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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 […]

Face The King – The Sound – EP review

It was almost a year ago that I first introduced Face The King and they have just released a new four track EP – The Sound – ahead of their forthcoming LP. Opening with You, Me & The Sound there is an immediate sense of urgency that rolls out of the speakers as Face The King […]

Sonic Hearts Foundation – Into Forever – EP review

It was May 2012 that I first introduced Sonic Hearts Foundation and they have just released their first EP – the four track Into Forever. What I liked about Sonic Hearts Foundation then, I still like about them now – the industrial malaise that swathes their material in clouds of sparks and pollution. Opening with […]

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 […]

ScenicLife – Who’s To Blame – EP review

ScenicLife who I first took a look at about a year ago recently released the four track EP Who’s To Blame. The sound belies the fact that there are only three players in the band Just The Same sets the scene for the dynamic and enthusiastic delivery that is ScenicLife. Unpretentious anthemic rock ‘n’ roll […]

The Dark Lights – Stop Existing, Start Living – EP review

The Dark Lights who I first reviewed in March 2012 have a new four track EP – Stop Existing, Start Living set for release on the 1st July 2013. A  change in line-up since I first introduced the band, but the music remains as recognizable. Opening with Clear The Air slighter more rock derived than […]

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 […]

Tallulah Rendall – Canary – Video Only

Tallulah Rendall who I first reviewed in December 2011 has a new LP coming out over the summer - The Banshee And The Moon. In advance of the full release there is a new single – Canary – which resonates of all that was good two and a half years ago with the added ingredient of […]

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 […]

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