Review Of “Humor Risk” By Cass McCombs

Whenever I hear the term singer/songwriter for some reason it gives me instant nausea. I suppose it’s from so many times walking into a bar or coffee shop to hang out with some friends or get some work done, only to see somebody with a guitar setting up in the corner with a stool and microphone.

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Review Of “Audio Video Disco” By Justice

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Xavier de Rosnay described how comparisons have been incorrectly drawn between Justice’s second LP ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ and rock n roll music. And while the duo of de Rosnay (a.k.a. The China) and Gaspard Auge (a.k.a. The Moustache) is by no means a rock duo, there is clear essence of the organic and the analog on this record that is atypical of digitally produced music.

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Review Of “The Darcys” By The Darcys

Toronto based four-piece The Darcys make atmospheric rock music that pushes musical boundaries.Somewhere between rock and shoe-gaze, the first of a three album record deal with the Arts & Crafts label is a dreamy release put out just in time for winter listening.

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Cate Le Bon Shares New Single

Inspired by her fathers impeccable record collection (The Velvets, Neil Young, Pavement) Cate Le Bon packed her things and began gigging extensively across the…

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Harvest Festival

Burk’s Falls, On September 16-18 By Sarah Ferguson The location for Harvest Festival is a source of inspiration for alien InFlux and Promise promoters…

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Review Of Ceremonials By Florence and The Machine

t’s a wonderful notion that a quirky young woman from Camberwell in South East London, who still lives with her mum, has become a world conquering pop star. Florence Welch is the enigmatic redheaded whirlwind at the helm of her machine and after the overwhelming success of debut LP Lungs, the collective have produced their sophomore album Ceremonials.

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