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Daily Archives: 10 July 2011

Crookers pres. Dr. Gonzo – The Gonzo Anthem E.P.

10 July 2011 |

If you like listening to alternative/psychedelic music, here is what you have to listen: The Gonzo Anthem, a three tracks e.p., each track different from the other, like you think you understood what kind of tune is at the … Read More

Boxes – Throw Your Stones

10 July 2011 |

Boxes are a new South East London indie band with a sub genre that some describe as “electro lo fi”.

Think of The Postal Service, Bright Eyes and The Killers and you’re probably in the right direction.

Debut single … Read More

Our Lost Infantry – My God, It’s Full Of Stars / Vessels

10 July 2011 |

To coincide with a performance on the BBC Introducing Stage at this year’s T In The Park, Our Lost Infantry will be releasing  the couplet ‘My God, It’s Full Of Stars’/’Vessels’ on July 8th, 2011.

Our Lost Infantry, a … Read More

Enter Shikari – Quelle Surprise

10 July 2011 |

This is the new single from the metal group “Entri Shikari – Quelle Surprise” Overall it sounds really powerful, because of the guitar riffs and the screaming vocals. Quelle Surprise – this is the clean version. It is the first … Read More

Tall Ships – Hit The Floor

10 July 2011 |

Overall the single by “Tall Ships – Hit The Floor” is really powerful with some nice rocky indie parts and the other song on the single is a slow indie songs. Hit The Floor – starts of with a … Read More

Longevity – Tantrum

10 July 2011 |

The EP by Longevity – Tantrum it is really nice. The beats and the ethnic routs bring you to a spiritual side. Tantrum – Is a hip hop song, with an indian influence. The bass line they use drives … Read More

VAN SUSANS – We Could Be Scenery

10 July 2011 |

Despite the polished sound, We Could Be Scenery is London/Bromley sextet Van Susans’ debut EP. And considering the young nature of the band, and the fact this is their first recording experience, the EP shows real promise.

Van Susans are … Read More

Marina Celeste – The Angel Pop

10 July 2011 |

Ethereal, dreamlike, and both bewildering and bewilderingly appealing, Marina Celeste’s hour-long release ‘The Angel Pop’ somehow manages to feel awkward, yet spread enough gossamer dazzle to charm listeners.

 

‘Beds Are Burning’ is doubtless going to turn a few … Read More

The Vickers – Fine For Now

10 July 2011 |

Oh dear, it is indeed summer: we’re being inundated with rather twee upbeat pop rock albums ready for balmy evenings with friends and lovers and socially-acceptable levels of alcohol. The Vickers’ ‘Fine For Now’ is a fine specimen of … Read More

Goodluck Jonathan – This Is Our Way Out

10 July 2011 |

There’s a weird mesmeric quality to Goodluck Jonathan’s ‘This Is Our Way Out’. Compiling the three EPs they have released into a full album-sized tracklisting, they blend the tropes of indie rock with a bleak, almost apocalyptic artistry that … Read More