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The Maccabees - Colour It In

The Maccabees - Colour It In

The MaccabeesColour It InAlbum Review The Maccabees release their debut album entitled Colour It In. Flying the flag for the Brighton massive The Maccabees will be trying to change the typical Kooks/Brighton association, with this...

Review posted on 16th April 2007

Fall Out Boy - Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

Fall Out Boy - Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

Fall Out BoyThnks Fr Th Mmrs Single ReviewA weird combination really, who would of thought that the likes of Fall Out Boy would be working with the likes of Babyface and even having someone like...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Help She Can't Swim - Hospital Drama

Help She Can't Swim - Hospital Drama

Help She Can't SwimHospital DramaSingle ReviewSouthampton based Help She Can't Swim are one of the bands to look out for. Help She Can't Swim have a wide range of different sounding songs unlike their fellow...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Lavender Diamond - Open Your Heart

Lavender Diamond - Open Your Heart

Lavender DiamondOpen Your Heart Single ReviewLavender Heart has certainly packed more or less all of their eggs in one basket in the sense of their new Single Open Your Heart. Not only are we treated...

Review posted on 10th April 2007

Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm

Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm

Arctic MonkeysBrianstormSingle ReviewIt has only been a short space of time, but the Arctic Monkeys are back even though they actually wanted to be back earlier. Originally the band were hoping to have their second...

Review posted on 26th March 2007

Charlotte Hatherley - The Deep Blue

Charlotte Hatherley - The Deep Blue

Charlotte HatherleyThe Deep BlueAlbum ReviewIt is difficult to believe that Ash have parted company with Charlotte Hatherley. She has already got over the first hurdle of releasing a debut album Grey Will Fade. This had...

Review posted on 26th March 2007

Earlies - The Enemy Chorus

Earlies - The Enemy Chorus

EarliesThe Enemy ChorusAlbum ReviewIt is always interesting when a group of people from two different countries get together and collaborate in some shape or form, this collaboration is The Enemy Chorus by The Earlies. It...

Review posted on 26th March 2007

Los Campesinos - Throw Knives / Don't Tell Me To Do The Math

Los Campesinos - Throw Knives / Don't Tell Me To Do The Math

Los CampesinosThrow Knives / Don't Tell Me To Do The Math Single Review Los Campesinos release their debut double a-sided single, We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives / Don't Tell Me To Do The Math(s)...

Review posted on 19th March 2007

Voxtrot - Trouble

Voxtrot - Trouble

VoxtrotTroubleSingle ReviewVoxtrot's latest single is called Trouble. The bizarre thing about Voxtrot releasing this is the B side reached no. 4 in the Billboard Maxi Singles Chart sandwiched between Beyonce and Nelly Furtado,which, let's face...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Tiny Dancers - I Will Wait For You

Tiny Dancers - I Will Wait For You

Tiny Dancers I Will Wait For You Single ReviewI Will Wait For You is the new track to come from Tiny Dancers. They introduce sounds to their music that they seem to of pluck from...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Scissor Sisters - She's My Man

Scissor Sisters - She's My Man

Scissor SistersShe's My ManSingle ReviewIf Sean out of Coronation Street was ever asked to name his favourite band at this moment in time, the odds are he would say Scissor Sisters. That's correct guys and...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Operahouse - The Man Next Door

Operahouse - The Man Next Door

OperahouseThe Man Next DoorSingle ReviewNew boys Operahouse are set to release their debut single The Man Next Door. These guys are an exciting new prospect, who when asked what there sound was replied, 'Opera in...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Los Campesinos, Live Review

Los Campesinos, Live Review

Los CampesinosThe Social, Nottingham1st March 2007Live ReviewAfter three years of hard graft, course work, work experience and endless revision. Los Campesinos have exchanged, hidden and sold their studying book s for guitars, drums and a...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

I Was A Cub Scout - I Hate Nightclubs

I Was A Cub Scout - I Hate Nightclubs

I Was A Cub ScoutI Hate NightclubsSingle ReviewI Was A Cub Scout are one of the latest up and coming sensations & with that, a breath of fresh air. I Was A Cub Scout have...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Good Shoes - Think Before You Speak

Good Shoes - Think Before You Speak

Good ShoesThink Before You SpeakAlbum ReviewBrille Records - 26/03/07Good Shoes are set to release their debut album Think Before You Speak. With the length of time that it has taken for the release of this...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

The Bluetones - Surrendered

The Bluetones - Surrendered

The BluetonesSurrenderedSingle ReviewOn the back of a seventeen-date tour The Bluetones are set to release their new single Surrendered. It seems that after years of banging out mediocre tracks, now The Bluetones have found their...

