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Daily Archives: 26 September 2010


26 September 2010 |

If Friedrich Nietzsche had a point when he said “That which does not kill us makes us stronger”, Pure Reason Revolution are proof of that with their third album. They are also proof that a band can be influenced … Read More

Seerauber Jenny – Push It Away/Waste of Time

26 September 2010 |

Seerauber Jenny is the brainchild of Brighton born Fran Barker along with former Mint Royale man Neil Claxton and if anything, it’s definitely interesting. Coming across like an introspective, synthy Arcade Fire, Push It Away pushes a frantically strummed … Read More

Dinosaur Pile Up – Mona Lisa

26 September 2010 |

Ok, I’ve never made a secret of my love for Leeds grungers Dinosaur Pile Up, they can do no wrong in my mind. They have the right mix of irreverent humour, kick ass riffs, Sebadoh Heaviness and Ash melodies … Read More

The Duke & The King – Long Live The Duke and The King

26 September 2010 |

The follow-up to 2009’s Nothing Gold Can Stay, Long Live The Duke and The King may be a little less mellow than it’s predecessor, but nevertheless retains the understated feel The Duke and The King specialise in. While opener … Read More

Tokyo Police Club – Bambi

26 September 2010 |

‘Bambi‘ is the latest single from the Tokyo Police Club, and it is awesome. ‘Bambi’ is a sweet 2:25 track of electronic indie. The vocals reminded me a little of Brandon Flowers, only less melancholy, and the synthesised keys … Read More

The Crookes – Dreams of another day EP

26 September 2010 |

‘Backstreet Lovers’, the opener of the ‘Dreams of Another Day EP’ from ‘The Crookes’, was lovely and created the image of The Smiths without so much melancholy, leaving behind the soft romantic lyrics and indie pop instrumental.

‘Somewhere Over … Read More

DD/MM/YYYY – Black Square

26 September 2010 |

‘Black Square’ is the debut album from Toronto hailed ‘DD/MM/YYYY’. The album starts with the track ‘Bronzeage’, which throws you into the deep end of the ‘DD/MM/YYYY’ sound, showing there sublimely unique, experimental, punk influenced, electric sound.

The second … Read More

Aloe Blacc – Good Things

26 September 2010 |

‘Good Things’ is the latest album from Californian born Aloe Blacc, and it is wonderful. I instantly feel in love with this album within the first 20 seconds of the opening track ‘I Need A Dollar’, mainly due to … Read More

Foxy Shazam – Oh Lord

26 September 2010 |

Oh Lord is the latest release from up and coming American group Foxy Shazam, following Unstoppable as the newest single to be taken from their forthcoming self-titled third album. Although only a relatively young band, Foxy Shazam have already … Read More

The Xcerts – Young (belane)

26 September 2010 |

Rock and roll. It’s a beautiful thing, and anyone who says differently needs to have a long think about how meaningful their lives are. Thing is though, it’s becoming rare in todays musical landscape for four teenagers to sling … Read More