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‘She’s my Religion’ by Pale Waves- A Devout Love Song

‘She’s my Religion’ by Pale Waves- A Devout Love Song

Heidi Flood December 18, 2020 0

Similar to their recent single ‘Change’, Pale Waves’ latest single ‘She’s my Religion’ explores an avenue within the theme of love that isn’t always so heavily delved into. As lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie sings

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‘How Was Your Day?- Beabadoobee’s atmospheric love song

‘How Was Your Day?- Beabadoobee’s atmospheric love song

Heidi Flood October 11, 2020 0

Beabadoobee’s latest single in the run up to debut album ‘Fake It Flowers’, ‘How Was Your Day?’, is a soothing acoustic love song, further demonstrating Bea’s musical talents that she has previously shown through

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Spearmint – “Are You From The Future?” – clever pop, big tunes, this band is a hidden gem

Spearmint – “Are You From The Future?” – clever pop, big tunes, this band is a hidden gem

Ross McGibbon October 29, 2019 0

hitBACK 1 November 2019 Quality, clever pop is always welcome and that is what Spearmint have here. A mature and wise pop, like a longer-in-the-tooth Pulp and part of the British tradition that holds

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Caro Emerald / Cambridge

Caro Emerald / Cambridge

Angela Smith October 21, 2018 0

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 Caro Emerald makes a sold-out return to Cambridge Corn Exchange Almost half way through her twenty-two date UK tour, Caro Emerald once again performs to a sold-out Cambridge Corn Exchange. The Dutch, multi-platinum selling vocalist brings her

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Nile Rodgers & CHIC / Newmarket

Nile Rodgers & CHIC / Newmarket

Angela Smith August 19, 2018 0

Angela Smith
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Party time with Nile Rodgers & CHIC!   Spanning four decades of music, Nile Rodgers and Chic brought the party to Newmarket last Friday.The two Amazing vocalists who make the who bring the ‘Chic’ to the

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El Goodo – “By Order of the Moose”   There is plenty of space in the world for well-crafted, beaty pop songs

El Goodo – “By Order of the Moose”   There is plenty of space in the world for well-crafted, beaty pop songs

Ross McGibbon September 1, 2017 0

Strangetown Records                   8th September, 2017 The sixties have never been more present than now (except the actual Sixties, that is). Thankfully this is an idealised Sixties, as opposed to the real decade, which was

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Blistering Pop Punk On Debut EP From Upcoming Quartet Reckless Intentions

Blistering Pop Punk On Debut EP From Upcoming Quartet Reckless Intentions

Luna Madden July 12, 2017 0

With a list of influences spanning the headiest heights of punk and rock royalty, from legends such as Green Day, the Foo Fighters and The Clash, through to modern day masters such as All Time Low

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Me and the Bees – Menos Mal is a summery sweet garage indie sixties throw-back and I love it

Me and the Bees – Menos Mal is a summery sweet garage indie sixties throw-back and I love it

Ross McGibbon April 12, 2017 0

LA CASTANYA RECORDS            7th April, 2007 Reasons to love this record are many: It sounds like it was recorded in a garage in the sixties. It has a rinky-tink organ. It carries the slacker

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Gringo Star – “The Sides And In Between” is a joyful, whistling, lo-fi slice of modern psych-pop

Gringo Star – “The Sides And In Between” is a joyful, whistling, lo-fi slice of modern psych-pop

Ross McGibbon August 21, 2016 0

NEVADO MUSIC                                        26th August 2016 I’m loving this more than more famous comparators like Tame Impala. Peddling the modern psych interpretation, Gringo Star manage to be simply approachable at the same time as being

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