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If you have been with me since the beginning of my blogging journey – you will remember one of the first music posts I did was on a british trio and how dope I thought they were and how their future was bright … 298 more words

Rolemoru

Getting to know /// Braver Than Fiction

Folk and blues vibes layered over alternative bases make Braver Than Fiction sound not like your ordinary band. Give them a listen, eh? And read on to lead singer Mel’s introducing the band. 773 more words

British Music

Cover of the Week: 'West Coast' (Lana del Rey) — Royal Blood

Two-man rock band Royal Blood took to a Dutch radio station this past week to cover Lana del Rey’s ‘West Coast’. The distorted guitars, Mike Kerr’s voice, and the laid-back, organic tempo all make for a very, very sexy cover that demonstrate how much they deserve their recent… 13 more words

Covers

Face to face with Hey Bulldog

Teasingly dark, mysteriously psychedelic and irresistibly captivating, Hey Bulldog will leave you no chances of escaping from them. With EP ‘Numb’ under their belts, Hey Bulldog are ready to take over the UK. 927 more words

British Music

Joy Division Play "Transmission"

Listen to this track by Mancunian post-punk trendsetters Joy Division. It’s “Transmission”, a single released in October of 1979 between their two sole albums as a seven inch on the Factory label. 616 more words

Music

New season gets underway

The first evening of the new programme starts on 22 September with Michael Salmon asking ‘is this another English

renaissance?’  After the deaths of Elgar, Vaughan-Williams, Delius and Britten, new British music has often appeared to lack direction and to a certain extent quality.  56 more words

Salisbury

Track by track /// False-Heads 'Tunnel Vision' [EP] 2014

Unusual, very hard to pin down and marvellously intriguing – this is all the new EP ‘Tunnel Vision’ from False-Heads. Wanna know more? Read on to Luke Griffiths’s introduction to each track on the record.  390 more words

British Music