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Category Archives: Review
We had a chat with the brilliant Jose Vanders a few weeks back and she told us all about her latest project with her friend Luke Leighfield, which we obviously got very excited about. The split EP came out Monday(19.09.2011) … Continue reading
Dead Set Disorder – a four piece from Northampton – tell us that they are here to play rock music with ‘an important social message’. Well, it’s about time someone did. With recent events in mind, it seems like … Continue reading
It’s always weird reviewing a compilation. I never quite know whether it’s best to mention a handful of tracks in detail and then have to miss a whole bunch out altogether, or go through track by track but keep … Continue reading
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
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
MC Lars has been in and around the rock scene for a while – even appearing at the debut Give It A Name festival at Ally Pally – with an original approach to his Californian hip-hop. His fame came … Continue reading