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Daily Archives: 3 September 2012

Chew Lips – Hurricane

3 September 2012 |

Hurricane is the new single from dance-pop duo, Chew Lips. It’s a vibrant piece of pop, the sort you’d imagine played at clubs, parties and discos. It’s the kind of song that has the energy to be the perfect … Read More

Marcus Foster – Worn Down By Time

3 September 2012 |

Marcus Foster is a British singer-songwriter whose debut album, Nameless Path received great praise from critics and fans alike. His new single, Worn Down By Time, is a preview to his new mini album, The Last House. The single … Read More

We Are Augustines – Book Of James / Philadelphia

3 September 2012 |

The following two tracks are by the band ‘We are Augustines’. The two tracks, Philadelphia (The City of Brotherly Love) and The Book of James are of a light rock genre.

The vocalist has a baritone-tenor range, with a … Read More

Mode Moderne – Strange Bruises

3 September 2012 |

Right off the bat, only fans of a certain popular Manchester beat combo need apply for this E.P. Mode Moderne have an… interesting sound that is essentially based on taking this popular Manchester beat combo’s back catalogue and, when … Read More

Alberta Cross – Songs of Patience

3 September 2012 |

I won’t be letting any profound secrets of Rock and Roll out the bag if I tell you that second albums are a very, very tricky business. If I have a license to Rock then I strongly doubt that … Read More

Metronomy – Late Night Tales

3 September 2012 |

The latest in the Late Night Tales series, one dedicated to our favourite artists’ late-night soundtracks, is compiled by Metronomy and its main man Joseph Mount. The Mercury Prize-nominated band’s compilation tiptoes its way from pop experimentation through to … Read More

House of Hats – Rivers Will Run

3 September 2012 |

After a superb opening track, this new EP from House of Hats sadly goes downhill thanks to an over-reliance on sentimental ballads and unimaginative, repetitive songwriting. The opening title song is an atmospheric and alluring folk number, imbued with … Read More

The Longsands -Worlds Collide

3 September 2012 |

As we leave the ‘noughties behind, drifting further and further into a new decade, one all-important question seems to rise and eclipse all others: Have we had enough of Indie yet? While the answer is up in the air … Read More