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Horns up...? Yeah, why not. It's another episode of Riot Act, where Steve and Sam have spent the week diving into all manner of heavy metal goodness... and some not so goodness. We catch up on some of the some prominent releases in metal from Behemoth, Clutch, Ozzy Osbourne, The Devil Wears Prada, The Hu, Stake, Megadeth, END & Cult Leader, Blackbr…
 
Welcome to another bumper episode of Riot Act. It's been a busy and mad week in the world of popular culture, Wembley paid tribute to Taylor Hawkins with one of the most star studded shows of all time, Cardiff hosted the first WWE pay per view in 30 years (and Steve was there, not really knowing what was going on), Harry Styles flobbed in Chris Pin…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Riot Act, a podcast about music. This week Steve is once again joined by Sam Sleight to chat about all the big issues and events over the last week. There's new albums from The Callous Daoboys, JID and 156/Silence to get through, there's also some pretty depressing news from various angles regarding Scott Kelly's …
 
Hey there, look at that, you've gone and got yourself a bonus episode of Riot Act! Steve is joined by Sam once again to discuss a very different pair of festival experiences that have happened over the last couple of weeks. Sam found himself at the Arc Tan Gent Festival, the premier UK festival for all things post-rock/metal to gorge himself on the…
 
Welcome to a very special episode of Riot Act, the alternative music podcast. This week we are delighted to once again team up with our good friends Tom Dare and Matt Rushton from the excellent Hell Bent For Metal Podcast, for the finest crossover since... er... Suicidal Tendencies. We warm up by chatting about new music in over two decades from Bo…
 
It's been a while, but it's time for another Riot Act Reviews. We're taking one big release from the music world and focusing all of our attention on it here, and Steve is delighted to be joined by Guardian and Metal Hammer journalist and full time Cult of Luna obsessive Matt Mills to pick through the bones of the latest Machine Head album; Of King…
 
Hello, yes, welcome back to another episode of Riot Act, a podcast all about music. This week Steve is joined by Gaz Jones, 90's Brit-rock enthusiast and the host of the very excellent Track One, Side One podcast. Together we cast our critical eye over some cracking new music from Russian Circles, The Spielbergs, Danger Mouse & Black Thought and Th…
 
Welcome back to Riot Act, the home of all good alternative music chat. This week Steve is joined by Ohhms frontman and host of the excellent A Year in Horror podcast, Paul Waller to discuss the links between horror movies and music. Paul picks six of the albums from his lifetime that he believes are the perfect accompaniment to the horror movie gen…
 
Welcome back to another informative look at the world of music from us here at Riot Act. It's the final week of lovely Sam Sleight's stand in tenure, and as such we have given him free reign to run us through his 20 favourite albums of all time. And there are some absolute cracking picks in there, if we do say so ourselves. Before we get to that St…
 
Oh happy days, Riot Act is back. It's your weekly delve into the world of alternative music, and this week Steve is once again joined by lovely Sam Sleight to talk about new albums from Ithaca, RZA as Bobby Digital and Oceans of Slumber. Before that we pay tribute to both Paul Ryder and Mariusz Lewandowski, both of whom sadly passed away recently, …
 
We are back with another episode of Riot Act, your weekly Duran Duran love in... sorry, dose of alternative music news. Steve is joined once more by Sam Sleight, who actually does have to listen to Steve ranting on about seeing Duran Duran live last week, alongside Nile Rodgers, Pearl Jam, Pixies and Warmduscher at the BST shows in Hyde Park. We al…
 
Welcome back to Riot Act, where all of the best alternative music chat... and some chat about Louise Redknapp, takes place. Remfry has swanned off to Europe to follow Pearl Jam about, so Steve has once again roped in Sam Sleight to do a cover shift for him. The pair have plenty to talk about, as there are new albums from ... And You Will Know Us By…
 
Welcome back to your favourite music podcast, so we heard anyway, it’s Riot Act isn’t it. Obviously. Steve and Remfry have been taking part in what has been one of the most memorable weeks of live music Britain has seen for many years, it’s been Glastonbury, which we watched loads of on the tv (shout out the BBC), Steve saw Elton John at Hyde Park …
 
Welcome back to Riot Act, your weekly dose of music reviews, chat and gossip. This week Steve and Remfry take a listen to brand new music from Porcupine Tree, Alexisonfire, Nervus and Zola Jesus, before getting a mixture of excited and not at all bothered by news of a full tour by the original line up of the Sugababes and a documentary about Motley…
 
Welcome back to another very fine, if we do say ourselves, episode of Riot Act, the alternative music podcast. Steve and Remfry return with a packed show this week, part of this is because we’re happy Kate Bush is going to be number one in charts around the world, part of it is because we’re intrigued to see how the upcoming Taylor Hawkins tribute …
 
We’re back to our usual pairing here on Riot Act this week, as Steve and Remfry pick through their musical highlights of the last seven days. There’s chat about the latest records from Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood’s The Smile project, Everything Everything, Just Mustard, Porridge Radio and Casket Feeder, who Steve also saw live in London as well…
 
