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Album Review: Orange Juice – ‘Rip It Up’

★★★★  Orange Juice was a Scottish post-punk, new wave band, first formed in Glasgow, Scotland. ‘Rip It Up‘ is the second studio album by the band, and it was first released in November 1982. This album features the self-titled song, which was the first and

Watch Out, It’s Coming This Way! [Version One]

Hello to all you rock fans out there, wherever you are! You may be wondering where the album reviews are, but do not worry, need thou not be afraid. Instead of just supplying everyone with some stellar music reviews (if I do say so myself),

EP Review: Cruel Young Heart

★★★★  Cruel Young Heart, unsigned indie rock band, originate from Vancouver B.C and after first forming in 2010 have released a self-titled EP earlier this year (which can be streamed free on their website (http://cruelyoungheart.bandcamp.com/). Now I was actually requested to conduct this review, so

Album Review: The Strokes – ‘Angles’

★★★★  As the fourth studio album to be released by American indie band, it is the first since their previous release ‘First Impressions of Earth’ in 2006. Being the longest wait fans have had in between albums, it was totally worth the wait. No doubt

Album Review: Paramore – ‘Brand New Eyes’

★★★★  Paramore, Tennessee based pop punk band, released their album ‘Brand New Eyes’ in 2009, and it was not without great success. Of course, Paramore was already used to success, as their 2007 release ‘Riot!’ got them to where they are today and it is

Album Review: Coldplay – ‘Mylo Xyloto’

★★★★   Coldplay are a Grammy award winning British indie band, forming in University College London by lead guitarist Jonny Buckland and frontman Chris Martin in 1996. The band introduced themselves to the world with the release of their debut album ‘Parachutes’ (2000). It was in

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Album Review: The Drums – ‘Portamento’

★★★★  ‘Portamento’ is The Drums’ first studio album after the release of self-titled debut album in 2010. No doubt that ‘Portamento’ is completely different to that of their first release. The album begins with the catchy song, ‘Book of Revelations’ and the rhythmic bass and

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