Chelsea Wolfe takes the audience through a bleak view of the world adorned by barricades of drone, doom metal and industrial bliss…
The return of The Jesus and Mary Chain’s raw and gloomy sound reinforced by layers of unhinged distortion.
Madness’ mass of ska, pop sensibility and R&B soundscapes combined with the habitual extravaganza of humour and eccentricity.
Self-imposed desolation and funereal industrial noise, ambient and krautrockian delirium.
A repertoire full of unforeseen and volatile timings, frantic vocals, killer riffs, imaginative guitar work and more…
Sleaford Mods are the last act that truly challenges the English status quo and the humdrum ordinariness. Uncompromising, violent and vigorous.
Four roaring bass guitars and a singing drummer. Visually shocking and sonically disturbing…
★★★★★ Glastonbury is a 5-day fantasy of excess and artistic diversity. The options seem to be limitless…
★★★★★ The Stone Roses in their hometown is an event like no other.
★★★★★ Iggy Pop, the man with the ability to transform a huge and detached venue into a sweaty and intimate punk-like room.
★★★★★ This could either be the worst gig you’ve ever seen or the best music event in years.
★★★☆☆ A battle between creative limitations and technical craftmanship
★★★☆☆ Broken Hands’ battle between a psychedelic perplexing noise and the simplicity of a straightforward rockier sound
★★★★☆ Richard Hawley’s elegant Orbison-esque soulful balladries are alternated with moments of full-blown psychedelia
★★★★☆ The naked scenario suits him well and enhances Ian McCulloch´s undeniable talent to create irresistible verses and intelligent but sticky choruses.
★★★★☆ Drumfires, fuzz, growls, more distortion and fast vocals with a fuck-the-verse/chorus-structure that hits your skull over and over…
★★★★★ A sin city filled with circuses, theatres, cabarets, night clubs, poets, art installations, stand up comedians, strippers, posers, fakers, rockers, punks, activists, spiritualists, hipsters, hippies, ideologists, dreamers…
Some thoughts by our goblin reviewer on Dream Theatre and the genre that bothers the editor of this site.
★★★★★ Pop music discovering its most visceral and confrontational side in 2-3 minute odes of nihilism inspired by daily boredom and post teenage anger.
★★★★☆ Thurston Moore is one of those musicians who treat a guitar like an appliance of primitive and unconventional noise.