Review posted on 14th March 2007

Kubicheck! - Enough

Kubicheck! - Enough

Kubichek! Not – Enough – Night. Album ReviewIf you haven’t already, tune your ears to these four young lads from the North East. The best way to describe these guys ironically is a cross between...

Review posted on 1st March 2007

Kubichek - Dirty Tux & Violet Hill, Mansfield Town Mill

Kubichek - Dirty Tux & Violet Hill, Mansfield Town Mill

Kubichek! Dirty Tux & Violet HillMansfield Town Mill24/02/07Live ReviewOn 24th February the Nottingham live Drowned In Sound team expanded their live shows to Mansfield. The pressure was always going to be on for the three...

Review posted on 1st March 2007

The All New Adventures Of U - St Crispin's Got Our Backs / The Art Of The High Five

The All New Adventures Of U - St Crispin's Got Our Backs / The Art Of The High Five

The All New Adventures Of U St Crispin's Got Our Backs / The Art Of The High FiveSingle ReviewThink of every instrument that you can and this band uses it, in short glockenspiels, casiotones, mandolins,...

Review posted on 20th February 2007

Jamie T - Nottingham University

Jamie T - Nottingham University

Jamie T. & The MaccabeesNottingham University31st January 2007.Live ReviewWhat was more or less going to be a sell out especially with the fact that no one is bothered about watching Arsenal kids take on Spurs...

Review posted on 20th February 2007

Leave The Capital - Matchsticks

Leave The Capital - Matchsticks

Leave The CapitalMatchsticksSingle ReviewThere is a big buzz going around this band that has already been compared with the likes of Elbow and Doves. Yet they are only just about to release their debut Single!...

Review posted on 31st January 2007

Newton Faulkner - UFO EP

Newton Faulkner - UFO EP

Newton FaulknerUFO EPEP ReviewNow it is to a ginger dreadlock Acoustic guitar singer/songwriter who is known as Newton Faulkner. The problem with the music world of today is that Looks are as important as talent,...

Review posted on 31st January 2007

Hinder - Extreme Behavior

Hinder - Extreme Behavior

HinderExtreme BehaviorAlbum ReviewHinder try to base themselves with some of the other known rockers, such as the mighty Guns n' Roses, and try to demonstrate their own style and interpretation to what can only be...

Review posted on 31st January 2007

The Cooper Temple Clause - Make This Your Own

The Cooper Temple Clause - Make This Your Own

The Cooper Temple Clause, Make This Your Own Album Review Reading noise terrorists lose bassist and edge? No, not the guitarist for messiah-rock dullards U2, but the thing that made them dangerous. Yeah, that's right,...

Review posted on 29th January 2007

The Good The Bad and the Queen - The Bad and the Queen

The Good The Bad and the Queen - The Bad and the Queen

The Good, The Bad and the Queen, The Good, The Bad and the Queen Album Review Supergroup is a term that's bandied around a lot these days, often quite undeservingly, I mean, Audioslave and Velvet...

Review posted on 29th January 2007

Little Man Tate - About What You Know

Little Man Tate - About What You Know

Little Man TateAbout What You KnowAlbum ReviewLittle Man Tate have enjoyed coming through the ranks and gaining some of the limelight that has shone through from the success of The Kooks and Arctic Monkeys. They...

Review posted on 24th January 2007

Pull Tiger Tail - Mr 100 Percent

Pull Tiger Tail - Mr 100 Percent

Pull Tiger Tail Mr 100 PercentSingle ReviewPull Tiger Tail is an interesting name why that name who knows? All that is known about this trio is that they like tigers!! Panic At The Disco! are...

Review posted on 24th January 2007

Bromheads Jacket - Dits From The Commuter Belt

Bromheads Jacket - Dits From The Commuter Belt

Bromheads JacketDits From The Commuter BeltAlbum ReviewIt always makes you a bit wary when there is a lot of hype around a band, the pressure of their ever-growing fan base who once heard a few...

Review posted on 24th January 2007

The Enemy - It's Not OK

The Enemy - It's Not OK

The EnemyIt's Not OkSingle ReviewSomeone once said "keep your friends close, and your enemies closer", well that will be the case once you have heard 'It's Not OK' which is to come from The Enemy....

Review posted on 24th January 2007

Fall Out Boy - This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race

Fall Out Boy - This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race

Fall Out BoyThis Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms RaceSingle ReviewFall Out Boy are back (not that it feels like they have been away) with their new Single This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms...

Review posted on 24th January 2007

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