Tag Archives: indie punk

Tawny Peaks – In Silver River

The majority of reviews I have read recently have mentioned one band that is storming, well basically, the world: Modern Baseball. It’s hard not to bring them up, as they are a breath of fresh air to today’s music industry. … Continue reading

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Little Big League / Ovlov – Split 7”

The internet seems to be full of articles that say all the best band names has been taken, and Ovlov aren’t doing much to challenge this theory, with their backwards written Swedish dad car moniker. Although saying that, a zombie-themed … Continue reading

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Prawn – Kingfisher

I first got into Prawn in the same way many of us start listening to certain bands – to impress a girl. However, as soon as I gave their first EP False Institutions a listen, I knew I’d like them. … Continue reading

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O Captain – Ghetto Hikes

Ghetto Hikes is the first EP from Yorkshire four-piece O Captain. The lo-fi, treble heavy introduction to Ghetto Hikes set my bar pretty low. However, literally 21 seconds in, and as soon as the rest of the band came in … Continue reading

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Museum Mouth – Alex I Am Nothing

Starting off like a cross between Idlewild and The Thermals, ‘Alex I Am Nothing’ by Museum Mouth is a blistering 11-track concept album, slotting into the rock and roll sonic alphabet somewhere between Ash (Trailer/Nu-clear Sounds-era) and Talking Heads for … Continue reading

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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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Sleep in – Settling

For some reason my week has been all about Evan Weiss. I caught Their/They’re/There and Into It. Over It in concert last Friday. Then I reviewed The Jazz June split; whose soon to be released album was produced by Weiss. … Continue reading

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Muncie Girls / Great Cynics – Split

The first thing that strikes me about this split is how much Muncie Girls sound like a chilled out, poppier Above Them. ‘Everyday’ is extremely catchy, and a great introduction to the record. It’s a very good pop punk song, … Continue reading

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Chumped Forever

If you have ever attended a music festival, chances are, on the lead up to the event you will have scoured the line-up, on the hunt for your potentially new favourite band. Before heading to The Fest in Gainesville last … Continue reading

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Seahaven – Silhouette (Latin Skin)

At this time of year, as the grey little island we call home is battered by a seemingly unending storm-ocalypse, the perfect remedy, apart from a cup of tea, is a band who remind us that the sun does still … Continue reading

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