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Belleruche aren’t strictly ‘New Music’, seeing as they’ve been making albums and playing gigs for about five years, but this is probably the first time many of you will have heard them. Now onto their fourth album, called Rollerchain (out in May), ‘Stormbird’ is a fantastic showcase of Belleruche’s...

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What’s that you hear? Fresh, exciting, interesting new music? If indie music really is dead and buried, someone forgot to invite The Cast Of Cheers to the funeral. This infectious debut single from the brilliantly named Dublin four-piece promises great things from their forthcoming debut album proper – which...

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Anita Maj is yet another artist from the seemingly endless conveyor belt of young female singer-songwriters. Luckily though, she may have just enough of an individual sound to stand out. Her new single ‘Playtime’ (out November 28th on Little Minx Recordings) shows she’s got an ear for a great...

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Hedoniacs – ‘Can’t Tie Me Down’ Review submitted by David Crighton. “We wanna be the greatest Rock n Roll band ever, no compromise, no bullshit.” – Hedoniacs A bold statement from the four South London lads who make up the Hedoniacs, but is there much substance beneath the surface...

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Scams – Helicopter Parents Leeds band Scams are slowly but surely making a name for themselves as purveyors of solid, catchy and inventive rock music. Previous singles ‘Lost For Words’ and ‘Youngblood’ (which you can hear below) showcased their melodic sensibilities and knack for catchy choruses – something they...

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The Darlingtons ‘New Independent’ EP review (Ordered Records) These days, if any band are touted as ‘the next White Lies’ or described with the usual ‘channeling the spirit of Ian Curtis’ hyperbole, alarm bells tend to ring – and for good reason. For every band like Editors or...

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