Author: Elliott Bambrough

The Aliens - The Happy Song

The Aliens - The Happy Song

The Aliens The Happy Song Single ReviewI feel happy. This is mainly because of the above. Full of bright energetic gay frivolity, The Aliens are fast becoming my favourite novelty band. Following on from...

Review posted on 16th October 2006

The Datsuns - Smoke & Mirrors

The Datsuns - Smoke & Mirrors

The Datsuns Smoke & MirrorsAlbum ReviewAntipodeans delight, the boys from down under have done it again! Proving that they are bigger and better than Flight Of The Concorde's, their third offering 'Smoke & Mirrors' is...

Review posted on 16th October 2006

The Mighty Roars - Whale

The Mighty Roars - Whale

The Mighty RoarsWhaleSingle Review Formed in Berlin in early 2004, Brits Martin Pilkington (Guitar), David Pringuer (Drums, Bass) teamed up with Lara Granqvist (Vocals) with their desire to "surf the London new wave with style"....

Review posted on 16th October 2006

Scott Matthews - Elusive

Scott Matthews - Elusive

Scott Matthews Elusive Single Review Phew, another singer/songwriter! Just when you think all the mobile phone companies are running out of advertisement options, another one pops up. And I can't help but to think that...

Review posted on 16th October 2006

Milburn - Album Sampler

Milburn - Album Sampler

MilburnAlbum SamplerReviewMilburn, are the latest touted champions of new wave indie rock. Hot on the heels of theie Sheffield contemporaries Artic Monkeys, Milburn (Joe Carnall - Vocals/Bass, Louis Carnall - Guitar/Vocals, Tom Rowley - Lead...

Review posted on 17th July 2006

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah The Skin Of My Yellow Country TeethSingle Review Ah, there is nothing quite like the breath of fresh air that is CYHSY. After creating hysteria in 2005 with their self...

Review posted on 12th July 2006

Lostprophets - Rooftops

Lostprophets - Rooftops

Lost ProphetsRooftopsAlbum Review You know when a friend goes on holiday and comes back 'a different person, because the whole experience has been SO life changing'? I feel like that sometimes with The Prophets. Since...

Review posted on 12th July 2006

Danko Jones - Sleep Is The Enemy

Danko Jones - Sleep Is The Enemy

Danko Jones, Sleep Is The Enemy, Album Review It doesn't take much to get me jumping up and down, like when I was twelve and first heard the album 'Back In Black' by AC/DC. Luckily,...

Review posted on 24th April 2006

Joseph Arthur - Can't Exist

Joseph Arthur - Can't Exist

Joseph Arthur Can't ExistSingle ReviewAt school there are always a number of kids who dream of just being creative and artistic for their whole lives. They're going to slip in and out of cities and...

Review posted on 24th April 2006

Gotan Project - Lunatico

Gotan Project - Lunatico

Gotan Project Lunatico Album Review From the opening rasps on the snare drum to the closing notes on the piano, I feel unequivocally soothed. My mind and body have been massaged by three Parisians, an...

Review posted on 10th April 2006

We Are Scientists - Nobody Move

We Are Scientists - Nobody Move

We Are ScientistsNobody Move, Nobody Get HurtSingle Review I'm sure everyone bought this single back in July 2005 when it was originally released, seeing as how everyone was there at the start, saw the...

Review posted on 4th April 2006

King Biscuit Time - Kwangchow

King Biscuit Time - Kwangchow

King Biscuit TimeKwangchowSingle Review In October 2004, The Beta Band played their final gig. After 8 torrid years of some highs but mainly lows, the band called it quits and headed off in their own...

Review posted on 3rd April 2006

The Wonder Stuff - Suspended By Stars

The Wonder Stuff - Suspended By Stars

The Wonder StuffSuspended By Stars Album ReviewMore than 20 years after their first album "Eight Legged Groove Machine" was released creating a giant giggle within the Indie scene, The "Stuffies" give us "Suspended By Stars"....

Review posted on 30th March 2006

The Organ, Live Review

The Organ, Live Review

The OrganSoul Tree, Cambridge29th MarchLive ReviewIt's my first time at the Soul Tree, and I'm greeted by a young chap outside throwing up after every 10 paces. Maybe this is normal, but I can't imagine...

Review posted on 30th March 2006

Fivespeed - Morning Over Midnight

Fivespeed - Morning Over Midnight

FivespeedMorning Over MidnightAlbum ReviewAfter starting 7 years ago, working their socks off gigging furiously, building up a huge fan base and releasing EP's and an album on local labels, this versatile 'new' band from Arizona...

Review posted on 28th March 2006

The Little Willies - The Little Willies

The Little Willies - The Little Willies

The Little WilliesThe Little WilliesAlbum ReviewMulti Grammy Award Winner Norah Jones (daughter of legendary Indian performer Ravi Shankar), has teamed up with a number of her friends and fellow musicians to record a number of...

Review posted on 28th March 2006

Vanlustbader - Club Koko

Vanlustbader - Club Koko

Vanlustbader, Club Koko, Camden, 23rd MarchLive ReviewAudiences can be hard work, especially when you're not the headline act. And so Vanlustbader had to win over a room full of Babyshambles devotees. The boys (Shane –...

Review posted on 28th March 2006

The Organ - Grab That Gun

The Organ - Grab That Gun

The OrganGrab That GunAlbum ReviewDeep in the heart of Vancouver, Canada, all is well with the new music scene. The Organs' album 'Grab That Gun' arrived for me as usual from my lovely Editor on...

Review posted on 23rd March 2006

Gotan Project - Diferente

Gotan Project - Diferente

Gotan Project DiferenteSingle ReviewEveryone's favourite Tango visionaries are back. After a three year break since their first album 'La Revancha Del Tango' won worldwide acclaim and many awards to boot, Philippe Cohen Solal, Christophe Mueller...

Review posted on 22nd March 2006

Mark Ronson - Songs with Radio Heads

Mark Ronson - Songs with Radio Heads

Exit MusicSongs with Radio HeadsBBEAlbum ReviewI am not a fan of cover versions - w. Which is probably not a good start when reviewing a collection of classic Radiohead songs covered by other artists! A...

Review posted on 20th March 2006

The Strokes - Heart In A Cage

The Strokes - Heart In A Cage

The Strokes Heart In A Cage Single ReviewNew York, New York, a city so great they named it twice and can also boast a proud heritage of spawning some of America's most important and influential...

Review posted on 20th March 2006

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