Tag Archives: mission (the)

Finding Beauty in Chaos –  Beauty in Chaos ( reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Beauty in Chaos is a strange and intriguing prospect and like anything deserving of such a description is hard to easily pin down. Too fleeting to be a supergroup, more organic than merely a curated project, too original and forward … Continue reading

Posted in alt-rock, post-punk, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chandelier –  autumn (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Chandelier is an album which reminds us that the post-punk and gothic originators from which autumn, at least in part take their lead, were essentially pop bands, although ones not afraid to revel in a quirkiness and outsider stance. And … Continue reading

Posted in dream-pop, goth, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Crucial 5 – Five essential nights out in London

Variety isn’t just an entertainment trade magazine, it is also the spice of life, a veritable condiment to flavor your social life and just looking at the recommendations below you can see that London’s nightlife has so much of that … Continue reading

Posted in what's on | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Songs of Candlelight and Razorblades – Wayne Hussey (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Although a big fan of The Sisters of Mercy and the earlier Mission albums, I have to confess that I lost touch with Wayne Hussey’s musical path a long time ago, for no other reason that there is only so … Continue reading

Posted in dream-pop, rock | Tagged , ,

New Music of The Day : V – Cold Life – Terminal Gods

Classic Rock magazine described Terminal Gods saying “Imagine a world in which Andrew Eldritch kept his hair and his leather jacket, and instead of doing crossword puzzles for the last decade, he spent his time cracking skulls in biker bars. ” … Continue reading

Posted in audio, goth, rock | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment