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imilar to the first Britpop explosion in the early nineties (particularly 1994), in 2004 a raft of exciting talent came to the fore and, although ‘Britpop’ had become rather a derogatory term in the years since, it really was like a second wave of British trad rock.
The current owners have promised that the new decor will still have features that have defined snobs for all of us (yes, I am talking about the face wall)
Record Store Day 2014, the yearly celebration of independent record stores is fast approaching, with this year’s event taking place on Saturday April 19…
With a penchant for flowery shirts, elegant vocals and wavy, lo-fi guitarring, it’s no surprise when you hear The Orielles’ sound.
Story Books are a five-piece every bit as enthralling as their name suggests.
They’ve received airplay on XFM, featured on BBC 6 Music, won Steve Lamacq’s Round Table, and tonight they’re headlining a show in Birmingham – everything looks good from where we stand.
If you haven’t listened to Manchester four-piece Temple Songs before, then today is the day to initiate change.
Fancy going to a gig this week but don’t know where to start? Well, we can help with that.
There’s a rumour you’re off to Paris soon so we thought you might like to stop off here on the way back from Manchester…
Resounding punkish vocals and catchy refrains have already seen TRAAMS earn themselves a serious amount of acclaim.