Monthly Archives: March 2011

Josh T Pearson-Bodega Nottingham 30/03/11

With one of the albums of the year already under his belt expectations run high tonight, can Josh translate that sheer beauty, the melancholy and the demons into the live arena? Well the answer is a resounding yes. From the … Continue reading

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The Silent House/La Casa Muda

In the genre of handheld cam films the doors were firmly blown open by ‘The Blair Witch Project’ since then we’ve had the good ‘Rec, Rec 2’ and the bad ‘Paranormal Activity 1&2’ and now, allegedly based on a true … Continue reading

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The Vaccines-What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?

Described by nearly every review as ‘the shot in the arm that indie needs’ the Vaccines have a lot to live up to. Opening track ‘Wreckin’ Bar’ is pure Ramones (if you don’t know who they are, you should, so … Continue reading

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The Twilight Singers-Dynamite Steps

Through various outfits Greg Dulli has been perfecting his craft and has already made some of the best albums of the last twenty years, so why does no one know who he is? Whether this record will change that is … Continue reading

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Kurt Vile-Smoke Ring for My Halo

Has ‘Ariel Pink’ polished up a bit too much for you? Do you miss Elliot Smith’s early work? Then Kurt Vile’s fourth album ‘Smoke Rings for My Halo’ might just be the one for you. Building a cult following through … Continue reading

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Scale

We have become so hard to please, cursed by ever increasing advances in technology things we used to find entertaining now just seem so lame. In the old days people were wowed just with the use of scale. They scaled … Continue reading

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Hereafter

Clint Eastwood gets back behind the camera (as well composer) and reunites with Matt Damon in this story about whether there is an afterlife. Three stories run parallel until they intertwine, each tackling a wide range of subjects from natural … Continue reading

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