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Whole Sky Monitor - Cinenema

Whole Sky Monitor - Cinenema

Whole Sky Monitor CinenemaSingle ReviewWhole Sky Monitor are set to release 'Cinenema' which is off their second album 'Bland Bland Bland'. They have been getting a lot of praise and accolade from the mighty Steve...

Review posted on 19th May 2008

The Pigeon Detectives - Emergency

The Pigeon Detectives - Emergency

The Pigeon Detectives EmergencyDance To The RadioAlbum ReviewThe Pigeon Detectives are set to release 'the difficult' second album 'Emergency' nearly a year after the release of their brilliant debut album 'Wait For Me'. These guys...

Review posted on 19th May 2008

Mark Morriss - I'm Sick

Mark Morriss - I'm Sick

Mark Morriss I'm Sick Single Review Is it really twelve years ago that The Bluetones were on the scene? It seems really bizarre, or that age is starting to catch up on some of us...

Review posted on 12th May 2008

The Accidental - I Can Hear Your Voice

The Accidental - I Can Hear Your Voice

The Accidental I Can Hear Your Voice Single Review The 'in' thing to do at the moment seems to be branch out away from your band and do a side project. That is exactly what...

Review posted on 12th May 2008

White Denim - Let's Talk About It

White Denim - Let's Talk About It

White Denim Let's Talk About It Single Review Texas trio White Denim are set to embark on a ship that is the start of their musical career. They have been plying their trade supporting Nick...

Review posted on 12th May 2008

Jim Noir - Self-titled

Jim Noir - Self-titled

Jim Noir Self-titled Album Review If like Madonna, Jim Noir's name ever makes the dictionary then it would read: Jim Noir: Mad, Inventive, Psychedelic, Looks outside the box, mental, strange, weird but with consistent quality...

Review posted on 28th April 2008

Bens Brother - Stuttering (Kiss Me Again)

Bens Brother - Stuttering (Kiss Me Again)

Bens Brother Stuttering (Kiss Me Again) Single Review Ben's Brother are set to release their new Single "Stuttering (Kiss Me Again)" which has already been getting loads or airplay on a certain National Radio Station...

Review posted on 28th April 2008

The Courteeners - St. Jude

The Courteeners - St. Jude

The Courteeners St. JudeAlbum ReviewOn the back of a few Single releases like "Cavorting" and "Acrylic" The Courteeners have been up and down the country selling out venues for fun. All this without an album...

Review posted on 23rd April 2008

Mint Ive, The Bodega Social, Nottingham

Mint Ive, The Bodega Social, Nottingham

Mint Ive The Bodega Social Nottingham, 29th March 2008 Live Review A Saturday night in Nottingham is not one for the faint-hearted, particularly when there are groups on Facebook saying "I've been to Nottingham and...

Review posted on 16th April 2008

Simian Mobile Disco - Clock

Simian Mobile Disco - Clock

Simian Mobile Disco Clock EP EP Review Spending much of 2007 supporting the likes of Klaxons and The Chemical Brothers, and releasing their debut album Attack Decay Sustain Release, you would be forgiven in thinking...

Review posted on 2nd April 2008

Tapes N Tapes - Hang Them All

Tapes N Tapes - Hang Them All

Tapes 'n TapesHang Them AllSingle ReviewIt seems only yesterday that Tapes 'n Tapes were releasing their debut album 'The Loon', but no, oh no it has been two long years since we have heard anything...

Review posted on 10th March 2008

Los Campesinos - Hold On Now, Youngster

Los Campesinos - Hold On Now, Youngster

Los Campesinos!Hold On Now, YoungsterAlbum ReviewIf three is a crowd and two is company, what they hell is seven?? Yes seven band members are what make up Los Campesinos! Aleksandra, Ellen, Gareth, Harriet, Neil, Ollie...

Review posted on 10th March 2008

Blah Blah Blah - Death to the Indie Disco

Blah Blah Blah - Death to the Indie Disco

Blah Blah BlahDeath to the Indie DiscoSingle ReviewIs it at all possible to take these guys serious? Lets look at the facts, they wear flat caps, come equipped with a jazz guitar and as far...

Review posted on 10th March 2008

The Maccabees - Colour It In

The Maccabees - Colour It In

The Maccabees Colour It In Album Review If there were ever a sleeping giant that never got the recognition that they deserved then it would have to be The Maccabees. They released countless Singles, an...

Review posted on 4th February 2008

The Courteeners, The Rescue Rooms Nottingham Live Review

The Courteeners, The Rescue Rooms Nottingham Live Review

The Courteeners The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham 21st January 2008 Live Review A couple of months ago The Courteeners were touring up and down the country supporting the likes of The Coral and at times it...

Review posted on 4th February 2008

Jim Noir - All Right

Jim Noir - All Right

Jim NoirAll RightEP ReviewJim Noir is not your typical artist, for a start there is no way of pinning him down to a certain genre of music and he really is original in his ways...

Review posted on 13th December 2007

Jacob Golden - Revenge Songs

Jacob Golden - Revenge Songs

Jacob Golden Revenge SongsAlbum ReviewJacob Golden is neither your typical pop act nor your usual run of the mill singer-songwriter. He looks at things differently to like of you, and me and goes by his...

Review posted on 13th December 2007

Gavin Thorpe - Out Of Place

Gavin Thorpe - Out Of Place

Gavin Thorpe Out Of PlaceSingle ReviewIt seems that now all you is not love, it is actually an acoustic guitar. So many people now believe so much more in their own ability and start putting...

