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Lawrence Taylor supports Hunter & The Bear on tour this May

  New single Poor Boy out now via Glassnote LAWRENCE TAYLOR SUPPORTING HUNTER & THE BEAR ON TOUR THIS MAY INCLUDING 2 NIGHTS AT LONDON’S BLACK HEART NEW TRACK ‘POOR BOY’ OUT NOW LISTEN HERE & WATCH THE LIVE VIDEO HERE Birmingham musician, songwriter and emergent pop star Lawrence Taylor has been announced as support to Hunter & The Bear

Bad Touch – Shake a Leg – Album Review

I had the pleasure of reviewing Bad Touch’s ‘Shake a Leg’ as my first ever music review – and I say pleasure because as soon as I saw the beautifully designed album cover, and heard the first beat of the first song ‘Lift Your Head Up,’ I knew I was


     Universal Music Catalogue are pleased to announce these five classic LP reissues by iconic alternative rock band, Jimmy Eat World. Bleed American features four of the band’s most well-love singles; "Bleed American", "The Middle", "Sweetness" and "A Praise Chorus". It was the band’s fourth album and a critical and commercial success,

Glass Caves  – ‘Alive’ – Review

Alternative-rockers Glass Caves release their debut album ‘Alive,’ a vibrant blend of familiar sounds and signature hooks. The Leeds locals Glass Caves are the kind of band that come around once a blue moon, combining the raw energy of a live set into one compact EP. Glass Caves are a very muscular force in contemporary music, having forged

From the Vault – A Tale of Two Cities::: New Horizons

Dickensian is the last adjective you think of when listening to the Bristolian’s debut EP. There’s not a stovepipe hat in sight, instead you’ve got some distinctly garage sounding indie rock on show. They’ve been threatening to make a breakthrough for a while on the strength of a solid

The Floodgates – ‘You’ Review

Originally beginning as a folk-rock duo just one year ago, three-piece acoustic-rock group The Floodgates have experienced a great deal, and have undergone significant change, in a very short space of time. The Tunbridge Wells natives quickly made a name for themselves on the local scene, are now gigging nationwide,

Echosmith – ‘Talking Dreams’ – Review

Whilst at first sight you might conclude Echosmith to be some hybrid offspring of Paramour and the Mickey Mouse Club, you’d be doing the band a grievous misgiving. As veteran musicians and aficionados we can often be critical, snobbish, and quick to jump the gun. And I confess, at