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Fatherson - I Am An Island

Fatherson – I Am An Island

The long awaited debut album from one of Scotland's most exciting young bands They may all be younger than twenty two, but the members of Fatherson have been making music for more than four years...
Everafter - Everything Is One

Everafter – Everything Is One

A debut album brimming with energy, passion and promise Pop punk seems to be a genre on the wane these days, diluted by posers in ridiculous outfits on the cover of Kerrang! magazine. Some bands...
Jon Byrne - Built By Angels

Jon Byrne – Built By Angels

An impressive album that stands out in a crowded music scene. Released: 24/06/2013 on Splitting The Atom If Mick Jones of The Clash likes your music, you know you’re doing something right. Clearly then, Jon...
Everything On Red - Satellites

Everything On Red – Satellites

Stoke's emerging punk heroes' second album could be the perfect springboard. Released: 25/05/2013 Everything On Red is a band you may not have heard of unless you happen to be deeply knowledgeable about bands from...
Rival Records: Fall Out Boy Vs Paramore

Rival Records: Fall Out Boy Vs Paramore

Two pop-punk titans return with make or break albums. But who makes a bigger impression? Save Rock And Roll released: 15/04/2013 on Island Records Paramore released: 08/04/2013 on Fueled By Ramen Welcome to a new...
Bring Me The Horizon - Sempiternal

Bring Me The Horizon – Sempiternal

Bring Me The Horizon return having stuck with their winning formula. Released: 01/04/2013 on RCA It doesn’t seem so long ago that Bring Me The Horizon released their third album, but somehow three years have...
Stereophonics - Graffiti On The Train

Stereophonics – Graffiti On The Train

Stereophonics return with an album sure to tug at your heart. Released: 04/03/2013 on Stylus Records It’s been a hectic four years for Stereophonics. Since the release of 2009’s slightly underwhelming Keep Calm And Carry...
The Cave Singers – Naomi

The Cave Singers – Naomi

From the cave and into our hearts. Released: 04/03/2013 on Jagjaguwar Named for their muse, The Cave Singers bring us their fourth album entitled Naomi. It opens with ‘Canopy’, an upbeat song which starts their...
Doldrums - Lesser Evil

Doldrums – Lesser Evil

Trippy Canadian psychedelic androgyny. Released: 26/02/2013 on Souterrain Transmissions Canadian artist Airick Woodhead is fast making a name for himself as an experimental pop musician, who has the adventurous ability to transcend techniques whilst mixing...
ME - Even The Odd Ones Out

ME – Even The Odd Ones Out

Quite simply this album is huge; a gargantuan debut effort. Released 25/02/2013 on Lizard King Records ME are a bit of a marmite band; you’ll either love them or hate them. They don’t really fit...
Foals – Holy Fire

Foals – Holy Fire

Oxford's Foals showcase new talents in their third album. Released: 11/02/2013 on Transgressive Records It sounds terrible, but everything I have been told from friends or read in magazines about Foals has not particularly inspired...
Sapient - Slump

Sapient – Slump

Hip hop for the brave, the clever and the modern. Released: 19/02/2013 on Camobear Records Portland-based emcee Sapient is best known for being a trailblazer for the new breed of hip hop artists. He is...