TRC – Nation (Review)

It takes either ability or uniqueness to break through in the congested UK hardcore scene, with new bands emerging and competing on a daily basis. TRC have had both of the above for a few years now but have never really surfaced, remaining as primarily an underground band. ‘Nation’ should see that change because it’s… Read More TRC – Nation (Review)

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Ryan Keen – Room For Light (Review)

It’s been around 18 months since I bought Ryan Keen’s ‘Focus’ EP on iTunes and since then he’s released another successful EP, played the iTunes Festival (amongst many others), appeared on SBTV, played around 250 gigs and pretty much established himself as one of the most promising up and coming singer/songwriters in British music. Not… Read More Ryan Keen – Room For Light (Review)

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Thoughts: Are Music Albums Starting To Contain Fewer Tracks?

Are music albums starting to contain fewer tracks? Is this better? Should I even write about this stuff? Yes, Maybe, No. I’ve had a lot of time to think lately, so it was only a matter of time until I stumbled upon something fairly irrelevant but still made me wonder. I got onto thinking about music,… Read More Thoughts: Are Music Albums Starting To Contain Fewer Tracks?

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Touché Amoré – Is Survived By (Review)

I’ve been looking forward to this record, probably more than any other this year. ‘Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me’ has rarely left my record player over the last few weeks in anticipation of ‘Is Survived By’, which is released officially next Monday. Once again Touché Amoré don’t disappoint and their new release will… Read More Touché Amoré – Is Survived By (Review)

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Mikill Pane – Blame Miss Barclay (Review)

Since its release in January 2011 ‘Little Lady’ (taken from Ed Sheeran’s ‘No.5 Collaborations Project’ EP’) has amassed 415 plays in my iTunes library, for good reason. That reason is Mikill Pane, one of the best and most refreshing artists currently emerging from the congested UK music scene with their debut album. Said album ‘Blame… Read More Mikill Pane – Blame Miss Barclay (Review)

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Knuckle Puck – The Weight That You Buried (Review)

Knuckle Puck started making a name for themselves with their last EP ‘Don’t Come Home’; four excellent pop punk tracks played in the same vein as already established bands like Real Friends. Latest EP ‘The Weight That You Buried’ should see the band overtaking their neighbours in fantastic fashion. Opener ‘Everything Must Go’ is fast… Read More Knuckle Puck – The Weight That You Buried (Review)

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