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NEW RELEASES

At Flick of the Finger we love New Music! We post all the new releases here including new albums, new EP's, new singles and new Videos. In our New releases you will also find reviews of new releases too.

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In The Studio With Rival Bones

Rival Bones Record their new EP at Parr Street Studio, Liverpool and FOTF were there to catch all the action RIVAL BONES recording 4 new tracks with Tony Draper. Just before the end of 2016, Liverpool 2 piece, Rival Bones, allowed me into Parr Street Recording Studios in Liverpool, for a few days, to watch and photograph them record their forthcoming EP. Rival Bones consist of James Whitehouse, guitar and… Keep Reading

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Record Label In A Box From Ditto Music

Are you a musician looking to get your music heard by more people? ‘A Major Label In The Palm Of Your Hand’ No doubt one of your dreams is to get your music released to the masses. To be put out on a record label and feel a sense of achievement. To be proud. This is now easier than you may realise. Welcome to Ditto Music and their Record Label In… Keep Reading

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Ten Fé ‘Twist Your Arm’

After Ben Moorhouse and Leo a.k.a Ten Fé released Twist Your Arm, their bluesy-electro-stomper produced by Ewan Pearson (Jagwar Ma, M83, The Rapture), which was NME’s New Music of the Day, Line Of Best Fit’s Song of the Day and Hype Machine No. 1, today Ten Fé unveil an exciting new rework by Berlin-based DJ and producer Roman Flügel. The original ‘Twist Your Arm’ features slide guitars, chain-gang backing vocals, gospel piano and a Primal Scream / Screamadelica infusion by… Keep Reading

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Louis Berry ‘She Wants Me’

Following on from his latest single ‘Restless’, Louis Berry blazes into 2017 with his new single ‘She Wants Me’. An undisputed highlight of his live shows, the track ups the ante on Louis’ trademark firebrand rock ‘n’ roll. Bursting with pace and passion, ‘She Wants Me’ builds layer upon layer of uptempo rhythm accompanied by Louis’ raspy vocal. The fiery track was written by Louis, recorded at The Chapel, and… Keep Reading

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Criminal Party ‘La Revolution Bourgeoise’

Formed back in 1986, followed by multiple splits, the Italian punk band are once again back with new members and a brand-new album, which also happens to be their first release to contain English vocals – La Revolution Bourgeoise. The album opens with a memorable instrumental, which is a simple yet catchy taster of what is forthcoming. The guitar playing of the band’s founder, Fabio Vinciguerra, has a certain Santana… Keep Reading

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REWS ‘Miss You In The Dark’

Having played at the inaugural Off The Record in Manchester, REWS will be playing their first ever headline gig, as a spin-off from the Off The Record umbrella on 16th February in The Castle Hotel on Oldham Street, as part off their UK wide tour. Get Tickets Here Classed as a “great discovery”, by music fans that came down to Off The Record. REWS are a Huw Stephens’ “Tip Of The… Keep Reading

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Brooders Release Their Eponymous Début Album

Leeds-based grunge three-piece, Brooders, release their début self-titled mini-LP in February, but is it up to scratch? Back in September I heard and reviewed the band’s latest single at the time, Haze, citing it as a powerhouse release. That blistering track is thankfully present on this new mini-LP, along with five other brand-new offerings. Thrill Killer opens the mini album with a catchy, powerful and compact piece of youthful aggressive… Keep Reading

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Columbus ‘Say What You Want’

Brisbane’s alt-punk trio Columbus have today unveiled new video ‘Say What You Want’, which documents their recent UK live debut as support to Roam & Like Pacific in November 2016. The track fittingly features guest vocal appearances from Roam’s Alex Costello and Like Pacific’s Jordan Black, and is taken from 2016’s debut album ‘Spring Forever’ “Say What You Want speaks about moving past bad relationships and living each day for… Keep Reading

Minus The Bear
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Minus The Bear Release First Album In Five Years

Minus the Bear are excited to announce their new album VOIDS, due out March 3rd. VOIDS is the Seattle band’s sixth full-length album, and first new LP in half a decade. It also marks the band’s return to their original label home, Suicide Squeeze Records, a longtime pillar of the Emerald City’s vaunted indie rock scene. Fans can hear “Invisible”, the first single off VOIDS, and learn more about the… Keep Reading

Westworld
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Westworld re-release review

Westworld was recently re-introduced to the wider masses in a new format, packaged together nicely over a much grander scale this time around. I’ll forgive you if you thought I was referring to the recent TV series Westworld, but it couldn’t possibly be any further from the truth. Westworld is a post-punk belter of an album from Theatre Of Hate. The album, which was produced by Mick Jones of The… Keep Reading

