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Something to Smile About 2019 – Review

Something To Smile About Festival 2019 - Tanya Russell It is our first year at Something To Smile About Festival, so we don't really know what to expect and therefore we are immediately delighted when we enter the festival field to a genial atmosphere with a vibrant, feel-good vibe. The music kicks off with

Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker dies

We've just had some bad news over from Nuclear Blast. RIP Mitch Lucker from Lyric Lounge Review. The official statement from the label reads: It is with great sadness and regret this morning that we have to report that Mitch Lucker,vocalist of SUICIDE SILENCE, passed away a few hours ago due to

BASTILLE announce new single ‘Flaws’

Rapidly heading towards becoming a household name, we’ve already witnessed BASTILLE’s soaring vocal harmonies and unpretentious personas back when Lyric Lounge Review met them three weeks ago during a secret gig. And we really weren’t convinced when frontman Dan confessed he was “a bit of a loser”. Yet just days after

Wychwood Festival 2012 In Review

What a brilliant way to kick off Wychwood Festival; the Roving Crows start with a beautiful slice of folk whimsy called ‘Long Time Dead’ that is a clarion call to enjoy life. ‘Nancy Valentine’ is an anecdotal tale of the trials and tribulations of motherhood with elegant backing vocals and


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The Freefall – Through the crowds

  [pullquote]The Freefall are certainly a band to look out for, they know what they’re doing and they’re already doing it well.[/pullquote] The Freefall are a four piece indie band from the Midlands. Having recently changed their name (previously named Before the Fall) these lads are currently raising their profile gigging across