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They’re back! Placebo.

They’re back! Placebo.

Vanguard Online September 23, 2021 0

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And they’re sounding pretty good. Just like they always did

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‘Blue Weekend’ by Wolf Alice- A Treasure Chest of Musical Gems

‘Blue Weekend’ by Wolf Alice- A Treasure Chest of Musical Gems

Heidi Flood June 27, 2021 0

For a band that reached number 2 with their last album ‘Visions of a Life’ which debuted in 2017 and saw them play countless shows including the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, they had a

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Casino Rockets – “Reality Distortion Field” – ‘Mature and fully developed debut’

Casino Rockets – “Reality Distortion Field” – ‘Mature and fully developed debut’

Ross McGibbon June 20, 2021 0

21st May 2021 Mature, developed and thought out. Well, it would be, three years after the band’s debut single. Or would it? This is only the band’s debut album and it is already showing

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‘All The Colours Of You’ by James- A Metaphorical Masterpiece

‘All The Colours Of You’ by James- A Metaphorical Masterpiece

Heidi Flood June 4, 2021 0

James’ 16th studio album ‘All The Colours of You’ is like a piece of artwork in audible form. The band which have seen a 39 year career in the industry have demonstrated how you

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‘Beautiful Beaches’ by James- an upbeat, compelling sound

‘Beautiful Beaches’ by James- an upbeat, compelling sound

Heidi Flood April 27, 2021 0

From James’ 16th studio album ‘All Of The Colours Of You’, the band have released ‘Beautiful Beaches’. The song was written by lead singer Tim Booth as a commentary on climate change migration and

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Wolf Alice announce upcoming third album ‘Blue Weekend’/2022 UK and Ireland tour

Wolf Alice announce upcoming third album ‘Blue Weekend’/2022 UK and Ireland tour

Heidi Flood March 25, 2021 0

Set to be released on 11th June 2021, ‘Blue Weekend’ follows an amass of success for the band Wolf Alice, with them having won the Hyundai Mercury Prize in 2018 as well as a

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DMA’s – “Live At Brixton” – a pre-lockdown treat

DMA’s – “Live At Brixton” – a pre-lockdown treat

Ross McGibbon March 8, 2021 0

INFECTIOUS MUSIC     5th March 2021 I remember the last gig I went to, a couple of days before lockdown and it is nearly a year ago now. Seems like a distant memory. Almost exactly a

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Maximo Park – “Nature Always Wins” – how to keep doing that rock thing after the dizzy days of hedonism and youth

Maximo Park – “Nature Always Wins” – how to keep doing that rock thing after the dizzy days of hedonism and youth

Ross McGibbon February 27, 2021 0

PROLIFICA INC 26th February, 2021 It is sixteen years on from the indie thrill of the debut album and watching Paul Smith do scissor kicks while Duncan Lloyd span and jumped, yet Maximo Park

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‘Who Am I?’ Pale Waves Album Review and lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie Interview- ‘I hope I can be that artist that fans find comfort in and that I never had when I was growing up’

‘Who Am I?’ Pale Waves Album Review and lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie Interview- ‘I hope I can be that artist that fans find comfort in and that I never had when I was growing up’

Heidi Flood February 11, 2021 0

In a world that seems to have stopped turning for almost a year now, it has given everyone time to reflect and think more than ever and lead singer of Pale Waves, Heather Baron-Gracie,

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Kiwi Jr. – “Cooler Returns” – perky playful pop to unlock the lockdown

Kiwi Jr. – “Cooler Returns” – perky playful pop to unlock the lockdown

Ross McGibbon January 27, 2021 0

SUB POP RECORDS 22nd Jan 2021 Charming chiming indie / DIY carries chippy sardonic lyrics through twists and turns in a bravado display of pop chutzpah. What can I add to that? Toronto’s Kiwi

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