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EP Review: Psychocide – Hungover

Montreal-based alt rockers Psychocide return with new EP Hungover, and with it treat us to some well-crafted but raucous songs. For a band to really click, it doesn’t necessarily mean you all have to be brought up with the same

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EP Review: H! – Journey To The Centre Of Yourself

Swedish experimental pop/rock songwriter H! releases new EP Journey To The Centre Of Yourself, with a genre-hopping swagger that works most of the time. H! (Howard Beard-Marlowe) is currently looking forward to gigging around Stockholm in 2019, so to give

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Single Review: Eric Anders and Mark O’Bitz – Matterbloomlight

New single Matterbloomlight from Eric Anders and Mark O’Bitz takes the listener on a tender journey, with a gently caressing nature and strong vocal work. It must be great when you find your songwriting soulmate. Yes, some artists are destined

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Review: Midwest Soul Xchange – Weakened At The Asylum

We Take a Listen to the new ‘rock opera’ Weakened At The Asylum from Midwest Soul Xchange, and with it we’re transported to a world that you can’t help but be taken in by. Sometimes when people hear the words

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EP Review: Elizabeth Sage – Just Go!

New EP Just Go! from Elizabeth Sage manages to be both commanding and thought-provoking, as the singer combines the perfect mix of pop and rock elements. Pop music these days is so much more than it used to be. It

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Single Review: Geoff Gibbons – Fall Girl

We take a listen to new single ‘Fall Girl’ from Geoff Gibbons, with his story-led lyrics creating a country rock track full of imagery and self-doubt. Stories play an important part of Geoff’s music. Hailing originally from Vancouver, Geoff has

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Single Review: Lord Sonny The Unifier – Right In Your I!

We take a listen to new Lord Sonny The Unifier track ‘Right In Your I!’ and with it we’re treated to a rollicking, dirty anthem that stands up for the innocent. Who doesn’t love a good dirty synth rock song?

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Single Review: Lucinda Belle – I’ll Be Loving You

We take a listen to new single I’ll Be Loving You from Lucinda Bell, and with it we’re transported into the a world gone by of seductive jazz, littered with pop connotations. I’ll Be Loving You is the first track

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Review: Venice May – Illusion is inevitable

Paris-based post-rock/alt rock duo Venice May hit us with new record Illusion Is Inevitable, managing to create a long-lasting sound and heavy atmosphere throughout. There seems to have been a lack of post-rock bands hitting the mainstream lately, so it’s

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Review: Nehedar – Escaping Zion

Emilia Cataldo returns with new record Escaping Zion, and with it brings us a taste of everything the artist loves and enjoys wrapped up in a nice little package. Nehedar is the creation of multi-genre singer-songwriter Emila Cataldo. She’s always

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