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Mayans | Live Review

By Chris Fear The 21st of December 2012, if we believe the word of ancient prophets, is the apocalypse. The day when the Mayan calendar...

Pelican | Live Review

By Serena Cherry Amidst the anticipation in The Cooler for Chicago's instrumental post metal stalwarts 'Pelican', their is also apprehension over which version of the band Pelican we...

Toy | Live Review

By Jenn Brabbins Photography by Felix Russell-Saw Whether it was an unintentional coincidence or a flash of tecchie genius, Scarlet Rascal spent the majority of their...

Belleruche | Interview

By Mali Shatil 1) So you’re meeting someone mad enough not to have listened to your music before, how do you describe the Belleruche sound to...

Tricky | Interview

1) With the current iPod shuffle culture, do you think it’s important for people to reminded of the importance of how an album flows,...

Archimedes | Live Review

By Huw Goodhead. Call the Doctor start the night off with their unique brand of alt-rock. It’s really quite refreshing to see a front-woman in...

Idles | Interview

1) You just finished recording your long awaited debut EP, how did you find the process? was it easy to commit your raucous live...

Hello Lazarus – Self Titled | EP Review

Released: 2nd April 2011 was busy for Hello Lazarus, various UK tours, festival slots and  a number of releases has shot them into the local...

Austere – Casserole of Nonsense | Album Review

Released: 1st april When I think casserole (and I do on a regular basis), I think of  lots of varied ingredients, brought together, and given...

The Hit Ups – The Whordes | EP Review

The Hit Ups have been slowly honing their sound for a while now, wetting our appetite with last year’s free download of Unforgivable /...

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