Author Archives: Matt Mead

About Matt Mead

Freelance writer who likes anything with heart and soul
REVIEW: Supergrass – Live On Other Planets

REVIEW: Supergrass – Live On Other Planets

The forever infectious sights and sounds of Supergrass are brought bang up to date with their sharp new live album Live On Other Planets. Recorded on their whirlwind reunion tour at the start of 2020 the band sounds as fluid…

NEWS: DMG NEW RELEASE: DOCTOR WHO & DIRK GENTLY

NEWS: DMG NEW RELEASE: DOCTOR WHO & DIRK GENTLY

Doctor Who Edge of Time is an immersive VR video game and Demon Records are proud to release the soundtrack to this adventure. On Vinyl for the first time, this is an original composition by Richard Wilkinson, specially created for…

REVIEW: Bob Mould – Distortion: 1989 – 2019

REVIEW: Bob Mould – Distortion: 1989 – 2019

Strewn with treat after treat, the new mammoth 295 track 24 CD box set, entitled Distortion: 1989 – 2019 released via Demon Music Group, represents the last word on the work of Bob Mould as a solo artist plus his…

REVIEW: Nimbus Sextet – Trap Door

REVIEW: Nimbus Sextet – Dreams Fulfilled

If you think of the modern funk, jazz charm of Incognito mixed with Bobby Hutcherson vibes and sweet soulful vocals lifted from the very best that Stax had to offer you’re bound to feast upon the new album delivered by…

NEWS: Auto Erotica - Jonny Trunk

NEWS: Auto Erotica – Jonny Trunk

Jonny Trunk, the expert archive collector has gone and done it again. In Cooperation with Fuel Publications he’s releasing another fab book, this time all about cars. The following dialogue is taken directly from the Kickstarter book funding page: AUTO…

REVIEW: The Style Council – Long Hot Summers

REVIEW: The Style Council – Long Hot Summers

When Paul Weller left Foxton and Buckler to start a new band many might have thought; will he still play a Rickenbacker? Will it be as good? Has he lost the plot? Whilst the first 2 questions were firmly answered…

REVIEW: Jimmy Page – The Anthology

REVIEW: Jimmy Page – The Anthology

Depending on when you were born you’re more than likely to have different experiences of first hearing about and seeing Jimmy Page. Me personally it was watching a rerun of the 1966 Blow Up film featuring David Hemmings and Vanessa…