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Arms & Hearts – Set In Stone

Set in Stone by Arms & Hearts isn’t the most original EP you’ll listen to this week. It wears its influences on a heavily tattooed sleeve, one that’s stained with beer and cigarette smoke and the dust of the open … Continue reading

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Larkhill – S/T

I pressed play on Larkhill‘s self-titled EP at 7am on a winter’s morning – still collecting myself and my thoughts as the whirling sound of guitars kicked in, taking me straight back to emo/punk bands from the past. The scene … Continue reading

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Scene Better Days: Albums of 2015

Congratulating a period of time may seem slightly absurd, but I would like to applaud 2015 for being a stellar year for new music. I don’t know whether the last 12 months have genuinely been stronger than previous years, or … Continue reading

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Project Mork – Smell The Blade

Project Mork are a weirdo punk band from East Anglia, England. They cast forth a car crash of The Vandals, Devo, Voodoo Glow Skulls and Bomb The Music Industry. There’s a lot going on on this record, which comes in … Continue reading

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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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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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Dan Andriano In The Emergency Room – Party Adjacent

Party Adjacent is the second full length from Alkaline Trio bassist Dan Andriano under his “…in the Emergency Room” moniker; following on from 2011’s Hurricane Season. Opener ‘Pretty Teeth’ teases and teases that it’s going to get going and – … Continue reading

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