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Sergeant Thunderhoof – Terra Solus (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

Ooh, I love a bit of old-fashioned, honest-as-dirt rock, so it’s with refreshing delight that Bath band Sergeant Thunderhoof find their way into my car stereo. What immediately grabs you is the way this band hold themselves, the whole album … Continue reading

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Marla and David Celia European Tour

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Gaz Brookfield tour hits the road soon

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Non Canon debut album and tour

Xtra Mile Recordings will release the self-titled album by Non Canon, another side of Barry Dolan AKA Oxygen Thief. It is out on 28 October 2016 on vinyl, CD and download, pre-order links are below.  Non Canon exists apart from the story we know and … Continue reading

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New Music of The Day – XXXVI – Wonder – Bite The Buffalo

Ahead of a new album Bite The Buffalo have just put out this stomping beast of a track. Although cradle-rocked in the mining towns of Central Africa’s Copperbelt, the UK based Brothers Stos and Miti Goneos, have been taking the music … Continue reading

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Antonio Lulic takes Son on the road

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Blood Burst e.p. – Hysterical Injury (Crystal Fuzz Records) reviewed by Dave Franklin

Hysterical Injury play the juxtaposition game with ease. A two-piece band that can sound like an alt-rock tour bus crashing through the front of a music shop, sing song, nursery rhyme vocals over skittering, angular rhythms, lilting, pastoral passages falling … Continue reading

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Floating Above the City – Port Erin (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Port Erin’s unique feature is their ability to weave a path through a variety of broad genres; space-rock, jazz, avant-garde, funk, psychedelia, ambient, progressive and more besides, without being fully associated with any or tarred with a particular generic brush. … Continue reading

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Ghosts join Fingers for two dates

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A few Dead Royalties shows

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