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Ma Jolie – …Compared To Giants review

Despite it having come out over a year ago, Ma Jolie’s debut record …Compared To Giants is one that seems to have slipped under the radar for a fair amount of people. But with a vinyl release coming out on … Continue reading

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Gillian Carter – Lost Ships Sinking With The Sunset review

You’llĀ  be hard pressed to find a genre that is more bleak and dark then screamo in 2013. Not that there’s anything wrong with that though – sometimes the bleakest records are the best. The raw emotion seeps through and … Continue reading

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Her Parents – Happy Birthday review

When everybody thinks back to their school days, more often than not they think of happy times and all their classmates who they once knew and the friends they made for life. It’s at that point that someone says “Do … Continue reading

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Eager Teeth – S/T review

Eager Teeth have barely even broken into the UK scene as a band yet but they must be doing something right. Releasing their debut self-titled record on A Wolf At Your Door is merely the start of what is set … Continue reading

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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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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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