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Album Review: Los Campesinos! - 'Sick Scenes'

Los Campensinos are a seven piece Indie/Rock/Pop band from the Wonderful Capital of Wales, Cardiff. The band have been around for quite some time making a name for themselves wherever they have went, and after five albums and three EP’s it has become common to expect great things when they release a new record, and now they have. 442 more words

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Album Review: Wild Pink - 'Wild Pink'

Wild Pink are a three piece Power Pop band from the glamorous City of New York, and although the connotations of the City are big and beautiful, the band show the grittier and dirtier side of the City through their music. 498 more words

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EP Review: Yucky Duster - 'Duster's Lament'

After finding their debut album only yesterday, it was only a matter of time until  Yucky Duster’s new EP “Duster’s Lament “was found, an oh how beautiful it was to find it. 350 more words

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Album Review: The XX - I See You

After a five year long wait The XX are back with their new album ‘I See You’, which a lot of their fans have been clamoring for quite a while. 520 more words

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Album Review: Delamere - 'Delamere'

Creating a debut album is always a difficult task, because as much as you want to release it as quick as possible, you want to do yourself justice. 481 more words

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Edd Donovan and the Wandering Moles - 'Moving Mountains Vol.1' Album Review

Edd Donovan is a singer/songwriter hailing from Cheltenham after being born on Merseyside. After his successful first album entitled Something to take the Edge off… 461 more words

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