Posts by jakedouglas

Album Review: David Gray – Mutineers

After 4 years of silence, David Gray is back with a new album entitled ‘Mutineers’, and it’s very vintage Gray…

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Fortitude Album Of The Year: AM – Arctic Monkeys

‘AM’ is the fifth album of Arctic Monkeys’ incredible career. Bands releasing new albums is nothing new or special, it

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Playing for your country; what does it mean?

Stuart Pearce, former England under 21 manager, has come out and told Sky his views on why he failed to

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Review: John Mayer- Paradise Valley

John Mayer has released his 6th studio album and if you close your eyes and forgot the troubles that have

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Review: Cambridge Folk Festival

The Cambridge Folk Festival 2012, a warm up for the big 50 next year, didn’t disappoint. The highlight being husband

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Review: City and Colour – The Hurry and The Harm

The latest offering from the Canadian solo artist is a very, very solid effort; the title track features a calm

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Review: Public Service Broadcasting – Inform, Educate, Entertain.

Public Service Broadcasting; more of a concept than a band have released an album entitled Inform – Educate – Entertain

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Review: Binary – G.O.D

Alternative, Electronic, Noise; just some of the words you could use to describe Binary’s new single G.O.D. Following the successful

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Review: Bleach Blood – The Young Heartbreakers Club

Bleach Blood have taken just 13 minutes to wow the world with their debut; and it’s pretty damn good. The

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Review: The Blackout – Start the Party

Start the Party is the bands 4th studio album and the second studio album since signing with record label Cooking

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