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Monthly Archives: February 2012

GARBAGE ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM on MAY 14th / TOUR DATES

1 February 2012 |

GARBAGE ANNOUNCE FIRST NEW ALBUM 

IN SEVEN YEARS

 

NOT YOUR KIND OF PEOPLE TO BE RELEASED ON BAND’S OWN LABEL ON MAY 14, 2012

 

GARBAGE ANNOUNCE FIRST ROUND 

OF TOUR DATES

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Phase 180 Unveil ‘Fingers’

1 February 2012 |

Fresh from the South Coast of England, here comes Phase 180 with their stunning debut single “Fingers“.

Produced with the legendary K-Warren (Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, Gabrielle, Lil Wayne, Eternal) “, Fingers” conjures up all the elements of a … Read More

The Darkness – Free Download To Say Thank You To Fans

1 February 2012 |

DANDY ROCKERS THE DARKNESS DECLARE ‘NOTHING’S GONNA STOP US’ – FREE DOWNLOAD TO SAY THANK YOU TO FANS

 

Ending months of speculation and bated breath, on 1st February 2012 The Darkness will unveil the first fruits of their … Read More

Black Hats announce debut single ‘Kick in the Doors’

1 February 2012 |

Hailing from Witney in Oxfordshire, Black Hats are Ian Budd (Bass & Vocals), Nick Breakspear (Guitar & Vocals) and Mark Franklin (Drums & Vocals). Having spent the last 18 months earning a reputation on the vibrant and competitive Oxford music scene, the band are now ready … Read More

Mark Lanegan – Blues Funeral

1 February 2012 |

We missed his gravelly, smothering, and growling pitch, not to mention his dark and obsessive lyrics. After the too much overlooked Hawk, third chapter of the as unlikely as well-made collaboration with Isobel Campbell, Blues Funeral is a new … Read More

Dance At My Wedding – Cornshed Sisters

1 February 2012 |

On first listen to this song I didn’t know what to expect but I was very quickly wowed. Beautiful, emotional vocals against the bittersweet acoustic guitar and piano make for a lovely combination. But what I was even more … Read More

Cloud Nothings – Attack on Memory

1 February 2012 |

Attack on Memory by the Cloud Nothings opens with the melancholia and angst of No Future/No past and unfortunately for many this doesn’t change as you progress through the album. It feels easy to dismiss straight off as the … Read More