Jack Whatley

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Filthy Boy – That Life

The smashed bottle sharp view of this modern society delivered with a Nick Cave sense of  drama and the sardonic smile of an overdosed poet. Filthy Boy, a group...
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The Libertines – Up The Bracket

All my life I have wanted to write a review of The Libertines premiere album Up The Bracket not purely for it's chaotic poetry or blood bond ethics but the way ...
Baby Strange

Baby Strange – Friend

Are you hungover right now? Desperately grasping for the saviour water to dispel your dry sour mouth? Well, Baby Strange, those punks from Glasgow, are here to ...
Young Husband

Younghusband – Constantly in love

Younghusband are a London based band who began peddling their psych filled songs in 2010. Describing their sound as ‘Death Petal’ (see what they did there?) the...
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My Bestival – Camilla Whitehill

The last time I went to Bestival, in 2009, I got swine flu and had to leave after a day. But not before I’d spent an entire night thrashing around in my Cath Ki...
Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes – Boys and Girls

Unless you spent last year living in a cave or deepest darkest Grimsby then you’ll probably have heard of the Alabama Shakes. Fusing neo-soul vocals and rock in...
Totem

Totem – Sea Saw Girl

Totem are three friends from the West End of London driven by intriguing bass, needle thin riffs and the sardonic vocals of Wire and Television with the lyrics ...
Flyte

Flyte – Over and Out

I recently had a phone call from a friend who was feeling his age, he felt neglected by the music industry. He said he didn't want skater rock or psyche induced...