Tag Archives: rock

3.97 – Mull Historical Society

A bit of a blast from the past, this one. I remember Colin MacIntyre – aka, Mull Historical Society – coming onto the scene when I was still at university in circa 2001/2. And a lot of my alternative musically-minded … Continue reading

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3.96 – Turnover

Scuzzy, surf wave rock/pop sounds from Virginia Beach group Turnover – with the gloriously sunny and hazy Cutting My Fingers Off.  Really, really like this. Perfect driving music now the weather is taking a turn into spring sunshine.

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3.94 – Seratones

Here’s some good, old-fashioned loud and brash rock, courtesy of Louisiana four-piece Seratones. Again, it’s another song that I’ve had languishing in the archive for months and months, but I’m not entirely sure why. This song, Necromancer, is bloody brilliant – a … Continue reading

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3.90 – The Crookes

Here’s some shoegaze-y, new wave sounds from Sheffield guitar rockers The Crookes, who wouldn’t sound out of place on late 80s/early 90s club night alongside early-era New Order and a semi-decent goth/rock group inspired in equal measure by The Cure … Continue reading

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3.89 – PAWS

I may have posted about these guys in the past, but short of searching through the first two years of my blog I don’t have an immediate way of checking. So I’m just going to assume I haven’t. Gild the … Continue reading

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3.86 – Miracle Glass Country

Another offering from my home city, here – Edinburgh throwback rockers Miracle Glass Country. Kind of a Lennon-tinged, 60s pysch rock vibe which, while not exactly original, is still done very well. This song is called Higher Than High. Might not be … Continue reading

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3.85 – Break The Butterfly

Here’s quite possibly the most Scottish-sounding band this side of the mighty Proclaimers – the wonderful Break the Butterfly, who also take the title for ‘most exciting thing to ever come from Levenmouth’. With a mix of jangly rock and … Continue reading

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