Monthly Archives: July 2011

Die Pretty – Battle Over Brooklyn EP [Review]

Brooklyn based punk-rockers Die Pretty know how to make a racket, but I guess if you live in the city that never sleeps then you have to be loud to be heard. This is the Battle Over Brooklyn EP and … Continue reading

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Weekend Videos

We’ve gonna for a kind of chilled out selection of videos this week, so if you’re nursing a hangover then kick back and let this little lot sooth your head.     Michael Kiwanuka – I’m Getting Ready (Acoustic) Oh … Continue reading

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Not Without Grace – Interview

With the recent success of Swedish artists – Lykke Li, Those Dancing Days and of course, First Aid Kit, to name but a few – Sweden isn’t just the home of beautiful people these days, it is the home of … Continue reading

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She Keeps Bees – The Borderline, London. 21/07/11

Some people are just too damn kind and some of those people make up She Keeps Bees. Not only did we get their new album Dig On out last Monday, but also we had a release show at the Borderline … Continue reading

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Weekend Videos

Happy Weekend, kids! Here’s the videos… The Sound Of Arrows – Magic David J Roch – Skin & Bones Bombay Bicycle Club – Shuffle The Vaccines – Norgaard Die Pretty – Voices    

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Billy Bragg – Never Buy The Sun

Never one to shy away from a political scandal (and let’s face it, that is at least half of the reason why we love him) Billy Bragg has a new song called ‘Never Buy The Sun’ As well as making … Continue reading

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She Keeps Bees – Dig On [Review]

She Keeps Bees have long drank from the same modern blues-rock guitar/drum duo fountain that the likes of White Stripes and Black Keys have, yet Jessica Larrabee’s vocals have given them their own distinct voice. Dig On is their third … Continue reading

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