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Sam Russo – Greyhound Dreams

By now, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you who Sam Russo is. On the off chance that you’re unfamiliar though, he’s a singer-songwriter from the Suffolk town of Haverhill, known for being one of the largest towns in … Continue reading

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Micky Dey – Roam

Having first heard Micky Dey in Alt Track, and loving it, I was interested in hearing what he has to offer solo. Initially I was surprised – but in a good way, mind. The real strength of this EP is … Continue reading

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Dad Rocks! – Year of the Flesh

Dad Rocks! is the work of Snӕvar Njáll Albertsson; the Icelandic quarter of death-indie (their words) band Mimas. ‘Year of the Flesh’ is his second album, and one I have been eagerly awaiting. It’s easy to compare Dad Rocks! to … Continue reading

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Ieuan Williams – Love & The Minor Key

Writing my first review for ‘Scene Better Days’, I was excited to discover young singer-songwriter Ieuan Williams from South Wales. Now based in Bristol, after moving there for University, Williams has certainly been busy, writing music and promoting himself around … Continue reading

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