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EP REVIEW: 'Go Away' by Milk Teeth

Be Nice represented the first step in what would arguably become the most important time of Milk Teeth’s career thus far, seeing where they could go with a more streamlined sound that embraced pop-punk tones to a greater degree while tightening their established grunge and ’90s alt-rock sound. 404 more words


Sarah Walk - "Little Black Book" Review

The long-awaited debut album from Sarah Walk is finally out on all formats today and I’m pleased to say it’s a stonker. The dual personality piano based singer songwriter’s album showcases her at her angry best, and her reflective melancholy best too. 470 more words


Album Review: HALFLIVES - Empty Rooms

HALFLIVES – Empty Rooms

Release Date: 14th April 2017

Label: Self-Released

HALFLIVES are an electronic/alt rock band from Italy and their debut album, Empty Rooms, released in April this year. 371 more words


Stickshifts & Safety Belts

“Stickshifts and Safety Belts,” written by John McCrea, and performed by him with his group Cake, 1996


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Comments are welcome if they are on-topic, substantive, concise, and not boring or obscene. 23 more words


Album Review: All is in Sync and there's nothing left.... by Ghost Atlas

Ghost Atlas released their new album All Is In Sync and There’s  Nothing Left To Sing About on 17th November. Ghost Atlas is the solo project of Jesse Cash who primarily known for his role in the Sumarian Records metal band ERRA, but there is a melodic, alt-rock side to his writing here that lends the album an instantaneous energy that you can’t help but get on board with. 293 more words


Introducing... Childcare

Funky indie rock band Childcare released their new single and are on a UK tour at the moment. Each of their tracks are suitably rocking and cross that line between pop rock and something a little more jangly and grizzily. 49 more words