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The Little Ones - Lovers Who Uncover

The Little Ones - Lovers Who Uncover

The Little OnesLovers Who UncoverSingle ReviewThe Little Ones seem to making some big tremors on their Journey to becoming a big band. If there new Single Lovers Who Uncover is anything to go by, then...

Review posted on 27th November 2006

Sosohuman - Twenty-six

Sosohuman - Twenty-six

SosohumanTwenty-six Single ReviewIt's amazing to think that just three blokes can make so much rip roaring highly charged tunes. The question is could Sohohuman be the band that are added to the elite such as...

Review posted on 14th November 2006

Air Traffic - Never Even Told Me Her Name

Air Traffic - Never Even Told Me Her Name

Air TrafficNever Even Told Me Her Name Single ReviewAir Traffic are the new latest piano led band to come from the depths of sunny Bournemouth. So are Air Traffic set to be the new Keane?...

Review posted on 14th November 2006

New Rhodes - Songs From The Lodge

New Rhodes - Songs From The Lodge

New RhodesSongs From The LodgeAlbum ReviewNew Rhodes are set to take the music scene by the scuff of the neck and show that it's not just Indie Pop that can be popular. The boys from...

Review posted on 31st October 2006

Xi - Faceless

Xi - Faceless

XiFacelessSingle ReviewXi have joined up with 48 Crash records who are starting to pick up some exciting up and coming bands out of Yorkshire. Not your usual mould and there is certainly a variety in...

Review posted on 20th October 2006

Angus & Julia Stone - Chocolates & Cigarettes

Angus & Julia Stone - Chocolates & Cigarettes

Angus & Julia StoneChocolates & CigarettesEP ReviewSo who are Angus & Julia Stone? They are a new music sensation to come out of Australia, and as far as I am aware they have not been...

Review posted on 20th October 2006

Five O'Clock Heroes - Bend To The Breaks

Five O'Clock Heroes - Bend To The Breaks

Five O'clock HeroesBend To The BreaksAlbumReviewTo say that we make a big thing of overseas relations, mainly with America!!! Well sometimes you don't need to do this via politics. In music it has been achieved,...

Review posted on 11th October 2006

Redcarsgofaster - Redcarsgofaster, Last Gang, Dirty Tux, Quartershade, Rose Of England, Nottingham

Redcarsgofaster - Redcarsgofaster, Last Gang, Dirty Tux, Quartershade, Rose Of England, Nottingham

Redcarsgofaster, Last Gang, Dirty Tux, Quartershade, Rose Of England, Nottingham Live ReviewA bleak Saturday in Nottingham and in typical British style it only rained when you left the house or stepped out of one pub...

Review posted on 11th October 2006

The View - Superstar Tradesman

The View - Superstar Tradesman

The ViewSuperstar TradesmanSingle Review What a way to introduce yourself onto the music scene, with such a catching guitar riff that The View hit out with. Superstar Tradesman is the follow up to Dirty Little...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

The Sleepy Jackson - I Understand What But I Just Don't Agree

The Sleepy Jackson - I Understand What But I Just Don't Agree

The Sleepy JacksonI Understand What But I Just Don't AgreeSingle Review If you are one for acoustic creaking guitars, and a Belle and Sebastian sounding band then The Sleepy Jackson are for you. The Sleepy...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

The Motorettes - The Motorettes

The Motorettes - The Motorettes

The MotorettesThe MotorettesAlbum Review The Motorettes for as long as being on the music scene they have done everything with there close mate Kubichek!. They have toured together, done some more tours together, released a...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

Ray Lamontagne - How Come

Ray Lamontagne - How Come

Ray LamontagneHow ComeSingle Review Singer songwriter Ray Lamontagne is another solo artist that is in that same kind of mould as James Morrison and you wonder that if he released his stuff before Mr Morrison,...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

The Kooks - Rock City Nottingham

The Kooks - Rock City Nottingham

The Kooks & Larrikin LoveRock City Nottingham 26/09/06,Live ReviewSo on a pleasant night in Nottingham we find ourselves on the way to Rock City, ready to see the current band of the moment, The Kooks!...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

Guillemots - Trains To Brazil

Guillemots - Trains To Brazil

GuillemotsTrains To BrazilSingle Review Trains To Brazil is the latest masterpiece that is to come from Fyfe Dangerfield and crew, OK I mean Guillemots. It is like stepping back into time. If you just close...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger

The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger

The FratellisChelsea DaggerSingle Review The Fratellis have what can only be described as a typical drunken happy go Larry sing a long. Oh yes, Chelsea Dagger, is just that and it is what is getting...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

The Automatic - Recover

The Automatic - Recover

The AutomaticRecoverSingle ReviewThe Automatic are the band that have probably come up with one of the best songs of the year, in the shape of 'Monster' after such a big hit it is then time...

