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Doyle and the Fourfathers – album review

D&TF as they are known for short, are a four-piece band from Southampton who managed to captivate me within a few minutes of listening to one of their songs.

Betraeus ‘Towards the Sun’ – EP review

Gritty and at times haunting vocals with harsh and blistering guitar riffs.

Dirty North – album review

"Dirty North are one of those bands everyone should be talking about"

Introducing: Horse Brothers

Like Bow Wow Wow jamming with Jon Spencer

Introducing: Chinese Burn

Tight, economical melodic punk from Stroud

10 new bands for November 2011

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Shell Zenner introduces 10 new bands for November 2011 1. Gardens and Villa - Santa Barbara based Gardens & Villa have made a...

Introducing: Bethia Beadman

Beth Beadman sings with a rich, dark voice that oozes a powerful, spiritual modern blues.

Introducing: Dirty North

Reni from Stone Roses bigged up Dirty North at the press conference, we tell you who they are...

Introducing: Ministers Dead

the spirit of jello Biafra!

Introducing: Islet

Cardiff band twist music into new shapes

Introducing: Folks

Every song they have recorded on their demos is a piece of perfection

Iceage – album review

30 minutes of punk rock genius

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