Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Tale of Two Cities – New Horizons EP review

If there’s anything that A Tale Of Two Cities are short of, it’s certainly not huge, anthemic songs. On their latest EP, New Horizons, there’s rarely a dull moment – with melodies and hooks in the vein of Deaf Havana, … Continue reading

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City Reign – Ahead Of Ideas review

It’s hard to find any new comparisons for City Reign on their latest single. Taking inspiration from a mass of indie and alternative acts both old and new, they’ve certainly released a cracking single in Ahead Of Ideas. “Tread gently … Continue reading

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Charlie Played Cello – Red review

Some people may be interested to know that there is neither anybody called Charlie or any cellos within Charlie Played Cello’s music. But then all terrible jokes aside, the music is what really matters here and as long as the … Continue reading

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MXPX – Aces Up

Punk rock legends MXPX have recently released a video for their new single, Aces Up taken from their latest record Plans Within Plans. The band (who are also celebrating their 20th anniversary) have also released Aces Up on a split … Continue reading

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Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet film review

The story of Jason Becker is one of sadness, despair and tragedy. But above all, it’s about triumph. He might not be a household name but Jason Becker certainly is a cult hero in the rock and metal scene. In … Continue reading

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Miss Vincent – No One Knew review

With their youthful looks and baby faces, Miss Vincent could almost fool people with their mature sound. The fresh faced trio look barely out of their teens but as they kickstart their career in 2012, there’s something evidently quite special … Continue reading

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Detached – Finding Time review

Many people wouldn’t normally associate punk with being able to get you up on your feet and dancing around like a lunatic, but it’s quite clear that those people have ignored the whole “ska punk” sub genre. It’s not like … Continue reading

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