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THERE’S A WORLD OUT THERE – ALBUM REVIEW: Vukovar – ‘Puritan’

A new album by Vukovar, so which way are the band going to take us this time. Further into the darkness. ‘Puritan’ is dark, it’s disturbing. Disturbing in a good way, it draws you in and drags you down a dark tunnel, where it goes nobody knows.

SINGLE PREVIEW: Thomas & The Empty Orchestra – ‘My Old Heart’ (Feat. Otis Mensah)

Thomas has collaborated with Sheffield alt hip-hop rising star and spoken word poet Otis Mensah on this track. After having met and played together at a number of open mic shows, they wanted to...

THERE’S A WORLD OUT THERE – SINGLE REVIEW: Shaking Chains – ‘Into Dust’

I first came across Manchester’s Shaking Chains when I heard their last single ‘Midnight Oil’. ‘Into Dust’ is their second. Where ‘Midnight Oil’ was all sort of mutant rockabilly with hints of Nick Cave,...

EP REVIEW: Sobriquet – ‘Akeldama’

Sobriquet describe themselves as post-hardcore, I’m not entirely sure what this means to be honest, so let’s dive into the EP and see what it sounds like. The EP opens with’ Vriska’, and now I...

LIVE REVIEW: The Big Moon supported by Get Inuit, Hebden Bridge Trades, 27th September...

It was with a huge degree of anticipation that my LSF fellow writer – Johnny – and I made our way to The Trades to see The Big Moon play. I had read previous...
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