Haven  : London ULU

Haven : London ULU

Haven look tired. They're back in London for the second time in just over a month, promoting the re-release of their debut single, 'Til The End'. Just weeks ago, singer Gary Briggs looked like a star waiting to be thrust into the...

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Haven  :  'Til The End

Haven : 'Til The End

Despite the kiss-of-death patronage from the once great Johnny Marr (a sensation the Pet Shop Boys are about to encounter after having the Smiths man work on their new album), Haven battle gamely on. And there is something endearing and true...

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Haven /The Crescent : London Camden Dingwalls

Haven /The Crescent : London Camden Dingwalls

Whispers coming from the north promise that The Crescent are The New La's. Lee Mavers, former frontman of one of the most influential Liverpool bands of recent years, originally recruited these four fresh-faced kids from the streets of his...

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Haven  : Between The Senses

Haven : Between The Senses

Last October, Haven were one of ten bands picked by NME as the future of "Guitar Britain". Out of all of them, though, they looked the ones who had most to prove. Neither as surreally psychedelic as The Coral or Electric Soft Parade nor...

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Haven  : Say Something

Haven : Say Something

In the polluted, litter-strewn airstream of pop, the much heralded Haven are perfectly formed dandelion seeds, organically grown and ready to beautify whatever wasteland they settle on. At least that's what the immensely buoyant, shimmering...

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Haven  : Cardiff Barfly

Haven : Cardiff Barfly

They probably won't be too thankful that we pointed this out, but this writer recalls Haven when they slogged the Cornish gig circuit under the name Blew. They were worse than any band has a right to be, the sort of awful that stays imprinted...

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