Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Veer Union – Bitter End review + new album out 26th March!

The Veer Union’s brand new single Bitter End is hitting all the right notes and chords with their fans and with the release of their new album Divide The Blackended Sky Out 26th March, the band are sure to become … Continue reading

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Frozen Rope – I Can’t Hide single review

Whether you like it or not, for better or worse, grunge pioneers Pearl Jam released arguably one of the best grunge albums (or just flat out rock albums) ever in 1991 with their debut Ten. Yes, over 20 years ago … Continue reading

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Lazlo – I’m The Man/Venus EP review

Dubbed as the punk intellectual who talks to the animals, Lazlo aka Dr. Dooalot is a self-proclaimed farmyard punk singer. From his base at his own zoo outside Budapest, it’s hard to find anyone with the same style or etiquette … Continue reading

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Baby Blue – Earthquake (single) review

Hailing from Italy, it’s quite clear that there’s no shortage off riffage in Baby Blue’s repertoire. Their stunning new single Earthquake is a foot stomping, head banging rock hit which is shows just why they have been taking over Italy … Continue reading

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Skint & Demoralised – This Sporting Life review

If Morrissey ever smiled or sung happy songs in the days of The Smiths, then he probably would have written something similar to Skint & Demoralised’s This Sporting Life. He didn’t though and if you ever see Morrissey with a … Continue reading

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Maker – Mirrors review

Coming straight from the same punk scene as bands like A Loss For Words and Such Gold, it’s no surprise that Maker’s latest offering, Mirrors, is a fantastic record. Mixing their punk with the 90s emo sound, Maker do just … Continue reading

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Sea Is For Sailors – Forward Forewarn review

Solo records. Some are just downright piss poor. Some people have the talent to play everything themselves and some just don’t – it’s not exactly an easy feat, let’s face it. For the sake of all things fucking brilliant, Sammy … Continue reading

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