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Young Kato: I Wanna Shake You Out Of It

Young Kato may only be a group of young lads from Cheltenham but they’ve already got an album under their belts and they’ve coming back for more. 389 more words

Band Review

With new album 'Harder II Love,' Usher gets harder to love

(AP) Usher, “Harder II Love” (RCA Records)

If music stops panning out for him, Usher has bright prospects in fortune telling; by naming his eighth studio album “Hard II Love,” he knew exactly what the future held. 249 more words


Fumes by Triple A: Album Review

Triple A, a four piece band from Plymouth, released their second album Fumes earlier this month. The band describes their sound as a fusion of rock, funk, folk and blues; so you can imagine how unique their sound is. 587 more words


album review: Wild World by Bastille

Wild World by Bastille (released September 9, 2016)

For Bastille, the last few years have been a whirlwind. Fame found the London band after the release of their 2013 debut album, … 1,128 more words

Album Review

Love Zombies - Passionfruit

There’s a pretty good chance that one day I will look back and split my life into two distinct sections. Pre and post ‘Robots & Aliens’. 346 more words


Endurance Zine Reviews

I did a couple of reviews for the uniquely designed Endurance Zine. While Rockfreaks and Broken Arrow are designed to look like websites with individual articles. 176 more words


Wonk Unit - Mr Splashy : Review

For the most part then, “Mr Splashy” is highly enjoyable, and everything one expects from Wonk Unit. From the childish “ba-ba-ba” chants in the opening track “Awful Jeans” to the somewhat off-key singing in the album closer, “We are the England”, the mannerisms of the band remain largely the same. 63 more words