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East Ends – What’s The Furthest Place From Here?

East Ends’ new EP, What’s The Furthest Place From Here?, is reminiscent of summer pop punk and indie anthems from the early 2000s. Ash, The Ataris and The Gaslight Anthem all come to mind when listening to different tracks on … Continue reading

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Alcopop Records – The Wit and Wisdom of Nigel Farage 7”

So, I’m reviewing a blank record. Yup, this record is blank. Well, at least the A-side is, anyway. It’s an homage to the Stiff Records “The Wit and Wisdom of Ronald Reagan” release of the 80s which was also blank. … Continue reading

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The Kimberly Steaks – Chemical Imbalance EP

Starting us off is the early Green Day inspired ‘Chemical Imbalance’, one and a half minutes of well-crafted deppresio-pop which serves as a warning against listening to the darkness in a hungover walk of shame. Gregg laments “I can’t take … Continue reading

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Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man / Bootscraper – The Bear And The Tiger

When I get sent split EPs, I assume that the bands will be pretty similar sounding. This expectation was ignored by The Bear And The Tiger, which features Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man and Bootscraper. The tracks are all reworked … Continue reading

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Somos / Sorority Noise – Split

This review may be a bit biased, as I currently love Somos. I’m fairly certain their debut album “Temple of Plenty” was my favourite album of 2014, so I was excited to see them release a couple more songs – … Continue reading

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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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Haze – Clouds Surround & Breathe

My first play of Haze’s debut album was in the office, and it didn’t really work for me there. I also tried the car on a bright sunny day, and again, no joy. However, through headphones, running around Richmond Park … Continue reading

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