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Halden Electric New Single

New Single Release From Album ‘Women’ Halden Electric returns with new single and video from his quite magnificent double album ‘Women’ First single to be lifted in 2014 from Halden Electric’s sublime double album ‘Women’ is the tearstained ‘Always You’. continue →

Inherit The Stars January Tour

Inherit The Stars On Tour In January 2014 Heading out on their UK debut tour this month is Sheffield’s Inherit The Stars. Having released a well-received first album back in May 2013 ‘We Were Made To Walk The Skies’, the continue →

Willard Grant Conspiracy interview

Life Becoming A Ghost Town Willard Grant Conspiracy talked with Famous Last Words (FLW) at the end of 2013 regarding their rather splendid album ‘Ghost Republic’. In addition, the band were awarded by FLW the coveted top spot of number continue →

Top 20 Best Of 2013

Famous Last Words (FLW) Top 20 Records 2013 In a truly exceptional year of music, Famous Last Words (FLW) has complied its twenty best albums (with one notable exception being an EP) of 2013. Compiling this list has by no continue →

One Cup Of Coffee With El Toro Records

El Toro Records still Screamin’ Famous Last Words (FLW) got in contact with El Toro Records as we have been long admirers of this Spanish record label. With El Toro Records specialising in rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and R&B reissues, continue →

Halden Electric

Halden Electric On His New Album ‘Women’ Halden Electric talked with Famous Last Words (FLW) recently about his latest album ‘Women’.  Not only is this a double album with one side acoustic based and the other more electric, but it continue →

Welcome Return For Donkeyboy

The boys from Drammen make a welcome return Donkeyboy is back with a new single ‘Triggerfinger’, which has received a glowing response at Famous Last Words (FLW). Fortunately for us, FLW managed to bag an interview with Cato Sundberg from continue →

At The Loft Presents Deathcrush

Deathcrush In New Session Latest filmed session coming straight from At The Loft studio in Oslo, Norway is relatively new Norwegian noiseniks Deathcrush. Sounding like an amalgamation of the spirit of Riot Grrrl era grunge with occasional forages into white continue →

Louise Jordan Interview

Folk songstress Louise Jordan talks about her album ‘Florilegium’ and recent tour Fresh from a recent tour of the UK, Louise Jordan found time to speak with Famous Last Words about plans for a new album in 2014. In addition to continue →

Diversity Is The Key To Survival

The Cheaterslicks open up to FLW Latest interview to be published at Famous Last Words (FLW) comes from The Cheaterslicks. FLW found the discussion with Paul Lovell Newman and Ruzz from The Cheaterslicks an extremely interesting one as they talked continue →

Peter Bruntnell interview

Peter Bruntnell discusses latest album and the reasons for his Scandinavian tour It was a truly memorable evening recently in Oslo as Buckleys hosted the Triple Troubadours consisting of Peter Bruntnell, Halden Electric and Tommy Womack. In addition to this tour, continue →

Congratulations Silya!

Stjernekamp winner 2013 Congratulations to Silya winner of Stjernekamp 2013! In honour of Silya’s victory this evening Famous Last Words (FLW) has promoted Ol’ Golden Tonsils to the top of the class once more with front cover status for this 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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