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THE MURDER CAPITAL RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM “WHEN I HAVE FEARS”

Today, Dublin’s The Murder Capital have released their much-anticipated debut album ‘When I Have Fears‘. Produced by Flood (PJ Harvey, New Order, Foals) the album features…

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Elastica – The Menace – Album Review

Proof that Damon Albarn didn’t write all their good songs Last year it emerged that the wife of Dick Francis helped him write his horsey thrillers….

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Bloco Vomit – Never Mind The Bossa Nova

This is an album that you might think another compilation of old punk tunes. But no this is not what it is! The album is…

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CATATONIA INTERNATIONAL VELVET Blanco Y Negro

This is an album of brilliance from a band who are proud to be welsh and sound distinctly so, thanks to Cerys Matthews’s wonderful accent…

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THEATRE OF HATE – ACT 3 EASTWORLD RECORDS

Kirk Brandon formed Theatre Of Hate pre-Spear Of Destiny, and for a while TOH continued alongside SOD, thereafter reappearing occasionally through the years. But in…

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SPEAR OF DESTINY- PSALM 3 EASTWORLD RECORDS

The series of Spear Of Destiny early recordings continues with the release of this double CD containing the Manor Mobile Sessions and Live At The…

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CATATONIA – LAND OF OUR FATHERS JOLA

This unofficial bootleg CD captures the Welsh maestro’s in action at the Newport Centre (26/3/98) as well as 5 other bonus tracks. At the end…

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THEN JERICO – ORGASMAPHOBIA EAGLE RECORDS

The Eighties revival continues with yet another absent friend returning to our midst, but as opposed to being in the lightweight mode (of Culture Club,…

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EAGLE-EYE CHERRY – DESIRELESS POLYDOR

Son of Legendary American jazz trumpeter Don Cherry, and half-brother of Neneh, Eagle-Eye is already a successful actor in his own right, but has decided…

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EMBRACE -THE GOOD WILL OUT VIRGIN

First and foremost – let’s get one thing straight – this band is so like Oasis and The Verve it is almost frightening. The vocal…

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