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Daily Archives: 18 October 2010

Micah P Hinson On Tour In Europe Tonight, Announces UK Shows End Of October and Free mp3

18 October 2010 |

Texan alt country singer-songwriter Micah P Hinson kicks off a European tour tonight and has announced a further run of UK dates for the end of October. The new live shows are as below, including a special, rare full band show … Read More

Big Scary Monsters Announce Xmas Tour Headlined By Tall Ships

18 October 2010 |

After a highly successful tour with Maps And Atlases, we can now announce that Tall Ships will be headlining the Big Scary Monster Xmas tour Tall Ships, plus have just made their new EP available for pre-order.

Its been quite a … Read More

Josephine – I Think It Was Love

18 October 2010 |

Manchester-raised Josephine Oniyama has been forging her distinctive sultry jazz soundscape since the tender age of 15 and counts everything from Odetta to Morrissey as an influence. Sultry jazz melodies ooze forth from this EP, a follow up to … Read More

Sophie Mac – The Apples EP

18 October 2010 |

Apples may be conventional in many ways (girl with an acoustic guitar), but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The whole EP has a very natural sound – the fact that it was recorded in a living room rather … Read More

Andrew Bird – Useless Creatures

18 October 2010 |

Useless Creatures is the latest full-length release from Andrew Bird – and the first thing to say that comes to mind is: it’s very interesting. The album is essentially made up of lyric-free, very atmospheric soundscapes, in the vein … Read More

OK GO – Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky – Extra Nice Edition

18 October 2010 |

Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky’ starts off in a way that may be unfamiliar to many OK Go fans, the sound is more experimental than the usual radio friendly rock that they produce. This is certainly not … Read More

Plain White T’S – Wonders Of The Younger

18 October 2010 |

Plain White T’s sudden popularity a few years back was a bit of a fluke – the song that thrust them into the mainstream (Hey There Delilah, in case you were living under a rock in 2007) actually sounds … Read More

The Screening – You Look Much Better In The Dark

18 October 2010 |

The Screening are a four-piece band from Leicester and I cannot avoid to note that this city is generating a very interesting music movement obviously headed by Kasabian. Their debut single “Diem”, was a good piece of indie rock … Read More

Youthless – Golden Age

18 October 2010 |

Hey guys take a look at this brand new wave duo from Portugal: they are Youthless, and aim at conquer UK with their debt single “Golden Age”, a delicious garage – dance – rock mixing DFA 1979, Male Bonding … Read More