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Girls - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

Girls - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

San Francisco outfit Girls have made the trip across the big blue to come and play their music in front us once again - the last time was upstairs at a pub in Birmingham. Now,...

Review posted on 13th December 2011

The Nova Saints - Newfoundland

The Nova Saints - Newfoundland

Don't you just love a bit of Wikipedia? After looking to do a bit of research the opening paragraph about them is "The Nova Saints (or Nova Saints) are a Bristol-based band whose musical style...

Review posted on 21st November 2011

Katherine Jenkins - Daydream

Katherine Jenkins - Daydream

Katherine Jenkins: the Welsh lady with a voice of an Angel, there is no doubt at all, but who also possesses a heart of a lion. She has fought against her former record label Universal...

Review posted on 2nd November 2011

The Horrors - Rock City, Nottingham

The Horrors - Rock City, Nottingham

On paper, The Horrors are flying. Their second album 'Primary Colors' was a total change in direction for the band but not in a way that they sold their souls and went all commercial. Instead,...

Review posted on 2nd November 2011

The Rifles - Freedom Run

The Rifles - Freedom Run

The Rifles return after a couple of years out and with their third studio album 'Freedom Run'; since their debut they have proven themselves to be consistent with their guitar pop output. The Rifles have...

Review posted on 4th October 2011

Seasick Steve - You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

Seasick Steve - You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

There is a certain romance surrounding the story of Seasick Steve and when you see him in interviews you can see that he is generally happy to be there, a really nice bloke and that's...

Review posted on 4th July 2011

Jennifer Lopez - Love?

Jennifer Lopez - Love?

After doing a little bit of this a little bit of that and having babies, J.Lo feels that now is the right time to return to the music scene as an artist. Although Jennifer Lopez...

Review posted on 28th June 2011

King Post Kitsch - The Party's Over

King Post Kitsch - The Party's Over

Sometimes you hear people say 'they sound like them', or 'they might as well be a tribute band', well to those same people, here's a newsflash: over the years there's been a lot of music...

Review posted on 28th June 2011

Ed Sheeran - The A Team

Ed Sheeran - The A Team

You have to hand it to someone when they have played 312 gigs in one year, not only that but to do all this without having an album released is massive. This is certainly a...

Review posted on 22nd June 2011

Hard-Fi - Good For Nothing

Hard-Fi - Good For Nothing

Hard-Fi, remember them? Defiantly one of those bands that disappeared off the face of the earth, it's been four years since the release of their second album and, needless to say it wasn't welcomed with...

Review posted on 22nd June 2011

Panda Su - I Begin

Panda Su - I Begin

Set to release her second EP 'I Begin', Panda Su is a half Portuguese singer song-writer who was born is Scotland and currently lives in Fife.If you like the whole rustic/acoustic style of music where...

Review posted on 22nd June 2011

Paper Aeroplanes - We Are Ghosts

Paper Aeroplanes - We Are Ghosts

Paper Aeroplanes sounds like a fragile breakable soft band, which is comprised of two people Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn from the lovely city of Cardiff. Two members hardly suggest that there is going to...

Review posted on 22nd June 2011

Stylusboy - Whole Picture

Stylusboy - Whole Picture

If Stylusboy was on Wikipedia then he would be categorised under the genre "Folk Indie" which really is quite hard scene to establish yourself in. You have to have something really special, something that slaps...

Review posted on 21st June 2011

The Border Surrender - Lean Season

The Border Surrender - Lean Season

The name 'The Border Surrender' manages to catch the eye, why it does? A very good question that has no answer other than it's just an interesting name, and it's not often that we digress...

Review posted on 21st June 2011

The Voluntary Butler Scheme - Chevreul

The Voluntary Butler Scheme - Chevreul

The Voluntary Butler Scheme is one man who is also known as Rob Jones the Dudley based bedroom pop architect, and on that note what a great job hey? Working not only from home but...

Review posted on 21st June 2011

Bob Geldof - How To Compose Popular Songs That Will Sell

Bob Geldof - How To Compose Popular Songs That Will Sell

We have had The King of Pop, The Boss and Peter Pan of Pop, but for this guy we shall give him the nick name "The Activist" Mr. Geldof is probably better known now for...

