Having watched a couple of their videos online and read the odd review it seemed that Fearless Vampire Killers were both receiving a range of reviews and creating a range of music, this was going to be an interesting one. In the more intimate (sweaty) surroundings of Cockpit Room 2 the small crowd was slowlyContinue reading “Fearless Vampire Killers – Live At Cockpit, Leeds”
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Wild Nothing – live at The Scala, March 21st by Jamie Malcolm Glided effortlessly over my expectations with a blissful display of dreamy pop. Not entirely sure the reasons why, but lyrically it was much more optimistic and jovial that I had previously thought. They managed to magically conjure up the feeling of a hazy late summersContinue reading “50 words on…Wild Nothing”
Golden Glow at The Scala, March 21st by Jamie Malcolm Pungent bass, snappy drums and the ‘fuzz’ knob on guitars turned up to 11. They bottle the late 90’s American college radio feeling far more than I felt Yuck managed. Honestly, if they were awful I would still give them top marks for the drummers staggeringlyContinue reading “50 words on…Golden Glow”
In this overly saturated genera/market with a plethora of artists coming out of the woodwork, armed with nothing more than a crappy sounding CD – it’s nice to know there are a few bands and artists out there that can still deliver what I call good music. These new artists I speak of manage pushContinue reading “Barton – Falling Out”