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Album Review: 'Away From The Water' by Lola Colt

Originally published in  The University Observer (Otwo, Vol. XXI, Issue 3)

One of London’s most promising new acts, Lola Colt, have succeeded in developing a unique sound after only one EP and a handful of singles. 284 more words

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Interview with Lola Colt

Lola Colt is a six-piece who came together in legendary London to create their psycheledic fuzzy shoegaze-influenced music. “Gun”, their infatuating singer actually moved from Denmark to London to indulge in its music scene. 989 more words

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Sonic Youth - Hits Are For Squares (Geffen / Starbucks album, 2008)

geffen / starbucks | cd 0602527781778 | 10/06/2008 | track listing

Hits Are For Squares is an almost career-spanning sixteen-track Sonic Youth compilation album. The album was released initially only in US Starbucks stores in 2008 in conjunction with Geffen, Sonic Youth’s home since leaving SST / Enigma (in the States) and… 827 more words

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call (Mute Records album, 1997)

mute records | lp/cd/c stumm142 | 03/03/1997

I was tempted to write this review with just one word. That word is ‘beautiful’. Allegedly written by… 983 more words

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away (Bad Seed album, 2013)

bad seed ltd | lp/cd/cd+dvd/box/dl bs001 | 18/02/2013

Push The Sky Away is the first Nick Cave material to emerge since he parted company with… 1,251 more words

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See: Nicole Atkins releases video for "Girl you look amazing"

Out tomorrow is “Girl you look amazing”, the first single taken from New Jersey singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins.’ new album Slow Phaser. She’s just finished a run of UK dates which featured Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ Jim Sclavunos on drums, before heading home and supporting the same band on their North American Tour. 208 more words

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Jim Jones Revue is all about the "classic" rock 'n' roll

Equal parts Little Richard and The Faces by way of the Dead Boys, the Jim Jones Revue is one of the fiercest rock acts around. On its latest single “Collision Boogie,” the London quintet took inspiration from an old Jamaican dancehall track and wound-up marching it through the Ninth Ward in New Orleans. 627 more words

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