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I wrote the intro to Andy Hamilton’s hefty new study of the musician Steve Beresford, Pianos, Toys, Music & Noise. Maybe ask your local library to stock it or your dad to buy it! Here’s the info. Steve is a major player in the second wave of British Free Improvisation, a lynchpin of the current…

Released to support the care services during the 2020 Coronavirus outbreak, this exclusive Limited Edition CD features new music from a range of international Electronic Music musicians working together in Isolation! Collated, performed on, engineered and produced by U.K. based EM journalist/musician Mark Jenkins, author of the recently published (and extremely well-received) book: ‘Tangerine Dream:…

“Ghastly, puritanical, po-faced, sanctimonious, finger-wagging, Woke-Witchfinder-in-Chief” Toby Young, Twitter “Sphincter-poppingly angry, totally unamusing and uninsightful, and painfully, excruciatingly right-on. A bitter, politically correct member of the Remain-voting liberal elite. The type of comedy which is not designed to provoke laughter so much as solemn head-nodding and applause at the politically correct sentiment.” James Delingpole, Steve…

Asian Dub Foundation – Access Denied - September 2020 September 18th, 2020

ACCESS DENIED, the new album from Asian Dub Foundation! Out 18-9-2020. Asian Dub Foundation  release their new album “Access Denied” for X-Ray Productions , with collaborations featuring incendiary Palestinian shamstep warriors 47 soul, radical UK comedian Stewart Lee, and climate activist supreme Greta Thunberg. The album showcases ADF in full spectrum mode from the tough Jungle…

Laura Cannell – These Feral Lands V1 - September 2020 September 9th, 2020

Laura Cannell – Violin & Voice is joined by Stewart Lee – Writer & Comedian, the Contemporary Irish Cellist Kate Ellis, the Writer & Broadcaster – Jennifer Lucy Allan and Musician& Writer Polly Wright. “Wherever we lay our heads, in cities, villages, marshes or borderlands, in this century or the next, we will have the…

Stew provided narration for this release by The Seen… The origins of this piece date back to the 1st December 1991. I’d attended an all day concert at the Red Rose Theatre in Finsbury Park, London – a benefit gig for Terry Day – featuring dozens of musicians in various groupings throughout the afternoon and…

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