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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Society – All That We’ve Become

27 August 2012 |

I would love to start this review with a little bit of information about Society but the truth of the matter is I don’t know anything about them. Google didn’t exactly prove too helpful either – all I managed … Read More

Baked A La Ska – Just Desserts

27 August 2012 |

Baked A La Ska are very, very silly. ‘Just Desserts’ is the second album by this 11-piece ska band, and it’s an eccentric mixture of traditional ska and psychedelic experimentation. It’s weird. It’s crazy. Sometimes it’s too weird and … Read More

The Look – Let It Go

27 August 2012 |

Remember The Look? Didn’t think so. Chances are, however, you will remember (or at least recognise) their 1981 hit ‘I Am The Beat’ – their one and only hit. You see, The Look were a short-lived pop-rock band – one … Read More

Halfway To New York – What a Way To Go

27 August 2012 |

Here’s another dull pop-rock ballad from the simpering sensitive souls that make up Halfway To New York. As familiar as your own reflection, there really isn’t much excuse for the overwhelming blandness of this song. Check out the hopelessly … Read More

Gemma Hayes – Shock To My System

27 August 2012 |

Soft whispery vocals, tinkling bells and light acoustic guitar strumming all combine for this rather insipid affair, reminiscent of Snow Patrol at their most sugary. I can imagine it featuring at the dramatic climax of some dire romantic comedy, … Read More

Wot Gorilla – Kebnekaise

27 August 2012 |

Wot Gorilla? are an indie rock band based in Halifax, England. Their latest album, Kebnekaise (the name of which has possible origins in the tallest mountain in Sweden, Kebnekaise) is due to release on the 27th of August 2012.

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Lisbee Stainton – There You Are

27 August 2012 |

From the start, I couldn’t help but feel a little put off by ‘There You Are’ as a contrived and bland pop ballad. Acoustic guitars, pianos, gentle and regular percussion, and that godawful “happy” synth whoosh and tinkle I … Read More

Dan Friel releases 12″ EP (feat. remix by Peaking Lights) & London show w/ Black Dice

26 August 2012 |

Chicago label Thrill Jockey will be releasing 12″ EP ‘Valedictorian/Exoskeleton’ by former Parts & Labor member Dan Friel.

The release will be out on 15th October 2012 will contain two brand new songs and features two remixes by Peaking … Read More

Tall Ships Unveil New Video & Forthcoming Album Pre-Order Details

26 August 2012 |

This week Tall Ships unveiled the video for current single ‘Gallop’ alongside releasing the pre-order details for their much anticipated debut album ‘Everything Touching’ (out on October 8th 2012 via Big Scary Monsters/Blood and Biscuits).

‘Everything Touching’ can … Read More

Andy Burrows Announces New Album ‘Company’ + Free Download

26 August 2012 |

Andy Burrows (ex-Razorlight/part-time We Are Scientists drummer) will release his solo album, ‘Company’ on Play It Again Sam, on October 22nd 2012. Co-produced by Burrows with Tim Baxter, the album will be preceded by a single ‘Because I Know … Read More