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DeVience – Dangers of Double Dealing & Exclusive London Show

Output from the band may be rare (for many reasons over the last couple of years) but this track suggests there is fire in the belly to make this work and hopefully more music, more shows and the level of recognition that the lads deserve is forthcoming. 

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The Professionals – SNAFU – Review

Genre: Classic Punk Rock Label: JPT Records Released: Out Now Members:  Paul Cook , Drums Tom Spencer , Guitar \ Vocals Toshi JC Ogawa , Bass Tracklisting: Easily Lead Gold and Truthful Spike Me Baby Punk Rock and a Hard Place M’Ashes Heartburn Never Say Never So No Go The Elegant Art of Falling Apart […]

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‘Wired for Sound’ – Interview with Erik Mårtensson of Eclipse

By the time we did ‘Are You Ready To Rock’ we really had the confidence to play the songs and styles we were influenced by. You could hear Rainbow, Whitesnake and others. But with ‘Bleed & Scream’, we also started to sound like Eclipse.  

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The Heat Inc. – The Heat Inc. E.P. review

 There aren’t many bands that can show so many different influences and degrees of separation between each song yet somehow, they all feel connected, they all work in isolation as well, yet together it feels like the most unusual yet unbreakable family tree. It’s the Heston Blumenthal approach to making music… this shouldn’t work but by god it sounds glorious! 

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VANDENBERG – 2020 album review

‘Shout’ is a thumping, call to action, epic of a track, which is sure to be a crowd pleaser when the guys tour later this year.  Whilst ‘Shitstorm’ has that kind of intro that you know is going to build to a kick ass tune and it does not disappoint.

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Starbenders – Love Potions review

Love Potions took me completely by surprise. The album is superb from beginning to end with no fillers at all. From the beautiful and ranging voice of Kimi and the musicality of the guitars, drums and bass, this album is proof the future of Rock ‘N’ Roll is in safe hands with the next generation.