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Daily Archives: 20 February 2011

EverythingEverything – Man Alive

20 February 2011 |

Everything Everything are a really surprising new band. Upon listening to Man Alive for the first time, one immediately realize that they are looking for the perfect song, they are in search of the right balance between quality, catchiness … Read More


Win Maybeshewill London Tickets!!

20 February 2011 |

AAAmusic & Mean Fiddler are giving away 2 pairs of tickets for the amazing Maybeshewill gig in London on March 3rd!

For your chance to win simply email – subject line Maybeshewill, … Read More

S.U.N (Scientific Universal Non-commercial) – Universes

20 February 2011 |

If you thought hip-hop was all about misogyny, guns, machismo and an arrogant display of wealth then think again. ‘Universes’ by veteran Hip Hop MC S.U.N injects some sorely needed integrity back into the genre. Full of conscious and … Read More

Drivetime feat. Justin Guarini – What You Won’t Do For Love

20 February 2011 |

Philadelphia based band Drivetime has collaborated with Justin Guarini with an amazing rendition of Bobby Caldwell’s classic ‘What You Wont Do For Love’. The track consists of beautiful jazz instrumentals with a funk twist complimented by the outstanding soulful … Read More

Phoenix Juggernaut – Hustle For Love

20 February 2011 |

First dropped in the summer of 2010 ‘Hustle For Love‘ is the second album by singer/songwriter and producer Bryan Cogshell aka Phoenix Juggernaut. The album is a medley of r&b and soul with some really impressive rhythmic beats.

Although … Read More

The Computers – Group Identity

20 February 2011 |

Exeter’s four-piece The Computers give us a taste of debut album ‘This is The Computers’ with single ‘Group Identity’, coming out on 21st February.

Accompanied by a video recorded in drummer Aidan’s Gran’s house in a rural village in … Read More

Sucioperro – The Reflexes of the Dead EP

20 February 2011 |

To the uninitiated, it’s easy to form an assumption about Sucioperro, an underground Scottish rock band whose front-man, J.P Reid,  plays in the baffling Marmaduke Duke with fellow Scotsman and Biffy Clyro front-man Simon Neil. So I’m not going … Read More