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Soft Rubbish: 1999 – single review and video premiere

Track review and video premiere Soft Rubbish:  1999 DL only from (Bandcamp) Out now New single and brilliant video from Australian Cult Band led by Julie Montan -...

New Band profile – Rats From A Sinking Ship

New Band Profile  Rats From A Sinking Ship Nathan Brown profiles one of the UK's most un-apologetically political bands who play their own brand of rap/punk/agit-rock...

Listen to This! Liverpool Rockers Attic Theory Drop New Single My Own Design

Liverpool rockers return under a new name with brand new single My Own Design. Rising from the ashes of Matchstick Men, joined by previous members...

Mystic Peach: The Eye & The Twitch – introducing the new band whose front-man you will love to hate

Mystic Peach: The Eye & The Twitch  Introducing the new band with a front-man you will love to hate... If you like your new bands to...

The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can – album review

Album Review  The Lovely Basement: Just Because You Can  (Breaking Down) CD / DL   Out now 8/10 Bristol band of 'Velvets go bossa-nova country' dabblers make exceptional Sunday afternoon...

Kontakta: Life In A Cage – EP review

Kontakta - Life In A Cage (Militant Tendencies) 7"/DL OUT NOW Southampton unit Kontakta offer up their take on animal abuse and surveillance society on a slab...

Calva Louise: Interlude For The Borderline Unsettled EP – review

Manchester based power pop grunge trio return with a space themed EP of tunes. Wayne AF Carey listens.

New artist of the day : Freya Beer ‘brilliant captivating voice with powerful dislocated backing’

Every now and the a voice cuts through the noise. Freya Beer has the voice. It’s stark emotional and powerful and delivers a heartfelt soaring dark energy

Watch This! Leeds’ Magic Eye Pictures Wear Their Heart On Their Sleeve On New Single People’s Friend

Leeds indie poppers The Magic Eye Pictures wear their hearts on their sleeve on new single People's Freind.

Listen to This! Brighton Songsmith Alfie Neale Drops New Single Elevator

Brighton songsmith Alfie Neale returns with new single Elevator. Arguably his most mature single to date.

Deja Vega: Deja Vega – album review

One of the albums of the year gets the once over from Wayne AF Carey. A promising debut which will stun your senses.

False Heads: Fall Around – single review

Louder Than War favourites False Heads return with the first taste of material from their forthcoming debut album.

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