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Red Faces ‘Kerosene’

In these dying days, as a brutal 2016 drags itself to a welcome end, guitars can seem rarer than hope. RedFaces are rarer still – a brand new guitar band snapped up by a major label in open defiance of chart stats and marketing departments. Red Faces ‘Kerosene’ Newly signed to RCA and with a debut single – the incendiary ‘Kerosene’ – available now (with a limited 7” due on… Keep Reading

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The Twang Release Video for Christmas Single

After a long day in the studio during the summer of 2014, The Twang began tinkering with a tune about a young man sitting at a bar, struggling to make sense of his life. From that day the song took on a life of it’s own. The band quickly agreed that it sounded like a Christmas classic.  They named it ‘On the 24th’ and It’s available now.  They will also play their… Keep Reading

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Glass Mountain ‘Glacial’

Released earlier this year, Glass Mountain’s “Glacial” is a mesmerising masterpiece. A heartbreaking ode to unrequited love, the band’s first single and accompanying video have taken the UK music scene by storm. Bradford-born and bred Glass Mountain have caused quite a little stir since appearing on the scene just earlier this year. Their debut EP “Glacial” is a critically acclaimed compilation of five very refined tracks – testament to the fact that… Keep Reading

The Greasy Slicks 'Manipulator'
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Album Review: The Greasy Slicks

Many young bands manage to put on powerful and engaging live shows in front of small but loyal fan bases, yet when it comes to recording and releasing that first batch of songs, this is the real litmus test to show ones quality and metal. The Greasy Slicks can be proud of their melody-rich mature sounds which, despite their youthful appearance, packs an abundance of experience and energy into the… Keep Reading

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Andy Bennett Thinkin’ Drinkin’ Singin’

Andy Bennett releases his first solo album, Thinkin’ Drinkin’ Singin’, since his decision to leave Ocean Colour Scene behind in 2015, consisting of a collection of ten new songs with glorious threads of The Beatles throughout. ‘Hole in the Road’ opens up the album, which is an infectious, tantalising ballad-like slice of musical and lyrical poetry. It basks in warmth and sincerity, while the strings add an idyllic fullness. If… Keep Reading

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Flare Audio ‘Isolate’ Ear Protection Review

Hearing is a beautiful thing; allowing us to communicate, socialise, alerting us to trouble, work more effectively and listen to music. My career as a music photographer puts me at substantial risk of noise-induced hearing loss.  With music being such an integral part of my life, it’s important that I find adequate hearing protection, shielding me from damage without ruining the enjoyment of listening. Flare Audio have released Isolate, a… Keep Reading

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Black Oak County “Black Oak County”

Fast paced debut bulls-eye! Denmark has a few traditional disciplines: Sea-faring and metal being some of those, and the quartet from the country’s biggest industrial port-city Esbjerg, promised good things to come back in August 2016, when I had the privilege of a preview of their coming debut. Well, now the album is finished, and it’s 200% better than I had hope it to be. Wow. Just…Wow! It’s like a… Keep Reading

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Jessarae ‘Stand In The Rain’

So far 2016 has been quite a year for guitarist and solo artist, Jessarae. His debut EP ‘Nobody’s Human’ went straight in the iTunes chart at number 4 this summer while his 10 date UK headline tour completely sold out including the London 02 Academy 2 Islington show. Still only 21, Jessarae has just signed to Island Records and releases his latest EP ‘Stand In The Rain’ November 29th. This… Keep Reading

Metallica Hardwire To Self-Destruct
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ALBUM REVIEW: Metallica ‘Hardwire To Self-Destruct’

Making my way up to London, Mayfair for the secret album playback I was feeling a mixture of feelings. Would their new album take me back to the good old days or would they be carrying on from post Metallica’s black album which, hands up is where my love for Metallica was lost. The atmosphere of the room was on edge as many writers, reviewers and long-time fans took their… Keep Reading

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Winachi Tribe’s new video features ‘Sons of Anarchy’ star Tommy Flanagan

‘A Room With A Zoo’ is the new single from Manchester Soul collective The Winachi Tribe, a band that are firmly on the ascendant.  This trajectory is marked by the ten minute short film which accompanies their latest release, a collaboration between the band and California-based Mancunian filmmaker Trevor Miller. The film depicts an epic and mystical journey, where a young singer imbibes the hallucinogen ‘Ayahuasca’ and is transported into the… Keep Reading

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