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Gaoler’s Daughter – Cordelia – Video only

Gaoler’s Daughter are in the run up to a Single and LP release. In advance of the single set for the 12th August they have release a video for Cordelia which is taken from the forthcoming debut LP. I particularly enjoy being with a band through their development and I first reviewed Gaoler’s Daughter in […]

Hitchcock Blonde – Five Pounds – EP review

Hitchcock Blonde is an alternative indie rock band from London, England, formed in 2009 when Ella Grace (Vocals), Drew Wynen (Guitar), Joss Nightingale (Bass) and Ben Davies (Drums) got together to launch their thoughts on the world. This month –  October 2012 – they deliver the debut six track EP – Five Pounds. The opener – Baby Knows Best is a […]

Pretty Solitude review of the LP Hollow

The Swedish four-piece Pretty Solitude have had a busy month with their debut Single – Bring it On – having landed on the 1st October 2012 and their twelve track debut LP – Hollow – set for release on the 1st November 2012, both published by Precious Elsa Music. Hollow starts with – Bring it On […]

The YuYa – LP review – A Boy, A Queen & A Fish

The YuYa has a new fourteen track LP out towards the end of September 2012 entitled  A Boy, A Queen & A Fish. It has been just over a year since we looked at The YuYa, which means an update is more than due. Opening with the delightful It’s Better, which was reviewed back last […]

Tsigoti – The Imagination Liberation Front Thinks Again

The Italian agit-rock indie band Tsigoti released, on the 28th August 2012, their 16 track LP –  The Imagination Liberation Front Thinks Again.   The material resonates with the frustrations of a world on its head, where morality is a paradox of insensibilities. The Headline Whisper Screams is two minutes of industrial malaise punctuated by a sneering […]

Rollor – LP review – Beasts In Men Shapes

Rollor reviewed back in April 2012 has released a new LP – Beasts In Men Shapes. On this release Rollor has pared back the time-frame for the tracks with none lasting more than nearly 10 minutes, even managing one at just over two minutes. Vedik Sandskrit opens the album. Clear spaces emerge at the opening and […]

This Calamity – EP review – I’ll Paint You A Picture If You Promise To Put It Up

This Calamity release the new 6 track EP I’ll Paint You A Picture If You Promise To Put It Up on 17th June 2012. A waterfall demuline opening with I’ll Paint You A Picture and so we head over the rapids and This Calamity suddenly and unexpectedly opens a parachute of palliation, prior to loosening the strings and […]

The Seven Deadly Sins EP review Misery Lake

The Seven Deadly Sins from Edinburgh in Scotland release their burgeoning  alternative rock 4 track EP Misery Lake on 5th June 2012. Opening with An Accident Waiting To Happen (Awoo Woo Woo) a rock-a-billy number rings out of the speakers and this is what got me in to The Seven Deadly Sins. For me could have been […]

Anison debut LP Memory Flashes

Anison from London in England release their ten track debut LP, Memory Flashes in the UK on 30th April 2012, with the USA getting the opportunity at the end of May 2012. The album opens with Repeat The Process, a whirlpool of swooping sounds greet the listener, prior to the space clearing to find the […]

Blackhearts review of the eponymous debut EP

Blackhearts is a London – England – based Institute of Contemporary Music Performance networked band - Andy Smith (Vocals), Stuart Cooney (Guitar), Phil De Hovre (Bass) and Jay Lewis (Drums), each studying their respective instruments. So naturally I had to take a listen – Production line or Hand-crafted, well the simple fact I am writing gives the clue to the […]

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