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The Supernovas | Slaughter in the Gaza

Running single releases is always a little problematical, how can I describe a one track release without it making no sense, but The Supernovas release of Slaughter in the Gaza needs to find some space. This is a single you can pick up on *, or perhaps if you get along to one of their […]

Red Vellum Razorblades

Red Vellum Razorblades, from Trindidad and Tobago, comprise Nick (vocals), Ravi (lead guitar), Justin (rhythm guitar), Blinks (bass) and Peter (drums), originally started back in 2004 with Nick and Ravi, but came together as a unit in 2006., with an album behind them, I was as surprised by the output from the Caribbean sunshine as […]

The Steepwater Band at Bush Hall London March 2010

I found myself on the North Circular in the middle of rush hour in London  yesterday and I wasn’t in the least bit concerned, I was heading off to see The Steepwater Band, over for one night in London and looking forward to what I hoped would be a good night. The iconic Bush Hall, […]

Band of the week 27th March 2010

I like to see bouncing charts, as it becomes a real reflection of what resonates around the world and this weeks chart sees Paul Liddell take the top slot. I will get a chance to see Paul in the next few weeks and I look forward to it. I make an occasional comment on the […]

Paul Liddell | Help Yourself Float

Paul Liddell has a new 5 track EP, Help Yourself Float released on 28th March through 360 Degree Music. The Ghost Car (The Caffeine Kicks) opens up the EP with a superb track, the high tempo of the drum and guitar playing well to the lyric, I drive up and down the country regularly and […]

Moxine

Moxine from São Paulo in Brazil, got together at the end of 2008 with the desire to communicate through the medium of music. Having just returned from their first international gig at SxSW and an invitation to play in Liverpool, they are finding a wider platform in which to communicate. Monica Agena (vocal and guitar), […]

360 Degree Music Showcase Roundhouse March 2010

360 Degree Music are a small record label I have got to know pretty well over the recent few months and many of their bands have featured on the website. Last week I was invited down to The Roundhouse in London, to one of their showcase events, which featured three of their bands and a […]

Band of the week 20th March 2010

Gaoler’s Daughter from London, UK,  take the top spot on the band of the week chart. Huge chart changes for the week and a passing of some history, for the first time since September 2009, The Drums are out of the top ten. Band of the week chart 20th March 2010 Gaoler’s Daughter England (+6 […]

Artists Supporting a Cure for Cancer | 24th April 1010 show

100 monkeys headlines charity concert Artists Supporting a Cure for Cancer It is a good when bands become involved in Charitable projects and I was recently approached asking I bring to the notice of the readers that that 100 Monkeys members Jerad Anderson, Jackson Rathbone, Lawrence Abrams, Benjamin Graupner, and Benjamin Johnson are playing a […]

Coin

Coin from Kavala in Greece got together back in 2001 when Ioannis Karakostas (vocals),  Teo Theodoridis (guitars) and George Papathimiopoulos (bass) met at a party. A strong friendship was formed and they continue to share similar dreams and ambitions. Despite the loss of their full-time drummer back in 2007, they have continued to develop their […]

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