Monthly Archives: July 2010

We Love… First Aid Kit

I thought it appropriate to make the first subject of the ‘we love’ series the band that, inadvertently, inspired this sites name. Tonight We Dance, Tomorrow We Cry is a saying I’ve been familiar with for a while – usually … Continue reading

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Meet Treetop Flyers

West London’s Treetop Flyers are old school. They are the kind of band that want records, not MP3s. They want music stores, not iTunes. They want analogue, not digital. “Looking at a list of songs on an mp3 player destroys … Continue reading

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Lounge On The Farm

A while back I went to Lounge On The Farm. I wrote about it. I cannot post the entire article here because it was co-written so I will only post the sections that I wrote. For the full piece click … Continue reading

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Stars Of Aviation – The Shore EP

Brighton and London nine piece Stars of Aviation have been making indie-pop music together since the turn of the millennium. Despite being in the game for ten years though, they are yet to release an album, preferring instead to stick … Continue reading

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Bombay Bicycle Club – Ivy And Gold (single)

Crouch Ends finest indie rock band are back. And they are bigger and louder than ever! Well, actually, that isn’t entirely true. For why Bombay Bicycle Club are most definitely back, they have decided to return not with a big, … Continue reading

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Raf And O – A Giant In The Snow

Raf and O are a South London electro thee piece consisting of vocalist Raf Mantelli, bassist Richard Smith and percussionist and programmer Graham Dodwell. Despite experimenting with sounds and beats they reign themselves in well on this record and actually … Continue reading

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Lail Arad – Someone New

26 year old Lail Arad has a fast growing reputation as one of London’s finest (and funniest) new singer songwriters. The big question is, however, does she have enough about her to transfer the potential and the promise into a … Continue reading

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