Tag: Buzzcocks

Stella’s Stars of 2016

Stella’s Stars of 2016

I have been making photographs now for exactly three years, in fact, December 14th is the anniversary of my first proper photo gig – Peter Murphy from goth legends Bauhaus – now that was a wicked trip. 2016 has been a real mixed bag in terms of gigs, and definitely a tale of two cities for me. I have taken photos in small clubs, university bars and giant arenas. […]

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Buzzcocks – “In The Back”

Buzzcocks – “In The Back”

Buzzcocks keep proving their superiority over other punk-leaning rock bands. With almost 40 years of jamming under their belts, these guys know how to write a sweet rock tune. Typically, Pete Shelley handles most of the vocal work, but this new single features the singing chops of co-founder Steve Diggle. Not young men, Howard’s age is audible in the tone […]

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UK Subs – “Yellow Leader”

UK Subs – “Yellow Leader”

Released in February 2015, Yellow Leader is UK Subs‘ umpteenth album. This is a band who have had more releases than any of their contemporaries and have stuck around longer than most of them as well. Only their UK cousins Buzzcocks have also remained from that first wave of late 70s British punk rock, but the UK Subs are the […]

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(A Very Quick) Interview with the UK’s Shannon Wardrop

(A Very Quick) Interview with the UK’s Shannon Wardrop

Shannon Wardrop is an up-and-coming geetar-pop sensation from the UK. Heavily influenced by The Kinks, Rolling Stones, and dare I say a bit of Buzzcocks, she’s a cross-generational mixture of great sounds. Playing a mean guitar, and singing like an angelic demon (you read that right), she mixes vibes effortlessly, coming up with a unique and special blend of rock […]

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