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Georgia Fearn – Perfect On Paper    

November 27, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

9/10 Humble readers, I think we may have a young Tori Amos. Georgia Fearn, seventeen-year-old singer, guitarist, pianist… (she’s seventeen people, from Carmarthen, Wales) released her debut album Perfect On Paper earlier this year (March […]

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Dr.Doak – It’s Time to Leave

November 20, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

5/10 The classic glass half empty, or glass half full; you’re going to have to tell me on Dr Doak’s release, It’s Time To Leave. It’s an ambiguous mix of pop punk, grunge, and rock; and […]

Colin Weeks - Magic
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Colin Weeks – Magic EP

October 25, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

10/10 Need a dirt-cheap vacation to somewhere warm and sandy and not soul-sucking? Plug in to Colin Week’s little gem of an EP, Magic. This four-song, pop-soul release is as smooth as a baby’s bottom and […]

Like Pacific - In Spite of Me
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Like Pacific – In Spite of Me  

October 19, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

7.3/10 The sophomore release from Toronto-based Like Pacific has the band picking up right where they left off on their 2016 debut Distant Like You Asked. Another installment of anthemic, emo pop-punk tunes that’ll keep your heart […]

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Some Antics – Not Very Fun at Parties

October 11, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

7.5/10 Ah, pop punk. Somehow it has endured through its relatively brief but still respectable tenure among other spikey-haired subgenres, never quite becoming the most popular, but never disappearing either. To their credit, while Not […]

Cuecliche - Look at the Pictures
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Cuecliché – Look at the Pictures

September 18, 2018 Jordan Hodgins 0

6/10 Cuecliché, a three-piece skate pop-punk band based in the UK, has recently released their second, self-recorded EP titled Look at the Pictures. Following up their 2017 debut release One Last Chance, Look at the […]

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Copper Crown – Walk With Fire

September 5, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

8/10 It would be simple and indeed true to call Copper Crown’s debut full-length album Walk With Fire ska. However, it would also be a great injustice, as there is so much more to Copper […]

Sage - Sage
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Sage – Sage

August 16, 2018 Johnathan Robinson 0

7/10 If you were to take the popish feel of The Beatles, cranked up the heavy, then sprinkled a little bit of indie rock and finally dumped the entire fuzz jar in, you’d probably get […]

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Ostrich Bouquet – Perennial

August 1, 2018 Jordan Hodgins 0

9/10 Formed in Februrary of 2017 and based in Montreal, QC, the relatively recent progressive quartet Ostrich Bouquet have released a solid EP in Perennial. Combining everything from post-rock, to blues, and indie, their second release is both […]