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Xeno-Fest: The Bestestest Festival In The History Of Everything

I’m not what you’d call a festival person, per say. But neither would I like to been classified under that bah-humbug stick-in-the-mud (pardon the...

Yes Giantess – Kitschoid Synth-Pop To Make Your Crotch Purrr (FREE MP3)

You know how that whole latest wave of ballyhooing lounge-trash synth-pop from the US seemed for a diced nano-second like it could be The...

Django Django – Jackin’ Spaghetti Westerners – Free MP3

Django Django, clinking/clunking/clanking Clunk, cluunnkk... What's that clunking? The sound of a clumsy workman lugging piece of scaffolding down by the old canal? Hmmm,...

Katie Stelmanis – Fucked Up Geek – Free MP3

I've been a member of a few clubs, namely: The James Bond Fanclub, The Blur Fanclub, and a Christian after school club that I...

Great Escape Round-Up – New Band Round-Up Day Three – Marina And The Diamonds, Rogues, Koko Von Napoo

So by now hopefully you've resigned yourself to the fact that these days the only real alternative pop stars that emerge are of one...

The Great Escape – La Roux – “Absolutely Solid”

Hahahahahahaha. Sorry. Just found this... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7XJ2a11XQ8 She has to do it live for festivals, right? I mean I don't even fully condone the breaks section at the end...

The Great Escape – New Band Round-Up Day Two – Phantom Band, Abe Vigoda, Vivian Girls

The last time I'd visited the Pavillion Theatre was to watch industrial metallers Pitchshifter in 1998. I was poorly, and had to leave before...

The Great Escape – New Band Round-Up Day One – Fan Death, Nullifier, Magic Magic

So if you've been vaguely keeping up with this blog you may well know that I've had somewhat of a rough innings with multi-venue...

Asher Roth Video Interview – ‘I Like My Big Girls’

His album is called 'Asleep In The Bread Aisle', and he's known for extolling the 'relaxing' qualities of cannabis in tracks such as 'I...

Local Natives – Dad-Friendly Indie At Its Most Hype – Free MP3

Local Natives are here for your father. Oh, you're 47 and dad died three years ago from a degenerative disease? Don't worry, that doesn't...
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