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Monthly Archives: May 2011
The seventh studio album for Seattle’s favourite sons, Death Cab For Cutie, was always going to be an interesting one. Coming off the back of 2008’s Narrow Stairs – a record which, despite leaving some hardcore fans scratching their heads, … Continue reading
Manchester’s Mazes released their wonderful debut album A Thousand Heys last month and just last week they played the King’s Cross Scala with The Wave Pictures. We caught up with frontman Jack Cooper for a quick chat. How would you … Continue reading
Ahh, the bank-holiday weekend. How we’ve missed you. 3 glorious days of getting up whenever the hell you feel like it and doing whatever the hell you fancy. Why not celebrate with a handful of excellent videos? Fleet Foxes … Continue reading
You’d be forgiven if you thought the new Kitty, Daisy & Lewis album had been recorded in the ’50s, such is it’s immediate warmth, raw vocals and retro sound. Smoking In Heaven is the second record from the London siblings … Continue reading
I whole-heartedly blame the slow, tepid service of the Nandos around the corner, along with Kings Cross’ unappealing pubs, for the late entry made to the Scala for The Wave Pictures show. It was mightily disappointing to have missed the … Continue reading
The thing that will strike you about This Is For You, Whether I’ve Met You Or Not – 4 stripped back versions of songs that will later appear in all their expansive glory on David J Roch‘s debut album – … Continue reading