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‘SYLVAIN SYLVAIN/ THE DUEL’ – London, 100 Club, 25th July 2013

This show was billed as SYLVAIN SYLVAIN of The New York Dolls, but really he should need no introduction. It could also have been of The Criminals or the Teardrops but that might have attracted the wrong sort of crowd. As it was this, this show was sold out for what (as far as I […]

TV Smith: Tales of the Emergency Sandwich – book review

News Source: http://louderthanwar.com/tv-smith-tales-of-the-emergency-sandwich-book-review/ Tales of the Emergency Sandwich is the third volume of tour diaries from founding Advert, and travelling DIY punk troubadour TV Smith. In volume three we pick up shortly after ‘How to Become Human’ (the second instalment of TV’s diaries), with TV visiting Australia, venturing further around Europe, and revisiting several of […]

New review of The Duel’s latest album in the Alternative Female Voice Magazine

Review of The Duel’s Live Show @ The Buffalo Bar Islington 5 Dec 2012.

Courtesy of Mudkiss Fanzine http://www.mudkiss.com/duncanreidreview.htm   More on this check out this website. Descending into the bowels of north London’s Buffalo Bar on a cold December night is always a pleasure when confronted by the sight of London’s own nu-wave band The Duel who since having undergone a line-up change, have put out a couple of […]

**EXCLUSIVE** NEW DESIGNS from Charles Of London

All hyou wanna be heroin chic glamsters need to bookmark this page. Brilliant expressive clothes from Shoreditch based designers Charles Of London – check out thier new designs here: http://www.charlesoflondon.com/

DEPARTMENT S: THE BLACKPOOL AFFAIR, FRIDAY 6/8/2010

DEPARTMENT S: THE BLACKPOOL AFFAIR, FRIDAY 6/8/2010 And so, once again the tribes gather for their annual stick of Blackpool Punk Rock at the essential Rebellion Festival. But this year, amongst the rockers, skankers, moshers and voyeurs, something altogether different: Department S. (Queue massed cries of ‘Is Vic There?’ from hordes of those barely familiar […]

Iggy and The Stooges – London – 2/5/10 LIVE REVIEW

According to cultural historians it was a single critical act of random violence at Altamont that delivered the killing blow to the sixties. This opinion has been repeated so often that most people would be forgiven for taking it as a fact, but is that the whole story? Did the sixties really take its last […]