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Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman at The Guardian


Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman featured in The Guardian.

He drank with Leonard Cohen, ribbed Bob Dylan and Joan Baez gave him his nickname. Now, 68 years into an extraordinary life, the writer is releasing his first album – with a little help from Nick Cave.
— The Guardian

Camel at The Daily Express


Camel live review at The Daily Express

The searing synthesized siren wail of opener Aristillus heralded a majestic first-half run through of their entire Moonmadness album.
— The Daily Express

Black Lips new track at NME

Black Lips new track 'Can’t Hold On' at NME

Black Lips have announced their first album in three years, ‘Satan’s Graffiti Or God’s Art?’

Otis Redding unreleased track on Uncut

Otis Redding never-before-released track on Uncut.

The comprehensive six-disc set collects in chronological order Redding’s seven sets recorded between Friday, April 8 – Sunday, April 10, 1966.
— Uncut

Ian Hunter remembers Bowie on NME

Ian Hunter remembers Mott The Hoople and David Bowie on NME

Mott turned down ‘Suffragette City’ but preferred a new song Bowie had written for them called ‘All The Young Dudes’.

Graham Parker in Q Magazine

Graham Parker answers the 5 questions Who? What? Why? Where? When? in Q Magazine

I can’t stop writing damn songs which sets the whole thing in motion again. It’s like an annoying tap that keeps dripping.
— Q Magazine

Mojo interview with Tony Visconti

Tony Visconti

We recently arranged a (very interesting!) interview for Tony Visconti with Mojo, where he talks about the reworking of Marc Bolan's early records.

It was late 1967 and my mentor, Denny Cordell, the great record producer, said it was time for me to go and find a group of my own. Honestly, it was my first day of talent scouting and I saw Tyrannosaurus Rex mentioned in the International Times. They were playing in Tottenham Court Road, which was right around the corner from me. I went downstairs to the club, saw the band and fell in love with Marc.
— Tony Visconti, speaking to Mojo

Brian Eno review in The Quietus


The Quietus have run a review of Brian Eno's reissues (Nerve Net / The Shutov Assembly / Neroli / The Drop).

Thankfully no algorithm can faithfully reproduce Eno’s kind of acute genius.
— The Quietus