Review posted on 13th December 2007

Don't Let That Go To Waste / Somethin' You Say - Lead Balloons

Don't Let That Go To Waste / Somethin' You Say - Lead Balloons

Lead Balloons Don't Let That Go To Waste / Somethin' You Say Single Review Lead Balloons are set to release their new double A side single Don't Let That Go...

Review posted on 26th November 2007

The Satin Peaches - Well Well Well Wel

The Satin Peaches - Well Well Well Wel

The Satin Peaches Well Well Well Well Single Review The Satin Peaches from Detroit are set to release their debut single Well Well Well Well, and try typing that when you have had too many...

Review posted on 26th November 2007

Vessels - Two Words & A Gesture

Vessels - Two Words & A Gesture

Vessels, Two Words & A Gesture Single ReviewEvery now and then there's a band that just make you take a step back and think quite simply Wow, when it's something special from the British Isles....

Review posted on 19th November 2007

The Cribs - Don't You Wanna Be Relevant?

The Cribs - Don't You Wanna Be Relevant?

The CribsDon't You Wanna Be Relevant?Single Review The Cribs are finally starting to reap the benefits that people have finally realised that these guys are actually a fantastic band, and now that the Kaiser Chiefs...

Review posted on 6th November 2007

Oasis - Lord Don't Slow Me Down

Oasis - Lord Don't Slow Me Down

OasisLord Don't Slow Me DownSingle Review The Gallagher's have seemingly jumped on the band wagon in the shape of a "Download Single" OR the official story that Lord Don't Slow Me Down has been released...

Review posted on 6th November 2007

Johnny Flynn - The Box

Johnny Flynn - The Box

Johnny Flynn & The Sussex WitThe BoxSingle Review Johnny Flynn a southern lad from the capital of this great country continues his quest of sharing his tales to as many people who is willing to...

Review posted on 6th November 2007

The Young Knives - Terra Firma

The Young Knives - Terra Firma

The Young KnivesTerra Firma Single Review Let's face it, The Young Knives are never going to be a fashionable band, yet they posses something that everyone loves. The Oxford trio are what you could say...

Review posted on 17th October 2007

The Holloways - Two Left Feet 07

The Holloways - Two Left Feet 07

The HollowaysTwo Left Feet 07 Single Review If you have listened to The Holloways debut album then there is no doubt that you get where this review is coming from, if not sorry. The Holloways...

Review posted on 17th October 2007

Cherry Ghost - Thirst For Romance

Cherry Ghost - Thirst For Romance

Cherry GhostThirst For RomanceAlbum Review And the award for this year's Local Radio friendly sounding music goes too. .Cherry Ghost (applause)! It has to be said that this lot from Bolton have created 'Folk Pop'....

Review posted on 1st October 2007

Emma Pollock - Watch The Fireworks

Emma Pollock - Watch The Fireworks

Emma PollockWatch The Fireworks Album Review Seven albums (eight if you include The Peel Sessions) down the line with The Delgados and a couple of years after there split, Emma Pollock is ready to embark...

Review posted on 1st October 2007

Pagan Wanderer Lu - Build Library Here (Or else!)

Pagan Wanderer Lu - Build Library Here (Or else!)

Pagan Wanderer LuBuild Library Here (Or else!) Album Review Pagan Wanderer Lu may look like Declan Donnelley from Ant and Dec, but that is where the similarity ends. OK they are both talented people that...

Review posted on 1st October 2007

Reverend And The Makers - The State Of Things

Reverend And The Makers - The State Of Things

Reverend And The Makers The State Of Things Album ReviewReverend And The Makers release one Single and everyone seems to be on their backs straight away, for the right reasons?? Who knows? Alleged big mates...

Review posted on 24th September 2007

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Reef - Dreamland, Margate 23.11.2018 Live Review

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In the Hall By The Sea at Dreamland, Reef brought their Revelation tour to life as they delivered one of the best live sets I've had the privilege to...

Foster The People - Worst Nites Video

Foster The People - Worst Nites Video

'Worst Nites' is the music video directorial debut of 'The Hunger Games' star Josh Hutcherson with Foster the People's frontman Mark Foster.

The 1975 - 102 (Acoustic) Video

The 1975 - 102 (Acoustic) Video

Matty Healy of The 1975 plays an acoustic rendition of the song '102' which features as a bonus track on the Japanese edition of their third album.

Jess Glynne - Thursday Video

Jess Glynne - Thursday Video

Having dropped her number one second album 'Always In Between' in October 2018, Jess Glynne unveils the video for her catchy new single 'Thursday'.

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Hozier - Movement Video

Hozier - Movement Video

It's been four years since he dropped his number one self-titled debut album, and now Hozier's back with a new single entitled 'Movement'.

Andy Burrows, Matt Haig - Barcelona Video

Andy Burrows, Matt Haig - Barcelona Video

Andy Burrows has teamed up with author Matt Haig on an album version of the latter's memoirs, 'Reasons To Stay Alive', which is set to be released on...

Crooked Man - Crooked House Album Review

Crooked Man - Crooked House Album Review

As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, Crooked Man treats us to a fabulous slice of sun-soaked House, Disco and Electro.

Mansionair - Falling Video

Mansionair - Falling Video

Sydney trio Mansionair have dropped the video for their new single 'Falling' as they gear up for their first North American headline tour.

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