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NEW MUSIC: Kasabian ‘Are You Looking For Action?’

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Kasabian have released their new single ‘Are You Looking For Action?’, the second to be taken from the long play. Following their performance on Later…with Jools Holland, the band recently played three amazing sold-out shows at Kentish Town Forum and are set to headline Reading & Leeds Festival later this year. With their awesome new album ‘For Crying Out Loud’ out on 5th May. ‘For Crying Out Loud’ full tracklisting:…

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Factory Set To Release New Single ‘Step A Little Closer’

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Four-piece Liverpool-based band Factory are making waves, so hold on and expect their new upbeat single to increase the size and intensity. ‘Step A Little Closer’ is a dazzling and funky little rocker loaded with enough character and swagger to allow a warm, inviting ambiance of California sunshine to ooze through, sounding somewhat like a modern take on The Beach Boys. It’s subtle, but it’s there, which not only gives…

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Paramore – New Song, Album Details, TOUR!

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We’ve not had new music from Paramore since the release of their deluxe rendition of their self-titled in 2014. But today, after a long and anticipated wait, the band treated fans to their new song ‘Hard Times’. With the new 3 piece line-up that brings previous drummer Zac Farro back in to the band after bassist Jeremy Davis’ departure in 2015, Paramore are back. Their new album ‘After Laughter’ is ready to hit…

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Single review: Supercharger “Rottenburg” (Gain/Sony)

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A swingin’ round of Sin City themed hard rock If there’s a hell, then Avatar and Supercharger will definitely be playing there all the time. Here’s a fresh single from Danish quintet SUPERCHARGER With three albums behind them, Copenhagen five-piece SUPERCHARGER knows how to write songs. Their high pace theatrical style seeps through all their songs, and there’s a clear New Orleans type of subliminally tone underneath it all. Now…

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NEW MUSIC: Spoon ‘Hot Thoughts’

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Spoon have revealed the new video for their title-track ‘Hot Thoughts’. The video was filmed on the final night of the band’s Eno residency at SXSW recently and arrives ahead of their performance on Later…with Jools Holland tonight and their UK tour at the end of June. Spoon’s new album ‘Hot thoughts’ is out now! Catch Spoon Live: June Tues 27th- MANCHESTER, Gorilla Wed 28th – GLASGOW, The Arts School Fri…

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Standing On Giants “Get Born, Grow Up, Fuck Up, Be Old” EP review

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Honest punk rock – does it hold up? Standing On Giants…With a name like an Oasis album, this oughta be good, and some places it really shines, but not so much in others. The four-piece from the outskirts of Copenhagen has the song-writing down with actual stuff on their mind. It’s a very rough diamond though, and the soundscape could use more magic and dimension to really impress. The first…

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New Music: The Physics House Band share new video ‘Calypso

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The Physics House Band are back with their boundary-breaking take on jazz-influenced psych-rock. The band are sharing their new video ‘Calypso’ online now. The band also announce a new mini album ‘Mercury Fountain’ due April 21st via Small Pond Records and a UK tour this May. Speaking about the video, Adam Hutchinson of the band went on to say “We wanted to make something that was a strong mix of beautiful visuals,…

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Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles ‘Always Something’

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From the moment it bursts out the gate, Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles’ latest track, ‘Always Something’, is a grabber. The guitars—a sinewy brigade of melodious chunk—power the track, while Billy’s fluid vocals allow the tune to ebb and flow through many moods. The song tells a give and take tale of not-quite-right romance and missed opportunity. “Based on actual events,” remarks Bibby. “But I never like to go…

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NEW MUSIC: The Magpie Salute Self Titled Album

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The Magpie Salute have announced the release of their self-titled debut album on June 9th through Eagle Rock, Entertainment. Produced by Crowes guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson, the musically tight and expansive album was recorded live-in-the-studio in front of an audience at Applehead Recording in Woodstock, New York, except for the brand-new studio track ‘Omission’. The album carries special significance as it marks the last recorded work by Eddie Harsch,…

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Creeper Release ‘Misery’ Video

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After the release of their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’, Creeper unveil the video for ‘Misery’; the third and final music video to complete the trilogy. It’s no secret that the Southampton punks have been blowing up a storm lately, with the release of their debut album Eternity, In Your Arms that hit the shelves on the 24th March. But just days after the roaring reviews have come in,…

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Kasabian ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’

