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    The Reaper by Naked Sunday

    Reliability

    Drinking deep from the well named English rock for their influences, Naked Sunday bravely attempt to throw some menace into “The Reaper” but barely manage to cover the fact that the song just isn’t big enough for them.

    Review date: Oct 28 2014
    Website: nakedsunday.moonfruit.com
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    Bail by Makee

    Loop lockers

    Oddly enough, “Bail” sounds less like the obscure electronica that it probably is than the kind of instrumental grooveathon that would have got the dance floors of France moving about a decade ago. This song is nonetheless strangely appealing to the ears.

    Review date: Oct 28 2014
    Website: www.hiddenshoal.com/project/makee/
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    Doll/Torso by Yawning Dog

    Rough and ready

    Untidy in execution and liberally decorated with an oversupply of grim undertones, “Doll/Torso”, which might be one song or two, shows that Yawning Dog can take the post punk baseball bat and use it to beat art-rock to a pulp. That’s a job that needed doing.

    Review date: Oct 28 2014
    Website: facebook.com/yawningdogtheband
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    Something Right by Bull in The Whisky Shop

    Bad boys and girls

    Downright brutal in its execution, “Something Right” bounces your skull of the wall with an assault of pushed to the limit male and female vocals and alternately kicked to the floor and pumped up with steroids guitar riffs. Bull in The Whisky Shop sound like they are either having a great time beating up their influences or they have mastered the art of musical irony. No matter what the truth is, I want to be in their band.

    Review date: Oct 27 2014
    Website: www.facebook.com/bullinthewhiskyshop
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    Down Town Time by Goldie Thorn

    Electro duo

    There was a time we exported our criminals to Australia but it would appear that now Australia are exporting their best musical thieves back to dear old Blighty. Goldie Thorn respray the eighties electro pop sound in shades of laconic lyrical indifference and nine carat gold until “Down Town Time” takes its robotic roots for a drink in the nightclub named surreal.

    Review date: Oct 24 2014
    Website: www.goldiethorn.com
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    Neptune by Luna Green

    Siren

    Surprisingly simple in construction but undeniably hypnotic, “Neptune” gives Luna Green the opportunity, once again, to charm the ears of the world with the kind of stripped out and super cool song that simply shines amongst the stars.

    Review date: Oct 24 2014
    Website: www.facebook.com/lunagreenofficial
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