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Fragments – Salt Cathedral (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

It probably says as much about the acts I chose to write about as it does the current trends in music but I see these dreamy, ambient pop-washes as the saviour of commercial music. Pop music has too long been about … Continue reading

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Songs of Praise, Swindon – My 12 favourite gigs of 2016 – part 1 (by Dave Franklin)

I don’t get to go to many gigs that I am not involved in promoting these days, but whilst I am always present in more of a work than a punter capacity, I still get to watch, work and hang … Continue reading

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New Music of the Day – CXXI: Saints – Polar Front

It’s been a busy weekend for Polar Front, a hometown show to launch their debut e.p, a slot at Oxford’s O2 and this little gem of a video to complete the package.   The opening track to the record has … Continue reading

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16916 – Polar Front (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

To anyone with their ear to the ground for new music in the last year or so, the release of Polar Front’s debut e.p is probably a long and keenly awaited affair. Obviously their stock has quite visibly risen of … Continue reading

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Eye To Eye – Polar Front (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

When I first caught Polar Front at last years Swindon Shuffle Festival in the compact and bijou surroundings of The Beehive, they were a fledgling band taking their first steps. The sound in their heads was only just making itself … Continue reading

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Unwelcome Wishes – White Lilac (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

In a week when The UK’s newest and blokey-ist radio station, Radio X, ran a poll revealing that their punters probably stopped listening to music in 1997 and declaring 4 out of 5 of the top songs of all time … Continue reading

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