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Kasabian Release official video for ‘You’re In Love With a Psycho’ The band have shared the new video for their single ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’, which stars Noel Fielding and Stephen Graham Today (March 30th) has seen the release in full after the band teased fans with clips of Fielding’s involvement with behind-the-scenes footage that was released earlier this month. Catch Kasabian on their UK tour in April as…

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NEW MUSIC: Black Stone Cherry ‘Cheaper To Drink Alone’

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Black Stone Cherry show off their best acting chops in the new video for ‘Cheaper To Drink Alone’, the latest single to be taken from their Top 5 album, ‘Kentucky’ (Mascot Label Group). Directed by Blake Judd and featuring Lzzy Hale & Joe Hottinger of Halestorm and comedians Ron White & Alex Reymundo, the video is set at a speed dating event, with the band members playing the roles of…

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Weirds Announce New Album ‘SWARMCULTURE’

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LEEDS PSYCH GRUNGE FOUR-PIECE WEIRDS ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM ‘SWARMCULTURE’ FOR RELEASE ON 12TH MAY Step into the kaleidoscopic world of WEIRDS, and you’ll be engulfed in a glorious, sonically technicoloured smog. After honing their craft over several years on the Leeds circuit, the band are now armed with colossal debut album SWARMCULTURE set for release 12th May on Alcopop! Records. The record establishes WEIRDS trademark sound as one that features…

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New single: The Microdance “Get Darker”

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A little darker than previously When I encountered The Microdance back in September 2016, I drew parallels to bands like The Cure and Simple Minds. I said they had a weird name, which I still think, but so are The Cure’s name, isn’t it 😉 Music-wise, this time it’s a little different. It’s still floaty, thick, psychedelic and dark, but “Get Darker” gets a little more raunchy than the last…

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NEW MUSIC: Public Service Broadcasting: New Album ‘Every Valley’

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After two years up in the stratosphere with the hugely successful ‘The Race For Space’, Public Service Broadcasting are returning to earth. J. Willgoose, Esq., now has an established reputation for weaving forensic, historical research into evocative storytelling. This time he is taking us on a journey down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys and using the history of coal mining to shine a light on the disenfranchised. The…

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NEW MUSIC: Rinôçérôse ‘Angels & Demons’

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Originally formed in Montpellier in 1995 by the duo ‘Patou’ Patrice Carrié (bass) and Jean-Philippe Freu (guitar), rinôçérôse have grown into a modern art collective. Currently completing the line-up are guitarists Florian Brinker and Rémi Saboul, drummer Frédéric Pace and singer Bnann (formerly of The Infadels). Next month rinôçérôse release their sixth studio album ‘Angels And Demons’ on London based label Station 5 Ltd. Influenced as much by British rock…

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Grumpynators “City Of Sin” – album review

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The tough 2nd. album – When Irish folk meets classic hard rock You might start thinking of Dropkick Murpheys, when you hear the distinctive vocal style of the ´Tears Of Whiskey´, the first track on Grumpynators’ second album, but there’s more to it when you listen closely. Grumpynators – hmm… Now that’s a strange bunch. And a tough album to review too! At first round of listening, this second album from…

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NEW MUSIC: The King’s Parade ‘Haze’

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Acclaimed London-based quartet, The King’s Parade, unleash their first musical offering in two years in the form of ‘Haze’. The new single is the first release of brand-new music following the band’s 2015 début EP Vagabond. Regarding the new song, the band have said: ‘Haze describes the feeling of helplessness when you fall hard for someone. You’re drawn in and you indulge yourself in the moment. You surrender to that…

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New Music: Shaking Chains release debut single.

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Manchester’s Shaking Chains have announced their debut AA-single ‘Midnight Oil’ / ‘Drunk No More’ for release on April 21st via Concrete Recordings, along with two release shows in March. Live dates have also been announced for March in Salford & London. Taut and tense, ‘Midnight Oil’ arrives inspired by life in the desolate lane. You can feel the devastating weight and potential, the sound of clever anger, of distrust and…

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New Music: Idles ‘Mother’

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IDLES met as a quintet at the death of the indie scene in Bristol and began making visceral and sometimes unlistenable post-punk to a growing crowd. They began with their own club night Batcave and practicing religiously until they felt they had found their sound and their live show; with that in check they have now completed their first album and are savaged in hunger to play their music. They…

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