Author: Mark Moore Page 8

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

Athlete - Beyond The Neighbourhood

Athlete - Beyond The Neighbourhood

Athlete Beyond The Neighbourhood Album ReviewScorn with being known as a poor man’s Coldpay and not really accepted as an Indie Band it is safe to say that Athlete have been unfairly treated in the...

Review posted on 24th September 2007

The Go! Team - Do It Right

The Go! Team - Do It Right

The Go! TeamDo It RightSingle Review The Go! Team just seem to be churning out records quicker than Sven Goran Eriksson is making player signings, which is a lot. The Go! Team are just one...

Review posted on 3rd September 2007

The Bluetones - The Early Garage Years

The Bluetones - The Early Garage Years

The BluetonesThe Early Garage YearsAlbum Review The Bluetones hit the scene at the perfect time, with Brit pop being the biggest craze of the 90s. Releasing the amazing Slight Return smashed them right in the...

Review posted on 3rd September 2007

Super Furry Animals - Show Your Hand

Super Furry Animals - Show Your Hand

Super Furry AnimalsShow Your HandSingle Review The best way to find out if a person that claims they are from Wales "is a true Welshmen (or woman)" is to ask them to pronounce this tiny...

Review posted on 3rd September 2007

Oli N Clive - Excuse Me

Oli N Clive - Excuse Me

Oli N CliveExcuse MeSingle Review Oli, Sanjay, Clare, Ruby, Maddy, Pottsy, William and Mel are the eight from London/Devon that make up what is known as (no not Parklife!!!) Ole N Clive. These guys are...

Review posted on 3rd September 2007

Kubichek! - Method Acting

Kubichek! - Method Acting

Kubichek!Method ActingSingle Review Kubichek! Seem to have no intention of slowing things down as they are set for yet another UK tour with support coming from another up and coming band Battle. The band are...

Review posted on 3rd September 2007

Grace - Sink Like A Stone

Grace - Sink Like A Stone

GraceSink Like A StoneSingle ReviewIf there was ever an artist that you could straight away say 'Shelve them with Keane, Maroon 5, Coldplay and Keane'. So many bands have already done this style of music...

Review posted on 9th August 2007

The Suzukis - Reducer

The Suzukis - Reducer

The SuzukisReducerEP ReviewWigan outfit The Suzukis are set to embark their music career in the shape of the release of their Reducer EP. The Suzukis are learning how much hard work it really is to...

Review posted on 9th August 2007

The Human Value - Hold Of Me

The Human Value - Hold Of Me

The Human ValueHold Of MeSingle ReviewThe new fad now does appear to be female fronted bands, which is continued in the shape of The Human Value. This American trio are set to release their new...

Review posted on 9th August 2007

Manic Street Preachers - Automnsong

Manic Street Preachers - Automnsong

Manic Street PreachersAutomnsongSingle ReviewAfter solo projects from Nicky Wire and James Dean Bradfield, Manic Street Preachers are back and are set to release their second single off their Send The Tigers Away album. The one...

Review posted on 9th August 2007

The Tacticians - Girls Grow Up Faster Than Boys

The Tacticians - Girls Grow Up Faster Than Boys

The TacticiansGirls Grow Up Faster Than BoysSingle ReviewThe Tacticians are a four piece or a five piece, (dependant on drummer) outfit to come from the depths of London. They are set to unleash their music...

Review posted on 9th August 2007

Wallis Bird - Moodsets

Wallis Bird - Moodsets

Wallis BirdMoodsetsEP Review Wallis Bird, the new blue eyed girl on the street. This 24-year-old singer songwriter originally from Ireland spent time in Germany forming a band and well the rest is history. Wallis Bird...

Review posted on 30th July 2007

Kissy Sell Out - Her

Kissy Sell Out - Her

Kissy Sell OutHerSingle Review Banging tunes, girls wearing next to nothing, hot sweaty bodies everywhere! That is the scene, which Kissy Sell Out belongs to, that would be the dance scene and every now and...

Review posted on 30th July 2007

The Coral - Roots And Echoes

The Coral - Roots And Echoes

The CoralRoots And EchoesAlbum Review The band that gave us Dreaming Of You, Skeleton Key, Good Bye, Bill MaCai, Arabian Sands and In The Morning have finally returned. After being underground for so long The...

Review posted on 30th July 2007

The Enemy - We'll Live And Die In These Town

The Enemy - We'll Live And Die In These Town

The EnemyWe'll Live And Die In These TownAlbum Review This time last year there were whispers around a certain group by the name of The Enemy, dubbed to be the next big thing of 2007....

Review posted on 25th July 2007

Mint Ive - The Whispering City

Mint Ive - The Whispering City

Mint IveThe Whispering CityAlbum ReviewThe city now known as Shottingham has been somewhat quiet in producing anything with entertainment value. It's bad when you have to turn to the Nottingham Outlaws to watch something entertaining...

Review posted on 24th July 2007

Shady Bard - From The Ground Up

Shady Bard - From The Ground Up

Shady BardFrom The Ground UpAlbum ReviewAn electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, harmonica, violin, French horn, glockenspiel, ebow, bass and drums are just a small sample of the instruments used by Shady Bard. This on it's...

