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THE YEAR AT THE HALF: 2012’s best (so far) part 1

July 9, 2012 by

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We’ve been fooling with this post for awhile. We meant to do something like this a few weeks ago, but between school, work, the lack of a cohesive idea, and difficulty agreeing on what should be on the list, it got pushed back. But finally, here we are. There will be some omissions, there may […]

LOVEPARK

July 4, 2012 by

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For many of us, The Great Escape is the first thing that comes mind when discussing Brighton and Hove, but that’s not entirely fair to all of the quality bands who call East Sussex home. Whilst Lovepark hail from Burgess Hill in West Sussex, they’re not too far from the seaside and the town we […]

EAGULLS: new 12″

June 29, 2012 by

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I can’t really be arsed to hunt down band biographical information anymore. Not sure if it’s the hip thing to not provide on one’s webpage, but it’s generally impossible to find for many bands anymore. Alas, this will be a short post. Local lads Eagulls play rough-edged garage/punk, and have quickly risen to the top […]

EXLOVERS: debut album

June 20, 2012 by

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It’s been almost five years since London group Exlovers formed. Bands have formed, released albums, broken up, and then splintered off into other groups. In the world of music, five years is quite a long time. Whilst this may seem a little strange to some of us, perhaps the band is on to something. It’s […]

MY TIGER MY TIMING: new music & video details

June 19, 2012 by

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Camp My Tiger My Timing has been quite busy in 2012. In between gigs in England and Germany, they’ve been working hard on new music, both their fifth single and debut album. Whilst it seems like only yesterday when we first heard their early demos, time really does move quickly when you’re enjoying yourself. Single […]

CHEW LIPS: new music

June 18, 2012 by

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It’s been a few years since the whirlwind surrounding the early days of Chew Lips. Whilst it may have been merely my perception, it seems like they were everywhere in 2009. “Solo” was a track that I couldn’t escape, and at first, I was more than happy to incessantly bathe my ears with its rhythms. […]

CHURCH SCHOOL

June 17, 2012 by

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There are many positives to living alone. No rubbish from others to tidy, never having a row with anyone over how often his/her significant other is staying in the flat, and perhaps most importantly, getting to listen to what I want, when I want, and at the volume of my choosing. And this Sunday has […]