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ALBUM REVIEW – “MK” EP by Martyrs & Kings

With acts ranging from Mumford and Sons to Frank Turner reviving the coolness of the acoustic guitar in recent years, the fusion of folk and rock is as popular now as it ever has been, with scores of exciting young acts rising out of the underground. Among them are Martyrs & Kings, whose latest EP […]

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ALBUM REVIEW – “Purpose” EP by Noisia

Quite why Noisia aren’t a household name isn’t immediately apparent. Electronic dance music has dominated the mainstream of pop culture for years now, hugely successful producers locked in an arms race to create the most sanitised, faux-euphoric ‘anthems’ they possibly can. In fact, that’s probably where the answer lies – a world in which ‘#SELFIE’ […]

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ALBUM REVIEW – “Love Is A Liar’s Game” EP by Youth In Revolt

Armed with all the weapons necessary to take contemporary post-hardcore by storm, Youth In Revolt come out all guns blazing on an EP that hits as many targets as it can in a short time. With a sound that falls somewhere between Sleeping With Sirens (the closeness of frontman True Arahill’s voice to Kellin Quinn’s […]

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ALBUM REVIEW – “Clear” EP by Periphery

The clear frontrunners of an extremely healthy crop of young progressive metal bands fusing the crushing polyrhythms of Meshuggah with pleasing melodies and ambient influences, Periphery have come a long way since their genesis as the musical vehicle for guitarist Misha Mansoor. 2012’s sophomore full-length record, the wonderfully monikered Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal […]

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