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Manchester Orchestra’s Cope, Fatherson’s I Am An Island, and Elbow’s The Take Off and Landing of Everything ________________________________________________________________


The past month or so has been pretty good music-wise, with releases from Elbow, Manchester Orchestra and Fatherson (all 3 are in my very, very favourite bands list) I was pretty excited, not gonna lie!  1,182 more words

Manchester Orchestra - SWG3, 12th April 2014 (live review)

Hidden-away locale SWG3 plays host to what is an intimate treat for many as Sydney troupe Gang Of Youths present themselves to an already buzzing audience. 340 more words


Pale Black Eye

This past Friday I attended my first concert- and it was amazing. 20 minutes in I was kicked in the back of the head by a fat crowd surfer which caused my head to smash into the railing in front of me (yes, I was in the front row, am I hardcore yet?), resulting in a minor cut and lots of bruising. 291 more words

Album Review: Cope by Manchester Orchestra

Manchester Orchestra released their fourth album, Cope, at the beginning of April. With already having 3 albums under their belts, the precedent would lead you to be expecting something grand and different. 459 more words


audible cracks

I’m loving this song so much. It can touch me inside, everytime I listen to it.
Sorry for posting mostly songs and lyrics on the blog recently – but i feel like that’s the best thing i can do.. 115 more words

Manchester Orchestra - Cope - 4/10

Manchester Orchestra’s long awaited Cope starts with The single Top Notch with booming guitars and screeching synthesizers. If you have listened to the band before you feel comfortable, you know this type. 357 more words


New and Well Not So New.

Spring 2014 seems to be the time for bands to release a whole new ensemble of beats upon us. Manchester Orchestra and Tokyo Police Club have just release some pretty good new material (based on first/second listens). 92 more words

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