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June 22, 2012 by


Whilst I think AlunaGeorge may be a little too hip and polished for me, I’m not afraid to admit that everything I’ve heard from them is well good. Their EP You Know You Like It is available now on iTunes and as a 12″ via TriAngle Records. It’s feels nice to step out of my […]

EXLOVERS: debut album

June 20, 2012 by


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


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 […]


June 17, 2012 by


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 […]


June 13, 2012 by


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 […]

BRETON: a take away show

June 11, 2012 by


From what I can discern, La Blogotheque is a class site. But it’s been a few years since I took French in uni, so it’s mostly just a mess of letters and words to me. Where they’ve really made a name for themselves is their video content, specifically the “A Take Away Show” series. To […]


June 5, 2012 by


This is from the 360 Session that Post War Years did some time ago. Just got round to watching it out now, and it’s one of those clips that’s simple, yet quite memorable. Rather chuffed for the new album, which should see release this summer. If you’ve yet to see the bloody brill clip for […]