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Album Review: Haze - Clouds Surround & Breathe

Haze are one of those bands you can’t miss out on, previously known as Fallacies. Haze have mastered the post-rock soundscapes and the hardcore rawness and combined it into something immensely beautiful. 158 more words

Lauren Irvingg

Luluc: Passerby

As with many albums what draws me in at first is a band’s cover art, the record label they play for and then the genre (Hint: that’s why I like to show that with each of my recommendations, in fact I would say that is all you need to find new music you will enjoy). 92 more words
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Samoans – 'Rescue' review

We first saw Cardiff band Samoans on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading festival back in 2012, and although it’s taken the four-piece a while, they’ve finally released their debut album ‘Rescue’. 524 more words

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REVIEW: THE ROYAL ARTILLERY - ODDS AND ENDS

Reviewed by Jade Daly

The Royal Artillery are Brisbane’s very own modern take on the rock n roll blues band.  With classic riffs and sexy licks, it’s impossible to avoid the whirlwind sensation that accompanies their unperturbed sound.  315 more words

Push To Fire

Childhood’s debut album “Lacuna”, date of release : 11th of August, 2014

It’s summer time and there probably couldn’t be a better time to listen to some Childhood.

The London-based, Nottingham-formed four piece band is playing wavy honeyed laconic songs since 2010 and things are now starting to get bigger: gigs in Japan, summer festivals and a recent European tour supporting Interpol, the four babes are just entering the dreamy rock n roll life and we absolutely love it. 246 more words

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Album Review: Go Down In History by Four Year Strong

The Massachusetts beardcore rockers preview a return to form, for better or worse, on their newest EP.

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Review: The Amazing Snakeheads - Amphetamine Ballads

The Amazing Snakeheads first raised hairs with their 7-inch entitled “Testifying Time,” immediately attracting attention with their short yet powerful title track. These night-prowling rockers feature guitarist and vocalist Dale Barclay, bassist William Coombe, and drummer Jordon Hutchison. 941 more words

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