Six By Seven: 'If Symptoms Persist Kill Your Doctor'

Six By Seven: 'If Symptoms Persist Kill Your...

Following the revival of some more renowned ’90s space rockers, Nottingham’s Six By Seven have decided to give it another go. So, if the wait for a new Spiritualized record is too much for you, or you’re a ticketless Verve fan wandering the...

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Six By Seven : All My New Best Friends

Six By Seven : All My New Best Friends

Terrible times, as usual, for a href="http://www.nme.com/artists/147135.htm">Six By Seven[/url], a band who evidently entered the music business just so they could complain more loudly about it. Dogged followers of Nottingham's grimmest men...

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Six By Seven : Paris Trabendo

Six By Seven : Paris Trabendo

Professor Walter Van Hagens’ Body World exhibition is causing quite a stir. The former anatomist’s collection of preserved, "plastinated" corpses is being hailed by some as an artistic and scientific triumph, a taboo-shattering attempt to...

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Six By Seven : The Way I Feel Today

Six By Seven : The Way I Feel Today

Now that Lostprophets and their ilk have taken over Britain like an outbreak of sonic foot and mouth, it's getting harder to remember a time when anger and guitars did not inevitably add up to nu-metal in this country. Vitriol, sulkiness,...

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Six By Seven : I.O.U Love

Six By Seven : I.O.U Love

A very good song by a very good band who've somehow found themselves out on a limb, wondering where all the other surly indie boys went. Neither ugly enough for nu-metal nor wet enough for nice guy Travis -rock, Six By Seven have fallen between...

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Six By Seven : Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

Six By Seven : Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

p>These are hard times for Six By Seven . Their last album 'The Closer You Get' wasn't received too well, and with their label, Beggars Banquet ploughing cash into The White Stripes , the future looks far from rosy. But then, if things look...

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Six By Seven: London Highbury Garage

Six By Seven: London Highbury Garage

Even by their preternaturally bitter standards, 2000 must've been a frustrating year for Six By Seven. When their second album, 'The Closer You Get', was released to almost unanimous acclaim for its seething descriptions of provincial British...

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Eat Junk Become Junk

Eat Junk Become Junk

A profoundly grim record made grimmer still by Two Lone Swordsmen and Zan Lyons, both of whom filter out Six By Seven's distinctive features - tune, shouting, cheap fucking lager, scabby roll-ups, God-this-country's-gone-to-the-dogs-rage - in a...

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Toronto Horseshoe Tavern

Toronto Horseshoe Tavern

Used to be that all a band had to do to secure a sold-out gig in this town was produce a British passport - hell, even Menswear ruled this town ever so briefly. Could be that the local Anglophiles are all popped-out after this week's triumphant...

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Six By Seven : New year

Six By Seven : New year

Oh, stop teasing us. While Six By Seven are easily one of the most underrated bands around, the single format doesn't sit easily with the sprawling, yearning racket they can make when given a bit more time. They're endearing precisely...

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