Category Archives: Review

Luke Leighfield & Jose Vanders Split EP [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

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Dead Set Disorder – Zero EP [Review]

  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

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Sourmash Mixtape Vol.1: The Walls Are Not Listening [Review]

  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

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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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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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MC Lars – Indie Rocket Science [Review]

  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

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Mostar Records Special

Here at TWDTWC we are big fans of the work that independent labels do. It isn’t always easy or financially rewarding to trowel around tiny venues up and down the country in a never ending mission to unearth the best … Continue reading

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