Wilt : Take Me Home

Wilt : Take Me Home

Maybe there's a rock equation which states the more balanced and perceptive an individual, the less likely they are to create music that headbutts its way out of the contemporary parameters. In interview Wilt's Cormac Battle shows every sign of...

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No Worries

No Worries

Wilt No Worries (Mushroom) Even if you can get over the fact that a) they're called Wilt b) they used to be Kerbdog , and c) they look like Australian school teachers, 'No Worries' still veers towards the average side of...

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Tunbridge Wells The Forum

Tunbridge Wells The Forum

Friday night in Middle England and the indie kids are at play. Outside are packs of attack dog-eyed lager-lager-lager lads but here, in the Forum (a privatised ex-public toilet) it's nice and safe and cosy. Down the front are 20 kids, all...

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Bastinado

Bastinado

Dick Whittington fever strikes again. As the dead pop stars trudge disconsolately away from London, drowning in impotent rage, there are always a few for whom the bells toll. Cormac Battle might have thought that he'd blown his only chance (or...

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Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

Demand is always high for the Next Big Thing. But things move fast these days - so fast that Radiohead copyists Muse haven't even hit it big yet, but they already have their own tribute band operating in their angst-ridden wake......

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