Monthly Archives: October 2012

Review – Palma Violets – Electric Circus, Edinburgh – 08/10/12

It’s not often a band gets on the cover of NME when their debut single is still a fortnight away from release. And it’s even rarer that they live up to the excitement. Palma Violets operate somewhere between the two … Continue reading

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PAWS – Cokefloat

​​PAWS sound like the kind of band Jack Kerouac would dream up after his second or third absinthe. Blending 80s bombast with 90s slacker rock, the thoroughly otherworldly Glaswegian three-piece make music you could lose your mind to. Ticking off … Continue reading

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Dead Sea Souls – We Were Always Electric

Managing to pack the strength of their live shows on to the frailty of a compact disk, Dead Sea Souls debut sounds like a grenade going off beside your head. We Were Always Electric jumps, jives and is forever changing … Continue reading

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