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Trial and Triumph - The Manic Shine (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There are a handful of bands at the moment that are injecting new life into the tried, tested and frankly long due for an overhaul rock and roll format. 358 more words

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Omni\One - Halo Tora (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

It takes a certain type of band to make music that is as expressive, emotive and engaging as the most eloquent of lyrics and create vocal deliveries what are as elegant and fluid as the instrumentation behind it. 148 more words

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8 QUESTIONS with KAGOULE

Upon listening to Urth, the debut album of British indie rockers Kagoule, I was instantly transported back to my teenage years, to the 90s, when my musical tastes were forming and were forever shaped by the greats of grunge: The Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam, Dinosaur, Jr., and Stone Temple Pilots, to name a few. 785 more words

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Last night in Cardiff

Not much to say about last night apart from it was 9 years waiting well spent. Laine and I were not disappointed by the quality of the music, they spent a majority of the time plucking songs from their back catalogue of concept albums, before ending on a few newer ones. 119 more words

AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE FILTHY SOULS

If you haven’t heard the fuzzy garage rock revelry that is The Filthy Souls, you are missing out. Big time.  I had the pleasure of spending some quality telephone time with frontman Dave Green and his beautiful British accent recently, about the quartet’s beginnings, the Los Angeles music scene, and their penchant for curious album art. 421 more words

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What The World Needs Now… - Public Image Limited (reviewed by Richie Rochdale)

Can’t speak for the rest of the world but, certainly, I need this new Public Image Limited album in my life RIGHT NOW! Rotten and co extend their Third Coming with some new product and, in a lot of ways, it’s a continuation of 2012’s “This Is P.i.L.” Such a shame old John-Boy couldn’t convince Jah Wobble to rejoin the band six years ago alongside Lu Edmonds and Bruce Smith because, musically, that combination is EXACTLY what’s going on inside his head. 1,050 more words

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