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Southlakes / Ceilings – Split EP

On first listen to this split EP by Ceilings and Southlakes, I had trouble distinguishing between the two artists. Admittedly it makes sense for them to release a split, considering their similarities, but neither band left a major impression on … 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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Annabel / Dowsing – Split EP

It’s too easy to call bands emo again these days, and I’m just enough of a grumpy old to point this out. We couldn’t agree on emo then, the genre twisted around on itself at least three times before all … Continue reading

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Death And The Penguin: No Prisoners to Conformity

Death and The Penguin are Best Before Records’ latest signing. The Brixton-based four piece have recently released their debut EP Accidents Happen, and will be hosting a free release party in June. They’ve previously featured on the latest Big Scary … Continue reading

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Creepoid – Sunday [Video]

Lo-fi indie rockers Creepoid have released a new video for Sunday, from their upcoming release on No Idea Records, which is due out it March. Watch it here. http://creepoid.bandcamp.com/

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Getting audible with football, etc.

It’s great when you can listen to a band and get lost in the intricacies of the songs. With Houston’s football, etc., their swirling guitar melodies and serene vocals create a great calming effect; you can’t help but sit back … Continue reading

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