Live from a sold out 100 Club in London, Opus Kink induct themselves into punk rock history.

Notes that pulled no punches, and riffs that set the band apart from any other post-punk outfit you can name. Photo: Berhnard Deckert | Words: Jessie Smith The blood, sweat, and spit of punk rock history proudly stains the stage of the 100 Club on Oxford Street, and on February 3rd I watched as Opus Kink spilled out upon that hallowed ground to the tune … Continue reading Live from a sold out 100 Club in London, Opus Kink induct themselves into punk rock history.

We’re back in the Boogaloo Radio studio, playing our favourite new releases and live in interview with Opus Kink.

The death of grassroots music, Angus’ dream diary and recording with Tim Burgess, we got down to the knitty-gritty with Opus Kink. Words: Karl Johnson | Photo: Galen Bullivant A name never far from the lips of new music afficionados are funk-punk-whatever 6-piece Opus Kink. As a live band they fuse high-octane and truly danceable choruses with a soul-searching country soul, but what’s behind the … Continue reading We’re back in the Boogaloo Radio studio, playing our favourite new releases and live in interview with Opus Kink.

Rotterdam’s Left Of The Dial festival returns triumphant for its 2021 edition.

The city, its people, the venues and the atmosphere was electric as Rotterdam hosted the next wave of tipped alternative artists. Words: Karl Johnson | Photos: Elinor Haskew Rotterdam is Europe’s largest seaport, it’s also know for its varied and eye-catching architecture – following the near-complete destruction of the city centre in World War II – but on a sun-kissed weekend in October, there was … Continue reading Rotterdam’s Left Of The Dial festival returns triumphant for its 2021 edition.