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REVIEW: KILL THE WAITRESS – ABI ROSE KELLY

  Abi Rose Kelly’s third release is a Grungy-pop powerhouse that is a step up in tempo to the previous two, but in the pace that she has gained, she hasn’t left her clever songcrafting qualities behind. The expressive angst that earnt her much deserved [...]
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REVIEW: CECIL – ‘TIP OF MY TONGUE’

  There’s the common thought that an artist who makes truly ‘original’ music, is this transcendent being who somehow creates a sound and style that no one has ever heard, blasting the door open on all boundaries of music that came before it. It’s the age [...]
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REVIEW: AVALANCHE PARTY – THE CRESCENT 18/12/20

  Thanks to Covid this is only the third gig I have been to since March 14th, well that is if I count the Receivers set outside Vinyl Eddie’s for Record Store Day Drop 1 in August, and frankly I do count that one!. The second was an outdoor socially [...]
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REVIEW: JESSICA LUISE – ‘TELEVISION MISTER’

  Compared to the likes of The Big Moon, Jade Bird, Fleetwood Mac and The Beautiful South you’re going to love the beautifully crafted new release ‘Television Mister’ from Jessica Luise.  Following on from her indie/folk last offering ‘Better Place’ [...]
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REVIEW: GARDEN PARTY – TOMORROW

  Garden Party are a band formed in Manchester in September 2019. Consisting of Liam (Vocals) from Wigan, Kieran (Guitar) from Darlington, Sam (Drums) from Leicester and Dieter (Bass) from Barry. Having already had the single ‘Tomorrow’ featured on BBC [...]
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REVIEW: KYHMER KINGS ‘PAY THE GHOST’

  When speaking to Khymer Kings frontman, Daniel Dolan earlier in the month – he cited a very intriguing list of influences for him and his Warrington based outfit which has seen various switcheroos in its time, both in its music and personnel. The [...]
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REVIEW: V-TRANSMISSION ‘COMA’

  I love British music. It’s history and influence carried forward by new generations of musicians, who take from that history all they can and twist and mould it in different directions, until in turn, it finds its very own personality, scampering off [...]
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REVIEW: ‘BRIDGES’ NOBODIES BIRTHDAY

  Nobodies Birthday are a five-piece indie rock band from Reading consisting of Dom (vocals), Ryan (lead guitar), Steve (rhythm guitar), Brendon (bass guitar) and Tom (drums). Having supported The Cribs, Pigeon Detectives and The Sherlocks, and listing [...]
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REVIEW: ARGH KID – DICKHEAD DNA

  What is most refreshing about David Scott, (stage name ARGH KiD) is that his whole catalogue appears to be an unfiltered game of say what you see. It’s as if he walks around town allowing you to see from his viewpoint whilst he encounters the very best [...]