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Album Review: Swimming Against the Tide EP

Photo Credit: The Japanese House

November 11 saw the launch of the new EP by the up and coming British Singer The Japanese House. I must admit that I had never heard of the act, but going into my review I soon learned the alternative Amber Brian, better known as Japanese House, has a cult following and they eagerly awaited the launch of her new EP. 621 more words


Blaenavon: Indie Virtuosos Set for World Domination

Blaenavon aren’t your average indie band. When you look at their songwriting abilities and musical sophistication alone, in comparison to other bands, they’re practically worthy of Mozart or Beethoven status. 1,403 more words

The Stone Roses: Made of Stone (UK, 2013)

Directed by: Shane Meadows. This is one of those times when I watch a thing and I don’t bother writing about it. What do I have to say about a music doc that I felt like seeing?   426 more words

EP Review: The Surrealists - Terrortoma

If you like fast and frenetic punk fused with heavy guitar riffs and screamed vocals, then Leicester-based The Surrealists are just the ticket.

The self-proclaimed ‘quartet of noise’ have just released new EP… 536 more words



This post is about the Punk movement which emerged in 1976 in London and rapidly spread nationwide and then globally. This was a moment of political and social despair combined with a stagnation in the musicality of the day. 586 more words

The Zeitgeist

Introducing: Fallen State ahead of tour with 3 Doors Down

Next month UK rockers The Fallen State are set to take the country by storm as they go on tour supporting US giants 3 Doors Down… 847 more words


Track by Track: Fin de Siècle

 This is the first Track by Track I am doing for The Divine Comedy. For those whom are not in the know, The Divine Comedy is an Irish Band which formed in the… 1,272 more words

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