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New Year Ninety 2013 40 – 31

The New Year Ninety has been great to compile this year, with bands first written about in 2009 making another appearance along with the newest bands reviewed on the website through-out 2012. Thanks again to the musicians who make it all possible and the readers who make it all worthwhile, not to forget to mention […]

New Year Ninety 2012 70 to 61

New Year Ninety 2012 positions 70 to 61 70 – Luna is Honey (USA) 69 – General Bye Bye (France) 68 – Slowdown, Molasses (Canada) 67 – High Pop (USA) High Pop – Drip From the Sea  66 – The Whatmans (Ireland) 65 – The Supernovas (England) 64 – Pink Narcissus (England) 63 – Street Violence (USA) […]

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 […]

The Supernovas at Flowerpot Camden February 2010

I headed down to Camden again on 20th February, to get to see The Supernovas and since then I have been away, so am now just catching up. For some reason, I never did fathom out, all I had to do was ask, there were two bands on at Flowerpot that night, with The Supernovas […]

The Supernovas

The Supernovas from London, have been around in one form or another since 2003, but the current line-up of Joei Silvester (Vocals / Rhythm Guitar), Rizo (Lead Guitar), Panashe Nyandoro (Bass) and Moses Elliott (Drums) has been together for three years. The songwriting is split between Joei and Rizo, with the instrumentation developed in rehearsal. […]