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Red Fang: The most entertaining band in heavy rock storm the Electric Ballroom, London

Published on April 08,2014 by Review from old page

The last time this writer had the pleasure of catching a Red Fang show was at the tiny...

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Doctor Who Goes Home - Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey race through Dr Feelgood's finest.

Published on April 08,2014 by Review from old page

Why didn't they think of this before? Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey - Going...

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NEW ARTIST OF THE DAY: F A N S

Published on April 08,2014 by Review from old page

A divine slab of driving post-punk from 3 piece F A N S... SUBBA-CULTCHA,COM SAYS: ...

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Therapy? Reissue classic one-two punch to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of release

Published on April 07,2014 by Review from old page

Famed and much loved Northern Irish rockers reissue their classic  records Troublegum...

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"ELVIS IN CHIP SHOP SHOCKER!" - KIRSTY MACCOLL ANTHOLOGY

Published on April 07,2014 by Review from old page

The "missing link between Sandie Shaw and Lily Allen" gets a welcome double-CD...

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Looking to the future with Blizzard's new EP

Published on April 07,2014 by Review from old page

Blizzard aka Brad Green, is a multi-talented and multi-faceted Grime MC from...

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EMA’S SECOND - “THE SOUND OF RESISTANCE TO DIGITAL COMMODIFICATION”

Published on April 07,2014 by Review from old page

A tour-de-force of musical styles coalescing around contemplation of modern life and...

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NEW ARTIST OF THE DAY: BEAR HANDS

Published on April 04,2014 by Review from old page

Subba-Cultcha admits it's deep love for Brooklyn’s Indie quartet Bear Hands... ...

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Jangle pop that's anything but what the name might suggest from Australia’s Full Ugly

Published on April 04,2014 by Review from old page

First in a series of releases on their way from Brisbane’s Bedroom Suck records via Fire...

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“SLOPPY YET TIGHT” – FRESH PUNK ROCK STYLINGS FROM TEXAS NEWCOMERS Ghetto Ghouls

Published on April 04,2014 by Review from old page

Spiky and unforgiving punk rock that harks back to our erstwhile 70s/80s punk...

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