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West End Centre, Aldershot, 28/5/2003

Mission - West End Centre, Aldershot, 28/5/2003

Julia Willis has been a fan of both Wayne Hussey and the Mission for years, but at the West End Centre in Aldershot she is forced to reflect on how some things aren't meant to last...


Live and Last (2009)

Allegedly final live offering on double CD from Gothic group the Mission, which was recorded at one of the bands' final shows in London in 2008

Shine Like The Stars (2002)

Impressive second single taken from the Mission's recently released "comeback" album 'Aura'

Aura (2001)

The Mission have returned with what you can only call a classic which will easily delight anyone who ever liked the band, Goth or not. As usual, it is dark flavoured, but Mish music is for all you va



Spear Of Destiny
Interview with Kirk Brandon Spear Of Destiny - Interview with Kirk Brandon

Denzil Watson speaks to Spear of Destiny frontman Kirk Brandon about their classic 1985 third album 'World Service' which is being re-released in a reimagined new version.

Interview Jooles - Interview

Owen Peters catches up with Vintage Pop aficionados The Jooles on the Isle of Wight and gains insight into their mission to make people dance...

Jane Badler
Interview Anais Mittchell - Interview

John Clarkson chats to 'V' and 'Mission: Impossible' actress Jane Badler about her new career as a singer, new single 'Nursery Rhyme' and forthcoming third album

Mission of Burma
Interview Mission Of Burma - Interview

Paul Waller speaks to Roger Miller from seminal Boston-based post-punk act Mission of Burma about his group's influential early releases, their reformation after two decades apart and latest album, last year's 'Unsound'

Stephanie Finch
Interview Stephanie Finch - Interview

Anthony Strutt talks to Stephanie Finch, who is also the keyboardist in her husband Green On Red guitarist Chuck Prophet's band, the Mission Express', about her first solo album in ten years, 'Cry Tomorrow'


Theatre Of Hate
Profile Theatre Of Hate - Profile

Denzil Watson reflects on a new expanded five-CD box set from 1980's post-punks Theatre of Hate, which as well as featuring the original 1981 and 1982 live albums 'He Who Dares Wins' recorded in Leeds and Berlin, has three additional gigs recorded between 1982 and 2012

Interview Ignition - Interview

Ignition is a Kent-based record label and distribution service , with a self-proclaimed mission "to help hardcore kids get the music they want at affordable prices". Label co-owner and Rydell guitarist Milo talks to Ben Howarth about its first two years


Yardbirds, Grimsby, 29/9/2021 Spear Of Destiny - Yardbirds, Grimsby, 29/9/2021

Denzil Watson at Yardbirds in Grimsby watches an emotive performance from Spear of Destiny to celebrate the 35th anniversary of their third album, 'World Service'.

Theatre Of Hate
Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, 12/12/2018

Theatre Of Hate
Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, 12/12/2018 Theatre Of Hate - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, 12/12/2018

Denzil Watson watches reformed 80's post punks Theatre of Hate, despite frontman Kirk Brandon battling a stomach bug, play an impressive set at the Rescue Rooms in Nottingham.

Wayne Hussey
Scholar Bar, Leicester, 23/9/2014 Wayne Hussey - Scholar Bar, Leicester, 23/9/2014

Anthony Strutt watches Mission front man Wayne Hussey play an enthralling set to promote his debut solo album ‘Songs of Candlelight and Razorblades’ at the Scholar Bar in Leicester

Spear of Destiny
Greystones, Sheffield, 14/10/2014 Spear Of Destiny - Greystones, Sheffield, 14/10/2014

Denzil Watson watches 80's cult band Spear of Destiny play an explosive set at the Greystones in Sheffield to promote their latest album, '31'

Mission of Burma
Dingwalls, London, 13/5/2010 Mission Of Burma - Dingwalls, London, 13/5/2010

Anthony Strutt at Dingwalls in London watches an uninspiring set of noisy, repetitive new wave from 1970's Boston-based punks, Mission of Burma

Mission of Burma
Koko, London, 22/5/2006 Mission Of Burma - Koko, London, 22/5/2006

Legendary Seattle post punk trio Mission of Burma reformed in 2002 and recently played their first British gig in many years at the London Koko as a warm-up before their All Tomorrow's Parties appearance. Jamie Rowland finds them on stunningly good form


Mission of Burma
Profile Mission Of Burma - Profile

Often criminally over-looked, Mission of Burma made some of the most influential post punk of the late 70's and early 80's. Mark Rowland looks back on the Boston rockers all-too-short career

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