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First Thing Tomorrow EP – LazyEye (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Remember a time before all the smoke and mirrors, before the music business was shored up by TV production lines and style over substance, when it was all about merely writing and delivering a great song. Scott Powell does and … Continue reading

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I’m a Stone – LazyEye

If there is such a genre as Northern street-pop, then the king of it is Scott Powell aka LazyEye, a man who just seems to have a natural understated cool swagger to everything he does. Here we find him tipping his … Continue reading

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Killer Ohh – LazyEye (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

On the first pass of LazyEye’s latest single Killer Ohh, I was thinking do we really need more of this. Swaggering indie pop, all fashionably dropped consonants and conversational lyricism? The second hearing made me think, okay, this is better … Continue reading

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