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Those Dancing Days play bouncy pop but are punk as fuck – by Lucy Cage

Those Dancing Days are five girls from Stockholm who play bouncy pop but are punk as fuck says Lucy Gulland

New Blood 9: Y Niwl

If you like this please Tweet it, Facebook it or leave a comment http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share website for band There's so much great stuff out there. 2011...

New Blood 4: Scribe – by John Robb

Scribe Mumbai is an intense city, a fast forward into the future crammed with a million stories and a fast ranging soundtrack. Bollywood is the...

2 7’s Clash the first instalment of Mick Middles epic take on Manchester punk 1977

Two Sevens Clash Dispatches from punk Manchester, 1977 If architecture is frozen music then what, one might feasibly ask, could be evoked by the stark concrete...

Dead Skeletons

I don't have any truck with those who say music was 'better in my day'. All the time the glory of the internet throws up another great tune and another band you can get immersed in

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