Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bad Sign – Exit EP review

In their short 18 months together, Croydon trio Bad Sign are getting set to release their brand new EP, Exit, on April 25th. Influenced by fellow Brit rockers Biffy Clyro, Exit is a 5 track EP which reflects the highs, … Continue reading

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To The Chase debut single, “When You Believed”, released April 17th

Hackney indie rockers, To The Chase are to release their first single When You Believed on April 17th from their debut album, Listen Close. The single, which will also include The Return will be the first of 5 singles to … Continue reading

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Shibuya Crossings – At Eight In A Spanish Bar released April 4th

London indie rockers, Shibuya Crossings, are to release their brand new single At Eight In A Spanish Bar on April 4th. It is the second single taken from the forthcoming album DOYA (Depend On Your Alter-Ego) and continues the narrative-driven … Continue reading

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The King Blues live at Relentless Garage, London 12/02/2011 review

Over the past couple of weeks, HMV have put on shows all around London as part of the anual HMV Next Big Thing festival. Tonight at the Relentless Garage in London is political punks The King Blues turn. Accompanying them … Continue reading

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Panic! At The Disco live at Bush Hall, London 08/02/2011 review

It’s been a rough year and a half for Panic! At The Disco. Or more rather, what is left of them. In 2009, bassist Jon Walker and guitarist Ryan Ross walked out on vocalist Brendon Urie and drummer Spencer Smith … Continue reading

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Liam Dullaghan – Making History review

The last few years haven’t been easy on Liam Dullaghan. After leaving behind duo The Havenots, Liam ended up being left homeless and strapped for cash, the singer/song-writer sold all of his guitars and moved in to his parents garage … Continue reading

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Waldner – Found & Lost review

It may seem when listening to David Waldner’s (or Waldner, as is his recording name) Found & Lost, that title name is a bit odd. Maybe it’s because Waldner may well have been lost, but as of now it seems … Continue reading

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