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San Francisco Bay Area of California has given us a lot of famous metal bands such as Testament and Metallica and now, we are presented with the gothic metal duo known as… 305 more words


Album Of The Month - July - Future Dust - The Amazons

Album of the month this July is ‘Future Dust’ by The Amazons.

Moving on from their chart-hitting debut, the sophomore record from the Reading four-piece takes their music from radio-friendly festival anthems, to arena filling rock and roll. 295 more words


Album Review: Gunka - Nothing Left To Say

Review by Ollie Stygall.

I live in a small, unremarkable Devon town called Chudleigh. It’s relatively quaint, relatively quiet and relatively pleasant.

The most remarkable moment in Chudleigh’s very long history was in 1807 when two thirds of the town burned down in a fire. 645 more words

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Pieces of a Man ¦ pay homage to stalwarts of Soul on debut album Made in Pieces

Born initially out of the burgeoning Manchester Soul scene, Pieces of a Man complete a jigsaw made up of influences from all over the globe. The sextet’s name comes from the debut album of Gil Scott-Heron and with their debut album… 267 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘All Animal’ by Through Fire

The radio-rock ecosystem has always seemed like a strange beast, mostly because its aversion to anything remotely fresh or innovative seems totally counterintuitive with the success it’s looking to glean. 830 more words


Album of the week: Ada Lea - what we say in private

Ada Lea’s music is like textures on a quilt, with different fabrics all meshing into one. On her debut indie rock album, “what we say in private,” released on Saddle Creek, Ada Lea is musician-come-property-developer treating each song like a house bought on the cheap, stripping it out entirely and rebuilding it from the ground up. 543 more words

REVIEW: Flying Lotus - Flamagra

They say social media and smart phones have ruined our attention spans. As I struggle to get through ‘Flamagra’, I’m wondering if this is actually true. 631 more words

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