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The Struts Release Video for New Single ‘Body Talks’

RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE ‘BODY TALKS’ “…they’re the best opening band we’ve ever had.” – Dave Grohl “The Struts are on the cusp of something very big indeed” – Kerrang “You gotta love a band who know they have to pull off a big show then proceed to do so. Rock …

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NEW Model Army – Winter Video Single & Album News

NEW MODEL ARMY RETURN WITH ‘WINTER’ VIDEO SINGLE & ALBUM NEWS British rock outfit ‘New Model Army’ unveil their official video single for ‘Winter‘ and deliver news of their forthcoming album release of the same name. Returning with “Winter,” their first full studio album since their acclaimed “Between Dog and Wolf” kick-started …

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Circle Of Reason – The Theory UK Tour Dates (July 2016)

CIRCLE OF REASON RELEASE THE THEORY UK TOUR DATES Having completed their ‘Faith Tour’ in June, the connoisseurs of modern alternative rock return to announce news of ‘The ‘Theory‘ UK tour this July. Parading their acclaimed fusion of infectious melodies, hooks and adrenaline fuelled stage performances at more UK venues – Southampton’s Circle Of Reason are to …

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Furyon – Lost Salvation

Furyon Lost Salvation

Damn me, it’s bloody great to see Furyon back! With a new album and follow-up to the ridiculously superb Gravitas, it’s been three years since their debut album first introduced their stomping hard-edged rock to our ears… and they’ve just picked up right where they left off. Lost Salvation continues …

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Western Sand – Western Sand [EP]

Hampshire, UK rockers Western Sand released a four-song, eponymous EP in 2013. Well-written and well-mixed, the EP is surprisingly polished for a debut. Songs have a nice, smooth idea flow. Tunes are mid-tempo, with chunky rock licks and a big backbeat; just the right amount of dirt for the grab …

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Wille and the Bandits – Grow

British “roots” rockers Wille and the Bandits released their full-length album, Grow, in 2013. This is an 11 track opus, consisting of varied tunes, with a sound fairly far from singer-songwriter folk and Americana that’s conjured up with usual thoughts of ‘roots’. The band has two secrets to their punchy …

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Emperor Chung – Emperor Chung

Emperor Chung‘s eponymous debut, released in 2013, establishes the young British band as a promising, multi-talented act to follow. Musically, the 11-track album spans a variety of influences, from classic rock and elements of jazz fusion, to pop-punk and nu-metal. For a debut, it’s heavy on flash, but none of …

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The Temperance Movement – The Temperance Movement

The Temperance Movement are quite simply refreshing. To see a band of musicians rise rapidly to a significant level of success in the space of just twelve months provides hope and inspiration to the aspiring musicians of places like London’s Tech Music. In this short time they have gone from …

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Estrella Interview – The Vale, Glasgow – 23rd March 2013

I caught up with the Estrella lads before their gig at The Vale in Glasgow, the support band were soundchecking, so out we braved it, into the freezing Scottish, arctic like night.   You can also read the full review of the gig itself right here  Estrella are: Paul Gunn …

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Estrella with The Toi – The Vale, Glasgow, 23rd March 2013

It was a freezing, Glasgow March night at The Vale. I was there to witness, for my very first time, Aberdeenshire band Estrella perform a full set. I had seen them perform a 25 to 30 minute set at the Highway To Hell 3 competition last year, but this was …

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