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The Blinders: Manchester – live review

The Blinders - "a 21st Century Experience, cementing their place as the best live band in the UK right now"

The Blinders/The Otherness : Manchester Live Rooms : Live Review

What better way to dump 2016 than to spend New years Eve hanging out with the future. The Blinders quite literally explode onto the stage of Manchester's newest venue with the combustable confidence of a young band who know how good they are. This is not arrogance. This is just knowing. I'm not the only one who is buzzing on the rush of their glorious high decibel brilliance - a couple of members of Cabbage are DJing tonight and yelling down my ear about The Blinders being he best young and in the UK and they are right.

WATCH THIS! The Blinders : brilliant debut single from the UK’s most firebrand young band

Sensational, thrilling electric debut from best young band out there...Their debut single literally explodes with the frustration and the rage and passion of youth but is also thrillingly innventive and perfectly captured by producer Gavin Monaghan.

LTW fave new band THE BLINDERS RELEASE OFFICIAL DEBUT SINGLE ‘SWINE’

LTW's fave new band deliver a dramatic, dark and brooding new indie for the 21st century...

The Blinders : Manchester Night and Day : Live Review and 10 reasons why you will love this band

Every now and then something comes along that restores the faith. The Blinders are playing about their fourth gig and they are so self assured and so ready that it's impossible to think of them being unknowns for more than a few more weeks.

New Artist of the day : The Blinders : thrilling and angry poetic guitars

Tense, terse and thrilling but also poetic and political, Manchester based Doncaster born, The Blinders are perhaps the most exciting young band in the country who somehow manage to combine all the best bits of punk rock, tripped out rushes, fifties twang and a very audible poetic anger that sees them sound like the band that would fit perfectly onto a very British 21st century festival made up of Fat White Family, Arctic Monkeys, Sleaford Mods, Slaves and Cabbage - they are very much the last piece of this new British jigsaw of bands that matter.

The Blinders: The King’s Arms, Salford – live review and interview

The Blinders The King's Arms, Salford 11 March 2016   The Blinders stormed The King's Arms in Salford on Friday night – Nigel Carr and David Gleave were...

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