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Joy Killed The Duke – ‘Would You Still Like Me’

Joy Killed The Duke – Utrecht, The Netherlands Nowadays, when the word “Grunge” is used to describe a new band, it is often greeted with an eye roll. Joy Killed The Duke and Would You Still Like Me are very much a band existing to dispel this. The self-labelled “Neo-Grunge” four-piece and their flamboyant attire hail

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Padme – ‘The Fine Line Between Being Conscious and Self Harm’

Padme – Istanbul, Turkey This review was written by Community Contributor, Adam Brown. No need for introductions, we’ve met before. Ah screw it, this is Padme – a four-piece Punk band from Istanbul, Turkey and formed by Arda (Bass), Toprak (Guitars/Vocals), Ozan (Guitar/Vocals/Slave Stuff) and Orhi (Drums). Back in the murky depths of times-gone, we treated our

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Mighty Magic Animal – ‘Shucks’

Mighty Magic Animal – Salisbury, England, United Kingdom Mighty Magic Animal and Shucks add credit to the statement I made regarding their last EP. Something, something, don’t underestimate a two-piece band. If you want to break-down said release in a little more detail or rather read my own break-down, gyrate over to – Here. Mighty Magic Animal

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TANKENGINE – ‘TANKENGINE TAKENGINE’

TANKENGINE – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom TANKENGINE – TANKENGINE TAKENGINE is a collection of words denoting to the cliché (but apt) description of the words “powerhouse trio”. In fact, couple those very words with a cacophony of eerily inviting groove, playful Noise Rock “why nots” and complicated, spasmodic Post-Hardcore energy and it actually becomes a

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Bards and The ‘Barricades’ Single

Bards – Manchester, England, United Kingdom Progressive Rock is an ambiguous moniker indeed. Bards and their ‘Barricades’ single very much fit into this term mired in pre-listen mystery. The Manchester band’s career has ebbed, flown, soared and swam through various sonic landscapes since 2018, always accompanied by an emotional introspection itself flowing and ebbing at

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