Review posted on 24th July 2007

The Electric City - Sleeping With The Enemy

The Electric City - Sleeping With The Enemy

The Electric CitySleeping With The EnemySingle ReviewWith the state of today it seems that now nearly anybody can release a Single, especially with the way that technology has evolved. Download Singles seem to be as...

Review posted on 11th July 2007

Dogs - Tall Stories From Under The Table

Dogs - Tall Stories From Under The Table

DogsTall Stories From Under The TableAlbum ReviewAfter two years of solid touring promoting and playing their debut album, Dogs are back with their eagerly awaited second album. Tall Stories From Under The Table is the...

Review posted on 26th June 2007

The Enemy - Had Enough

The Enemy - Had Enough

The EnemyHad EnoughSingle ReviewCoventry based The Enemy are set to release their third Single Had Enough. These guys are one of those bands that you either love or hate, there seems to be no in...

Review posted on 21st June 2007

Scouting For Girls - It's Not About You

Scouting For Girls - It's Not About You

Scouting For GirlsIt's Not About YouEP ReviewA Piano, Bass and Drums are the ingredients that make up Scouting For Girls, oh and Roy, Greg and Peter (Must remember the guys that actually play the instruments....

Review posted on 21st June 2007

Napoleon IIIrd - This Merrie City, Compilation

Napoleon IIIrd - This Merrie City, Compilation

This Merrie CityCompilationAlbum ReviewThis Merrie City is the second release from Loud Than Bomb Records, the city derided as Leeds ugly sister, but surely it is the other way round. All eighteen tracks that come...

Review posted on 21st June 2007

Cary Brothers - Cary Brothers

Cary Brothers - Cary Brothers

Cary BrothersCary BrothersAlbum Review Heartfelt vocals, beautiful melodies and astute lyrics then Cary Brothers are the band for you. If all of the above is not for you, then walk past this on the shelf...

Review posted on 29th May 2007

1990s - Cookies

1990s - Cookies

1990sCookiesAlbum Review Glaswegians 1990s are set to release there new album Cookies on Rough Trade Records. So what do these guys have to offer? Well what can you say about the new album to come...

Review posted on 29th May 2007

The Maccabees - Colour It In

The Maccabees - Colour It In

The MaccabeesColour It InAlbum Review The Maccabees release their debut album entitled Colour It In. Flying the flag for the Brighton massive The Maccabees will be trying to change the typical Kooks/Brighton association, with this...

Review posted on 16th April 2007

Fall Out Boy - Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

Fall Out Boy - Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

Fall Out BoyThnks Fr Th Mmrs Single ReviewA weird combination really, who would of thought that the likes of Fall Out Boy would be working with the likes of Babyface and even having someone like...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Help She Can't Swim - Hospital Drama

Help She Can't Swim - Hospital Drama

Help She Can't SwimHospital DramaSingle ReviewSouthampton based Help She Can't Swim are one of the bands to look out for. Help She Can't Swim have a wide range of different sounding songs unlike their fellow...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Lavender Diamond - Open Your Heart

Lavender Diamond - Open Your Heart

Lavender DiamondOpen Your Heart Single ReviewLavender Heart has certainly packed more or less all of their eggs in one basket in the sense of their new Single Open Your Heart. Not only are we treated...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm

Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm

Arctic MonkeysBrianstormSingle ReviewIt has only been a short space of time, but the Arctic Monkeys are back even though they actually wanted to be back earlier. Originally the band were hoping to have their second...

Review posted on 26th March 2007

Advertisement

Suggested

New Kids On The Block - Boys In The Band (Boy Band Anthem) Video

New Kids On The Block - Boys In The Band (Boy Band Anthem) Video

With the Jonas Brothers, Westlife and Backstreet Boys getting back together recently, we should hardly be surprised that New Kids on the Block are...

10 greatest Prodigy songs of all time

10 greatest Prodigy songs of all time

Our all-time favourite Prodigy songs from their entire back catalogue.

Keith Flint in pictures: Remembering the one and only twisted Firestarter

Keith Flint in pictures: Remembering the one and only twisted Firestarter

In memory of Keith Flint, we look over at some of his iconic moments caught on camera.

Poppy Ackroyd - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Art, Brighton 22.02.2019 Live Review

Poppy Ackroyd - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Art, Brighton 22.02.2019 Live Review

If there was ever a reason for you to try something fresh and new then Poppy Ackroyd is surely it.

Fleetwood Mac's latest addition Neil Finn talks about his love of Irish culture [Interview]

Fleetwood Mac's latest addition Neil Finn talks about his love of Irish culture [Interview]

The New Zealand musician is a big fan of the Emerald Isle.

Runah talks telling stories, magical people and her paperclip friend [Exclusive]

Runah talks telling stories, magical people and her paperclip friend [Exclusive]

An exclusive interview with ambient folk artist Runah.

We need to talk about Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga at the Oscars

We need to talk about Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga at the Oscars

Are they in love or just incredible actors?

Advertisement
Album of the Week: Pablo Honey and the birth of Radiohead

Album of the Week: Pablo Honey and the birth of Radiohead

Pablo Honey was released on this day (February 22) in 1993.

Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.