The Rearview Mirror: 007: Velvet Acid Christ - Greatest Hits

Velvet Acid Christ - one of the most divisive acts in industrial?

Well, that is what many would have you believe, but I don't think that they really are. Bryan Erickson's long-running project, now nearing 25 years of activitity, have maybe gone through periods of (comparatively) massive popularity, and indeed the opposite, but that is often the case for many bands in our thing as trends come and go.

Misery Loves Co. - 2016 Interview

Time for another interview on, and this time I'm talking to a band who've somewhat unexpectedly reformed. There have been an awful lot of reunions of late, particularly of bands from the nineties, and frankly some have not been particularly worthwhile returning.

Tuesday Ten: 258: That's why múm has gone to Ísland

For a country with a population of 330,000 - and a total area of 102,000km2 (in comparison, England has a total area of 130,000km2 and a population of 54 million) - Iceland has a remarkable musical heritage.

Ruby - Live at Servant Jazz Quarters, N16 - 03-May 2016

Lesley Rankine's career in music now spans a few decades, and more than a few styles. She first came to prominence in the vicious, no-wave influenced punkish-rock of Silverfish, a fixture of the Camden scene in the early 90s and unusual in their strident politics and just how confrontational they were.

Tuesday Ten: 257: Tracks of the Month (April 2016)

For the second of the double-bill today, back to the normal programming with the best tracks of the past month.


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