Monthly Archives: March 2013

Fights & Fires – We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow review

Since the release of their previous album, Proof That Ghosts Exist, Fights & Fires have been hard at work over the past two years. Touring relentlessly all over Europe and writing and recording their sophomore release, it’s been a busy … Continue reading

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Nai Harvest – Whatever review

It might be a bit early to award a record with the title “Album Of The Year” seeing as we’re only 1/4 of the way through 2013, but it will be surprising if there’s a better release than Nai Harvest’s … Continue reading

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Disembarked – I Do Nothing But Regret The Fact I Left review

There’s a reason why Dog Knights have been banging on for ages about Disembarked’s new EP and that’s for the simple reason that it is, in short, fucking amazing. I Do Nothing But Regret The Fact I Left is the … Continue reading

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What-a-Nights – S/T review

If laughing is a universal language that everybody can understand, then punk rock is evidently the musical equivalent. When one thinks of Japanese music, then J-Pop could well be the first thing that comes to mind – with such a … Continue reading

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Coastline – Taken Under review

There’s evidently something quite special about Coastline. It’s hard to put a finger on it, but there’s something rooted deep within them that makes them shine brighter and stand out from the rest. Whatever it is they have, they’ve put … Continue reading

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Neck Deep – A History of Bad Decisions review

If you’re not already familiar with Neck Deep, then it’s about time you should be. Coming straight from Wrexham and playing The Story So Far-esque pop-punk, Neck Deep are on the verge of becoming one of the UK’s best new … Continue reading

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