Posts by alexandra-pattinson

Review: Joel Sarakula – The Golden Age

Aussie quirky popstar Joel Sarakula has released his debut album and it has been a long time coming. Having travelled

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Review: Hot Damn – Sleep Alone

With pop-punk being a genre that has been very close to my heart for many years, it’s always very exciting

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Review: Fights And Fires – We Could All Be Dead Tomorrow

Apparently they’ve been around since 2008 but it’s definitely the first I’ve heard from Worcester hardcore punk band Fights And

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Review: Chadwick Station – Waiting For A Sunny Day

Well, we all know that retro everything is making a comeback at the moment and to be honest, you’d have

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Review: Wyldeck – Wyldeck

A London four-piece who are taking things back to basics on their debut, self-titled EP. A dark folk twist on

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Review: Fire At Night – Paradigm 14

Friends of Alaska Campus, Fire At Night are a three-piece outlet from Hampshire who kicked off their career in July

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Review: Alaska Campus – When We Were Young

A little bit Kooks, a little bit You Me At Six and a whole load of melodic guitars encompass an

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Review: Benjamin Gibbard – Former Lives

When the lead singer of the classic indie band Death Cab For Cutie and The Postal Service releases a solo

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Review: Shooting Pigeons – City Of Peace

Manchester alternative four-piece Shooting Pigeons have released their first EP and it’s certainly a winner. Having formed two years ago

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Review: The Shallows – About Time

A while ago, I was e-mailed by frontman Tom Skelton of the London band The Shallows and to be honest,

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