YATES AND YOUNG EP SPLINTERS DUE FOR RELEASE 27.09.19

YATES AND YOUNG EP SPLINTERS DUE FOR RELEASE 27.09.19 SINGLE and MUSIC VIDEO‘WHERE ARE WE NOW’ 20.09.19  New Peter Yates (Fields Of The Nephilim)  5 track EP collaboration with Jo Beth Young (RISE) Peter Yates (Fields Of The Nephilim) releases a new EP of progressive, deeply atmospheric, dark and beautiful tracks in collaboration with Jo…

The Romance of the Battered Underwood by K A Laity

Oddly enough it’s come to my attention that Mark E. Smith’s old typewriter is going to be auctioned off. What Fall fan could resist the allure of that relic? You don’t have to be a ‘look-back bore’ to see the appeal of owning a bit of that remarkable history. If you can’t be a genius,…

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‘We have been running our little label now for two years. We have supported 12 artists and helped them to develop in all aspects of their careers. Our bands have played major festivals throughout the country and are developing fantastic support within the local and wider live music scenes as well as gaining regular air…

4 Poems by Jon Bennett

Tight Rope “Is it your birthday?” says the drunk lady The little girl might speak English but her mother doesn’t, all she knows is the wino following them is scary “How old is she?” says the drunk, “I used to have a daughter.” The mother tugs her daughter’s arm the birthday balloon trailing after them…

Steve Ignorant by Paul Matts

  One of the most important aspects of the punk rock revolution was the liberation it provided. Liberation in music. Liberation in fashion. Liberation in art. It truly kicked open doors in the culture of the 1970s and ushered in a new dawn of excitement and opportunity for those willing and wanting to embrace it….

3 Poems by Jason Baldinger

Teenage Sweat   there are two outlets in the entire room they’re both jammed with power strips and string of lights no fans in sight it already smells like teenage sweat   blue jeans and black plastic bags full of once cold beer   these two guys are dancing their asses off, I can’t tell…

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A CONSUMER S.W. Lauden

  TELEVISION  I watched a lot of TV throughout my childhood and early teen years. As I got older, I started turning my back on TV for long periods to make time for other things (music, books, concerts, writing, etc.), so I’ve missed out on a lot of big cultural moments in the last couple…

David J featuring Rose McGowan The Auteur (Redux / The Starlet’s Cut)

  David J (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) presents ‘The Auteur (Redux / The Starlet’s Cut)’, a digital-only single featuring actress, activist and writer Rose McGowan. This release serves as a taster for his forthcoming double album ‘Missive To An Angel From The Halls Of Infamy And Allure’, which is set for release on Glass Modern Records in…

The Weather Prophet by Paul D. Brazill

It had been another one of those seemingly endless days when, like King Midas in reverse, everything I touched turned to shit. True, cold calling was a thankless and futile task at the best of times. In fact, most people in the company hated it but me, well, I just seemed to have a knack for it. A…

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A CONSUMER: SHAUN CARLYLE ROGAN

  TELEVISION I love television but recently I seem to watch less and less of it. When I was a kid, I obsessed over The Prisoner starring Patrick McGoohan. I thought it was the greatest tv series ever made. And I was right. I love old black and white tv – The Twilight Zone, Outer…