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Goodbye Bangkok

'Goodbye Bangkok' is the debut album from Hull based group Lymes. The group was founded by singer-songwriter Rich Gilbert who seems to have some kinda of mysterious musical history that was abandoned in favour of a degree then a six year stint living in Southeast Asia. It was here that that...view item »
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Be My Weapon (Swell)
¡¡ GREASY !!

One of my favourite bands of the 90’s were Swell. They made some incredible records (particularly ‘Well’ which every home should own) and were generally woefully underrated and undeservedly ignored. The last Swell album I picked up was ‘Whenever You’re Ready’ but since then I&rsqu...view item »
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No Middle Name
No Middle Name

Solo project of David Bailey from The Title Sequence, released on Mollusc Records. Friends of David all expected him to come out with an introspective acoustic album (as most indie-rock singers tend to do) but instead he's treated us to this pleasant, lo-f...view item »

Mammal Hum
What's Behind Us Is Not Important

Wow. Well this is a nice suprise for anyone missing the kind of insane ‘60s styled pop that burst out of the Elefant 6 stable all those years ago. Forgetting about the opening tune which is a bit of a red herring, straight away we’re into ‘Man On Fire’ which combines a ...view item »

Rusty Bear
Source To Sea

I'm so shallow. When faced with a mountain of reviews to pile through I tend to go for the best looking first. Hence Rusty Bear being elevated up the chain before I get too jaded to care. Also one of band is called Zebedee which certainly helps. Thankfully the music marries the elegance ...view item »
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