Review posted on 20th April 2011

The Airborne Toxic Event - The Rescue Room, Nottingham

The Airborne Toxic Event - The Rescue Room, Nottingham

19:30 on a Monday night and queuing for a beer I can't help but notice that every other poster is actually a sign saying 'The Airborne Toxic Event on at 20:30'. This seems to be...

Review posted on 20th April 2011

The Primitives - Never Kill A Secret

The Primitives - Never Kill A Secret

Remember these..Tracy Tracy, Paul Court and Tig Williams minus the late Steve Dullaghan? Yes these were collectively known as The Primitives. After twenty years of nothing The Primitives return with their new EP 'Never Kill...

Review posted on 14th March 2011

Penguins Kill Polar Bears - Vessels & Veins

Penguins Kill Polar Bears - Vessels & Veins

Four lads from Linlithgow and for those who are currently thinking where the f**k is that? Well just so you know it west of Edinburgh. Yes the Northern country has grown another post rock band....

Review posted on 23rd February 2011

Youngteam - Daydreamer

Youngteam - Daydreamer

Youngteam made waves on the music scene with their debut EP and now they release their debut album 'Daydreamer'. There's always a certain anticipation when a new artist on Northern Star Records releases an album...

Review posted on 14th February 2011

Bruce Springsteen - The Promise

Bruce Springsteen - The Promise

Its funny how people get their nicknames like Elvis 'The King' Cliff Richard 'Peter Pan of Pop' Michael Jackson 'King of Pop' and not forgetting Bruce Springsteen 'The Boss'. For 'The Boss' you could argue...

Review posted on 5th January 2011

The View - Sunday

The View - Sunday

The View return with 'Sunday', the new track which is available as a free download from their website. Set to give fans a little teaser of what is to come from their third album The...

Review posted on 5th January 2011

Mark Chadwick - All The Pieces

Mark Chadwick - All The Pieces

There are some bands out there that you remember and love, you don't go out to see them live but every time that you hear them on the radio you immediately start humming or singing...

Review posted on 11th November 2010

Delays - Star Tiger Star Ariel

Delays - Star Tiger Star Ariel

There are some bands that smash out a brilliant debut album, get hit with of hype from the media and then inevitably don't have the material on the second album to follow it up. Delays...

Review posted on 11th November 2010

Max Raptor - Ghosts

Max Raptor - Ghosts

Before you even listen to this record, you can guess by the band's name that the music is going to be loud, energetic and mad! And this is exactly what's delivered.If you're worried about getting...

Review posted on 14th October 2010

Exit Calm - Don't Look Down

Exit Calm - Don't Look Down

If there was ever a band who just kept on working and playing the music they believe in, it would undoubtedly have to be Exit Calm. These Northern lads could really tell you if it...

Review posted on 14th October 2010

Darker My Love - Dear Author

Darker My Love - Dear Author

Los Angeles five piece Darker My Love are back and ready to inject their Indie, psychedelic rock onto the world and will be doing so in the shape of their new Single 'Dear Author''Dear Author'...

Review posted on 14th October 2010

Aaron Wright and The Aprils - Behold A Pale Horse

Aaron Wright and The Aprils - Behold A Pale Horse

Never judge a book by its cover that's what we are all told and yet unconsciously we do, it's in our nature we can't help it. When you look at the front cover of the...

Review posted on 28th September 2010

Stig Of The Dump - Mood Swings

Stig Of The Dump - Mood Swings

If you were going to take a name on to become a rapper would you really call yourself Stig Of The Dump? Really would you?We kick off with what can only be described as an...

Review posted on 28th September 2010

Paul Weller - ast Car Slow Traffic

Paul Weller - ast Car Slow Traffic

The Modfather Paul Weller has returned and has come back like the Weller we all know and love. Even the music industry recognise that he's back with vengeance with his critically acclaimed album 'Wake Up...

Review posted on 28th September 2010

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