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Nowhere –  Love Ghost (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I’m going to come straight out and say it, I’m a sucker for violins in rock music. There is something about the way it sweeps and washes when most other musical weapons of choice in the rock band arsenal, crunch … Continue reading

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For Fuck’s Sake Jake – Jake Martin (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

From the title and artwork which features TV’s being thrown out of windows and pub fights you might be lead to the assumption that what follows is confrontational, rabble rousing and a mass of punk ethics. The reality is that … Continue reading

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Cultural Revolutions – with Dave Franklin

DAA founder, Dave Franklin, looks at 5 albums that impacted on his younger musical brain and have stayed with him over the years. First and Last and Always – The Sisters of Mercy (1985)  Standing at that point when an underground … Continue reading

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An evening with New Model Army

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Between Dog and Wolf – New Model Army

Tumbling out of the wreckage of the dying punk movement, New Model Army were always flag bearers for a darker and more thoughtful alternative, but an alternative where a snarling dissatisfaction and restlessness was never far from the surface. Always … Continue reading

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Navigating by the Stars – Justin Sullivan

Justin Sullivan is a man who may need an introduction, as he is not exactly what you would call a household name. He is best known as the front man of the band New Model Army, a powerhouse of angst … Continue reading

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