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NEW MUSIC: Feed The Kid ‘In The City’

Feed The Kid sing about their home town of Manchester, in their new single ‘In The City’. Before you jump-the-gun and think, ‘Oh no, here’s another band moaning about where they come from!’, this song is not at all doom and gloom. [hr align=”center” style=”dotted”] Sure, lyrics touch upon the rainy city that make a grown man cry, but the delivery of the vocals from Curtis Taylor believably make you grasp… Keep Reading

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Milburn Are Back!

It’s been ten years since Milburn’s major label debut ‘Well Well Well’. Now, the band who kick-started the Sheffield revival that would give birth to, amongst others, Arctic Monkeys and Reverend & The Makers, are back. The new kaleidoscopic video sees a young girl perform classic Northern Soul moves and was shot in Sheffield’s Town Hall – a place made famous by Pulp’s ‘Disco 2000’ video. When Milburn parted company… Keep Reading

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Pigeon Detectives Are Back!

Leeds indie rockers return with a new single from fifth record Platinum-selling Leeds band The Pigeon Detectives are back with new single ‘Lose Control’ from their fifth album, which is planned for released in February 2017. The new record from the band is a more eclectic LP than previous albums and was recorded with Richard Formby; a producer associated with bands like indie crooners Wild Beasts, leftfield London vocalist Ghostpoet and… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Brooders ‘Haze’

Grunge trio, Brooders, explode onto the scene with their blistering new single, Haze, and you’d be wise to take note. The word melodic very rarely fits alongside terms such as grunge, punk or aggressive, but the Leeds-based boys have released a sound that immediately embeds itself into your brain with its forceful hooks, while traces of a youthful Green Day burst out of the seams. It’s a relentless gritty rock… Keep Reading

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Review: Ed Harcour ‘Furnaces’

The Mercury prize nominated musician returns with an infectious horn-laden anthem, taken from his forthcoming seventh solo album. ‘Furnaces’ is a dark melodic track, that presents itself as a different sound for the singer-songwriter. The song, which is taken from his new album and shares the same title, is his first release on a major record label – Polydor. Hopefully, with this new backing, the music will be catapulted into… Keep Reading

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Savannah Release New Single ‘Jodie’

‘We are the mods! We are the mods!’ This may be a chant from the film Quadropehnia…. …but it would feel right at home sung at a live performance by Savannah, whose new single, ‘Jodie’, is a pumped-up, hands-in-the-air, pure rock ‘n’ roller, just waiting for the mod chant to follow in its wake. The opening guitar riff boasts the grittiness of Nirvana, before settling into a tight swaggering indie-rock… Keep Reading

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Review: Courteeners – The 17th

It’s time to rejoice, as new music from The Courteeners arrives in the form of the funky rhythmic song, ‘The 17th’. The single is taken from the bands’ forthcoming fifth album, Mapping The Rendezvous, which is due out on October 21st. Courteeners Tickets It moves along somewhat slowly, but never feels sluggish or dreary, as the bass line keeps you hooked alongside the sweet synthesizer sounds. Liam Fray’s vocals take… Keep Reading

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BANG BANG! Green Day Releases New Song in Light of New Album Announcement

It has been four years since the release of Green Day’s ‘¡Uno!’ ‘¡Dos!’ ‘¡Tre!’, and the American Punk Rock band have been pretty quiet since then. Until the 1st August, when an announcement appeared from Green Day saying ‘dear friends! green day is putting out a new single called “BANG BANG” August 11’, much to the delight of eager fans. Once the song had been announced, the countdown began, and… Keep Reading

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EP REVIEW: ‘Ours For The Taking… Theirs For The Breaking’ by Air Drawn Dagger

So, here’s yet another young female fronted band with short, energetic punk-rock songs, desperately hoping to stand out from the crowd of wannabes. The good news, I’m pleased to say, is that they do stand out, in spades. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Air Drawn Dagger. Their debut EP, Ours For The Taking … Theirs For The Breaking, comes in the form of three rip-roaring tracks, that not only… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Air Drawn Dagger ‘Ours for the Taking… Theirs for the Breaking’

Air Drawn Dagger are a female fronted four-piece from Sheffield, who take their name from Lady Macbeth’s emotional outburst, and who create an eclectic mix of alt-rock, electronica, grunge and pop. They began in 2014 when singer Maisie met bassist Lewis and they began writing songs after hours in her cake shop. [hr align=”center” color=”white” style=”dotted”] Read our review here Early gigs as an acoustic duo playing in front of… Keep Reading

