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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 […]

FEAR OF MEN “GREEN SEA”

June 13, 2012 by

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London/Brighton group Fear of Men are back with a new single, out from 18 June. It’s called “Green Sea” and the 7″ will be available via Sexbeat, limited to a run of 300 on white vinyl. There’s still time to preorder here. You may recall us hyping them some time ago, as we’ve been especially […]

BLOOD RED SHOES “LOST KIDS”

May 11, 2012 by

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If you’d like to see me pissed, a bit mental, and acting like a right tit, come round to The Cockpit tomorrow night to see Blood Red Shoes with me. Their brilliant third album, In Time to Voices, sees them travel in much the same direction as one of their favourite groups, Trail of Dead. […]

BLOOD RED SHOES: release day

March 26, 2012 by

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(Photo by Anton Coene) It’s been awhile since I’ve done a post, so with my break in classes this week and the new Blood Red Shoes getting a release today, I thought it was the perfect time to chime back in. This band has been a favorite of mine for a long time, even predating […]

BLOOD RED SHOES “COLD”

March 14, 2012 by

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New video from the Brighton duo, shot in Paris. Their third album, In Time To Voices, is out 26 March.

FEAR OF MEN

February 13, 2012 by

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“Phantom Limb” (demo) Not sure what I was thinking when I first heard this lot last year. Perhaps it was just the song that didn’t sit well with me, but I quickly presumed that Fear of Men was just another boring lo-fi band. Like many times in the past, I’ve realised I was wrong. “Ritual […]

BLOOD RED SHOES: new album

February 10, 2012 by

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I’ve been with Blood Red Shoes since the beginning. I anticipated the first single, I hoped that the first album lived up to the hype, and I wanted to see each and every gig the band played. Now it’s time for the third album. Is this when we start calling them a veteran act? “Cold,” […]