Welcome back to another Riot Act. Your weekly fix of alternative music chat. Remfry is having a well earned break this week, so Steve is joined by our good friend and former Stereoboard writer Sam Sleight. The two of them saw the big My Chemical Romance shows in Milton Keynes, so they talk about that before moving on to chat new records by Liam Gal…
 
Hello you, welcome back to the latest episode of Riot Act, the alternative music podcast, where you can get all the best news and opinions about all of the stuff that happened in the music world this week. Steve and Remfry have got a big one to start with, as we look at the huge new album from Kendrick Lamar, followed by new releases from Cave In a…
 
Welcome to another Riot Act, your weekly dose of alternative music news and reviews. This week Steve and Remfry get all misty eyed at the news that Apple are discontinuing the iPod, it ends up in a big nostalgia trip all the way back to Soda Streams. Those were the days eh! There is also reviews on the latest releases from Arcade Fire, Moon Tooth a…
 
Welcome back to Riot Act, where you can hear a rather tired Steve and Remfry talk about both a busy week for music and a busy week for the pair of them. We gloss over the Q&A’s, wrestling and DJ sets that the pair of us have partaken in, and instead get to the chat about new music we’ve been listening to from the likes of Bloc Party, Puppy, Heriot …
 
After a week absence Riot Act returns with an absolutely bumper show. Steve and Remfry are kind of delighted that Machine Gun Kelly has decided that he’s not going to make rock music anymore. That’s alright innit! But they’re more interested in telling you about the music that they have seen/listened to in the last fortnight. So, there are reviews …
 
(Originally released via https://www.patreon.com/riotactpodcast 22 October 2020) As suggested by Dougie Vale, Steve and Remfry take a deep dive into the 2010 self-titled album by Norweigan black n' rollers Kvelertak, an album that has oft been heralded as one of the finest debut albums of the 2010s. But the landscape of heavy music has changed some…
 
Welcome back to Riot Act, the alternative music podcast, where Steve and Remfry have had a busy week. Remfry has been to a whole bunch of gigs, from two huge arena shows by Ghost and The War on Drugs to smaller club shows with Bambara and Mclusky, whereas Steve has… er… watched the Jimmy Savile documentary. No accounting for taste. We also have new…
 
Welcome to another weekly dose of your alternative music fix from us here at Riot Act. You know it’s been a pretty quiet week when Steve and Remfry are chatting about David Draiman and Lil Nas X being mates and trying their hardest to just ignore the Grammys. So we decided to cast our mind back to a long lost festival that we believed had plenty of…
 
Hi there, welcome to another Riot Act Reviews, where Steve and Remfry review a brand new album from the world of alternative music. Today we are looking at the 12th studio album from funk rock megastars Red Hot Chili Peppers, Unlimited Love. This is the first album by the band since 2016’s The Getaway, and the first album to feature the band's icon…
 
(Originally released on https://www.patreon.com/riotactpodcast 30th October 2020) Remfry and Steve discuss an under-appreciated gem of an album, the second album from the experimental mathcore quartet Exotic Animal Petting Zoo. As suggested by Jamie Hall, pinning Exotic Animal Petting Zoo down is tricky, with comparisons made as broad as The Dillin…
 
Welcome to another episode of Riot Act, your dose of weekly news and opinions from the alternative music world. Steve and Remfry have a mixed bag to sort through this week, the most pressing being the tragic, sudden and far too soon passing of Foo Fighters iconic drummer Taylor Hawkins and Talons violinist Sam Little. RIP to both men. We also revie…
 
Cover your mouths and don’t get too close to Remfry! Riot Act is here again, but poor Remmers is still suffering from the deadly COVID. Steve is fine, although he is pretty certain he’s going to get it in the next few days, so something to look forward to next week. We've managed to cast our ears over the latest releases from Charli XCX, Weezer, An…
 
Hello there, it’s another Riot Act Reviews innit, the podcast where Steve and Remfry cast their beady eyes over a brand new release. On this episode we are looking at the 8th studio album by glam-alt-rock-cult legends Placebo; Never Let Me Go. It’s been 9 years since we got a full length album from the band, but Placebo have been more than active o…
 
Welcome back to another Riot Act Reviews, where Steve and Remfry hone in on an upcoming album and give you their thoughts. This week we are looking at Diaspora Problems, the 4th studio album from Pennsylvanian hardcore punks Soul Glo. They might not be a massive name at present, but this is a band with some serious ambition, and this, their first a…
 
It’s another stacked week here at Riot Act Towers. Steve and Remfry have been busying themselves with a whole host of things; watching Gang Of Youths blow the roof off at Brixton Academy, reviewing new albums from Cypress Hill, Feeder and Gloson, chewing the fat over news about Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones and Jack White and picking one fantast…
 
