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Middle Class Fashion – Jungle – LP review

It was January 2012 that I reviewed a 14 track LP – Girl Talk by Middle Class Fashion and they return with another 14 track LP Jungle – set for release on the 2nd August 2013. Opening with piano chords – Wanted – takes us into the space that is Middle Class Fashion with aplomb […]

WhiteMoor – Horizons – LP review

It was January 2012 that I first introduced WhiteMoor and they have a new eleven track LP – Horizons –  which came out earlier this month. Opening with High Lights which is a reminder of all the good things about WhiteMoor though delivered in a slightly heavier rock packaging with little doubt the band has […]

ShiShi – Eternal Bliss – LP review

It was September 2012 that I introduced ShiShi - on 11th June 2013 they released their debut LP the approaching forty minute ten track Eternal Bliss. Opening with a song that means much to me on a personal level Anything For You an arching four and a half minute song of devotion. Tom and Jamie kindly […]

Paul Hayworth – Ultra Violet – LP review

Paul Hayworth is a solo musician from Cambridge in England whose recent releases span genres from indie to space rock. He’s also a prolific artist, having released nine albums and an EP in little over a year – a brief listen to his most recent few left me wondering how one man could produce such […]

Boxed Wine – Cheap, Fun – LP review

Boxed Wine from the USA released their debut half an hour ten track LP-  Cheap, Fun on the 21st May 2013. Sharper eyed readers will recall a review back in January of the same name  on the 3 track EP – Cheap, Fun. Only one song has made the cut from that release. Opening with […]

Silver 6 – First Time Won’t Kill You – LP review

The Danish band Silver 6 release their debut LP First Time Won’t Kill You on the 27th May 2013. Here is a review of the 42 minute – nine track release First Time Won’t Kill You wrapped up in 10 minutes with excerpts. Track listing – Are We Lovers, Wide Awake, Hold On, See Right […]

Spruke – Lies Synthpop Told Me – LP review

6th May 2013 saw the release of the Buffalo – USA based Spruke release his new 12 track LP – Lies Synthpop Told Me. It was September 2012 that I reviewed the EP – Factor Friction by Spruke. Lies Synthpop Told Me is an acerbic tale of the life of a star gazing hopeful. Track […]

Exit Earth – Heavy Eyes – LP review

3rd April 2013 saw the physical and digital release of the Leamington Spa – England based band Exit Earth of their new ten track LP – Heavy Eyes. June 2012 saw the introduction of Exit Earth with their take on lo-fi alternative indie. Track listing Brandon, Dalston Grilz, WYB, Collarbone, Stems, Honey Drift, Fake Living, […]

Pink Narcissus – Blood On The Page – LP review

9th April 2013 sees the physical release date of the Brighton, England based band Pink Narcissus of their new six track LP – Blood On The Page. It was back in September 2011 that I first introduced Pink Narcissus. I must add I do like the CD artwork which is somewhat deprecating as the artwork originally adorned […]

The Jim O’Ferrell Band – Chance – LP review

22nd March 2013 saw the Richmond, USA based  The Jim O’Ferrell Band  who I interviewed in December 2012 release their new 6 track LP – Chance. I am trying out a new format for release reviews as this gives you more of an opportunity to hear the tracks for yourself – please let me know […]

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