One of the great recordings of the neo-prog age finally given the makeover that it needed.
The disco-rock miscreants return with an album of other people’s songs that offers nothing new to the original versions.
A new live performance by The Residents headlines the anniversary night of the legendary counter-culture cable TV strand.
The mysterious, unexplored world of the strange and wonderful chika idol scene.
The final four albums from the punk-goth pioneers show a band struggling to find a new direction and shake off the labels that they found reductive.
The legendary bootlegs and dubious live recordings of Iggy and the Stooges at their chaotic, disintegrating and provocative best, collected in one box set.
The swagger, sleaze and sensationalism of the 1970s glam rock scene explored.
Toyah’s debut album remains as startling, experimental and unsettling now as it was on its original release.
The sordid tale of rock’s must gleefully offensive band and its provocative leader.
Looking back at the fleeting career of the Netherland’s first punk rock band.
In the latest Reprobate podcast, we talk to former Damned drummer Rat Scabies about punk, conspiracies, the plus points of Covid and the search for the Holy Grail.
Exploring the glory days of 1980s British metal and the bands who made it what it was.