Posts by johntdavidson

Review: Chthonic – Bu Tik

7 albums in, and Taiwan’s largest musical export sprint out of the blocks with swords drawn. Fearlessly championing the oriental

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Review: Tendrils – Dregs

Far from the relaxing trundle through tendertown so eloquently posited in both its title and artwork, Dregs is a bone-jarring

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Review: Polar Caps – Solutions EP

Electro-acoustic troubadour Owen Hughes-Holland has a great deal of pride in his music. This is well founded, as his ability

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Review: NED – Mass Manipulation

This video for Mass Manipulation from the forthcoming A_New_Normal is shot unflinchingly in black and white. Both the visuals and their accompanying sounds were

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Review: Liferuiner – Future Revisionists

Canadian straight-edgers Liferuiner have returned. Their first full release since the Sons Of Straightedge EP, Future Revisionists is being touted as an elevation in

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Review: The Dropper’s Neck – Second Coming

Drawing comparisons to the Stooges and Queens Of The Stone Age, Essex-born quintet The Dropper’s Neck have delivered their debut

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Review: Plant Plants – Sebright Arms, London

Neatly ordered clusters of immaculately attired, moustache encumbered young men and distant, cool young women greet this writer upon arrival

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Interview: Marcos Curiel – P.O.D. (Payable On Death)

Currently out on the road with Flyleaf, American rock icons P.O.D (Payable On Death) are celebrating the release of their

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Review: Tammy King – Higher Paradise

Recorded at Wolverhampton university, Higher Paradise is the debut solo EP by Tammy King. The 21 year old has recently been

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Review : Backhand Saloon – Creature

Recorded during a period of some upheaval and ascendancy, Backhand Saloon’s second release takes the template laid down by Crooks

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