Tramlines 2013 – The good, the bad and the _____

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Well, Tramlines 2013 is done and dusted and I’ve reviewed it amply for La Pop Life (a top site from México) and Goldflakepaint (a top site from Bristol). For my own Shithole of a Website (TM), Sloucher, I’ll do a bit of photo caption and then go into an assessment of the bad, the good and the _____. Continue reading “Tramlines 2013 – The good, the bad and the _____”

Review: Tramlines 2012 (the whole weekend)

Tramlines 2012. It was a long experience as somehow I thought I could manage to get as many bands as I could if I did half-sets.

I probably shouldn’t plan gig attendances while surrounded by chemicals in the analytical lab.

In the spirit of inside jokes (I.e. the quest of the perfect name for a label), here’s my caffeine-fuelled review. Continue reading “Review: Tramlines 2012 (the whole weekend)”

Singles Reviewed – Everyone an army, Silent Front, A Clean Kitchen is a Happy Kitchen, Collider, The Lucid Dream, Torches

Greetings, readers who know that I am the eye in the sky, looking at you, I can read your mind. I am the maker of rules, ok? Welcome to another edition of our “off again, off again, hey it’s on again!” single reviews column. Granted, some of them aren’t singles, but I liked them and made my stupid human collaborators review ’em. A huevo que sí. 

This week’s singles come courtesy of the sausage sarnies from John’s Van. They be awesome, yo! I also like the one from Urban Deli, the one that looks like an electrical resistance coil (but doesn’t taste like that). Man, I need sausages. And sponsors. Can’t keep bigging up people for free!

Ah, singles, right:

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Interview – Everyone an army

A few months ago, we reviewed a couple of recordings by a band called Everyone an army. Lo and behold, we managed to corner them with promises of Müller corners (toffee, natch) and cajoled a few answer out of them.  Continue reading “Interview – Everyone an army”