Category Archives: Single review

Lynchpyn – Drop The Blade review

There’s very little to say about Lynchpyn’s debut two track release, Drop The Blade, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Having formed this year, the band decided to jump right in at the deep end and record a couple … 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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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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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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Crowleys Tears – Number 5 review

Crowleys Tears play “psy-indie-rock tunes for the children of the revolution…” according to their Facebook and their latest tune, Number 5, is a mix of a load of genres creating an interesting sound. There’s a pinch of hard rock with … Continue reading

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The Ex Senators – Start A Fight review

For many, many years now artists and bands have taken the blue collar rock sound and made it their own. From Guthrie to Bragg, Dylan to Springsteen – these are some of rock n’ rolls working class heroes. So, take … Continue reading

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Cheerleaders – Puzzles review

Everywhere you look today, indie bands flood the music industry. Some loathe it and some love it. There are some people who’s ears literally explode when hearing any indie song. But whether you like it or not, it’s hard to … Continue reading

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