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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Album Review: You Me At Six’s Night People

Surrey alternative rock band You Me At Six are set to release their new album Night People on Friday (6th January). Having announced another UK tour for April recently, the lads are truly going places once again having formed back in...
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EP Review: Youth Killed It – Welcome To The Happy Girls Club

Youth Killed It have been incredibly busy this year, not only have they spent the time creating their unique sound but they have also been doing so in the shadow of their former moniker Under The Influence. With the Norwich...
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Album Review: Red Fang – Only Ghost

Up & coming Metal Band Red Fang have released their new album entitled Only Ghost. The albums first song ‘Flies’ starts off with a drum pedal by John Sherman & a catchy guitar riff made by guitarist David Sulliva, that...
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Album Review: Boston Manor – Be Nothing

Boston Manor seem like they’ve been around for a while with all they have achieved so far in their short career. Despite this being the bands first full length record they have already toured with the likes of Knuckle Puck...
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EP Review: Stick To Your Guns – Better Ash Than Dusts

Hardcore quintet Stick To Your Guns have released an exciting new EP titled Better Ash Than Dust via Pure Noise Records. The lads are currently on a hefty tour promoting the EP however having listened to this band for the...
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