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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

Myke Terry – Red Handed – Review

One-time Bury Your Dead frontman, Myke Terry, departs from the heavy metal scene with his solo debut ‘Red Handed’. For anyone lucky enough to have seen Myke Terry perform, will testify to the energetic and quite frankly powerful presence of the artist, with each performance delivering the same level

Uneven Structure – 8

8 is a ''Re-worked, re-recorded, re-packaged and presented as one 24 minute long track,'' version of the original released in 2009 from French prog-metal band Uneven Structure. While you can get the original EP for free off their website, this version consists of the current line-up. The initial EP, reportedly consisting