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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 […]

FOE “A HANDSOME STRANGER CALLED DEATH”

April 23, 2012 by

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New promo clip from FOE for “A Handsome Stranger Called Death”. Debut album Bad Dream Hotline is out now. The Guardian had very nice things to say about it last week.

FOE: supporting marina & the diamonds

April 6, 2012 by

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Some ace stuff here as FOE will be playing some support gigs for Marina & the Diamonds next month. If you missed it, check out our interview with her from earlier this the week.

INTERVIEW: FOE

April 4, 2012 by

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Labels tend to release albums from new artists in January. I’m not quite sure what the thinking is behind this scheme, but perhaps bosses feel it’s more beneficial to release these records during a slow time of the year. Whatever the reason may be, FOE (aka Hannah Clark) has seized this opportunity to share a […]

FOE “TYRANT SONG” (IN SESSION)

February 9, 2012 by

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“Cold Hard Rock” (Shabazz Palaces remix) Although I just posted on FOE last week (not like anyone reads this site anyway), I was messing about on her Tumblr when I found this pro looking video from a session at Giggles Fancy Dress Shop in Fleet. This video, as well as the one for “Cold Hard […]

FOE “COLD HARD ROCK”

February 1, 2012 by

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“Cold Hard Rock” (Shabazz Palaces remix) Bad Dream Hotline, the debut album (on Mercury) from the Fleet-based FOE (aka Hannah Clark and band) hit the shops a few weeks back, but I neglected to mention anything. Although to be fair, I really wasn’t writing about much of anything. Although I’ve yet to hear the album, […]

AGE OF CONSENT

October 27, 2011 by

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I had a tune from Age of Consent knocking around my iPod for around a year, but I never really thought much of it. It was there, sometimes I played it, and that’s it. It didn’t stand out. The duo, made up of Joe Reeves and Darren Cullen formerly of Shitdisco, are back with their […]