Rolo Tomassi – ‘Astraea’

Rolo Tomassi – ‘Astraea’

Perhaps it’s just coincidence that Rolo Tomassi’s third album shares its name with the Greek goddess of justice, who sits in judgement over human follies. But we doubt it. After all, if you’d spent six years as one of the most adventurous,...

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Rolo Tomassi - 'Old Mystics'

Rolo Tomassi - 'Old Mystics'

First fruits from the all-new Rolo line up, and as much of a face-melting firecracker as you might expect, with guitars and larynxes equally shredded to pieces. Get on the B-side ‘Mesmerizer’ as well, which we’re currently streaming...

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Live Review: Rolo Tomassi

Live Review: Rolo Tomassi

When it comes to heavy rock, it must be noted that however one plays the game, one will surely wind up looking silly. Silly as a drunk guy with ‘SILLY’ scrawled upon his forehead. Silly as two teaspoons poking at a fishcake. Silly as the word...

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Album review: Rolo Tomassi - 'Cosmology' (Hassle)

Album review: Rolo Tomassi - 'Cosmology' (Hassle)

A lot of the time, logic has no place in music, and an argument could be made for Rolo Tomassi to be cited as the least logical band to make a play for the mainstream in recent times. Their apparently random blasts of alternately thick noise and...

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Live review: Rolo Tomassi

Live review: Rolo Tomassi

The first of three new songs from soon-to-come second album ‘Cosmology’ , ‘Party Wounds’ seems capable of creating the very grinning gashes that its title suggests. So far the signs for the Diplo -produced new record are good –...

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Rolo Tomassi

Rolo Tomassi

If anarchy is a virtue of youth – as anyone who’s had the misfortune of turning on their television recently to be confronted with the sight of John Lydon in a tartan dressing gown, buttering his morning crumpet in search of the dairy dollar...

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