Review posted on 4th October 2006

Bricolage - Flowers Of Deceit

Bricolage - Flowers Of Deceit

BricolageFlowers Of DeceitSingle ReviewAfter being giving the seal of approval from Franz Ferdinand, Bricolage are set to release their second single Flowers Of Deceit. The Four Piece from Glasgow seem to of hit a spark...

Review posted on 7th September 2006

Gym Class Heroes - As Cruel As School Children

Gym Class Heroes - As Cruel As School Children

Gym Class HeroesAs Cruel As School ChildrenAlbum ReviewBack in the day when Hip Hop was a bit of fun, where the bands/artists didn't take themselves too serious and just got on with it. Bands such...

Review posted on 7th September 2006

Arctic Monkeys - Leave Before The Lights Come On

Arctic Monkeys - Leave Before The Lights Come On

Arctic MonkeysLeave Before The Lights Come OnSingle ReviewSince the turn of the year there has been a new band out and about with Singles, a debut album, an EP, Supporting Oasis and generally touring everywhere....

Review posted on 7th September 2006

Dave Rich Band - Overload

Dave Rich Band - Overload

Dave Rich BandOverloadAlbum ReviewOverload is the debut album to come from the Dave Rich Band. This five-piece band from Tavistock in Devon of all places!!! These guys kick straight into action with the title track...

Review posted on 2nd August 2006

Polytechnic - Pep

Polytechnic - Pep

PolytechnicPepSingle ReviewPolytechnic have only been going since 2005 and are now set to release their new single Pep with Transgressive Records (who incidentally have the likes of Doves and The Young Knives signed to them)....

Review posted on 2nd August 2006

Primal Scream - Dolls

Primal Scream - Dolls

Primal ScreamDollsSingle ReviewWhen you have the likes of Bobby Gilespi & Mani apart of any project you just know that it's not going to be crap. Primal Scream, keep going from strength to strength.Dolls is...

Review posted on 2nd August 2006

Ben Kweller - Ben Kweller

Ben Kweller - Ben Kweller

Ben KwellerBen KwellerAlbum ReviewKweller is back with his self-titled album, and after being away from the scene for a bit of the time, is now ready to give it everything he's got. This album is...

Review posted on 2nd August 2006

Bob Sinclar - Western Dream

Bob Sinclar - Western Dream

Bob SinclarWestern Dream Album ReviewThere is always a song that you love and never really know who sang it. Well this summer the song is Love Generation and the artist is Bob Sinclar. The thing...

Review posted on 17th July 2006

JYNXT - Bring Back Tomorrow

JYNXT - Bring Back Tomorrow

JYNXTBring Back TomorrowAlbum Review Bring Back Tomorrow is the debut album to come from JYNXT. This five piece claim that "We are uniting the ravers and the rockers, we want to redefine the mainstream" A...

Review posted on 17th July 2006

Razorlight - In The Morning

Razorlight - In The Morning

RazorlightIn The MorningSingle ReviewJohnny Borrell has put himself on the line stating that they are the best band to come from the UK, and that their next album will wipe the floor with the Arctic...

Review posted on 17th July 2006

Catherine Feeny - Hurricane Glass (Tall Grass)

Catherine Feeny - Hurricane Glass (Tall Grass)

Catherine FeenyHurricane Glass (Tall Grass)Album ReviewSinger songwriter Catherine Feeny is set to release her 2nd studio album 'Hurricane Glass'. The Los Angeles lady for some bizarre reason decided to come to the UK to record...

Review posted on 12th June 2006

The Upper Room - Other People's Problems

The Upper Room - Other People's Problems

The Upper RoomOther People's ProblemsAlbum ReviewWhat ever happened to the bloke partly responsible for 3 Lions?? Where is Ian Broudie now? Back in the day while Oasis and Blur were battling it out, The Lightning...

Review posted on 12th June 2006

The Motorpool - Wrecking Ball EP

The Motorpool - Wrecking Ball EP

The Motorpool Wrecking Ball EP EP ReviewThe Motorpool are set to release their new EP titled Wrecking Ball EP. With already released single on it, The Motorpool have stepped up a gear to try and...

Review posted on 12th June 2006

The Motorettes - You Gotta Look The Parts

The Motorettes - You Gotta Look The Parts

The Motorettes You Gotta Look The Parts Single ReviewThe North East has had enough of watching the rest of the UK show the great bands that they have in their parts, and are ready to...

Review posted on 12th June 2006

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