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SINGLE REVIEW: THE GARAGE FLOWERS – HELLO TANGO

  Originally from Bristol and now settled in London, self-proclaimed ‘drunken guitar pop’ legends The Garage Flowers have released their new single ‘Hello Tango’. Titled in memory of an old friend’s attempts at picking up girls, the track oozes bad boy [...]
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GIG REVIEW: STARSAILOR AT THE LEADMILL, 18.10.17

Good things start with a spark.  A spark, musically, can be a reunion show. An invitation to tour again. A demand for more. The rediscovery of the enjoyment, the hook that kicked everything off. Ask Milburn. This is nothing new. As with most sparks, they [...]
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GIG REVIEW: NORTHERN EXPOSURE PRESENTS @F&P – OCTOBER

Last night saw Northern Exposure at The Frog and Parrot, our first collaborative event with the fabulous Division Street venue. The ethos behind Northern Exposure is that we support musicians and their music by giving them the exposure they deserve and [...]
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EP REVIEW: FOREVERS- TEENAGE ROMANCE

  Originally titled ‘Patrick Forever’, the project started off as a solo project conducted by Geordie singer-song writer, Patrick Gosling. Having written a few songs, the decision was made to form a band behind him. With this, the title was decided a [...]
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ALBUM REVIEW: LIAM GALLAGHER – AS YOU WERE

  Who would have thought it? Years of potato shaming and outrageously funny tweets by the parka laden loud mouth from Manchester has in fact been promotion for his debut album as a solo artist. Post Oasis, it seems that Liam Gallagher’s role as a [...]
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SINGLE REVIEW: THE ASSIST – GIVE IT TO ME

  For your Thursday night reading pleasure, we’re coming at you with a quick-fire review, ladies and gentlemen. This week’s spotlight shines brightly upon The Assist, who lovingly describe themselves as a ‘4 piece council pop/rock band from Walsall’. For [...]
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SINGLE REVIEW: SHED SEVEN – ROOM IN MY HOUSE

  Ahead of a packed tour spanning November and December, Britpop forerunners Shed Seven have set their sights on a resurrection of the early nineties through the medium of nostalgic, guitar-laden, riff-filled music. Upon my initial listen to the latest [...]