Monthly Archives: September 2012

Richie Sambora – Aftermath Of The Lowdown review

The year is 2012. Richie Sambora has some down time while Bon Jovi aren’t touring as excessively over the past two years, so he has an idea. An idea that he thinks is a good one; to record his third … Continue reading

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Hold The Fight – How Many Times Man, I’m Not Caesar review + video

Eastbourne pop-punk trio Hold The Fight have just released their brand new video for their anthemic, awesome as fuck single How Many Times Man, I’m Not Caesar. Doing the underground punk scene wonders, the single will appeal to fans of … Continue reading

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The Adicts – All The Young Droogs review

It’s already fair to say that since their formation in 1970’s, over the past 30 odd years that The Adicts have reached a legendary, cult punk status in their career. Still going strong on their 9th album and celebrating their … Continue reading

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We Are The Ocean – Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow review

When Dan Brown left We Are The Ocean earlier this year, the band’s future looked bleak. After all, Brown was a big appeal for listeners of We Are The Ocean in the first place – his screamed vocals were a … Continue reading

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Lilygun – S/T review

Somewhere deep down in a murky suburb in London, you’ll find a whole range of different things. There’s probably used needles down some paths, homeless people down another but perhaps even deeper and darker down a certain path you may … Continue reading

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Mutiny On The Bounty – Trials review

From the opening riffs on North Korea right through until the thundering end on Mapping The Universe, finding a band as technical and beautifully crafted as Mutiny On The Bounty will be tough. After a line up revamp last year, … Continue reading

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Now, Now – Threads review

Indie-rock trio Now, Now’s (formerly Now, Now Every Children) sophomore release Threads is simply put: perfect. Their music is dark, eerie and fascinating with Threads proving Now, Now to be not only fantastic songwriters but brilliant musicians too – easily … Continue reading

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