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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 – Interview with Scottish Music Network

Samba Punk from Scotland interviewed By James Edmond James: – Where did you get the name Bloco Vomit? Rob: – A Bloco is a small…

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Daniel Denecke – Interview with Scotland Calling (Scottish Music Network)

SMN : – How would you explain the sort of music you play to people that have not heard of yourself? DANIEL DENECKE: – I…

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Ash Interview with Scottish Music Network

We caught up with Ash during their tour of Down Under, the band where great about doing and arranging this interview around their heck take…

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LIFE OF AGONY SOUL SEARCHING SUN Roadrunner

This is quite simply a fabulous album. No bullshit, just go out and buy it. Hailing from New York, this is the third album from…

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Echo & The Bunnymen live – Glasgow Barrowland 28th April 1999

On a warm April evening we strolled in to Barrowland Ballroom to see Liverpool’s finest Echo & The Bunnymen. As we arrived we went to…

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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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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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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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