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Lovvers - OCD Go Go Go Girls

Lovvers - OCD Go Go Go Girls

Review of Lovvers album OCD Go Go Go GirlsA collection of songs in some sort of cohesive order can be referred to, or classified as an album. When an album, recorded by a band, comes...

Review posted on 11th August 2009

Noah and the Whale - The First Days Of Spring

Noah and the Whale - The First Days Of Spring

Review of Noah And The Whale's album The First Days Of SpringRight. On to the review. This is an album about a breakup, very openly and obviously. Laura Marling, ex-member of Noah and the Whale...

Review posted on 5th August 2009

Taking Back Sunday - New Again

Taking Back Sunday - New Again

Review of Taking Back Sunday's album New Again.Taking Back Sunday and Brand New are two bands with which an interesting experiment can be performed. Jesse Lacey of the latter band started off as TBS' bassist,...

Review posted on 6th July 2009

A-Ha - Foot of the Mountain

A-Ha - Foot of the Mountain

Review of A-Ha's album Foot Of The MountainI had no idea A-Ha were still active as a band- this is very surprising. I don't really understand the whole thing, but they're now a little bit...

Review posted on 6th July 2009

None The Less - The Way to Save Ourselves

None The Less - The Way to Save Ourselves

Review of ‘The Way to Save Ourselves’ a mini-album from None The Less. This record sounds a little bit like what QOTSA might make if Josh Homme was reared on a staple diet of Glassjaw....

Review posted on 24th June 2009

KOF - The KOF EP

KOF - The KOF EP

Review of KOF's self-titled EPKOF likes to call his blend of 'Hip-Hop, Indie and Dance' Mesh Music. I don't know why he calls it that because that's not a very clear indicator of what your...

Review posted on 16th June 2009

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Billy Talent - Billy Talent III

Billy Talent - Billy Talent III

Review of Billy Talent's album IIII have always liked Billy Talent- their first album was a revelation for me, and this new one is a focused and driven effort. First track Devil On My Shoulder...

Review posted on 3rd June 2009

Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown

Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown

Review of Green Day's album 21st century Breakdown.Having decided that concept is the future, Green Day attempt punk-prog in a concept about a couple, Christian and Gloria who live through good ol' GW's two presidential...

Review posted on 2nd June 2009

Incubus - Monuments and Melodies

Incubus - Monuments and Melodies

I've never been a massive fan of Incubus, but I don't really know why. I have enjoyed all of the songs that have garnered airplay in the UK, but I understand they're a considerably bigger...

Review posted on 2nd June 2009

Enter Shikari - Common Dreads

Enter Shikari - Common Dreads

Review of Enter Shikari's album Common DreadsEnter Shikari, the Herfordshire, UK four-piece are growing at an exponential rate. Growing in the sheer number of genres they're crossing, growing sonically, growing lyrically and this record, Common...

Review posted on 1st June 2009

The Mars Volta - Octahedron

The Mars Volta - Octahedron

Review of The Mars Volta's album OctahedronThis album is a bit of an enigma to me. Starting with a minute's forty worth of silence until meandering into the quasi-ballad Since We've Been Wrong, it's pretty...

Review posted on 27th May 2009

Jersey Budd - Wonderlands

Jersey Budd - Wonderlands

Review Of Jersey Budd's album WonderlandsJersey Budd is harkening back to days gone by with this album, his debut, Wonderlands. You may have read about Budd in any number of national newspapers recently. He's been...

Review posted on 21st May 2009

Sara Lov - Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming

Sara Lov - Seasoned Eyes Were Beaming

Review of Sara Lov's album Seasoned Eyes Were BeamingTime is money. Throughout this review, I'm going to show you how to maximise your time to save you money.Sara Lov, Hawaiian by birth, Isreali by kidnapping...

Review posted on 20th May 2009

Duke Special - I Never Thought This Day Would Come

Duke Special - I Never Thought This Day Would Come

Review of Duke Special's album 'I Never Thought This Day Would Come'.Duke Special aka Peter Wilson is a cool guy. Dreadlocks aside, he's known not only for the multi-platinum selling Songs From The Deep Forest,...

Review posted on 13th May 2009

Sing It Loud - Come Around

Sing It Loud - Come Around

Review of Sing It Loud's album Come AroundCome Around is the sophomore album by Sing It Loud, apparently consisting of four lank looking v-neck wearing long hair types and a friendly looking black guy. I...

Review posted on 13th May 2009

The Penny Black Remedy - No One's Fault But Your Own

The Penny Black Remedy - No One's Fault But Your Own

Review of The Penny Black Remedy's album No One's Fault But Your Own.Listening to No One's Fault But Your Own by The Penny Black Remedy yields some interesting results. It's very good. It's really, very...

Review posted on 13th May 2009

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Six real songs about pregnancy and parenthood that ring so true

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Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

Spotlight on Nirvana: We need to talk about Spencer Elden

The baby on Nirvana’s Nevermind album is suing for sexual exploitation.

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