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Welcome to 'New Releases' a segment on my blog where... well, I talk about new releases? (It does what it says on the tin - you know what I'm saying?) Anyway (rambling!), this month we've had plenty of awesome singles and albums hurtling towards us, and I thought I'd show you the creme de la creme - I mean after all this is a music blog (yeah?)


New Releases This Month

THE AMAZONS: JOSEF, CHRIS, MATT AND ELLIOT (C/O CHUFF MEDIA)

The Amazons (not to be confused with the greek mythological female warriors!) are a blistering, melodic rock quartet from Reading. 
Born and raised Reading locals, Matt, Joe, Elliot and Chris take the aggression of grunge and punk and splice it with melody and harmony. An infectious mix that absolutely rips your ears to shreds when you hear it live (Note To Self: Purchase earplugs!)

I caught up with the band whilst on their whistle-stop stay in Leeds before their gig at Nation of Shopkeepers on Thursday evening. Shaking my hand and very kindly offering me a drink, as I sat down, I couldn't have felt more at home and reassured! I cannot fault these guys and they were very pleasant and so down-to-earth. Feel free to have read of our chat and listen to their picks from my new Artists Picks Playlist '16 playlist - a new addition to my interviews this year!

An Interview with The Amazons

CLEAN CUT KID: SAUL, ROSS, MIKE AND EVELYN

The Brudenell Social Club is quickly becoming a home away from home and just happened to be the most recent setup for a chat with Liverpudlian four-piece, Clean Cut Kid, whilst they were supporting Shura on her UK tour back in December.

Being described as the likes of "soulful pop, washed in Mersey water” - I was intrigued and their sound was enticing and exhilarating, to say the least, leaving me wanting more from them. I managed to catch them before their set at Brudenell. Read on for the interview!...

An Interview with Clean Cut Kid


Don't you just love a good reflectional post to start off the new year? I didn't think anything could have topped off two years prior, but I think 2015 has beat it hands down. I thought I'd reflect on this year and just write a good ol' essay about how fan-bloody-tastic it's been (I do hope that's okay...)!

A Reflection on 2015

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