(Originally released over on https://www.patreon.com/riotactpodcast 8th October 2020) Remfry is beyond excited as he and Steve discuss 'the best band of the 1990s®' according to EVERYONE WHO IS SANE ... Terrorvision, and their 1996, 3rd full-length album Regular Urban Survivors. As suggested by absolute ruddy bloody legends Doug Rae and Wayne Mcwil…
 
This week is chock-a-block with news, from Sergio Vega announcing that he's left Deftones (some time ago as it transpires) to The Prodigy announcing their first tour since the tragic death of the twisted firestarter himself Keith Flint. Then there's the intriguing idea behind Arcade Fire distributing the sheet music for their new songs across a bun…
 
It’s that time again, Riot Act is here, your weekly look at the world of music, and it’s been an incredibly eventful one don’t you know! On this week’s show Steve and Remfry have been to the movies (sort of) they both watched the brand new Foo Fighters film Studio 666 where the alt rock megastars take on some demonic force in their recording studio…
 
It’s time for another episode of Riot Act Reviews, where Steve and Remfry give you their opinion on a brand new album that is about to drop on the unsuspecting music world. On this show we are talking about the second album from Boston hardcore newcomers Vein.fm, (previously Vein) The World Is Going To Ruin You. Vein.fm have been seriously hyped fr…
 
(Originally released to Patrons via https://www.patreon.com/riotactpodcast 1st October 2020) Steve and Remfry head back to 2003, to a time when Southern Indie rock quartet Kings of Leon weren't a boring band ... or maybe they were? Thanks to Michael Perry, who suggested we cover the band's debut album (although kindly, he gave us the choice between…
 
It’s a rather different show on Riot Act this week. Steve and Remfry spend the majority of the show paying tribute to a musical hero in the aftermath of the news of Mark Lanegan’s passing at the age of 57. From Screaming Trees to Queens of the Stone Age to his solo material and guest appearances on releases from the likes of Cult of Luna, Manic Str…
 
Hey everyone, it’s been a while, but we’re back with another Riot Act Reviews, and, good lord, do we have a good one. Steve and Remfry are looking at Angel In Realtime. by Gang of Youths, the third studio album by the Australian alternative rock band and the follow up to their 2017 album Go Farther In Lightness. Although they're pretty successful h…
 
Welcome to another episode of Riot Act, where Steve and Remfry have had a slightly quieter week than the uncharacteristically busy start to the year that 2022 has thus far brought. Still, there’s been plenty going on, with one of the most talked about Super Bowl halftime shows ever from Dr Dre and Co., Ed Sheeran and Cradle of Filth discussing thei…
 
Your favourite dose of alternative music chat is back, it’s Riot Act, that’s us, we’re here, we’re back… hi. It’s been a busy week away from Riot Act towers for Steve and Remfry this week, which has meant we haven’t been able to give you individual reviews on the massive albums that are released this week, so (old school!) we’re doing it here! We l…
 
Hello you! You’re about to listen to Riot Act, your favourite weekly music podcast. Steve and Remfry are here once again, and this week they are celebrating those one album wonder bands by picking a pair of long lost but exceptional records that represent the only full lengths released by their creators. Both Sona Fariq and Man Will Surrender might…
 
We’re back with another Riot Act Reviews, the show where Steve and Remfry give their expert opinion on one of the more notable releases in the music world. Today we’re speaking about one of the most unique and singular artists that Britain has ever produced; Rolo Tomassi and their 6th studio album Where Myth Becomes Memory. As the follow up to 2018…
 
Welcome to another episode of Riot Act Reviews, where Steve and Remfry review a new and exciting release from the world of alternative music… Today we’re talking about Ants From Up Here, the second album from UK experimental post-rock newbies Black Country, New Road. It’s only been a year since the band released their highly acclaimed debut album F…
 
Hello you! Well if it isn’t another Riot Act Review podcast, where we, that’s Steve and Remfry FYI, look at another big album release. Today we’re considering the relative merits of Korn’s 14th studio album Requiem. It’s the follow up to the nu-metal legends surprisingly brilliant The Nothing in 2019. It’s a pretty high bar for Korn to match here o…
 
It’s another episode of Riot Act Reviews, where Steve and Remfry talk about one of the more noteworthy new records being released right about now. On this episode, we’re looking at Erebos, the third full-length album by underground death metal darlings Venom Prison. It’s been a pretty spectacular rise for Welsh / Russian death metal crew over the l…
 
Originally posted over on https://www.patreon.com/riotactpodcast September 23rd 2020 Remfry and Steve head back to 2004 for a suggestion to cover GN'R/STP supergroup Velvet Revolver and their debut album Contraband. As suggested by Jonathan Davidson (who very kindly gave us the choice between Contraband or their risible 2007 follow-up Libertad), th…
 
Welcome to Riot Act, your weekly dose of music chat and opinion from that guy Stephen Hill and the other guy Remfry Dedman. And, yes, you’re right, we should pay tribute to the late, great Meat Loaf, who sadly passed away last week just as episode 178 went live. We are obviously going to do that (you could say you took the words right out of ours m…
 
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