Monthly Archives: June 2014

Cheap Girls – Famous Graves

Aw yeah, vintage Cheap Girls. I was lucky enough to see these guys last year with The Bouncing Souls in Glasgow and that was it, I was in love. With that in mind, I’m reviewing from one cold listen to … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Monsoon – December [video]

Birmingham-based emo/punk four-piece Guerrilla Monsoon have uploaded a new video for a song which features on their upcoming split with New York’s Gameday Regulars. The record is being released on August 4th by Paper + Plastick in the US and … Continue reading

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Free Throw – Lavender Town

Free Throw have all the makings of a class act, producing a highly melodic and thoughtful sound which combines elements of pop and gruff punk. Boasting a total of three guitars, theirs is certainly a busy sound, and they have … Continue reading

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Muscle and Bone – Peace And Light

Peace And Light is the debut full length album from North Carolina’s Muscle and Bone. If you’re a fan of Bracket, Appleseed Cast or Weezer, then I can recommend this. Muscle and Bone have moved on from basically being an … Continue reading

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Dikembe – Get Harder [music]

Gainesville’s Dikembe have revealed another new song from their upcoming second album Mediumship, which is out in August on Tiny Engines. ‘Get Harder’ is streaming now on Spin; check it out here. The band previously uploaded ‘Hoot Rat Messiah’ off … Continue reading

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Challenger – Back To Bellevue

Any band that lists Peter Gabriel as an influence is going to have to be pretty special for me to change my already made-up mind. Unfortunately for Challenger, they seem to have put no effort in whatsoever. Admittedly, synth-pop isn’t … Continue reading

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Waking Aida – Eschaton

Eschaton is the first full-length album from Southampton’s Waking Aida. It’s also the first full-length put out wholly by label Robot Needs Home. Knowing the album was produced by Maybeshewill bassist Jamie Ward, I had high expectations for this album. … Continue reading

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