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Daily Archives: 9 April 2012

Trim The Barber – Trim The Barber EP

9 April 2012 |

Taking their cues very much from The Cure circa ‘Seventeen Seconds’, ‘Faith’, and ‘Pornography’, Trim The Barber offer up four tracks of echo-drenched moodiness. Tribal drumming, slow bass and keening guitars all float around on this EP in abundance, … Read More


9 April 2012 |

The Cornshed Sisters are four singer songwriters influenced by the north eastern folk tradition of Tyne and Wear. They comprise Liz Corney (Kenickie), Marie Nixon, Jennie Redmond and Cath Stephens. Their 10 track debut album Tell Tales is co-produced … Read More

The Cribs – Come On, Be a No-One

9 April 2012 |

As one of possibly three people who don’t consider 2009’s Ignore the Ignorant, the album The Cribs made with the assistance of one Mr Johnny Marr, to be a gargantuan waste of time for everyone involved, The Cribs’ second … Read More

The Ghosts – Ghosts

9 April 2012 |

Staggeringly enough, this isn’t the first time a band called Ghosts (ok these guys are called The Ghosts but work with me here) has released a single called Ghosts, the first time it happened as in 2007 with some no-hoper … Read More


9 April 2012 |

Laura Gibson is a Portland, USA folk singer and songwriter who has worked with numerous musicians including Laura Veirs, Danny Seim and Rachel Blumberg. Her single The Fire, released on April 9th, 2012 through City Slang, is taken from … Read More

InMe @ O2 Academy Islington

9 April 2012 |

Special Guests LostAlone

London, 31st March

LostAlone are Gerard Way from My chemical Romance’s favourite band and I have always wondered why, but tonight I can see why he likes them. They have progressed a lot in the last … Read More