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Al Horner

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
These Cornflake Portraits Of John Lennon, Michael Jackson And More Are Pretty Awesome

Let's face it, breakfast is probably the least rock 'n' roll meal of the day. Maybe it's something to do with the fact any rock star worth his salt isn't likely to wake up before lunch - and even then, their first meal of the day is more likely to be two aspirins and Bloody Mary. That didn't stop New York artist Sarah Rosado creating these awesome cereal portraits of musicians from Jimi Hendrix to Amy Winehouse, though.

 

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Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
Stream Lxury's Remix Of 'Time' By Jungle

This week's issue of NME sees us chew the fat with the man who's being tipped to steal Disclosure's crown, Lxury. To celebrate, here's a new remix he's done on 'Time' by Jungle. Pick up the mag to read James Bentley's interview with the man himself.

 

Al Horner

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
Track Premiere - Menace Beach's Scintillating Scuzz-Rock Heist 'Lowtalkin'

In and out in two thrilling minutes, this latest track from Leeds racketmakers Menace Beach feels like a finely executed bank heist - detonating into life like TNT through a safe wall then careening away in a rush of shredding guitars and screeched backing vocals that wail like distant police sirens.

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Monday, July 21, 2014

 
The John Steel Singers 'Everything's A Thread' - Exclusive Stream And Track-By-Track

One of our favourite new bands, Aussies The John Steel Singers release album 'Everything's A Thread' next Monday (July 28) via Full Time Hobby, and we've got the whole thing to stream below. What's more, keyboardist/trombonist/vocalist Pete Bernoth has gone and written us a track-by-track too.

 

Al Horner

Posted on Friday, July 18, 2014

 
The Family Rain's 'Hunger Sauce' EP - Exclusive Stream

"Right now, The Family Rain sound like a band whose confidence is swelling," writes Kevin EG Perry in this week's NME, praising the Bath trio's "ripped, pumped-up riffs" and Oasis-like swagger on new EP 'Hunger Sauce'. Most bands would rest on their laurels having just released a widely applauded debut album ('Under The Volcano'). Not William, Ollie and Timothy Walter who, five months after that debut LP, release this new seven song collection next Monday (July 28).

 
 
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