With the release of the Sarah Price documentary, L7: Pretend We're Dead, what better time to look back at Bricks Are Heavy the innovative album that started it all.
The Jake Leg Jug Band has a frankly irresistible sound on their new album Break A Leg that won't be out of place on your turntable.
To hear them you'd think that Ex People had been around for years but the Bird album marks their debut on the New Heavy Sounds label.
From the first few bars of Owning Your Okayness, you can be sure that Milk Teeth's Be Nice is gonna be your alt-punk tipple of choice.
The Ramones was the first punk band, founded in 1976. The line-up is rock & roll at its basics — four chords, a cracking melody and crazy lyrics.
The US Denver-based quartet The Fray hit these shores running with the instant classic first full-length album How To Save A Life.
Bleached are able to transport their listeners to their native California through the distorted, grunge and punk induced melancholia.
Life went full circle for Bryan Ferry with his 2007 release Dylanesque. Hardly a surprise for a singer whose early career featured so many covers.
The Pogues blend passion and poetry to cement their reputation for delivering traditional Irish folk and hard-hitting punk in equal measure.
Female voices in distinct harmony from Taylor & the Mason on their new CD, a recording that nails everything they are about.
The Arctic Monkeys ruffled feathers with this follow-up to their debut album. The Pigeons gave it a coo, albeit a muted one.
Catch A Fire was the first reggae album to make an impact on the international rock market in 1973. The content was both socially aware and militant.
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