Singles Review: Black Feet Revolution, Fear of Men, A. Mountains, Dead Stars, The Mercy Beat

HOLY FUCKING SHIT! I’m back, ladies and germs and… you know what? Screw that binary gender malarkey. HI READERS. That’s better. Welcome to another edition of our “reviewing releases late again” single reviews column.

This week’s singles come courtesy of a lifelong depression triggered by the ending of Stalker: Clear Sky. That was some Bible-calibre depressing stuff.

Ah, singles, right:

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Video Round Up: Fear of Men, Psychic Twin, The Clench, Elika, Let’s Say We Did, Beaty Heart, LCMDF

Howdy ho, this is yer “round up” editor, Orestes P. Xistos, and I’m bringing you a few videos for your visual pleasure. Why? Because we love you.

No, wait, that’s the Mickey Mouse Club. I hate that mouse. Team Donald forever!

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Blessa, Fear of Men & Veronica Falls at The Harley

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It doesn’t get much better than this, a trio of great bands, presented in the stage that occupies the funky joint called The Harley. Three bands playing music from genres that will not cater for a crisp, clear cut sound, but an expansive sound with heavy brushings of reverb, fuzz and overdrive. Continue reading “Blessa, Fear of Men & Veronica Falls at The Harley”

Bands to look for at SXSW 2013

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Ahoy there! We are a broke, skint and demoralised, so we won’t make it to SXSW 2013 in Austin, home to the second best chili con carne I’ve had in my life (1st was in Arkansas, thanks for asking).

It matters not, here’s a list of bands we heartily recommend you do check at the festival. Why 42? Because I miss Douglas Adams, that’s why. Don’t forget to take a towel. All bands organised by date. Venues were correct at time of printing (I nicked the info from the official SXSW page). Continue reading “Bands to look for at SXSW 2013”

Singles Review: Psychic Twin, Duncan Sheik, Wet Nuns, Adi Carter, Low Duo, Fear of Men, Madame Recamier, Bayone, Bleaklow

Greetings, readers drinking Sangría Señorial (via smuggling) and eating cheese triangles.  Welcome to another edition of our “reviewing releases late again” single reviews column.

This week’s singles come courtesy of a lifelong depression triggered by the final episode of ALF. Shit, that was depressing, son.

Ah, singles, right:

Continue reading “Singles Review: Psychic Twin, Duncan Sheik, Wet Nuns, Adi Carter, Low Duo, Fear of Men, Madame Recamier, Bayone, Bleaklow”