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Reevaluating Amnesiac: Radiohead Deconstructs Itself from the Inside Out

When the world was being swept off its feet by a post-grunge craze for ‘alternative-rock’ groups, plenty of emerging bands were getting their foot in the door by mimicking the distinctive sounds of big bands at the time such as  849 more words

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Chet Faker- Built On Glass Review

‘Chet Faker or Nicholas James Murphy as he’s known to his parents is probably best known for his collaboration with Fellow Australian, Flume on 2012’s ‘Drop The Game’. 61 more words

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Album Review: Francesca Battistelli - If We're Honest

by Sam Robinson

Francesca Battistelli is without doubt one of the biggest female artists on the Christian music scene. Not only that, but she is certified as the best-selling new Christian artist in the last ten years. 572 more words

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Album Review: Kings Of Leon "Mechanical Bull"

Now you are definitely lying if you don’t feel slightly annoyed every time you hear “Use Somebody” by Kings of Leon on the radio. Sadly, just that song seemed to make it into the mainstream while much of the rest of the band’s creative genius was left behind on their other albums for the listeners who actually went for more than just the radio . 276 more words

Album Review: Select All Delete Save As - 'Ultra Cultura'

Just when I thought I’d figured out ‘Ultra Cultura’, the new album by Select All Delete Save As, it continued to throw curveballs left, right and centre. 322 more words

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Album Review - Not What I Meant by Leah Pape

This week on Bandcamp I just jumped on the first thing that I liked, I really wasn’t looking for anything in particular and I found Not What I Meant by Leah Pape. 470 more words

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Album Review: Damn Vandals, Rocket Out Of London

By reading the band’s name, “Damn Vandals” out loud, you can almost hear what kind of music awaits even before hitting the play-button. The four-piece band’s music is anarchic, ballsy, and lead singer Jack Kansas growls his way through the band’s highly anticipated second album: Rocket Out Of London.

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