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MODERN RUIN by Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes

Modern Ruin Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes Album Review by Matt Callard Frank Carter’s third outfit in a decade ...

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LAST PLACE by Grandaddy

Last Place Grandaddy Album Review by Matt Callard Band reformation. Never a good thing, right? Unless it’s ‘ ...

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NOTHING LASTS FOREVER (AND IT’S FINE) by Flora Cash

Nothing Lasts Forever (and It’s Fine) Flora Cash Album Review by Matt Callard Duo Flora Cash are going for some S ...

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FOR A MOMENT I WAS LOST by Amber Run

For a Moment I Was Lost Amber Run Album Review by Matt Callard It’s happening, for Amber Run. Fresh second album, ...

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HONEST LIFE by Courtney Marie Andrews

Honest Life Courtney Marie Andrews Album Review by Matt Callard Still only 26 but with a bulging session CV that runs th ...

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TWIN SOLITUDE by Leif Vollebekk

Twin Solitude Leif Vollebekk Album Review by Matt Callard It makes such an obvious, head-down, bee-line for sparse, gla ...

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TWITCH by James Kruman

Twitch James Kruman Album Review by Matt Callard All these kids, sat in damp bedrooms fiddling with gadgets and battere ...

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THIEVES LIKE US by Thieves Like Us

Thieves Like Us Thieves Like Us Album Review by Matt Callard Amazing what a solid cult following can do for longevity th ...

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PANIC OF GIRLS by Blondie

Panic of Girls Blondie Album Review by Matt Callard Blondie were the perfect group. Pop, rock, disco, punk, reggae. Glam ...

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I HOPE YOU DON’T MIND ME WRITING by Lucy Spraggan

I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing Lucy Spraggan Album Review by Roger Crow There was a time when hearing an album i ...