The following news stories appeared on the T&M homepage:

CHARLIE APPEARS ONSTAGE WITH A-M-I 
 
A-M-I played the Prince Albert, in Brighton on 27 February supporting punk survivors The Lurkers. Charlie Harper, fresh from the Subs' recent European tour made another appearance with A-M-I onstage as seen in this photo posted on Facebook by Dave Kemp.
The blisteringly great debut A-M-I album is still available on Time & Matter Records - of which all the links are below the gig photo
 
A-M-I ALBUM - PURCHASE VIA MAIL ORDER: http://timematterrecordings.bigcartel.com/
OR PURCHASE AT A-M-I GIGS: https://www.facebook.com/AntiMeatheadInc
 
READ THE UBER ROCK WEBSITE REVIEW: CLICK HERE
NUZZ PROWLING WOLF BLOGSITE REVIEW: CLICK HERE
 
 
FANTASTIC REVIEW FOR URBAN DOGS 7" ON FUNGALPUNK 
 
 
The fabulous FungalPunk website has reviewed the new Urban Dogs 7" single...
Read another fab review for the latest Time & Matter Records' release on the link below...
 
"''Rebellion Song' is a golden oldie, here draped in concentrated artistry loaded with textured emotion and heartfelt questioning that deals with political, warmongering idiocy and kickback beliefs that need to shake up many stances and create new liberated dances - no easy task.  
'One Foot In The Grave' (is) a restless song sticking posers into many political pots, a pot pourii of pondering with much disillusion and disgust foamed from a belly obviously on fire.
The weft of the rhythm is colourful and effective despite tones that could be initially deemed as subdued with intricacies that could easily be passed by.  Take time dear onlooker with this, a steady creeping vine of vibration that has a incessant growth pattern is to be revealed.
...get yer Speedo’s on and dash for the din - not a bad do at all.."
 
READ THE FULL REVIEW - CLICK HERE
 
The full review is archived on T&M below as well...
 
I have all the Urban Dogs releases and in truth pretty much love their stuff.  Over the years the sporadic titbits from this multi-faceted sideline have showcased a wide and interesting variety of tuneage revealing much of the players passions and overall discordant desires.  The two consist maestros at the helm have been the well versed punk rock perverts Charlie Harper and Knox, wise and sonically sagacious the input is always destined to be thoughtful.  So, rather than dwell on an intro further (that really isn’t the necessity) I shall speed it up and plunge with swiftness into this 2 track single.
 
'Rebellion Song' is a golden oldie, here draped in concentrated artistry loaded with textured emotion and heartfelt questioning that deals with political, warmongering idiocy and kickback beliefs that need to shake up many stances and create new liberated dances - no easy task.  This commune crawl loaded with confidence is a steady strum out with our lead gent coasting along on the warm radiated vibes and emitting semi-radioed utterances done with an almost anguished and bleeding ticker.  An emboldened song led by Mr Harper, one with inner strength I feel - do not underestimate.
 
Knox up next and his vocal duties applied to the sobering 'One Foot In The Grave' another slow tempoed song but this time with a greater whip in the flow and greater dirt kick in the output.  A restless song sticking posers into many political pots, a pot pourii of pondering with much disillusion and disgust foamed from a belly obviously on fire.  The weft of the rhythm is colourful and effective despite tones that could be initially deemed as subdued with intricacies that could easily be passed by.  Take time dear onlooker with this, a steady creeping vine of vibration that has a incessant growth pattern is to be revealed.
 
That is it then, one for the collectors and the curious - limited to 500 dual coloured copies or 50 promo copies - get yer Speedo’s on and dash for the din - not a bad do at all.