Tag Archives: POST PUNK

LIINES: ‘Blackout.’

Not that they really need much of a leg-up from likes of LOUD HORIZON, but Manchester three-piece LIINES sent us notice of their latest video, to accompany the track, ‘Blackout.’ With Loud Horizon being on a bit of a hiatus … Continue reading

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THE CREATURE COMFORT: ‘Sally Sucks.’

Everyone knows that the late Eighties / early Nineties saw the city of Manchester become the centre of the musical universe with the emergence of various Clubs, labels and of course, bands. And of course, everyone knows about the likes … Continue reading

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ARROWS OF LOVE: ‘Conspiracy Podcast.’

Forgive me …I’m going do some of that ‘copy and paste’ shit that I despise other blogs / sites doing …… but the background to this song  by East London’s ARROWS OF LOVE is a tad complicated and detailed – … Continue reading

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FOR ABEL: ’17th Failed Hope Song.’

A couple of weeks ago a review of Glasgow based band FOR ABEL’s new single was posted on LOUD HORIZON. At the time, no stream of the track was available ….. but now is! So here you go – and … Continue reading

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FOR ABEL: ’17th Failed Hope Song’

Lifted from their forthcoming second album ‘Wildebeest,’ this track has the Leeds / Glasgow five-piece showcasing a more mature and rounded sound. The previous comparisons to The Wedding Present still hold in places, but are diluted a little with Johnny … Continue reading

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PARTLY FAITHFUL

Harnessing an array of emotions such as anger, resentment and a sense of social disillusionment Partly Faithful layer these themes through stories of vitriolic romanticism entwined with a wry sense of bitterness. Taking away the rose tinted lenses of society Partly Faithful … Continue reading

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RAGWEED: ‘That’s Where Babies Come From.’

 Brighton has over the past decade or so, built a reputation for spawning new, innovative, quirky artrock type bands. Indeed, some of my favourite bands have their roots in the sunny environs of the South Coast town.  But where you … Continue reading

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