Autumn Almanac – Tanner’s Bangers

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There's no point having a blog if you don't write, so therefore my faithful reader I apologise for my recent tardiness and to make it up to you I'm giving you an extra special version of my reviews and what's been floating my boat over at Tanner Towers. First up then it's Hits to Spare … Continue reading Autumn Almanac – Tanner’s Bangers

Single Review – The Shed Project – My Life

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I make no apologies for writing again about The Shed Project. When a band or artist continues to raise their own bar, repeatedly with each release or each decision they make, it needs to be documented and it needs to be shared. So, without sounding sycophantic, the Sheds have done it again and this might … Continue reading Single Review – The Shed Project – My Life

Album Review – Hardwicke Circus – The Borderland

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What if after I had told you 18 months ago that when I set up this blog to write about cool music, cool people and cool things that I would be reviewing an album that at times reminded this writer of New Model Army, Crusty Rockers The Levellers you would of raised an eye brow … Continue reading Album Review – Hardwicke Circus – The Borderland

Ashley Stacey – London Loves

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What do you get if you mix bits of Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Ray Davies, The Who,The Enemy in a big old blender? You’ll get the talented singer songwriter that is Ashley Stacey. This South London lad has been putting out consistently brilliant songs overthe last 18 months, from his debut album last year "The … Continue reading Ashley Stacey – London Loves

Album of the Month – The Shop Window – The State of Being Human

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Jangle pop what a great word that is - the euphoric sound of layered guitars and vocals coming together to create a sound that harks back to a bygone age when Indie was great, and all the cool kids were playing it. But first a history lesson - C86 was an album that many of … Continue reading Album of the Month – The Shop Window – The State of Being Human

Album Review – Tales from the Great Central Line Vol 1 – The Mariners

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So, what have you achieved during lockdown?  Have you released yourself on the world at the start of 2020, released 2 albums that you wrote, produced, designed yourself?  Put out numerous interesting video clips of your songs, created great merch and opened your arms to a whole load of people that love what you do?  … Continue reading Album Review – Tales from the Great Central Line Vol 1 – The Mariners

Geezer Pop – Ruff n Ready! Part 1..

We all like a genre...it helps us understand the music we are listening to...whether we should invest our time into it. Is it something you want to be part of? Is it something you would like? Over recent months I've been recommended a lot of music that kinda links together...it's loud and in your face... … Continue reading Geezer Pop – Ruff n Ready! Part 1..

Sam Lambeth – He’s a little bit Country he’s a little bit Rock N Roll

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Look up positive vibes in any dictionary and I'm sure there will be a picture of Sam Lambeth. Ask anyone on the indie community socials about Sam and they will all say the same - supportive, positive, friendly, hugely talented with songs to match. But what do we know about this one-man music machine - … Continue reading Sam Lambeth – He’s a little bit Country he’s a little bit Rock N Roll

Album Review – Lyon Tide – Beginnings of Ends

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Lyon Tide are a new band hailing from the West Midlands – The threesome met at art class whilst at college. Comparing themselves to the likes of Snow Patrol, Massive Attack and New Order they have released a couple of singles Blind and Closure and Beginnings of an Ends is their debut album. The album … Continue reading Album Review – Lyon Tide – Beginnings of Ends

From Reading with Love – Via Belfast – Album Reviews – The Coronations and Mirror Pictures

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So in this disposable life we are living now, does anyone listen to albums anymore? In full? Yeah Tim's listening party and the like have brought back the interest in the LP and certainly vinyl sales have increased as well, but overall do we sit down and make the effort? Well I do, as I'm … Continue reading From Reading with Love – Via Belfast – Album Reviews – The Coronations and Mirror Pictures

When the Music’s over…play another record.

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So as the dust settles from an amazing weekend of music and fundraising I'm left thinking what now? What's next? So despite my own little session being a disaster, the Inyourearsmusic sessions supporting #FBWMusic was a triumph...pulling together the great and good from a burgeoning new music scene from all over the country and into … Continue reading When the Music’s over…play another record.

Hot Track of The Week – The Shed Project – Feel My Love

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Every new music scene always has a few bands that totally represent the fans, the masses, the community that supports them. They defy the snobbish music industry and their packaged and carefully marketed acts. They aren't forced on us. They are chosen by US. Bands like The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Oasis all chosen to … Continue reading Hot Track of The Week – The Shed Project – Feel My Love