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The Twilight Sad - Forget The Night Ahead

The Twilight Sad - Forget The Night Ahead

Review of The Twilight Sad's album Forget The Night AheadIt seems that Scotland are looking rather wealthy when it comes to the bands that are being produced their neck of the woods with the likes...

Review posted on 16th November 2009

White Belt Yellow Tag - Remains

White Belt Yellow Tag - Remains

Review of White Belt Yellow Tag's EP RemainsWhite Belt Yellow Tag is a project that has been formed by former Yourcodenameismilo and Justin Lockey and Craig Pilbin, and the guys even use the services of...

Review posted on 16th November 2009

Arrows Of Love - In The Year 2525

Arrows Of Love - In The Year 2525

Review of Arrows of Love's single In The Year 2525Most cover versions seem to fly straight to Number One; the likes of Boyzone and Westlife have made a career out of it, however a fiver...

Review posted on 16th November 2009

We Were Promised Jetpacks - The Bodega, Nottingham 9th November 2009

We Were Promised Jetpacks - The Bodega, Nottingham 9th November 2009

Review of We Were Promised Jetpacks Live at The Bodega, Nottingham, 9th November 2009 with support from You V Me.DefinitionNormally adverb If you normally do something, you usually or regularly do it She doesn't normally...

Review posted on 16th November 2009

Cougar - Patriot

Cougar - Patriot

Review of Cougar's album PatriotCougar is an instrumental group all the way from Wisconsin, USA. The mention of instrumental groups can make listeners wary. Sure, there are some fantastic acts about who are creating excellent...

Review posted on 5th October 2009

People In Planes - Beyond The Horizon

People In Planes - Beyond The Horizon

Review of People In Planes album Beyond The Horizon.People In Planes have been through 3 guises in their short time making music, they started out as a four piece called Tetra Splendour, then went onto...

Review posted on 5th October 2009

Telley - Now I'm The Big Sister

Telley - Now I'm The Big Sister

Review of tELLEY's album Now I'm The Big Sister.Someone obviously had too much fun with the keyboard when they came up with this name? tELLEY which was a solo project that started out with Jim...

Review posted on 5th October 2009

Northern Star Records - Revolution In Sound

Northern Star Records - Revolution In Sound

Review of Northern Star Records compilation Revolution In Sound.Northern Star Records is one man, one label, 17 bands and a big F**K YOU to the music industry. We don't need your permission. We're doing this...

Review posted on 16th September 2009

Deastro - Moondagger

Deastro - Moondagger

Review of Deastro's album MoondaggerDeastro? That's a bit of a weird name, luckily it is the name of Randolph Chabot's new project of. hmmmm!!... of. well the best way to describe it is sci-fi music...

Review posted on 24th August 2009

The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (Re-issue)

The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (Re-issue)

Review of The Stone Roses self-titled (reissued) album.It seems that too many girl bands, boy bands or any sort of band that split up have made a comeback including the likes of The Verve (and...

Review posted on 18th August 2009

Dance To The Radio - 4 x 12 (2 of 4)

Dance To The Radio - 4 x 12 (2 of 4)

Review of Dance To The Radio's EP 4 x 12 (2 of 4)After the high standard of the first instalment of four it's now the turn of the second episode for Dance To The Radio's...

Review posted on 18th August 2009

The Rumble Strips - Welcome To The Walk Alone

The Rumble Strips - Welcome To The Walk Alone

Review of The Rumble Strips album Welcome To The Walk AloneRumble Strip, according to a certain free encyclopaedia, these are continuous lines of bumps on the road, which while nearly falling asleep on the motorways...

Review posted on 6th July 2009

Kasabian - West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum

Kasabian - West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum

Review of Kasabian's album West Ryder Pauper Lunatic AsylumKasabian are a funny animal, back in 2005 they exploded onto the scene with their amazing self titled album, that had anthems such as 'Club Foot' 'Reason...

Review posted on 22nd June 2009

George Harrison - Let It Roll

George Harrison - Let It Roll

Review of George Harrison's album Let It Roll: Songs By George HarrisonWhen you look at the Songs that George Harrison wrote, you must feel for him. Yes at this point people are thinking 'why should...

Review posted on 22nd June 2009

Gossip - Music For Men

Gossip - Music For Men

Review of Gossip's album Music For MenEveryone bangs on and on about the key to a successful band is the front man, well then you could say that Gossip are onto a looser because we...

