Monthly Archives: November 2011

The King Blues – The Future’s Not What It Used To Be review

If there’s ever been a band without a dull song in their works, then it’s The King Blues. Proving this theory to be true, they have just released their new single The Future’s Not What It Used To Be. The … Continue reading

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I, Said The Spy! – To Those Around Us review

I, Said The Spy!’s latest offering To Those Around Us is what the UK pop-punk scene needs right now. The UK, as always, seems to lack real pop-punk bands who live and breathe the music. But with bands like Save … Continue reading

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Tied To Machines EP mini review

Tied To Machines brand new mini EP is a mix of abrasive punk to get anyone into a pit and beating the living shit out of anyone around them whilst destroying anything in their way. The 3 track EP is … Continue reading

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Black Casino and The Ghost – Falling Into Pieces review

It’s always fairly simple to pigeon hole bands and artists, but to pigeon hole Black Casino and The Ghost isn’t easy. Their debut EP ‘Falling Into Pieces’ is a mix of different rock genres, each one with their own little … Continue reading

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Gouranga – Keep Your Colours review

All too often bands experiment with many different sounds before finding the right one. With Gouranga, this isn’t the case. Mixing grunge, hardcore and stoner rock Gouranga dub themselves as grungecore. They’ve fnally released their debut EP, Keep Your Colours, … Continue reading

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City Reign – Numbers for Street Names review

Manchester is a place with a whole history of music culture attatched to it. The Smiths, Oasis and The Verve to name just a few. This time round however, it’s City Reign who have just released their new EP ‘Numbers … Continue reading

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Sport of Kings – Logic House review

If you like your indie rock soft, melodic and smooth (almost close to some form of jazz indie), then chances are you’ll be head over heels in love with Sport of Kings. If not, don’t bother (unless you have an … Continue reading

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