Archive | October, 2009

You Have To Hear: The Drums

You can kind of feel for The Drums. Before they had even released an EP, they were being hailed by many as the great saviours of indie pop. This is both one of the great strengths and weaknesses of the current climate of music blogging and magazines: we can learn about bands before they have […]

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You Have To Hear: Harlem Shakes

Harlem Shakes are a very sad story in indie music. Their debut album, ‘Technicolor Health’, is probably my favourite album of the year so far. They are genuine, upbeat, catchy, and just plain awesome. Or, maybe I should say “They were genuine…”, because they suddenly broke up only a few months ago. Harlem Shakes were […]

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Album Review: Mumford And Sons ‘Sigh No More’

A few days ago my train home was delayed by a massive 58 minutes. But I didn’t really care, because I was listening to this album. In all fairness I’m probably a few weeks late on this one, because these guys are already being played just about everywhere. But their debut album, ‘Sigh No More’, […]

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Welcome

Welcome to my music blog. Sufjan Stevens Beirut Arcade Fire The Boxer Rebellion The Drums Delphic Friendly Fires Yves Klein Blue Bob Evans Red Riders Midnight Juggernauts These are a few of my favourite artists. If you know them, then stay tuned to hear about some other bands you’ll enjoy as well. If you don’t […]

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