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REVIEW: ANDREW CUSHIN “IT’S GONNA GET BETTER”

“Its Gonna Get Better” is the debut single from 20 year old up and coming Geordie troubadour Andrew Cushin. This track is a simple affair, which allows the beautiful natural tones of Andrews voice to shine; lyrically simple, bluesy yet positive and [...]
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REVIEW: SELF ESTEEM – LEADMILL

Stripped back, intimate, beautiful. As part of Steve Lemaq’s BBC Radio 6, independent venue week I had the pleasure of seeing Rotherham born Rebecca Lucy Taylor, better known as Self Esteem, supported by Skinny Pelembe at the Leadmill performing a [...]
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REVIEW: FUDGE – PANIC ON

    “Guitar Led Riffing Rock” After a brief hiatus pondering omens, synchronicity (no, not the rubbish album by The Police) and portents, I was only too pleased to lift the gloom at my Zodiac Strasse hang out and pitch my tent on the wholesome Northern [...]
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REVIEW: THE ESTEVANS – WRONG IDEA

‘Wrong Idea’ is the 3rd utterly brilliant new single from Guilford quartet, The Estevan’s. From the offset, the band have delighted our eardrums with some lively sounding, indie bangers after banger, gaining a solid and bigger fanbase with every [...]
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REVIEW: BLOSSOMS O2 MANCHESTER

  When Blossoms announced that they were going to be playing one of their ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ album launch shows at the O2 Ritz in Manchester, they sent social media into a frenzy. Fans across the country were scrambling to get tickets, with them [...]
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ALBUM REVIEW: BLOODHOUND – FRAGILE SKELETON

  “Music With Intellect And Passion” With a few exceptions, debut albums can be filled with all sorts of mayhem and excess, in the hope that all of that built up artistic mumbling, banging and in some cases angst, will find a home in the minds of an [...]
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REVIEW: HUMANIST ALBUM REVIEW

  Powerful And Heavy, Desperate And Emotional. Oh my God!… Seriously!… The Humanist, conceived and produced by Rob Marshall is an album devoid of the superlatives of description, because there are truly not enough to carry it to where it deserves to be!! [...]