Review posted on 22nd June 2009

She Keeps Bees - Revival

She Keeps Bees - Revival

Review of She Keeps Bees EP RevivalShe Keeps Bees are a two piece from Brooklyn who consists of a set of drums, guitar and the lungs of Jessica Larrabee. They are nice and simple nothing...

Review posted on 22nd June 2009

Manic Street Preachers - Journal For Plague Lovers

Manic Street Preachers - Journal For Plague Lovers

Review of Manic Street Preachers album Journal For Plague LoversIt's been a year since Richey James Edwards was officially declared as presumed dead and in a strange manner it seems fitting in the way that...

Review posted on 22nd June 2009

British Sea Power - Man Of Aran

British Sea Power - Man Of Aran

Review of British Sea Power's album Man Of AranAfter receiving nominations for The Mercury Prize Awards, British Sea Power have gone into the abyss. They have not gone all commercial and looked to sell average...

Review posted on 15th June 2009

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - It's Blitz

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - It's Blitz

Review of Yeah Yeah Yeahs album It's Blitz.Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back and have already got the tongues wagging with their new Single 'Zero' and are now hoping to set the world alight with the...

Review posted on 12th June 2009

Go:Audio - Made Up Stories

Go:Audio - Made Up Stories

Review of Go:Audio's album Made Up Stories.Formerly known as The Vacancy, Go:Audio claim to be a new pop rock band with an electronic edge. They are set to release their debut album 'Made Up Stories'...

Review posted on 11th May 2009

Veto - Crushing Digits

Veto - Crushing Digits

Review of Veto's album Crushing Digits.Veto are a Danish Indie, Rock, Electronic band, who you will be surprised to know have been around since 2004. They have released 'I Will Not Listen' EP and 'There's...

Review posted on 28th April 2009

Dance To The Radio - 4 x 12 (1 of 4) EP

Dance To The Radio - 4 x 12 (1 of 4) EP

Review of Dance To The Radio's compilation 4 x 12 (1 of 4)As far as compilations go Dance To Radio have been releasing compilations for many years promoting bands from Leeds. Bands such as Forward...

Review posted on 28th April 2009

White Belt Yellow Tag - You're Not Invincible

White Belt Yellow Tag - You're Not Invincible

Review of White Belt Yellow Tag's debut EP 'You're Not Invincible'The music industry is hard enough so when the likes of Radio Ones Zane Lowe is giving your music a lot of love, then you...

Review posted on 28th April 2009

Frightened Rabbit - Quietly Now: Midnight Organ Fight Live and Acoustic at the Captain's Rest

Frightened Rabbit - Quietly Now: Midnight Organ Fight Live and Acoustic at the Captain's Rest

Review of Frightened Rabbit's album 'Midnight Organ Fight Live and Acoustic at the Captain's Rest'There are a lot of bands out there that just like to bang out a live album just to make a...

Review posted on 7th April 2009

Video Nasties - On All Fours

Video Nasties - On All Fours

Review of Video Nasties album On All FoursRemember the era of 'grunge'? Well Video Nasties are about to re-introduce it back to the spotty teenagers who are too young to have seen it first time...

Review posted on 3rd April 2009

Crystal Stilts - Alight Of The Night

Crystal Stilts - Alight Of The Night

Review of Crystal Stilts album Alight Of The Night. Remember when The Verve first came onto the scene, the tunnel vision people out there that just winged and complained saying 'The Verve are just too...

Review posted on 3rd April 2009

Castrovalva - Self-titled

Castrovalva - Self-titled

Review of Castrovalva's debut self-titled album released through Brew Records. If you are bored of the same old run of the mill music that is around at the moment or whether you just fancy a...

Review posted on 3rd April 2009

Oasis - Falling Down

Oasis - Falling Down

Review of Oasis' single Falling Down. A remix of this tune has already been released as a B-Side from 'The Shock Of The Lightning' but that doesn't concern the likes of Noel Gallagher, and lets...

Review posted on 17th February 2009

KiD BRiTiSH - Leave London

KiD BRiTiSH - Leave London

Review of the Kid British single 'Leave London'. These guys are mental; they are like The Streets meet The Libertines rolled into one and it does get a little messy. There's somewhat of a novelty...

Review posted on 2nd February 2009

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

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