Monthly Archives: July 2012

The OK Social Club – The Late 90’s

Snapping and crackling with masterful exuberance, The OK Social Club’s second single is a bolt of lightning to the heart of a dreary indie summer. The Edinburgh 4-piece have spent most of their career to date honing their infectious riffs … Continue reading

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D.I.Y Festivals – are they the future ?

Ever fancied the music of a festival without the hassle ? The sounds without the sunburn ? Being able to dance in footwear other than wellies ? Well then it sounds like a D.I.Y festival is for you. The idea … Continue reading

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So, Blur’s new songs…weren’t really that great were they ?

Damon Albarn could have an offshore tax account and get away with it. He could have missed a penalty at the Euros and gotten away with it. But one thing he won’t get away with is tarnishing the reputation of … Continue reading

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This Week’s Singles In One Line – 4/7/12

Florence + The Machine – ‘Spectrum’ If they make another Rocky film they could use this for the montage. The Cribs – ‘Glitters Like Gold’ Scuzzy, fuzzy and everything you want a Cribs single to sound like. Superb. Lana Del … Continue reading

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