Category Archive: Reviews

Whalers – Paddle Easy

How difficult is to be an indie-rock band from Austin, Texas? In a conservative environment surrounded by country music, Whalers have been re-defining the limit of classic early 60’s surf rock tunes for the last three years. A year after their self-recorded and self-released EP’s How The Ship Goes Down they are back with the …

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Hey you! Do you remember me?

The Darkness + Lost Alone + The River 68’s Tuesday 12 November @ Electric Ballroom, Camden, London It was not Friday night and it was ten years ago that we heard for the first time their name and we started to believe in a thing called love. Today, after a lot of drugs and a …

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Biffy Clyro – Diane Young (Vampire Weekend cover) and more…

The Scottish band performed the cover on Radio 1’s Live Lounge, adopting comedy voices for the chorus and barely making it through the song without bursting out laughing. ‘Diane Young’ features on Vampire Weekend’s 2013 album ‘Modern Vampires of the City‘ and was released as a single in March. And Other Covers: Biffy Clyro – …

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Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork

Release Date: June 3, 2013 Producer: Joshua Homme Label: Matador How to become Indie. Elton John one day called QOTSA’s frontman and simply said: “Hello Josh, this is Elton, the only thing missing from your band is an actual queen!” A recovery of four months following complications from an operation undergone by Josh Homme, resulting in a deep depression of the …

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Sintomi di Gioia – Streaming

Ricapitolando: il primo Ep di 4 tracce dei Sintomi di Gioia risale al lontano 2006; titolo, “Io chiedo e tu rispondi”. Nel 2008 è la volta di “Segnalibro”, 10 pezzi prodotti dalla Self. La svolta avviene però nell’ ottobre del 2010, con l’ uscita de “L’animale”, ultimo lavoro dei Sintomi di gioia, al secolo Luca …

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Sting – The Last Ship | Streaming

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson makes a guest appearance on “The Last Ship”, a soundtrack primarily featuring Sting for a Broadway production of the same name. Johnson can be heard on the song “Sky Hooks and Tartan Paint”, which is one of eight bonus tracks on the super deluxe edition of the album. “The Last Ship” …

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Turin Brakes – We Were Here – Streaming

We Were Here is the sixth studio album by Turin Brakes and second released on Cooking Vinyl. It was recorded at Rockfield Studios and engineered and mixed by Ali Staton and produced by Turin Brakes and Ali Staton. It will be released on September 30, 2013.

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Roger Waters – The Wall live 2013 | London 14.09.2013

Roger Waters – The Wall live 2013 – London 14.09.2013 Setlist: Set 1 01. Outside the Wall 02. In the Flesh? 03. The Thin Ice 04. Another Brick in the Wall Part 1 05. The Happiest Days of Our Lives 06. Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 07. The Ballad of Jean Charles de …

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Hear My Train A Comin’ | Jimi Hendrix

A new two-hour Jimi Hendrix documentary includes home videos made by the guitar icon himself along with footage shot during his last-ever show just 12 days before he died. Hear My Train A Comin’ is released in November and makes up part of the celebrations for what would have been his 70th birthday year. The …

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The Internet Must Go

Last year, market researcher John Wooley was hired to help the big ISP’s sell their vision for a faster, cleaner Internet. These are the people who helped him with his report. If you agree that your Internet Service Provider should not be making decisions for you about the Internet you get access to, the most important …

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