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We were promised Jetpacks: Unravelling

 There was a time when bands from Scotland seemed contractually obliged to be either melodic Big Star/Byrds impersonators or Velvet Underground-indebted noise merchants.

Now, the template for groups north of the border is somewhere in between, with …Jetpacks joining Biffy Clyro and Twin Atlantic  in peddling slightly tuneful, guitar led rock. 82 more words

New Albums

October Playlist

I know it’s almost the middle of October, but I’m going to start sharing some tracks I’ve been loving each month. Hopefully the majority of them won’t be singles, as I want to draw attention/recognition to tracks off EP’s or LP’s that a lot of people may not necessarily hear if they only hear the single on the radio or download individual tracks as opposed to the whole thing. 67 more words


'Emily' + 'Hold On'

Lower Than Atlantis – ‘Emily’

Another single from their soon-to-be-released fourth album, ‘Emily’ starts off with a strutting guitar riff; the chorus is unbelievably catchy as lead singer Mike Duce laments about not being cool enough for a girl, presumably called Emily. 248 more words

New Releases

Fall Out Boy, Weezer and more to play The Big Orlando.

The first annual edition of The Big Orlando festival is set for Sunday, December 7 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, Florida. The Big Orlando will feature performances from Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Young The Giant, Dirty Heads,J Roddy, Big Data, Bear Hands, Twin Atlantic, Islander, and more. 49 more words


Some Progress This Week!

Today, as well as yesterday, I’ve made some progress with Live Performance. I’ve chosen my songs and I’ve spoken to Will about playing guitars and vocals with me. 289 more words

Live Performance

The NoiseOnTrial Mixtape | 20/09/2014

These are a handful of carefully selected tracks, new and old, which have caught my attention recently. It’s the NoiseOnTrial Mixtape; click here or on the image below to listen to it on Mixlr. 36 more words


THE FRIDAY FIVE - 19.9.2014

1. Johnny Marr – Easy Money
2. Twin Atlantic – Heart and Soul
3. George Ezra – Blame It One Me
4. Labrinth – Let It Be
5. Weezer – Back To The Shack