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Ho99o9 – Horrors of 1999 EP

Posted by vibrations on 13-08-15

Rap, to quote Doc Brown, is ‘not everyone’s cup of tea’, and to be honest, until about three years ago, it was hardly my lapsang souchong...

Review by Rob Wright

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The Courteeners - Has He Told You That He Loves You Yet ([PIAS] Cooperative)

Posted by vibrations on 14-07-15

The ever modest Courteeners, doing what they do...

Review by Jessica Kate

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The Slow Show – Augustine (Haldern Pop Recordings)

Posted by vibrations on 13-07-15

A powerful taster from Manchester's The Slow Show, definitely checking the album out after this track.

Review by Laura Reed

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Charlie Barnes – More Stately Mansions (Superball Music)

Posted by vibrations on 13-07-15

Big Morbid Death Pop? It got us intrigued.

 

Review by Rob Wright

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Jackson Lake & The Phoenix Machine – Putting Out Fires (self-release)

Posted by vibrations on 13-07-15

We take a listen to the debut album from Leeds/Bradford duo, including a cover of Jackson Browne's 'Running On Empty', raising money for MIND.

Review by Rob Fearnley

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Kleine Schweine – In Your Own Back Yard (self-released)

Posted by vibrations on 24-06-15

As brutal as Crass but with a hint of Wildhearts sleazy rock/pop fun, Kleine Schweine are back and wit song titles like 'Ebola Gay' and 'Making Plans For Nigel Farage', you know that they are gonna hit hard. Come and get angry, for all the right reasons.

Review by Rob Wright

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Track and Field – You Are My Home (Self release)

Posted by vibrations on 12-06-15

Blending classic Indie and Emo this debut should definitely be part of your "to listen to" list

Review by Rob Fearnley

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Gallows - Desolation Sounds (Venn Records/Bridge Nine Records)

Posted by vibrations on 12-06-15

With another founding member leaving, absolutely nothing seems to be stopping Gallows do exactly what they do best.

Review by Ben Stockdale

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My Pleasure - Haircuts (Adult Teeth Recording Company)

Posted by vibrations on 11-06-15

This artist just keeps on producing and his releases are something that we wait eagerly in anticipation for. This song is a comment on over-priced arena gigs and ticket touts, in an era when conversation and arguments on the subject are rife.

Review by Jessica Merritt

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The Do's - This N That EP (Philophobia Music)

Posted by vibrations on 10-06-15

This Wakefield duo released their EP at the end of March and they will be bringing their live sound to the Long Division Stage this weekend.

Review by Ben Stockdale

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Nixon - Judas (Cath ’n’ Dad Records)

Posted by vibrations on 01-06-15

Playing Don’t Falter in Leeds in June, Nixon are a post-punk band from Sheffield and this song is taken from their latest album Linus. Released on Cath ’n’ Dad records, who are an online Record Label inviting you to download records for Free or Pay What You Want with every penny going to a charity of the Artists' choosing.

Review by George Paris

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To Kill A King - To Kill A King (Xtra Mile)

Posted by vibrations on 01-06-15

To Kill A King have been on the rise; landing a slot headlining The Lake Stage at Latitude is just one example of many. This album was written to relfect the bigger stages that they have elevated themselves onto... will they conquer?

Review by Rob Fearnely

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Elizabeth - Sketches for Erewyrehve (Obscene Baby Auction)

Posted by vibrations on 28-05-15

If you haven't heard our praise yet for, That Fucking Tank and Nope guitarist, Andy Abbott's solo ambient voyage then quite frankly where have you been?

Review by Steve Walsh

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Shield Patterns - Violet EP (Gizeh Records)

Posted by vibrations on 28-05-15

Released on March 9th, Violet is the newest EP from Manchester-Based Shield Patterns. Expect more exquisite electronic dark-pop from this duo who keep on growing. We can’t wait for their next full-length release.

Review by Tim Hearson

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Shatner - Wow Signals (Self release)

Posted by vibrations on 22-05-15

The first album in 7 years for Shatner and during that time, life for the band has certainly evolved. The space between us as individuals has resonated with Jim Bower, queue the return of the creator who will never stop.

Review by George Paris

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Ila - In Circles EP (Self release)

Posted by vibrations on 22-05-15

BBC Introducing are already familiar with this young Leeds 6 piece, who were featured as Radio 1s single of the week in collaboration with Leeds electronic duo Alphabet and their track ‘Snake’ has already received play on BBC Introducing West Yorkshire. Now that their debut EP has been released, it is time for the rest of us to catch up.

Review by George Paris

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Fie Fie Fie - The Alternative (Self release)

Posted by vibrations on 17-05-15

Having just released their album Can You Hear This, we listen to the West Yorkshire 5 piece's first single, 'The Alternative'

Review by George Paris

 

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Reverb Nation Introducing…

Posted by vibrations on 17-05-15

Partnering with ReverbNation over the past few months, we review the pick of the crop.

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The Leisure Society - The Fine Art Of Hanging On (Full Time Hobby)

Posted by vibrations on 15-05-15

For the left-field folkians and eccentric pop enthusiasts, this London-based band's fourth album is a must listen.

Review by George Paris

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Rosenblume - All Through The Fire, All Through The Rain (Conflict of Interest Records)

Posted by vibrations on 14-05-15

After playing Oporto last week, if you are a fan of country folk troubadours then listen to Liverpool's Rosenblume.

Review by George Paris

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