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Matt Williams

Favourite Albums


In the latest in our 'Re : view' series, in which our staff reflect on albums that they feel deserve further appraisal, Pennyblackmusic photographer Matt Williams explains why Bruce Springsteen's classic 'Born to Run' rarely leaves his turntable
In the latest in our Favourite Album series, in which a different member of our team each month writes about an album of his or her choice, photographer Matt Williams describes the continued impact on him of Soundgarden's 1991 album 'Badmouthfinger'




Photographer Matt Williams photographs post-hardcore band Hold Your Horse Is at a gig earlier this year
Matt Williams provides previously unseen photographs of the Willard Grant Conspiracy, the Monroe Transfer and Adam Donen at our last Bands' Night in October of last year

Atrobe Talbot
Nine Inch Nails

In our 'Photoscapes' series, Matt Williams photographs seminal Californian alternative rock act, Jane's Addiction, at the London O2 Arena
Matt Williams photographs industrial act Nine Inch Nails, who are allegedly stopping touring, on their farewell London date at the O2 Arena
Matt Williams photographs indie/folk act the Godwits at rehearsal in violin and viola player Will's home
and then once again a week later at a gig at the Hoxton Bar and Grill in London


Hanin Elias
Maximo Park

Fantastic live album from hard rockers Hermano, who are fronted by ex-Kyuss frontman John Garcia
Second solo album from former Atari Teenage Riot member Hanin Elias, which may appeal not only to fans of her former band, but also to those who like early 90’s industrial metal
Exceptional debut album from the much hyped Maximo Park, which proves to be "possibly the most heart felt indie pop record on the left-field of Death Cab For Cutie"
"Triple CD treat" of headbanger music, which proves to be "a fantastic reference" point to much of heavy metal rock during the last 40 years

Vic Du Monte's Idiot Prayer

Impressive debut album from Idiot Prayer, the debut album of Kyuss co-founder Vic Du Monte, which surprisingly proves to have a lo-fi desert rock sound

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