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LONG DIVISION PREVIEW (or) WHERE YOU COULD POSSIBLY FIND ME IN WAKEFIELD

May 31, 2012 by

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Long Division is the sort of festival where things can get a bit mental. Like the Great Escape several years ago, this is an event that’s on the rise. Each year brings a better slate of bands, and most importantly, the Yorkshire talent is always rather brilliant – and this year is no different. Each […]

ST. GREGORY ORANGE: new album

May 14, 2012 by

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The kind folks over at Philophobia sent this record over to us some time ago, and to be honest, I didn’t know what to make of it. St. Gregory Orange is a band I’d heard a lot about, but I’d never given them the time – and the first listen wasn’t promising. But as is […]

PISKIE SITS

April 6, 2012 by

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Whilst putting together this post, I ran through Piskie Sits’s EP The Way I’d Like To Go a few times, mentally ticking off what I fancy about the band. What strikes me most about the Wakey group is their seamless marriage of Americana and ’90s indie rock, something that the Idaho-based Built to Spill has […]

LONG DIVISION FESTIVAL

March 30, 2012 by

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Nowt much will change with this year’s Long Division Festival in Wakey, held from June 1st-3rd in nine venues across the city centre. Shaping up to be another proper good day, there’s a brilliant slate of bands playing this soon-to-be institution, including both local favourites and national headliners. The bands are playing on 2 June, […]

RHUBARB BOMB: the city consumes us

March 16, 2012 by

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DOWNLOAD: Pylon “Fused Into You” (remix) This seems like a right fitting way to end Wakefield Week. Rhubarb Bomb, the venerable Wakefield fanzine, is celebrating it’s five-year anniversary this year and to celebrate, they are releasing a compilation and book charting their history and that of the bands they’ve covered. Check out the Pledge Music […]