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SINGLE REVIEW: Kath and The Kicks – ‘Underground’

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I love Kath and The Kicks, they play kick-ass rock. Sometimes it’s kind of alt-rock, sometimes with a hint of blues, sometimes garage-y, sometimes metally, and sometimes grungy. ’Underground’ is kinda grungy at least...

SINGLE REVIEW: crush – ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’

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crush are one of those bands I’m rather happy I discovered while doing LSF. Their music makes me happy and leaves me with a smile or a grin on my face. And that is...

ALBUM REVIEW: Soup Review – ‘Beneath the Big White Moon’

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Soup Review are Chris Delamere and Mario D’Agostino who are based in Sheffield. They play folk/ant-folk/alt-folk sounding songs with sometimes a touch of laugh out loudness, that are sometimes wry, and sometimes set out...

EP REVIEW: The Calls – ‘Fall Inside Again’

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I feel like I came late to The Calls, first catching ‘Fall Inside’ - on this very EP - in September this year. And this was after several musically trusted friends had said ‘Frank,...

SINGLE REVIEW: Soft Jocks – ‘Love Like Elvis’

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I don’t usually go a bundle on poppy punk songs but ‘Love Like Elvis’ has kinda grabbed me and won’t let go. After much thought, this is for two reasons. Firstly because it’s more...
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