Peter Hook plays Joy Division's entire back catalogue

Atmosphere … @peter_hook1 & The Light https://t.co/uxcWkME1NI

— Sarah Walters (@SarahCityLife) May 18, 2015

Barely five hundred tickets were available for this unique performance; Peter Hook – the former Joy Division bassist – and his band The Light were celebrating Ian Curtis’ life by playing the entire back catalogue on the 35th anniversary of the tortured singer’s death.

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So this is permanence

Yesterday Macclesfield from 3pm was flooded with Joy Division fans from far and wide. 18/05/15 was the 35th anniversary of Ian Curtis’ untimely death, iconic frontman, lead singer to the seminal Manchester band and resident to Macclesfield town. 713 more words

Live Music

Nutopians - Time

Nutopians are a duo consisting of Ian & Phil Jackson. Ian sings and plays guitars whilst Phil also plays guitar and adds some backing vox. A father / son duo that offers up tunes that engage on a visceral level. 363 more words

Adventures In Record Reviews

The Infinite Jukebox: Love Will Tear Us Apart

Welcome to the Infinite Jukebox.
We all have this in our heads, a marvellous machine into which, at any time, we can insert the shiny 50p piece of our imagination and set up a platter to play. 811 more words

Soundtrack Of A Lifetime