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Luna is Honey

Luna is Honey is a four piece band, who have been around since 2006, based in Los Angeles in the USA. Joshua Crampton (voice, guitar) Jay Francisco (samples) Amorn Bholsangngam (drums, percussion) and Tyler Binkley (bass) combine to produce progressive rock of the highest order. Luna is Honey, sit in a space in which many […]

Mono Stereo – Girl, I Love you – Single

Mono Stereo after some serious studio time have their new single Girl, I Love you – coming out on 20th June 2010 as a prelude to their upcoming debut album – Who Built the Pyramids? Girl, I Love You the A side, is immediately recognizable as Mono Stereo, with the signature, Ennio Morricone, guitar duo. […]

Plastiscines

Plastiscines, from Paris in France are currently a trio, comprising – Katty Besnard (vocal/guitar), Louise Basilien (bass) and Anaïs Vandevyvere (drums). After forming in 2006 after meeting up at a Libertines gig, the band was quickly picked up by Maxime Schmitt (Kraftwerk producer). Teetering on the edge of mainstream plastic pop, Plastiscines successfully negotiate the […]

Ceilí Moss

Ceilí Moss from Namur in Belgium have been around a few years, though the current line up of: Matthieu Collard (fiddle), Stéphane Jalhay (lead guitars, banjo), Laurent Leemans (lead vocals, rythm guitars, percussion), Thibaud Misson (double bass), Jérémy Pinera (drums) and Yves Van Elst (transverse flute, pipes, backing vocals) came in to being in 2009. […]

Video streaming with Veebeam HD

Sponsored Article   If it plays on your PC you can stream it on your TV with Veebeam   It is easy to set up an audio mix, either for your own listening, or when friends are coming round. Organising a video mix is easy too, or watching a live gig stream on your PC, […]

Disco Violence

From Šid in Serbia, comes Tintor Sasha in the guise of Disco Violence. Tintor was formerly with Neuropsychiatry, which disbanded in the late ’90s. Having struggled to find like minded musicians to form a band, he decided to head off on hos won, playing the instruments and plugging it all in to his computer before heading […]

Rev78 Album Launch for ‘boy in the blitz’ – Proud Camden

A review of the launch of Boy in the Blitz by Rev78, written by Andy Carlin, thanks Andy Rev78’s album launch was the first gig I’ve been to at Proud, the restaurant come club come gig venue (plus anything else they can seem to fit in the space!). Based in the old Horse hospital market […]

A dedication to Julie Norbury

A moment of self-indulgence and an explanation to the readers of the site. I have been off-line for a while as Julie Norbury has been ill in hospital  and I have spent most of my time with her over the past few weeks. As an atheist, all I can do is  pass on the prayers […]