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Are You OK? – Wasuremono (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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It’s got to the point now that any time I find myself coming back to Wasuremono after any significant time away from their music,...

Are You OK? –  Wasuremono (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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I always imagine that Wasuremono live in a strange animated otherworld, one fashioned from vibrant colours and the broken remnants of 80’s pop bands,...

So For Real –  Ed Hale (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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There is a real skill to being able to make music that simultaneously sounds like you have been listening to it all of your...

Scene and Heard – CCLXXXII: Holy Now – Wasuremono (reviewed by...

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You can trust Wasuremono to be both right on the current zeitgeist but still way out ahead of the pack when it comes to...

Paper Cranes –  Cherry Coloured (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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The wonderful Cherry Coloured is back with a song which blends the usual dreamy, ambient soundscaping with something slightly more driven, slightly more tangible....

Something Left Behind  –  Wasuremono (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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I always approach writing about new music from Wasuremono with a mix of joy and trepidation. Joy, because immersing yourself in their strange, musical...

Lies! Lies! Lies! –  Nick Harper and The Wilderness Kids (reviewed...

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In a world that seems to be brimming over with guys with guitars, pop troubadours and fey, indie-folksters it would be very wrong to...

Songs of Praise, Swindon – My 12 favourite gigs of 2016...

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I don’t get to go to many gigs that I am not involved in promoting these days, but whilst I am always present in...

Kaboom – Wasuremono (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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I often find that music dictates the way you write about it. Music full of boast and bombast evokes muscle bound descriptions, commercially loaded...

The Cadbury Sisters @ The Victoria, Swindon – 27th May ‘15

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For a town locked into its nostalgia-fest of tribute and cover bands, there is still the occasional gem to be found amongst the denim...

Wasuremono – Wasuremono (The Wilderness Records) reviewed by Dave Franklin

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With the emergence a few years back of a new My Bloody Valentine album and bands such as Ride and Slowdive seemingly falling over...