Introducing | Listen to Dialects’ brand new track ‘Restless Earth’

If you’re into soaring instrumental music and soundtrack-like songwriting, then you’re in for a treat. Huge riffs, strong builds and unpredictable turns are what Scottish four-piece Dialects are all about

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Album Review | Alright The Captain – ‘Contact Fix’

It’s ambitious, complex, convoluted, confusing and ridiculous, but Alright The Captain‘s new release Contact Fix offers a refreshing take on instrumental music in 2015. Derby’s Alright The Captain are old.

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Album Review | Grand Beach – Self-Titled

Grand Beach – a small, and almost unheard of band from Winnipeg, Canada – have triumphed in making one the most exciting records of 2014. This record is – in

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Album Review | Goodtime Boys – ‘Rain’

Lift up your fists and fight my boy, for today, you become a man… America has held a strong monopoly in the recent resurgence of great hardcore/post-hardcore music. Pianos Become

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Album Review | Two Knights – ‘Shut Up’

One look at the album artwork serves as a test as to whether you will love or hate this album… Think back to school, were you the kid giving or

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Album Review | The Caution Children – ‘Safe Crusades / No Judgments / And Baby’

Astronomers estimate that in 7 billion years from now the sun will explode. I estimate that when it happens, The Caution Children will be the soundtrack… First things first, Florida’s

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Album Review | Chet Faker – ‘Built On Glass’

Built On Glass, the latest LP to come from Aussie electronica melody maestro Chet Faker, is brimming with individuality and soul. Doing the rounds and honing his craft of jazz

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Album Review | Posture & The Grizzly – ‘Busch Hymns’

Do you like the taste of blood in your mouth? It may not always be your own, but that distinct metallic taste of blood in your mouth remains all the

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Album Review | Johnny Foreigner – ‘You Can Do Better’

Johnny Foreigner return with their 4th album, You Can Do Better, a ten song strong barnstormer that stands as a convincing challenge to anyone and everyone. Quite frankly, it’s their

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Album Review | Art Contest – ‘Math Major’

I found myself charmed as a toddler investigating a new toy upon my initial and subsequent listenings of the South Carolinian three-piece, Art Contest. Aside from the rush of encountering

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