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The Grim Northern Social
Urban Pressure

Grim Northern Social have a fair enough stadium indie tune out on One Little Indian this week called 'Urban Pressure' which sounds like a cross between prime time Pulp & The Verve or summat. No prizes for originality but it's a well crafted song with a bit of character. Awful na...view item »

The Forty Fives
Fight Dirty

Ancient Greeks
The Song Is You

Ancient Greeks. Cue man with high voice singing jazz tinged opus's in the manner of Sea and Cake dilly dallying with Brit hopefuls Athlete. (Brian's comparison not mine). The Song Is You is on CD and LP...view item »

Fruit Bats
Mouthfuls

Fruit Bats released the gloriously melodic folk rock album “Mouthfuls” in 2003. Eric D. Johnson’s nasal voice is reminiscent of antipodean acts such as Tall Drawfs and Grant McLennan of The Go-Betweens. “Rainbo...view item »

Ash
Goldfinger

When I was teenager and britpop was riding high, 1977 by Ash was one of those must-have albums. It was full of classic hits, like Girl From Mars, Oh Yeah and Angel Interceptor. Goldfinger was the best though, full of teen angst and future hopes - a timeless classic that takes me back everytime I hear it. The song itself to me is abour being lock...view item »

Knife In The Water
Cut The Cord

Papa November
From The Start Line

Papa November seems to be fairly poor trip hop lite and something resembling a bad version of the last Goldfrapp album. From The Start Line is CD only on Bearos....view item »

Hell Is For Heroes
Retreat

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Fever To Tell

Yeah! Yeah Yeah Yeahs are giving us the chance to enjoy their fierce little debut album Fever To Tell all over again, just in advance of the record’s fifteenth annive...view item »

The Last Post
Dry Land

Martin Grech
Push

Martin Grech the feller who scored that hit last year on the car advert has a new single out a big label.Hmm. Its ok-ish grand progressive rock with nods towards Radiohead and erm everyone who sounds like Radiohead. The B side finds him wailing away over big swarthes of synthy sounds then...view item »

Hell Is For Heroes
You Drove Me To It

Hell is for Heroes are a band who could be great if they didn't sound so baz nu-metal half the time. Well accomplished tunes wiv loads of energy. Symposium fans can be smug that members of that band are making a far more distracting racket in HIFH than in that previous dodgy indie band. Still la...view item »

Melvins
The Maggot

This release is packed with what the Melvins are quite adept at: Variety. From the chilled zen of the Fleetwood Mac cover "The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown)" to the scraping bray of "Manky", no two songs are indistinguishable from each other. All the previously mentioned tracks are highlights, and are equally as powerful as less f...view item »

Pavement
Wowee Zowee

If there could ever be anything close to a modern day White Album, this is it. My first introduction to Pavement was "Rattled by the Rush", track 2 off this album; I was taken with its quiet chaos and looked up other songs by the band. While maybe not topping any "Best of the 90s" lists, Wowee Zowee gives its listener the clearest representation...view item »

The Jeevas
Ghost

The Jeevas are a band that have one scuzzy, mucky and dark skeleton in their line up closet. Most folks are already aware of this ghoulish nightmare that goes by the name of Crispin Mills. I mean, what the fuck were Kula Shater all about then? Called 'Ghost; this is marginally more bearable yet ...view item »

Sofa Surfers
Encounters

Everyone was shocked by recent events in London, and those involved in independent music were even more shocked to hear about the. ...view item »

Hundred Reasons
One

Ten Speed Racer
Girls And Magazines

Ten Speed Racer's 'Girls and Magazines' Compact Disc. Melodic tuneful stuff a bit like Teenage Fanclub and The Byrds and twangy folks like that….the second track has some noisy discordant stuff as if The Pixies somehow got involved....view item »

The Black Heart Procession
2

It's tempting to call this fare "mood music," but the Black Heart Procession's work encompasses a much broader array of sounds and emotions than can be classified with such a simple term. The band's eerily minimal compositions, combined with Pall Jenkins's hauntingly poetic lyrics, could perhaps best be described as music for a rainy day. Perhap...view item »

Mower
Mower

The Mower LP is catchy shouty noisy poppy punk indie pop. Great if you like that sort of thing. Not so great if you don't. I don't. It's on that bloke from Blur's Transcopic label and it comes in that brown packaging he seems to be ever so fond of. There's a degree of evil about this rele...view item »

Melvins
The Bootlicker

One of The Melvins' better and weirder albums but the psych influence tends to be exaggerated (not nearly as psychedelic as I was expecting) and though part of the point of this album is they're consciously not going balls out with the rockage, I can't help waiting for the music to explode into sonic fury and it never does. It mostly produces an...view item »

Stephen Malkmus
Stephen Malkmus

And lastly that Stephen Malkmus bloke from Pavement releases his debut solo LP and surprisingly it sounds quite like Pavement. Only heard a bit of it so far but it sounds like it might be a good LP....view item »

The Fifth Amendment
Addict

The Fifth Amendment
Heave

Bald Rapunzel
Diazepam

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