Down The Rabbit Hole – The Dollyrots (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The aptly titled Down The Rabbit Hole is a collection of B-sides, rarities, covers, unreleased songs and alternate versions of well-known tracks, and considering this is the music that didn't form the main thrust of their musical charge, it is incredible. In short, the songs that The Dollyrots have in their back pocket are, in... Continue Reading →

That Was The Musical Week That Was – 180122

Things are slowly picking up after the post-Christmas, post-New year, Post-apocalyptic, post-everything lull of recent months. Plenty of new music swirling around the office to share with you. As always, check out more of their work, follow pages, share music, buy merch and generally ensure that cool grassroots music gets a shot at competing in... Continue Reading →

UK underground icons The Speed of Sound present ‘Last Orders’ from the ‘Museum of Tomorrow’ LP

Power pop / indie rock collective The Speed Of Sound present 'Last Orders', hot on trail of revealing the single 'Opium Eyes' and 'Tomorrow's World' from their Future-Retro-Modernist long-player 'Museum of Tomorrow'. 32 years to the day when the band's debut EP saw the light of day in 1989, they've released this album on CD and Deluxe LP via California-based Big Stir Records. Hailing from... Continue Reading →

UK electro duo SPRAY will a more ethical 2022 in ‘The Big Idea’ single.

British dance-pop duo Spray presents their clever and concept-packed single 'The Big Idea' from their new 12-track album 'Ambiguous Poems About Death', newly released via Manchester's Analogue Trash label. Packed full of acerbic wit with tongue firmly in cheek when needed for maximum effect, this album will delight fans new and old. Earlier, the duo previewed the singles 'Hammered in An Airport', 'Félicette (Space Cat)' and 'Blurred in... Continue Reading →

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