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Daily Archives: 2 July 2012

Finalists prepare for Live and Unsigned National Final at The O2!

2 July 2012 |

Bands and solo acts from across the country are gearing up for the culmination of months of hard work, as the National Grand Final of Live and Unsigned draws closer and closer. The achievement comes after succeeding in live heats … Read More

Jacques Brel – Dead Belgian

2 July 2012 |

There’s little more satisfying than hearing a band take another artists work and make it their own but still staying true to the original artist. This is something that Dead Belgian have done with Jacques Brel’s music. I’ve often … Read More

Blur: The Puritan & Under The Westway – official lyric videos

2 July 2012 |

In case you missed it…  This evening, from the rooftop of their west London studio, Blur performed two brand new songs via a worldwide live video stream.  Filmed and streamed completely live, the two new songs are “Under The … Read More

PERIPHERY – “Periphery II” Digital Release Today

2 July 2012 |

DUE FOR RELEASE DIGITALLY 2nd JULY 2012 PHYSICAL CD RELEASE 16TH JULY (CD + LTD DIGI PAK – INCLS. EXCLUSIVE BONUS TRACKS)

Century Media Records earlier this month, welcomed Washington DC based PERIPHERY to the CM family as licensing … Read More

Mosman Alder – Burn Bright

2 July 2012 |

First it was post-hardcore. I’d become used to having some bunch of Essex boys with a Reuben fixation show up in my email inbox every Monday or Tuesday, waiting to have my critical eye cast on their first, fleeting … Read More

Firefly – Lightships

2 July 2012 |

Firefly’s new album Lightships is a compelling mix of country, classical and indie. Their unique breed of folk is tinged with baroque shades and sounds fantastic, in the true sense of the word. Opener I Feel is a real … Read More

Hilltop Hoods – Drinking From The Sun

2 July 2012 |

This new album from Hilltop Hoods is a cut above your bog-standard hip hop. It lacks some of the wit and intelligence to be found in some of the best examples of the genre, and occasionally has that irritating … Read More