EP Review: Gallery Circus – Chi-Town Dogs

EP Review: Gallery Circus – Chi-Town Dogs

Gallery Circus are made up of Geordie twin brothers Daniel and Graeme Ross – By Guy Shankland.  The duo’s initial release is brimming with a well travelled (from Newcastle to Chicago) confidence. Opener ’Holland On Fire’ has a simmering Britpop...
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EP Review: High Down – Moving On

EP Review: High Down – Moving On

Portsmouth Five piece HIGH DOWN’s brand new E.P ’Moving On’ kicks ’N’ bites with a melted pepper-jack cheese flow of American college, red plastic cups in the air, pool party anthems – By Guy Shankland. Opener ‘Against The Tide’ is...
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EP Review: Vista – Long Live

EP Review: Vista – Long Live

VISTA’s sophomore release, the ‘Long Live’ E.P skips across the road from Rock to Electric (avenue), then returns home with a curiously victorious mix of substance and styles – By Guy Shankland. Lead single and E.P opener ‘Allegiance’ swirls li...
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Album Review: Goldfinger – The Knife

Album Review: Goldfinger – The Knife

GOLDFINGER’S first album in almost a decade finds them in refreshingly rejuvenated form. Opening track ‘A Million Miles’ flies out of the speakers with wild offspring abandonment while ‘Get What I Need’ is a premier, convertible coming of age, Road.....
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EP Review: Yorkshire Rats self titled EP

EP Review: Yorkshire Rats self titled EP

YORKSHIRE RATS return with a rapid quartet of top quality British Punk smothered in a distorted, alkaline sound and attitude – By Guy Shankland. Opener ‘Alone Together’ is a glorious cocktail of US nineties Punk, British spirit, drizzled with crunchi...
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Album Review: Cock Sparrer’s Forever

Album Review: Cock Sparrer’s Forever

COCK SPARRER’s first new album in a decade, ’Forever’ finds the Godfathers of Street Punk in imperious form by Guy Shankland. Opening track ‘One By One’ is a beers, bear hugs and friends for life, anthemic call to arms. ‘Believe ’...
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Album Review: The Amazons’ debut album

Album Review: The Amazons’ debut album

Hotly tipped Reading four piece THE AMAZONS debut release firmly plants it’s feet in numerous Indie-Rock genres while never pledging allegiance to any specific one – By Guy Shankland. ‘Stay With Me’ is a clandestine alliance of Vaccines, Killers an...
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Album Review: Freeze The Atlantic’s ‘The People Are Revolting’

FREEZE THE ATLANTIC’S third album ‘The People Are Revolting’  was recorded in just seven short days in South Devon – By Guy Shankland. The condensed but productive length of time gives TPAR an organic almost live from studio feel as...
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EP Review: Less Than Jake – Sound The Alarm

LESS THAN JAKE are celebrating their Twenty Fifth anniversary this year… and that’s one hell of an achievement – By Guy Shankland. The bands longevity (in the same way as Reel Big Fish) and continued popularity is in no small...
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Album Review: WSTR’s ‘Red, Green Or Inbetween’

Liverpool pop punks WSTR are set to release their debut album this month (20th January) titled Red, Green or Inbetween via No Sleep Records.  Having been a fan of the quartet for a while now, it was an honour to receive...
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