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Punk Had A (Scottish) Baby and They Called It...

Grant McPhee's new book on Scottish Post Punk music, Postcards From Scotland, like his film, Big Gold Dream, enthralls Tim London

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David J: Chats from the Attic

Alan Rider sits down with former Bauhaus and Love and Rockets founder David J to ask him about ritual magick, exhuming his old demos, and whether Bauhaus really is finished.

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Ancient Champion: Let Ed Ruscha Be Your Guide

Drop everything and head directly to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for NOW THEN the Ed Ruscha retrospective

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Outsideleft Night Out with Lu Warm

Friday May 3rd, acoustic guitar picking from Lu Warm, vintage vinyl from dj Woodenhand

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Industrial Revolution

A new publication aims to catalogue the UK industrial underground through the voices of those who were there

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