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Justice - Waters Of Nazareth

Justice - Waters Of Nazareth

Justice Waters Of Nazareth Single ReviewA selection of original compositions, and remixes of other artists, this is an intriguing package. The worlds of electro and electronica are so often faceless ones, with a reliance on...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Billy Bragg - Volume 1

Billy Bragg - Volume 1

Billy BraggVolume 1Album ReviewAs a contemporary British social icon, Billy Bragg is up there with strong tea, miserable weather and queues in post offices. This retrospective boxed set covers some of his earliest work, together...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Engerica - There Are No Happy Endings

Engerica - There Are No Happy Endings

Engerica There Are No Happy Endings Album ReviewEngerica are a real enigma. They seem to have the ability to blur genre boundaries with a single riff. Just when you think you've got them pegged as...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

The Rifles - Repeated Offender

The Rifles - Repeated Offender

The RiflesRepeated OffenderSingle ReviewA very British offering here from The Rifles. Picture a collaborative partnership between the Jam and Madness and you're pretty much there. Sadly the best bits of both appear to have been...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Hurt - Vol 1

Hurt - Vol 1

Hurt Vol 1Album ReviewIt's nice to hear music with a sense of depth and gravity. So it is with this offering from Hurt. This is a subtle blend of heavy grooves, with dark overtones. The...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Evans Blue - The Melody & The Energetic Nature of Volume

Evans Blue - The Melody & The Energetic Nature of Volume

Evans BlueThe Melody & The Energetic Nature of Volume Album ReviewA fine selection of dark, angst-driven rock from Evans Blue. If you had never heard A Perfect Circle, you would be pleased to have discovered...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

The Fallout Trust - Washout

The Fallout Trust - Washout

The Fallout Trust Washout Single ReviewAngular, sparkly pop rock seems to be The Fallout Trust's weapon of choice. Amazing pop sensibilities litter the choruses, whilst staccato guitars drive the verses. Falsetto vocals and harmonies work...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Augustana - All the Stars and Boulevards

Augustana - All the Stars and Boulevards

Augustana All the Stars and Boulevards Album ReviewA well packaged collection of fairly non-descript alt-rock. Although the songs are well structured, and the voice holds that plaintive mix of pleading angst and gentle tenderness, there...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

The Breaks co-op - the sound inside

The Breaks co-op - the sound inside

The Breaks co-opthe sound insideGiven that the talents of UK Radio 1's Zane Lowe are normally to be found spinning the tunes, rather than writing them, the fact that he is involved with the Break...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

Yellowcard - Lights and Sounds

Yellowcard - Lights and Sounds

YellowcardLights and SoundsAlbum ReviewA selection of insanely hooky, punk-tinged pop-rock from Yellowcard. This sounds and feels very American in its production and is unlikely to really offend anyone. If you like your pop punky, or...

Review posted on 14th March 2006

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Feet - Ramsgate Music Hall 25.11.2019 Live Review

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Feet are mid-tour and promoting their debut album, and tonight they played Ramsgate Music Hall with support from local band Malpractice.

Lucy Spraggan - The Booking Hall, Dover 18.10.2019 Live Review

Lucy Spraggan - The Booking Hall, Dover 18.10.2019 Live Review

Famed for performing one of her own songs as her opening gambit on The X Factor, Lucy Spraggan rocked up at the Booking Hall as part of her UK and...

Mark Lanegan - Somebody's Knocking Album Review

Mark Lanegan - Somebody's Knocking Album Review

After nearly thirty years since his first solo record Mark Lanegan has just released one of his very best and there's not many artists who can claim...

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Mallory Knox - The Booking Hall, Dover 12.10.2019 Live Review

Mallory Knox - The Booking Hall, Dover 12.10.2019 Live Review

For the first, and almost certainly last, time Cambridge indie rockers Mallory Knox performed at The Booking Hall in Dover.

Starcrawler - Devour You Album Review

Starcrawler - Devour You Album Review

'Devour You' is a fantastic follow up to Starcrawler's debut album and represents a move on in terms of sound and, in part, direction.

Salvation Jayne - The Quarterhouse, Folkestone 4.10.2019 Live Review

Salvation Jayne - The Quarterhouse, Folkestone 4.10.2019 Live Review

Salvation Jayne's third birthday bash was a riot of colour and a celebration of a band very much enjoying what they do.

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