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SINGLE REVIEW: Scenius – ‘Darkest Lines’

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This is Scenius’ fourth release, and they continue to impress me hugely. Their retro but not at all retro dark electronica changes from release to release but somehow it sounds like them whatever they...

SINGLE REVIEW: ASKIES – ‘Easy’

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I really liked the last single I reviewed from ASKIES - ‘Bond’ - but this is on another level. It is a slice of oh-so smooth alternative rock with something of a pop edge....

SINGLE REVIEW: Fran Minney – ‘Sirens’

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At the moment I am going through a period of really responding to songs that have a simple calm beauty to them, and Fran’s song ‘Sirens’ is one that very much fits into that...

SINGLE REVIEW: Melancholy Ray – ‘New Routine’

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Melancholy Ray do indie the way I like indie. They have an ear for a great tune and play the living hell out of it. And this is very much the case with ‘New Routine’....

SINGLE REVIEW: CPSD – ‘Use Once’

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The first time I saw CPSD play I was left reeling and speechless. I became a fan on the spot. And every gig since, I’ve been left the same way. I have a tendency...
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