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Daily Archives: 24 October 2010

Walls – Gaberdine

24 October 2010 |

Just before the ‘Walls’ go into studio hibernation to work on their 2011 creation of sounds and wonderments for the music sphere, they have left this final Ep, consisting of ‘Gaberdine’ along with four fantastic remixes.

The opener is … Read More

Fuck Dance Let’s Art – Various Artists

24 October 2010 |

‘Fuck Dance Let’s Art’ is a just under seventy minutes worth compilation album of what is arguable the best in current avant-garde esque art music scene in the States, with tracks from the likes of ‘Bear in Heaven’, ‘Crystal … Read More

Cowboy Junkies – Remnin Park

24 October 2010 |

Cowboy Junkies return this week with another dose of their own brand of alternative country rock. If Remnin Park feels familiar, that’s because it is – the band haven’t drastically branched out with this latest offering, instead opting to … Read More

Bibelots – No Other Way Out EP

24 October 2010 |

Hailing from East London, the Bibelots are set to release their second EP No Other Way Out on the 28th of October.

Having only formed two years ago Bibelots have enhanced their unique blend of indie, rock and electro … Read More

Klaxons – Twin Flames

24 October 2010 |

Following on from the release of the band’s second album Surfing The Void in August this year, comes ‘Twin Flames’ – a return to the psychedelic roots of a band that have struggled to produce a record since the whirlwind … Read More

Kings Of Leon score third N.1 album & break digital records!

24 October 2010 |

Kings Of Leon have scored their third number one album in the UK with ‘Come Around Sundown’.

The band’s fifth album sold 183,000 copies in its first week, which is the biggest opening week album sales of the year so … Read More

Wax Tailor – In The Mood For Life

24 October 2010 |

Featuring more “feat.”s than you can shake a stick at, Wax Tailor’s latest release, ‘In The Mood For Life’ is a laid-back, sardonic and – surprisingly for first thing in the morning in my case – very palatable cut … Read More

Bleu – Four

24 October 2010 |

Powerpop is something I’ve never quite pinned down as a particular genre, but I’d hazard a guess that Bleu might be found on the lighter outskirts, blending the sunniest pop-punk sound with Electric Light Orchestra similarities in melody and … Read More

Sensorites – Just because you can

24 October 2010 |

Sensorites may not hail from Merseyside originally but the influence of Liverpool on their music is undeniable. If there is a sound of the city then this is it summing up the feeling of a generation in three undeniably … Read More

South Central – Demons

24 October 2010 |

After a two year break from releasing music, South Central return with ‘Demons’ the first taste of their new album ‘Society Of The Spectacle’ that is set for release in 2011. The best way for me to describe what … Read More