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Mika - Life In Cartoon Motion

Mika - Life In Cartoon Motion

MikaLife In Cartoon MotionAlbum ReviewA blaze of glory surrounded the single release of Grace Kelly and with just cause. A clearly infectious pop sound with vocals to match justified the continuous radio play and industry...

Review posted on 26th March 2007

Kaiser Chiefs - Yours Truly

Kaiser Chiefs - Yours Truly

Kaiser ChiefsYours Truly, Angry MobAlbum ReviewDear music fan,Whilst somewhat resembling marmite the Kaiser Chiefs return with their second album yours truly, angry mob. (YTAM)Now, love them or hate them you have to admit that their...

Review posted on 20th March 2007

The View - Hats Off To The Buskers

The View - Hats Off To The Buskers

The ViewHats Off To The BuskersAlbum Review 'Hats off to the buskers' is the first much anticipated album of 2007 and the anticipation is with just cause. Fans and music industry types alike already knew...

Review posted on 1st February 2007

Ray LaMontagne - Till the sun turns black

Ray LaMontagne - Till the sun turns black

Ray LaMontagneTill the sun turns blackAlbum ReviewAs the summer draws to close and we start looking for our winter warmers, Ray LaMontagne releases his heart warming second album. 'Till the sun turns black' is the...

Review posted on 2nd October 2006

The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger

The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger

The FratellisChelsea DaggerSingle ReviewThe Fratellis have already shown their range with previous single Henrietta and EP, but now on the eve of the release of their full album Costello Music the lads release the rousing...

Review posted on 21st September 2006

The Actions, Featurette

The Actions, Featurette

The Actions FeaturetteThe Actions are somewhat of an unknown quantity here but have been making waves back home in Italy. The pop/rock/indie trio have arrived in England after a glittering unsigned career back home which...

Review posted on 21st September 2006

The Bluetones - The Bluetones

The Bluetones - The Bluetones

The BluetonesThe Bluetones AlbumThis journeying Hounslow troupe must be the band closest to having played every town in the UK. Their eponymous fifth album illuminates the fact that not only are they still toe-to-toe with...

Review posted on 12th September 2006

James Morrison, Interview

James Morrison, Interview

James Morrison is about to take the world by storm and with this musical heat wave we're having, his cooling presence will remind us all what music is really about. His blend of soothing guitar...

Review posted on 28th July 2006

Milburn - Manchester Academy 3

Milburn - Manchester Academy 3

MilburnManchester Academy 318th July 2006Live ReviewMilburn for those who don't know have been labelled by some lazy music journalists as the 'new Artic Monkeys' with an unequivocal similar sound, geographical heritage and verisimilitude for clever...

Review posted on 19th July 2006

The Like - Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

The Like - Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

The LikeAre you thinking what I'm thinking?Album ReviewThe cradle rocks above a musical abyss, and common sense tells us that a bands existence can be but a brief crack of light between two eternities of...

Review posted on 15th June 2006

The Crimea - Tragedy Rocks

The Crimea - Tragedy Rocks

The CrimeaTragedy Rocks WarnerAlbum ReviewTragedy rocks opens with a short piano solo which on a first listen throws you off guard for the way the rest of the album is shaped, But serves as a...

Review posted on 20th October 2005

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Stealing Sheep - Elsewhere, Margate 6.12.2019 Live Review

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Aiko wants to teach us how to find peace in solitude

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Tokyo Tea Room - The Quarterhouse, Folkestone 30.11.2019 Live Review

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Melting Vinyl brought local talent to the fore as it showcased a set by Tokyo Tea Room on the day of their latest EP release, 'Dream Room'.

Upcoming releases: What's on our playlist for December 2019?

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Feeder - Rock City, Nottingham 20.11.2019 Live Review

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For the Nottingham date of Feeder's Tallulah tour, you just know before it even starts that it's going to be a banging show.

Holy Moly & The Crackers - The Studio at The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury 31.11.2019 Live Review

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