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Fleet Foxes - Mykonos

Fleet Foxes - Mykonos

Review of Fleet Foxes single Mykonos.Fleet Foxes are like a folk style Kings Of Leon, long hair, beards and more long hair, after the release of their album in mid08, they now return with 'Mykonos'.Fleet...

Review posted on 2nd February 2009

Threatmantics - Upbeat Love

Threatmantics - Upbeat Love

Review of Threatmantics album 'Upbeat Love'.Without being too stereotypical it is fair to say that a band with names like Heddwyn Davies, Ceri Mitchell and Huw Davies must surely come from the valleys of Wales....

Review posted on 8th January 2009

Ruarri Joseph - Red Mist

Ruarri Joseph - Red Mist

Review of Ruarri Joseph's EP Red Mist. From pubs and social clubs in Newquay to Glastonbury and the Bestival festivals. OK maybe Ruarri Joseph wasn't headlining these festivals but surely anything is better than doing...

Review posted on 6th January 2009

Wave Machines - The Greatest Escape We Ever Made

Wave Machines - The Greatest Escape We Ever Made

Review of Wave Machine's single 'The Greatest Escape We Ever Made'.Wave Machines are set to release their new Single 'The Greatest Escape We Ever Made' after only being together as a band for a year....

Review posted on 6th January 2009

The Paddingtons - No Mundane Options

The Paddingtons - No Mundane Options

Review of The Paddington's album No Mundane Options. Was it really 2005 when The Paddingtons released 'First Comes First'? Surely not. One of the bands that probably produced one of the albums of 2005 at...

Review posted on 5th January 2009

The Shortwave Set - Glitches n' Bugs

The Shortwave Set - Glitches n' Bugs

Review of The Shortwave Set's single 'Glitches n' Bugs'.Been around since 2003 The Shortwave Set return with their new Single 'Glitches n' Bugs'. It seems that Glitches n' Bugs has come along a decade to...

Review posted on 5th January 2009

Last Gang - EP

Last Gang - EP

Review of Last Gang's EP.Now Last Gang, weren't they one of those bands that got fifteen minutes of fame on Radio One? They had a fantastic single in the shape of 'Beat Of Blue', this...

Review posted on 5th January 2009

Looker - After My Divorce

Looker - After My Divorce

Review of Looker's single 'After My Divorce'.New Yorkers Looker are set to explode onto the scene wearing their hearts on the sleeves and with their new single 'After My Divorce' they are certainly going to...

Review posted on 5th January 2009

Attic Lights - Late Night Sunshine

Attic Lights - Late Night Sunshine

Review of Attic Lights' single 'Late Night Sunshine'Glaswegian five-piece Attic Lights are set to continue the strand of popular harmonising bands that probably started with the likes of The Beach Boys. What will be hard...

Review posted on 5th January 2009

Arctic Monkeys - At The Apollo

Arctic Monkeys - At The Apollo

Review for the DVD 'Arctic Monkeys At The Apollo' Arctic Monkeys are now at the stage where it is time to release a live gig. For a band that quite easily sell out stadiums across...

Review posted on 6th November 2008

Seth Lakeman - Poor Man's Heaven

Seth Lakeman - Poor Man's Heaven

Album review of 'Poor Man's Heaven' by Seth Lakemen.The following of Seth Lakeman always look at mainstream reviews of his new music somewhat wary of what misunderstood dribble is going to be written. You would...

Review posted on 23rd October 2008

The Vivians - A Human Angle

The Vivians - A Human Angle

Single review of A Human Angle by The Vivians.It seems that good rockers are coming thick and fast from North of the border which must be the silver lining after some of the happenings around...

Review posted on 22nd October 2008

Keane - Perfect Symmetry

Keane - Perfect Symmetry

Album review of Perfect Symmetry by Keane.There is always going to be those bands out there that people either absolutely love or just can't stand, a bit like Marmite really. You either Love it or...

Review posted on 22nd October 2008

Razorlight - Wire To Wire

Razorlight - Wire To Wire

Single review of Wire To Wire by Razorlight. Honestly since their second album has anyone actually missed Razorlight? They entertained the world with a tremendous debut album 'Up All Night' and then let everyone down...

Review posted on 22nd October 2008

Kings Of Leon - Only By The Night

Kings Of Leon - Only By The Night

Album review of 'Only By The Night' by Kings Of LeonKings Of Leon are a funny old beast the band is really a family affair full of three brothers and a cousin. For some reason...

