Monthly Archives: December 2010

Top Albums Of 2010

So it’s December. A time to rejoice in the good that we see. And a time for ‘Best Of…’ lists, obviously. We’re not going to over burden your brain cells with hundreds of different lists or anything like that. We’re … Continue reading

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Various Artists – Moshi Moshi – A Christmas Gift For You [EP]

The thing about Christmas songs is that we just would not listen to them at any other time of year. Come December, however, and they are everywhere. We lap them up. Why? Well, because they are damn good fun – … Continue reading

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Seldom Party Interview

Recently the wonderfully talented Will Kendrew – aka Seldom Party – took some time out to answer some questions for us. He spoke about music, blogs and ummm, Ipswich Town FC. Read what he had to say below and then afterwards, … Continue reading

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Evi Vine – …And So The Morning Comes

There are a number of things that an album needs to make it a great record. Perhaps the most important thing it needs to do in order to stand out though, is absorb the listener. Luckily for all of us … Continue reading

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Killington Fall – At The Soundless Dawn [EP]

South West London’s Killington Fall refer to themselves as a ‘predominantly instrumental’ band. I know what you are thinking; ‘Urgh, instrumental records are just so damn boring‘ Well, that is where you are wrong, my friend. Bands like Mogwai and … Continue reading

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