Time Of Arrival

Tweedy and what's left of his band are further vindicated in crackling, moving display

Trash And Burn

The legendary New York glam-punk posse return in triumph

Forever Young

North London gets an audience with a living legend who's found a brand new lease of life


Meltdown Festival, London Royal Festival Hall Saturday June 12, 2004

One Foot In The Groove

Raucous Californians give their punk-funk stew a London airing, with a little help from the Godfather

Jesse Malin – Shepherds Bush Empire, London

The timing of this show is somewhat odd, coming as it does nearly a month before the release of Malin's second album, The Heat. The audience doesn't know the new songs and Jesse chides them for their reserve when he plays the unfamiliar material. He admits it's his own fault, though. The album was meant to be out now, but was delayed when he added two extra tracks.

Americana Beauties

American Music Club/Richmond Fontaine QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL LONDON Sunday May 23, 2004 Richmond Fontaine take to the stage looking like they've walked out of Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces.

That Old Black Magic

The Boston grunge-pop godheads make the most significant rock comeback in a decade

A Quiff Of Nostalgia

The toast(ed teacake) of Tinseltown comes home. DVD to follow

The Wizard Of Odd

His Runtness tours the States and once again surprises and confounds

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