Pennyblackmusic Presents: Heist & Idiot Son + The Volunteered & Simon Bromide

Headlining are Heist with support from Idiot Son , The Volunteered and Simon Bromide
Hosted at the Water Rats London, Saturday 10th September. Doors open 7:30; First band on at 7:45; Admission £10 on the door or £8 in advance from We got Tickets
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Tompaulin (2001)

This is a real little gem from a new band I’d read good things about but hadn’t heard anything by until this, their second single from Action, the same label that first brought us the Boo Radleys.


Interview Diecast - Interview

Japanese hardcore outfit Envy released their latest album 'Insomniac Doze' on Mogwai's Rock Action label. Vocalist Tetsuya Fukagawa talks to Andy Vincent about his group's longevity and why, after nearly 15 years together, their priorities haven't changed

Interview Miscellaneous - Interview

The Scoundrelles are the new project of former Scientists guitarist Tony Thewlis. He, and fellow band members Hugh Gulland and Yan Quellien chat about their debut album ‘Organic Molecules In Action!’ which had drawn comparisions with the Flaming Lips

Paul Draper
Interview Paul Draper - Interview

After more than a decade working behind the scenes in the music industry, Mansun frontman Paul Draper has stepped back into the light with his debut album 'Spooky Action'. He speaks to Denzil Watson about the enduring love for Mansun as a cult act, being older and wiser, and the end of his old band.

Paul Draper
Interview Paul Draper - Interview

In our second interview with him, former Mansun front man Paul Draper talks with Denzil Watson about touring his debut solo album 'Spooky Action' after a nearly fifteen year absence from the stage and the soon-to-be reissued Mansun back catalogue.


Spectorbullets/Mayakovsky Produkts
Interview Blue Eyed Black - Interview

Former Fire Engines drummer Russell Burn and journalist and ex Re-Action Recordings owner Innes Reekie talk to John Clarkson about their new label Mayakovsky Produkts and its first album, the self-titled debut CD of Burn's new band Spectorbullets


Dominion Theatre, Ottawa, 5/6/2010 Action - Dominion Theatre, Ottawa, 5/6/2010

Canadian punk rock band the Action recently reformed after an absence of nearly thirty years. Andrew Carver watches them play a chaotic set at their home town venue of the Dominion Theatre in Ottawa

Lazarus Effect
Verge, London, 17/6/2003 Lazarus Effect - Verge, London, 17/6/2003

Having moved down from Sheffield last year, the Lazarus Effect have become an increasingly steady presence on London's music scene. Olga Sladeckova catches a most "special" band in action

Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall Mogwai - Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall

Uh oh. Looks like someone fed them after midnight. Mogwai may have enjoyed a period of relative calm on their 'Rock Action' LP, but judging by tonight’s performance that was only the eye of the hurricane. In a set that’s parenthesised by a demon-cleani

Paul Draper
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, 14/9/2017 Paul Draper - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, 14/9/2017

Denzil Watson at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds watches ex-Mansun vocalist Paul Draper make an understated but impressive return after an absence of fourteen years to full live work to promote 'Spooky Action', his debut solo album.

Bottom Lounge, Chicago, 28/7/2016 Struts - Bottom Lounge, Chicago, 28/7/2016

Lisa Torem watches British band the Struts play an action-packed set at the Bottom Lounge to a crowd of late night Chicagoans on Lollapalooza eve

This Metal Sky
Pearl Jam Vs Ticketmaster Pearl Jam - Pearl Jam Vs Ticketmaster

In 1994 Pearl Jam took out legal action against show ticket giants, Ticketmaster. Jeff Thiessen in 'This Metal Sky' writes of the battle and its continuing after-effects

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