Review posted on 22nd October 2008

Noah and the Whale - Peaceful The World Lays Me Down

Noah and the Whale - Peaceful The World Lays Me Down

Album review of 'Peaceful The World Lays Me Down' by Noah and The Whale.After a handful of singles and band members going on and doing solo projects Noah And The Whale have finally managed to...

Review posted on 6th October 2008

The Verve - Forth

The Verve - Forth

Album Review of Forth by The VerveRewind (no this is not that Craig David track with Artful Dodger) back to the nineties. Known as the naughty nineties, but the music was scene was set for...

Review posted on 30th September 2008

Broken Records - Lies

Broken Records - Lies

Single review for Lies by Broken Records. Glasgow have the very highly recommended Glasvegas and Edinburgh can't just sit around and let them get all the attention. Seven piece Broken Records enter with their new...

Review posted on 30th September 2008

Eureka Machines - Do or Die

Eureka Machines - Do or Die

Review of Eureka Machines album Do Or Die.Some people just can’t stop making new tunes, to some it is a calling, others a day job. For Singer Songwriter Chris Catalyst is seems like it’s a...

Review posted on 18th September 2008

Thomas Tantrum - Thomas Tantrum

Thomas Tantrum - Thomas Tantrum

Review of Thomas Tantrum's self-titled album.Before we kick things off lets got one thing clear, Thomas Tantrum are a group, not a solo artist. This is a four piece not straight out of Compton, but...

Review posted on 18th September 2008

Full Time Hobby - Not Doing It For The Quids

Full Time Hobby - Not Doing It For The Quids

Review of Full Time Hobby’s compilation ‘Not Doing It For The Quids’. You look around the music shops around your town, looking for a good compilation or even something a bit different. Let’s face it...

Review posted on 17th September 2008

Thea Gilmore - Come Up (With Me)

Thea Gilmore - Come Up (With Me)

Read our single review for Come Up (With Me) by Thea Gilmore.Thea Gilmore is set to embark on a 20-date tour but first comes her new Single 'Come Up (With Me)'. She has been placed...

Review posted on 15th September 2008

Vampire Weekend - Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa

Vampire Weekend - Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa

Single review of Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa by Vampire Weekend. It seems the new thing to do now, that you release some material on a small record label, get spotted and then re-release some of...

Review posted on 1st September 2008

Dandy Warhols - Earth To The Dandy Warhols

Dandy Warhols - Earth To The Dandy Warhols

Album review of Earth To The Dandy Warhols by The Dandy Warhols. Let's face it if your influences are among The Beatles, My Bloody Valentine, Simon and Garfunkel and The Beach Boys then you know...

Review posted on 1st September 2008

Poppy and The Jezebels - UFO

Poppy and The Jezebels - UFO

Album review of UFO by Poppy and The Jezebels. Poppy And The Jezebels rise from the city that is Birmingham that is to blame for producing the likes of The Twang, but at this point...

Review posted on 1st September 2008

Mujava - Township Funk

Mujava - Township Funk

Single review of Township Funk by Mujava.)Now every now and again there is a dance tune that just captures everyone. It rises from the underground system and laps up all the attention. It will be...

Review posted on 1st September 2008

The Verve - Love Is Noise

The Verve - Love Is Noise

Review of The Verve's single 'Love Is Noise'.The comeback trail for Wigan's finest is almost complete as The Verve are set to release their new Single 'Love Is Noise'. After completing their tour and doing...

Review posted on 11th August 2008

The Troubadours - I'm Not Superstitious

The Troubadours - I'm Not Superstitious

Single review of 'I'm Not Superstitious' by The Troubadours.There is something about Liverpudian bands they have this knack of compiling music filled with melodic sounds. The Troubadours like their fellow Liverpudians The Zutons and The...

Review posted on 9th July 2008

The Zutons - You Can Do Anything

The Zutons - You Can Do Anything

Album number three on it's way from The Zutons. After a quality debut album 'Who Killed The Zutons and nailing the "difficult" second album The Zutons return with 'You Can Do Anything'. These guys have...

Review posted on 9th July 2008

Mark Morriss - Lay Low

Mark Morriss - Lay Low

Single review of Lay Low by Mark MorrissThe man that is the face of The Bluetones is now the face of..Well Mark Morriss, that correct party people Mark Morriss has embarked on a solo career...

Review posted on 9th July 2008

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