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Review // Sheen – ‘Sheen’

  London 6 piece Sheen is made up of members not just from London but spanning Wales to Poland – and their varied influences have come together to create their self-titled album released last week. Haven’t heard it yet? Now … Continue reading

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Review // ‘Blood Red Shoes’ by Blood Red Shoes

It’s been a less tween-angering road this time around for Brighton’s favourite power duo. It’s unlikely that You Me At Six fans have forgotten the events of March 2012, but then they’ve probably had plenty of unkind words directed at … Continue reading

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Review // Temples – ‘Sun Structures’

    Firstly – a pretty apt name so 10/10 of there! The album as a whole kind of made me want to go dancing in the desert, not that I’ve ever done that before but I reckon this album … Continue reading

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News // Blood Red Shoes release new song and album details

  This Sunday London / Brighton based rock duo, Blood Red Shoes handed the power over to their fans as they set up a worldwide treasure hunt for snippets of a new track that they’re streaming over on Soundcloud. As … Continue reading

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Review // Wet Nuns – ‘Wet Nuns’

  Their self titled album is the first and last album to come from Sheffield based band, Wet Nuns, who started the band “as a joke” a few years ago and never expected to be playing shows here, there and … Continue reading

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Review // Yuck – ‘Glow & Behold’

  Yuck‘s original frontman, Daniel Blumberg decided to leave the band earlier this year, luckily the band did not give up hope and guitarist Max Bloom took to the mic and they recruited a new guitarist in the form of … Continue reading

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Review // Chvrches – ‘The Bones of What You Believe’

  Debut studio album, The Bones of What you Believe, brought to our eager ears by Glaswegian synth-pop trio, Chvrches, is that kind of crisp, sharp, flawless electronica that has disappeared of late, and buckled under the weight of hundreds … Continue reading

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Review // Blood Sport – ‘Life In Units’

    Few times in my life since having ears, have I come across music that can be described as sonic schizophrenia on DMT, forever. A relentless tirade of insanity – music that tears apart everything you thought you knew about listening … Continue reading

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Review // Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM’

  After their last album was pretty much a write-off and featured the hit ‘Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I Moved Your Chair’, Sheffield formed band,  Arctic Monkeys had to do something to win over disappointed fans with album number five. … Continue reading

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Review // Swim Deep – ‘Where The Heaven Are We’

  Debut album, Where The Heaven Are We, from Birmingham-based indie pop four-piece, Swim Deep, is every bit the guitar-driven, jangling and jovial explosion of evocative harmonies and deep, instrumental layering, for which 7 track debut EP, ‘Sun On My Back’, paved … Continue reading

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Review // Mudhoney – ‘Vanishing Point’

  After not released an album in five years, influential Seattle punk band Mudhoney have returned with a new album entitled Vanishing Point.  The LP opens with ‘Slipping Away’, a strong start to the album as it’s laden with impressive psych-rock riffs. It’s … Continue reading

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Review // Flume- ‘Flume’

2012 into 2013 has been a victorious year for underground dance music as a whole, sure, I understand that that is a narrow statement to make but with the likes of Disclosure and AlunaGeorge’s collaboration hitting the number two spot … Continue reading

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