Look up and down the charts and all you see is R & B, pop R & B, pop and maybe a little indie thrown in for good measure. The age of bands that actually make their own music and invent new ways of doing things are becoming somewhat of an endangered species. Even when you go to your local record shops the shelves are filled with all this manufactured stuff and it's taking increasingly longer to search on the internet to try and find the next gem. Bands like Exit Calm and We Were Promise Jetpacks depend on the internet and word of mouth from their live shows to get them noticed.
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Review of Northern Star Records compilation Revolution In Sound.
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