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The Wombats Dazzle Melbourne Fans…

With An Array Of Lights And A Brilliantly Designed Setlist! Liverpool born indie trio The Wombats dazzled Aussie fans at a sold out show at the iconic Festival Hall Melbourne on the 19th of July to celebrate the recent release of their fourth Album ‘Beautiful people will ruin your life’. The band have a larger than life fan base here in Australia, with a sold out Australian tour and a… Keep Reading

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The Indica Gallery Release Debut Single ‘Forever Loving You’

Liverpool based, indie psychedelic’s The Indica Gallery dropped their debut single ‘Forever Loving You’ today aiming to break into the hearts of rock fans, one trippy tune at a time. The track itself showcases the group’s particular talent for crafting some incredibly captivating vocal melodies woven throughout spacey instrumentals and fuzzed out lead guitar riffs that are bound to stay with you after a listen or two. Vocalist Joe Mansergh… Keep Reading

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Five in Five With: Sugarmen

Liverpool based rockers Sugarmen have spent the past few years travelling the globe, taking their infectiously manic energy and sonic angst everywhere from Seoul to SXSW, all whilst performing alongside Blur, Paul Weller and The Who. Now the scouse quartet are ready to bring their own brand of high octane, adrenaline punching energy to the masses with their debut album Local Freaks, And as they do – we caught up… Keep Reading

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Bad Mood Release ‘Ya Missed It’

Angsty Liverpool group Bad Mood are set to release their new single Ya Missed It on October 13th, following on from the success of the previous release ‘Grungeblues’. The single is a fast, fresh and hooky and reflects the bands angular, unique style. Bad Mood have attracted rave reviews with Liverpool Etc describing them as a “four piece punk art riot” with their live shows being noted as “confrontational, aimed… Keep Reading

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How Much Do You Know About The Coral?

The Story of the Coral Another combo in a long line of Scouser success stories (from The BEATLES to ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN, to The LA’S and former labelmates The ZUTONS), The CORAL have extended their longevity beyond their retro-roots angle and boundaries, albeit largely ignored in the States where they’d signed to Columbia Records. Influenced by a spirited cocktail of neo-psychedelia, country, Motown and Merseybeat, several albums have been… Keep Reading

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Rival Bones, O2 Academy Liverpool

Rival Bones Smash Liverpool !! Stepping into the O2 Academy in Liverpool, on 15th October, to catch Rival Bones was not stepping into the unknown, as I’d seen them the week before. I was more than happy for a repeat performance, from a band that not only makes promises, but delivers by the bucketload! Formed in Liverpool two years ago, James Whitehouse, ( lead guitar ) and Chris Thomason (… Keep Reading

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