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Rich Stephenson: ‘Secret’ review – from folk to dark blues

Rich Stephenson’s new single ‘Secret’ is a departure from his previous folk sounds into a darker bluesy sound that is a resounding success. Continue reading “Rich Stephenson: ‘Secret’ review – from folk to dark blues”

Smoke Season: ‘Good Days’ review – LA’s electro indie duo building on SXSW success

After a successful trip to this year’s SXSW festival, Los Angeles based duo Smoke Season’s latest single ‘Good Days’ is a pleasant slice of summery electro indie. Continue reading “Smoke Season: ‘Good Days’ review – LA’s electro indie duo building on SXSW success”

Introducing neoclassical Brussels post-rockers We Stood Like Kings: The new art of mixing film with rock music

They are a band breathing new life into music and cinema across Europe. We Stood Like Kings have been taking the continent by storm with their new twist on the art of blending film and rock music.

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Kerosene Stars: ‘The Lost EP’ review – dark and delightful

Kerosene Star’s ‘The Lost EP’ is a highly interesting piece of work with an indie sound infused with other genres. Continue reading “Kerosene Stars: ‘The Lost EP’ review – dark and delightful”

Catholic Action: ‘Propaganda’ review – a quick shot of indie from Glasgow

Glasgow’s Catholic Action’s single ‘Propaganda’ is the first off their upcoming debut album ‘In Memory Of’ and is a little upbeat indie gem.

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Hunter and the Bear: ‘Paper Heart’ review – meaty riffs, gravelly vocals and bags of energy

Hunter and the Bear’s album ‘Paper Heart’ is a record that will leave fans of classic rock grinning from ear to ear.

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Papa Roach: ‘Crooked Teeth’ review – Collaborations provide rare high points

Papa Roach’s 9th studio album ‘Crooked Teeth’ is an attempt to return to the former glories of the early 2000s. Continue reading “Papa Roach: ‘Crooked Teeth’ review – Collaborations provide rare high points”

Paul Weller: ‘A Kind Revolution’ review – The Modfather keeps his reputation as a Changingman

Paul Weller really is the definition of his own Stanley Road hit ‘The Changingman’. Continue reading “Paul Weller: ‘A Kind Revolution’ review – The Modfather keeps his reputation as a Changingman”

GUN: ‘Favourite Pleasures’ review – Glasgow rockers return to their roots

Glaswegian rockers GUN are about to return with seventh studio album ‘Favourite Pleasures’. Continue reading “GUN: ‘Favourite Pleasures’ review – Glasgow rockers return to their roots”

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