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Courtesy Tier Release Debut LP ‘Everyone’s OK’

Introducing Brooklyn-based trio Courtesy Tier, releasing their debut LP ‘Everyone’s OK on September 9th, 2016 via Beverly Martel. “We’re more confident, leaning harder into what we do, and more fearless about making the music we make without pretensions,” asserts guitarist and vocalist Omer Leibovitz. And it’s that electric energy that the band brought into the studio to create their debut album, ‘Everyone’s OK’, the follow-up to their head-turning EP, ‘Little… Keep Reading

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Black Oak County “Mad Dog” single

Hell yeah! High Octane and smooth Hard Rock. Back in May 2016, I had the pleasure of experiencing the quartet Black Oak County live at the Nordic Noise Festival, and now they’re back with new material, this time from their coming debut album. Released on the metal label Mighty Music, who will also feature the video for this track on Wednesday on their YouTube channel, “Mad Dog” is high octane… Keep Reading

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich Announces Headline Tour & New Album

In all walks of life sometimes an end can only be dealt with from the closure of starting something new; which is the case of Benjamin Francis Leftwich on his eagerly anticipated new album After The Rain. Due out on August 19th through Dirty Hit (Wolf Alice, The 1975), the news also comes with new track, ‘Tilikum’, and the announcement of an intimate run of live dates for this spring.… Keep Reading

Dodgy Are You The One
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Dodgy ‘Are You The One’

Everybody has a soft spot for Dodgy. You may fondly remember them as the guys who had a smash hit in the late ’90’s called Good Enough, which sadly, is where the memories of them will no doubt end. Four years on, after reuniting more than a decade ago in 2012, the band are once again back with a brand new single, Are You The One, which is lifted from… Keep Reading

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Hunter & The Bear “Renegade”

New single: Hunter & The Bear “Renegade” Released on Dog Monday Records 5th Aug 2016 London based rock four-piece sends out new single – here’s what we think: ‘Renegade’ is the brand new single from Hunter & The Bear, one of the UK’s more interesting new bands, that I haven’t heard about before. Maybe because many bands don’t make it outside their country, I know many bands here in Denmark have… Keep Reading

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Leatherneck – Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’ EP

Leatherneck sign to Close To Home Records and announce ‘Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’ EP Following the release of their double A-side single Monochrome/Derailed last year, North West grunge quartet Leatherneck are back and have revealed the video for their new track ‘Caffeine’. This is the first taste of their new EP ‘Lighting Up The Tilt Sign’, which is out on the 5th August via Close To Home Records. Recorded… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Local Natives Announce 3rd Album ‘Sunlit Youth’

Local Natives have announced the release of their third album, Sunlit Youth, out on 9 September on Infectious Music / Loma Vista Recordings. The LA five-piece broke a year of silence with a pop up show in San Francisco in April, and the surprise release of Past Lives, their first new track in three years. Following further West Coast pop up shows in San Diego and the band’s hometown, Local Natives can… Keep Reading

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Blossoms To Play Special Album Launch Show in Stockport

Blossoms To Play Special Launch Show At Stockport Plaza at Midnight on August 5th For The Bands Self Titled Debut Album Released The Same Day Blossoms will celebrate the release of their highly anticipated debut album at the Stockport Plaza. Fans who pre-order a copy of the album via the official store by midnight on Wednesday 14th July will be in with a chance of seeing Blossoms play a special home… Keep Reading

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Stereophonics: on 2015 album ‘Keep The Village Alive’

Without doubt Stereophonics are one of Britain’s best bands and in Kelly Jones they possess one of the country’s great songwriters. Throughout their 20 year career the band have continuously released classic albums and their forthcoming ninth album, ‘Keep The Village Alive’, is no exception. The 20515 10 track record, written and produced by Kelly Jones, follows the acclaimed 2013 platinum release, ‘Graffiti On The Train’, which sold over 300,000… Keep Reading

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Verve Re Release Box Sets of ‘A Storm In Heaven’ and ‘A Northern Soul’

Back then, of course, they were known simply as ‘Verve’… But can it really be almost 25 years since Richard Ashcroft (vocals), Nick McCabe (guitars), Simon Jones (bass) and Pete Salisbury, (drums) arrived like a bolt from the blue into a grey musical universe and reminded the world quite how transcendent rock’n’roll can be? On September 9th UMC release expanded editions of The Verve’s seminal first two albums “A Storm… Keep Reading

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