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A hand picked selection of tracks from artists we have featured this week including Eels, Daughter, Tokyo Police Club, Pantera, Therapy? and more...

PLHEADER The John Steel Singers: Happy Before (from the forthcoming album Everything’s A Thread)
What We Said: "M
oving from playful harmony filled summer nuggets, to electronic sheened pop, psychedelic sea shanties, kraut-pop and hard riffing cosmic rock with ease, evoking an uncanny vibe like mist resting on the ocean just
before sunset" -
Click here to read our full review Eels: Mistakes of My Youth (from the album The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett)
What We Said: "A
 brutal self-examination has tones of more classic folk and feels more like the Eels we know and love" - 
Click here to read our full review Danielson: Sing To The Singer (from the album Fetch The Compass Kids)
What We Said: "A
 far more readily digestible concoction than the initial outing" -
Click here to read our full review Kyng: In The Land Of Pigs: (from the album Burn The Serum)
What We Said: "
Channeling the power of Screaming Trees through a filter of Clutch-inspired stoner-rock, get ready for a damn good ride" - 
Click here to read our full review Steel Panther: Ten Strikes You’re Out (from the album All You Can Eat)
What We Said: "
Amongst a whirlwind of spandex and glitter" 
- Click here to read our full review The Irrepressibles: So (from the album Viscera)
What We Said: "
Cynics could denounce it as little more than pop music in bloody feathers, but there is something beneath the bluster that deserves attention" 
Click here to read our full review Within Temptation: Let Us Burn (from the album Hydra)
What We Said: "E
lectrifying guitar riffs, riotous drums, operative keyboard skills and incredible vocals
from Sharon den Adel"
Click here to read our full review Therapy?: Screamager (from the album Troublegum)
Click here to read our interview with Andy Cairns Interpol: Evil (from the album Antics)
What We Said: "
Interpol are truly back and on great form. It’s gonna be a great summer" - 
Click here to read our full review Tokyo Police Club: Breakneck Speed (from the album Champ)
What We Said: "
Tokyo Police Club delight a packed London Scala" -
Click here to read our live review Daughter: Still (from the 4AD Sessions EP)
What We Said: "
It is quite special" 
Click here to read our full review Odonis Odonis: Are We Friends (from the album Hard Boiled Soft Boiled)
What We Said: "A
n interesting and enjoyable sophomore album for fans of interesting, boisterous rock" 
Click here to read our full review Everything But The Girl: Bittersweet (from the album Eden)
Click here to read the A-Z of Record Store Day (part one) Desert Mountain Tribe: Take A Ride ( from the album Desert Mountain Tribe)
What We Said: "
They are skilled musicians and come up with catchy songs, this is all true and strong" - 
Click here to read our live review The Afghan Whigs: Parked Outside( from the album Do The Beast)
What We Said:
 "Simmering and seething with flashes of soul-singed angst that belies the years that have lapsed since they last troubled the airwaves" 
Click here to read our full review Arc Iris: Canadian Cowboy( from the album Arc Iris)
What We Said: "A
 dizzying genre hop" -
Click here to read our full review. Pantera: I’m Broken( from the album Far Beyond Driven)
What We Said: "T
hey can be happy in the knowledge that at their prime, Pantera were the biggest and best
heavy metal act in the world" 
Click here to read our interview with Vinnie Paul
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