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REVIEW: Paul - Photograph's by Andy Crofts

REVIEW: Paul – Photographs by Andy Crofts

Currently sitting pretty at number 1 in the album charts with his name being mentioned in the same breath as Lennon and McCartney, Paul Weller has much to being proud of at this moment in time. One of his band…

REVIEW: Bdrmm - Bedroom

REVIEW: Bdrmm – Bedroom

Mixes various musical styles but with a firm stamp in the direction of The Cure, Slowdive and MBV, Bdrmm’s new longer player Bedroom released via Sonic Cathedral will wake you up from your slumber before reaching into your heart and…

REVIEW: Keith Seatman - Time To Dream But Never Seen

REVIEW: Keith Seatman – Time To Dream But Never Seen

The latest album Time To Dream But Never Seen released via Castles In Space by electronic keyboard wizard Keith Seatman delves into an often mysterious sound yet keeping an intriguing musical angle through the long player, the sort of release…

NEWS: THE CORAL's Paul Molloy releases Dungaree Day

NEWS: THE CORAL’s Paul Molloy releases Dungaree Day

Like “Wild Bill Hicock arm-wrestling Davy Jones in the Jolly Roger” The Coral’s Paul Molloy releases the first single from his debut solo album Vignettes of dark humour, literary drama and unscreened soundtracks feature in the river-deep debut solo album from Paul Molloy,…

Gigslutz New Music Playlist #21

A GENRE SPANNING SELECTION OF TRACKS WHICH HAVE CAUGHT OUR EARS FROM OUR INBOX OF NEW RELEASES THIS WEEK… Gang Of Four – Day Turns Into Night Cat Ryan – Blessed Through The TV Hoofa – Water Balloons Runrummer –…

LISTEN: The Blinders share new track ‘Black Glass’

The Blinders have shared their new track ‘Black Glass’, the latest and final track to be taken from their upcoming album Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath ahead of its release on July 17th via Modern Sky UK. A constantly evolving journey,…

WATCH: THE LATHUMS at play to mark the release of ‘ALL MY LIFE’

Friendship and adventure on aimless summer days are captured in the video for The Lathums’ debut single on Island Records, All My Life. Shot entirely on vintage, Super 8 film on the streets and surrounding fields of their native Wigan, the prodigious four-piece faced the cameras together…