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Dark The Suns Best Of Album

Dark The Suns Best Of Album Gothic metal all the way from Finland with Dark The Suns. After four years of inactivity, Dark The Suns return to the fold with a new release to mark 10 years together as a continue →

Monster Jaw Call Time On Their Career

Monster Jaw Call Time On Their Career As 2015 starts to draw to a close, another band decides to call time on their career. After three years of recording and performing live, alternative rock band, Monster Jaw, officially announced their continue →

Live Date for The Tall Grass

Live Date for The Tall Grass The Tall Grass, comprising of Peter Fenton and Jamie Hutchings, will be performing this Friday night (27/11) at The Gasoline Pony in Marrickville, Australia. With the duo adding the final touches to their debut continue →

New Interview With Monster Youth

New Interview With Monster Youth It was down to bass player, Koen De Gendt, that Famous Last Words (FLW) received its first hearing of indie band Monster Youth. As word soon spread, FLW returned the call with a request for continue →

In Time With TimeKillers

In Time With TimeKillers Latest interview to arrive at Famous Last Words (FLW) is with TimeKillers. After impressing FLW greatly with their debut album, ‘Dead City Dreams’, it was left to FLW to seek out these punk rockers from Finland continue →

Evidence of The Ranch Girls & Ragtime Wranglers

Evidence of The Ranch Girls & Ragtime Wranglers The Ranch Girls along with The Ragtime Wranglers performed recently at Turnhout, Belgium. The live performance staged on November 6th, 2015, saw The Ragtime Wranglers take to the stage first at Turnhout continue →

A Two-Way Split Between Moving Mountains And Prawn

A Two-Way Split Between Moving Mountains And Prawn There is a split release on the way from Triple Crown Records featuring Moving Mountains and Prawn. Both tracks selected for this two-way release are new tracks, and set for official release continue →

Fresh Tour Dates For Kaki King

Fresh Tour Dates For Kaki King Out on the road this month is the instrumental artist Kaki King. Taking her trusty guitar(s) with her for a series of live dates in Europe this November, Kaki King will be performing her continue →

Debut Album On The Way From Cold Sweats

Debut Album On The Way From Cold Sweats Currently active promoting third single ‘Hater Failure’ from their forthcoming debut album ‘Social Coma’, New York trio, Cold Sweats, look set to release the full album later this week. With ‘Social Coma’ continue →

The Main Level Set For Debut Album

The Main Level Set For Debut Album Hailing from Norway and one of the biggest pop sensations in the nation’s recent history, pop band The Main Level is gearing themselves for their debut album release next month. The band’s first continue →

Devinyl Splits No. 4 Featuring Cymbals Eat Guitars

Devinyl Splits No. 4 Featuring Cymbals Eat Guitars Continuing the Devinyl Splits series, which is a set of six releases issued on 7″ vinyl and featuring Kevin Devine teaming up with a different partner for every release, Cymbals Eat Guitars continue →

Gluefoot Reflect On Grangetown

Gluefoot Reflect On Grangetown With a sound that is more akin to the cities of Boston and Seattle rather than Bristol and near neighbour Cardiff (UK), new pop-punk/grunge trio Gluefoot is ready to unleash their noise for a second time continue →

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Edge of Love

Lisa Redford (Bandcamp)

Lisa Redford (plus band) has made a rousing comeback that is likely to win over new supporters here as well as overseas.

 

Bedsit

Jamie Hutchings (Come To The Darkside Luke)

Coming from a bleak period in his life, but not without forgetting to raise a smile and exude a belly full of laughs once in a while, is Jamie Hutchings fourth solo album ‘Bedsit’.

 

Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love

Departures (Holy Roar Records)

Revisiting an honest record where emotions are laid bare against a soundtrack that is equally captivating in its twists and turns of melodic passages and grinding post punk and hardcore sounds.

 

Captivity

Forth (Secret Entertainment)

The band’s latest album ‘Captivity’ marries influences from alternative rock, grunge, hard rock to even Elvis Presley himself.

 

Who Do You Love (from album Barbed Wire Kisses)

The Jesus and Mary Chain (Blanco y Negro)

The instruction manual for how to execute a perfect cover version can be found here. Innovative reworking by the Reid brothers of Bo Diddley’s ‘Who Do You Love’ breeds a classic.

 

Don’t Touch! (EP)

Andre Williams (Koko Mojo)

‘Just Want A Little Lovin’ that is most certainly raw yet suggestive of many things in terms of its approach…

 

Gonna Make It Alone – Brexit Rockers

Various Artists (Atomicat)

The music speaks for itself on this latest compilation from Atomicat, despite its relevance in name only to the current political debate surrounding the UK and rest of Europe.

 

Surface Textures

Andrew Tasselmyer (Eilean Records)

Going to great lengths to capture the sounds included on ‘Surface Textures’ with visits to Japan, China, Europe and the USA between 2017 and 2018…

 

DANCE!

Freedom Fuel (Secret Entertainment)

A massive leap forward as far as the creativity is concerned when it comes to Freedom Fuel and their latest long player ‘DANCE!’.

 

Noise From The Attic

Heyme (Jezus Factory Records)

…the ten songs crafted on this debut solo album are largely built out of improvisation.

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