Quickspace : Flat Moon Society, The

Quickspace : Flat Moon Society, The

If you like your bands with backbone, look away now. Stoke Newington's most fragile souls, Quickspace , covet beauty and daisy chains more than brash attitude and forceful lyrics. While no-one could stomach too much of that, 'The Flat Moon...

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The Death Of Quickspace

The Death Of Quickspace

There is, as any productivity conscious factory foreman will tell you, a certain comfort in repetition; a curious relief to be eked from the ashen monotony of the everyday. And here, on Quickspace 's third album, it seems Tom Cullinan 's...

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London Camden Underworld

London Camden Underworld

The singer's smoking a cigarette, while the guitarist's scraping his strings with a drumstick like a DIY Jimmy Page . And the flautist? Well, she's wiping the spittle from her mouthpiece on her T-shirt. It's nonchalant and natural but it's...

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London Camden Dingwalls

London Camden Dingwalls

Repetition, we know, can be irritating. When cleverly orchestrated, however, loops, repeated riffs and interminable spirals of indecipherable vocals and surging sound have a hypnotic power, an undeniable majesty. Solex (ie, Elisabeth...

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Precious Falling

Precious Falling

IN ITS RELIGIOUS CONTEXT, fundamentalism can be murder. Yet if you're a hardy member of London's scruff-rock netherworld it can provide the sustenance for life itself. Tom Cullinan was once a Faith Healer, and he remains the spiritual ayatollah at...

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