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An Interview with This Is War (Part 2)

An Interview with This Is War (Part…

  Join us for the thrilling conclusion as our London Correspondent and North American Correspondent have a chat about THIS IS WAR.   {youtube}https://youtu.be/4s8ILUjCGj4{/youtube}   Find out more at https://soundcloud.com/thisiswarperiod  

Fleece - Stunning & Atrocious (Album review)

21.10.2021

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Fleece - Stunning & Atrocious (Album review)

    Defining what genre a band falls under can vary between immediately recognizable or "I'm gonna need some hyphens". It seems as if lately there is much more crossover than previous generations, which is a good thing. Nu-metal was a crossover that worked only briefly until it played itself out quickly and proved that combining too many polar sounds can only last so long. Hence, some bands overstay their welcome. Some bands come at the right time and refle...

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Treetop Flyers - Old Habits (Album review)

13.10.2021

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Treetop Flyers - Old Habits (Album review)

    I've never spent any significant amount of time in the UK. Only once, a six-hour layover in 2003. Meandering around Heathrow like a lost 18-year-old does. To take in proper British scenery, I've had to rely on what BBC shows we get in Canada, other people's testaments or pictures. Typically, confirmation from my parents while watching a British show on TVO. "It looks just like that!" So green, so quaint and friendly. But to get a feeling of what it is l...

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Julia Shapiro - Zorked (Album Review)

12.10.2021

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Julia Shapiro - Zorked (Album Review)

        When we got the title for Julia Shapiro’s new album, Zorked, all we could imagine is a comic bubble popping up as Adam West’s Batman gave a right hook to the Joker. Sure, the album title is insensible, but the music is anything but.   Zorked, or ‘thunder fucked’ as the case may be, starts off embracing its namesake. The track’s dropped down to 16-speed, submerging you as if robbed of breath under a distortion so vast, you’ve got to hang a leg of...

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The Pickled Onions – The Mines EP

The Pickled Onions – The Mines EP

  As we begin our gradual emergence from enforced hibernation, in Ireland at least, it’s encouraging and gratifying to do so with a record of diverse, and excitin...

Yip Man - Pure Zen, Ken?

Yip Man - Pure Zen, Ken?

  Yip Man is the nom de plume for Al Nero. Scotland-born but now living in China, his music has the greatest hallmark of the music of the Far East. That is, he igno...

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Alex Henry Foster at St Luke’s, Glasgow

Alex Henry Foster at St Luke’s, Glasgow

    Alex Henry Foster supports The Pineapple Thief with a short, 30-minute set which represents his return to touring after lockdown. Alex Henry Foster was in the middle of a tour supporting …Trail of the Dead when lock-down...

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Physical Format-20190724

Physical Format-20190724

This is being written on the last day of May, practically two months before it will be published, so who knows what may happen between now and then regards the Flying Vinyl ...

Physical Format-20190717

Physical Format-20190717

Whenyoung have The Cranberries amongst their influences, so that's already got me wary. 'Never Let Go' brings Runrig to mind. As well as Eurovision. Lighters-in-the-air stad...