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The Lee Harveys: Bullet for the President – Album Review

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The Lee Harveys – Bullet for the President (Foad Musick)  CD | DL 23rd July 2016 9/ 10 Just three years since their debut, The Lee Harveys are back guns a...

Paranoid Visions: Cryptic Cross Words – album review

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The Great Dictator sampling Across the Holocausts is a high point, powerful and resonating, Aoife's voice soars. Long on the path to becoming a vocalist of note, on 'Cross Words' she is a fully formed, and sees her enter the cannon of great female singers both in and of the genre. Her vocal performance on tracks like 'Holocausts', Murder Most Foul, Paranoid Visions, and Banana Republic is nothing short of thrilling.

Paranoid Visions: Two Black Eyes – album review and band...

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It’s easy to gravitate to lyrics in a Paranoid Visions tune, and Bloody Road to Freedom are some of the best. Deko tears through the history of "the troubles" in Ireland, demonstrating every side's accountability. Recently a fan made light of the band's history of punning U2, and their pastiche of similar dialogue with some clever video editing. Bono and co weren't happy. U2 use it as background to elevate trite, Paranoid Visions are intertwined in it's tapestry. .

The Lee Harveys: Still Angry – album review

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The band, now a quartet, have delivered yet another snapshot of their invigorating live attack. Sticking on their true north course, 1977 style punk with lashings of rock n' roll vigour.

New Band of the Day: S.F.U.

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S.F.U. are a Dublin Punk band from Dublin. They've garnered a solid live fan base, and now release their debut EP.