Grapefruit Records’ 3CD anthologies covering music from 1970 and 1971 captured a British music scene during a period of change. Psychedelia may have been considered long gone, but various pop bands still seemed keen to dabble with the quirky and … Continue reading
Following a string of relatively commercial albums throughout the 90s, The Fall’s music took on a massive shift in the early 2000s. Aided by an entirely new band, Mark E. Smith went back to rough and ready garage rock basics … Continue reading
Following the mammoth 6CD box set containing a wealth of Fall recordings surrounding ‘Hex Enduction Hour’, the FALL SOUND ARCHIVE series takes a massive leap forward to 2007 in March with a massive four disc reissue of ‘Reformation Post TLC’.
On The Fall’s debut album ‘Live At The Witch Trials’, Mark E. Smith famously claimed there’d be No Xmas For John Quays. For Fall fans, xmas has come early this week, since Cherry Red have knocked 20% off their complete … Continue reading
At the beginning of 2019, Falling Stacks broke a long silence with the ‘Sarcastic Clap‘ EP. A collection of angular post-punk sounds that looked to the past for inspiration, it still played in a way that seemed challenging in the … Continue reading