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Club Night – ‘Hell Ya’ EP review


Featuring members of Meat Market, Lofter, Twin Steps, Radiator Hospital and Our Brother the Native, Club Night are a band you’ll fall in love with straight away. Hailing from Oakland, California, the DIY five-piece have a kitchen-sink approach to writing and recording that leaves you with a hugely entertaining and surprising listen. ‘Hell Ya’ is…

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Bellevue Days – ‘Rosehill’ EP review


We’ve been hearing good things about Bellevue Days for quite a while now and when we saw them at 2000 Trees, we were suitably unpressed. Playing the festival mere days after releasing the ‘Rosehill’ EP, the Croydon four-piece have plenty more exciting gigs in the pipeline – including appearances at Citadel and the Summer Westival…

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Peaness – ‘Are You Sure?’ EP Review


Already a huge favourite with alternative radio stations and the independent press, Peaness are making waves in all the right places. Previously signed to the ever-reliable Oddbox Records, the Chester band are set to release their new EP ‘Are You Sure?’ via Alcopop! and – given they’re making appearances at so many of the best festivals this…

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The Physics House Band – ‘Mercury Fountain’ album review


Words by Matt Phelps. Four years on from their debut record ‘Horizons/Rapture’ the genre-defying Brighton experimental three-piece of Samuel Organ, Adam Hutchinson and Dave Morgan are back with another mind-altering collection of new music. Much like their first album, ‘Mercury Fountain’ is intended as a single half hour listening experience in nine parts, rather than…