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IDLE ROSS “INTO THE THICK OF IT”

Ross Green, who goes by the name of Idle Ross, is a Sheffield based solo artist. It’s evident from the debut track “Into The Thick Of It” that Idle Ross is no fledgeling when it comes to music. After spending years collaborating with [...]
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THE VELVET HANDS SET TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE

 ‘Games’ – New single September 8th, album February… Garage rockers, The Velvet Hands, are the ambitious, Stones x Strokes tinged quartet formed in 2015 at college. By 2016 they were buzzing, in 2017, they’re blowing [...]
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SHEAFS – MIND POLLUTION REVIEW

Oh look, these lads are from Sheffield! Prepare the comparison cannon and let’s fire off some false similarities between this Northern quintet and that group that made it cool to sing in your accent! Actually, don’t do that. SHEAFS may be an energetic, [...]
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BLACKWATERS – LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL REVIEW

I feel it’s only fitting to give a short song a suitably compact review; if I dribbled on about this single for too long, everything would just get lost in a plethora of words and jibberish and all that. Thankfully for me, their SoundCloud bio sums them [...]
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YONAKA – ‘WOULDN’T WANNA BE YOU’ REVIEW

Representing the often-overlooked music scene of sunny Brighton, YONAKA (not a car-parking chain or an anime character) are a four-piece with a voracious sound. Comprising of Theresa Jarvis (Vocals), George Edwards (Guitar), Alex Crosby (Bass/Keys) and [...]
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BRAVADO CARTEL ALBUM REVIEW

‘Violence Has No Place At The Table Of Democracy’ Album After the intro of media hysteria comes the opening track, “Fear Is Not A Feeling” Laced with chunky grunge guitar riffs the song is a self-affirmation of strength amidst the madness [...]
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LITTLE ILLUSION MACHINE – MOTH SINGLE REVIEW

As I like to judge a book by its cover, (and a single by its name), I was initially expecting another punky, grungy number which used its title as a hollow façade. I prepared my earplugs as I anticipated an excess of overly-distorted guitars and rampant [...]
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IVORY WAVE – SEPARATE BEAT REVIEW

I know I always seem to whack an apology in most of my reviews, but this one is quite apt, considering I’m about a month late to this track. But don’t fret, equip your nearest bucket hat and open your ears as I delve into Ivory Wave’s latest single. Just [...]
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MOON SUGAR ‘I WANNA FEEL’ REVIEW

“Oooh, that’s a bit like Supersonic”. My first vocalised thoughts on Moon Sugar’s single, released on Valentine’s Day of this year, were very clear, (and also not entirely accurate).  For the usual dribble regarding the artwork, it’s pretty top. It ticks [...]