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After an extremely busy and eventful first week, Famous Last Words (FLW) is proud to announce forthcoming interviews with Blood Command, Delays, Grahame Skinner (Hipsway) to name but a few.

Famous Last Words (FLW) has finally arrived!

The lights at Famous Last Words (FLW) have finally been switched on. It has been an incredible journey to date, taking in many towns and cities, and even a few countries, in order to secure interviews with some very exciting new continue →

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Doomsday EP

Reptilians From Andromeda (Prof Sny Records)

A band to believe in, Reptilians From Andromeda issue their latest garage-punk offerings with far more truths than other sources are currently leading us to believe.

 

The Inception EP

Oddhums (Inverse Records)

Taking our senses by surprise and definitely late to this particular party, Oddhums serve up a concise and engaging set of stoner rock, sludge and grunge via The Inception EP.

 

Eilean: [45]

Various Artists (Eilean Records)

More compilation goodness of ambient and experimental instrumentation from a selection of artists from around the globe.

 

Dream On (Single)

Amy Macdonald (Virgin / EMI Records)

Back in style, Amy Macdonald conjures up an infectious indie pop song with Dream On.

 

Other Side of Town (Single)

Gorilla Cult (Untitled)

The more one hears first single from Stockholm’s Gorilla Cult, the Other Side of Town certainly starts to become something of an obsession in more ways than one.

 

Space Invaders

The Kings of Outer Space (Greystone Records)

It’s got a bit of everything in terms of what to expect from a KOOS album, but it’s also an album that’s been listening to a few other ideas outside of its usual comfort zones, making it their best yet.

 

Bad Bohemian (Single)

British Sea Power (Golden Chariot Records)

A welcome return for indie eccentrics British Sea Power and new single Bad Bohemian.

 

Better Days

Missiles of October (POGO Records)

Second album for Missiles of October, who continue with their combined sounds of punk, sludge and stoner rock to serve up a real noise fest with ten new songs.

 

Paranoid (Single)

Cal (Waterfall / BMG)

New year, new start for Frida Amundsen who adopts the name Cal for this current project where pop is on the agenda coupled with insightful lyrics.

 

In The Company of Vultures

Panic In Eden (Panic In Eden)

An album with a vintage rock sound yet sounding distinctly modern, Panic In Eden has emerged from a previous wreckage to deliver a fascinating and exhilarating album.

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