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DMA’s release their second album ‘For Now’

DMA’s release their second album ‘For Now’

Elsa Anderling April 14, 2018 0

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DMA’S second studio album For Now gets your attention immediately by pulling you into the echoing grunge like sound of the first track of the album, a song with the same title. What strikes

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Embrace, veterans of the centre ground, release album

Embrace, veterans of the centre ground, release album

Vanguard Online March 5, 2018 0

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Choosing a notion that has been with us for millennia for the title of your album is a brave and intriguing choice. It suggests two possibilities, either the musicians are going to provide a marvellously original take on an

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OKLO ‘Acedia’

OKLO ‘Acedia’

Vanguard Online February 28, 2018 0

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Reminds me a little bit of Radiohead from ‘In Rainbows’ onwards, with a bit of trip hop thrown in. Its not really indie is it? What is it? Its in that strange place between

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Pining for the days of the Stone Roses?

Pining for the days of the Stone Roses?

Vanguard Online February 10, 2018 0

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The Calls Lost Art of Romance is reminiscent of the days of  Madchester. The single might as well be called Lost Art of the Stone Roses. Starts with a funky bassline, introduces a ice cool

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Sarcastic ‘Salad’ are back!

Sarcastic ‘Salad’ are back!

Vanguard Online February 8, 2018 0

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They made a minor splash on Steve Lemacq’s debut year on the Evening Session in 1993 with art piece House in Kent. There was a hint of the Britpop in their music, but they were more in line

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Ash are back, and they’ve bought the Undertones with them!

Ash are back, and they’ve bought the Undertones with them!

Vanguard Online February 8, 2018 0

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  Buzzkill sees Ash sounding a bit like a grungey Beach Boys. You know, Weezer, that kind of stuff. Not a million miles away from Jack Names the Planets. The release of the track, given its

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Embrace – Never

Embrace – Never

Vanguard Online January 27, 2018 0

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Its a beautiful track. Not dissimilar to Snow Patrol’s Set The Fire to the Third Bar. EMBRACE recently played a short run of intimate shows, and have now announced a full UK tour for March

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