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Manchester, UK’s excellent guitar-driven Spring King gained notoriety as having the first song played on Apple’s Beats 1 [...Read More]
A well-deserving trio is starting to see the national light of day. The Record Company, headed up [...Read More]
The UK band Teleman has returned with a track that portends potential major band status for them. [...Read More]
When the Coachella lineup was announced, a major highlight for me was that The Last Shadow Puppets [...Read More]
Here’s a Seattle 3-piece that’s hard rock, psychedelic, slightly retro, dancy, and much more. The Gods Themselves [...Read More]
The Fratellis latest album Eyes Wide Tongue Tied probably hasn’t received its due here in the US. [...Read More]
Bloc Party are back and in a winning way. This new single doesn’t revert to their original [...Read More]
If you’re a fan of The Pogues, you’ll probably be a fan of “Trouble On Oxford Street” [...Read More]
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As of late, a few bands have been adding some edge and energy to what has been [...Read More]
Two years ago, The Strypes were one of the hottest new bands emerging from the UK. They [...Read More]
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How many times does a fine album drop, only to not to receive its due love? Here’s [...Read More]