Monthly Archives: April 2014

On yer bike!

Continuing in our recent tradition of selecting albums, this fortnight’s record is from a London indie band who will be… wait for it… playing at Melt! festival this year. For the next two weeks Dave and I are listening to So Long, See … Continue reading

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Too Many Zeros – Dave’s Review

For the last fortnight we have been listening to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros self-titled album, released on Rough Trade last summer. The album has clear influences of the mid-sixties. The whimsical pop of the Beatles and the Kinks can be heard on When … Continue reading

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Edward Sharpe and the Impersonation Machine – Fran’s Review

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ self-titled third album starts with two strong tracks. The optimistic Better Days is followed by bouncy country song Let’s Get High, although the latter ends with a downbeat three minutes of repetitive singing about … Continue reading

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