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April 2017

Fainites storm onto the scene with EP ‘Battle Scars’

New UK rock four-piece Fainites will release their debut single ‘Geraldine’ to coincide with their debut EP ‘Battle Scars’. Continue reading “Fainites storm onto the scene with EP ‘Battle Scars’”

Martin Luke Brown: 65 Roses – review

Beautifully heartbreaking raw emotion. Martin Luke Brown has bared his soul and left us stunned. Continue reading “Martin Luke Brown: 65 Roses – review”

Maximo Park’s Duncan Lloyd shares new single ‘Heads of The Bastille’ and announces solo album ‘I O U O M E’

Duncan Lloyd is probably best known as the guitarist and musical driving force behind Mercury Music Prize nominated band, Maximo Park. Continue reading “Maximo Park’s Duncan Lloyd shares new single ‘Heads of The Bastille’ and announces solo album ‘I O U O M E’”

Chloe Foy announces new EP ‘Are We There Yet?’

After some time out Chloe Foy has announced the release her new EP, ‘Are We There Yet?’. Continue reading “Chloe Foy announces new EP ‘Are We There Yet?’”

What is the greatest opening album track of all time? You decide

On April 24, we begin our week-long search on Twitter to establish what you, the followers of @fliptherec, think is the greatest opening album track of all time. Continue reading “What is the greatest opening album track of all time? You decide”

The Weeks: ‘Start It Up’ – review

The Weeks have supplied the perfect soundtrack for the long summer nights, as thoughts drift off towards the summer festival season.  Continue reading “The Weeks: ‘Start It Up’ – review”

The Wild Things: ‘Tell Me Why’ – review

As fans of 90s alternative-rock we could not help but fall in love with The Wild Things’ new single ‘Tell Me Why’. Continue reading “The Wild Things: ‘Tell Me Why’ – review”

Living in the Past: Magazine – a look back at the influential post-punk rockers

Magazine are one of the most influential bands of the post-punk era, yet seldom receive the credit which their music so obviously deserves. James Llewellyn takes a look back at the band’s history. Continue reading “Living in the Past: Magazine – a look back at the influential post-punk rockers”

Tooth & Nail – ‘Cryin’ for you’ (single) review

New Leeds grunge-soul rockers Tooth & Nail have released their debut single ‘Cryin’ For You’.
Continue reading “Tooth & Nail – ‘Cryin’ for you’ (single) review”

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