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Julie & The Wrong Guys (Debut self-titled album)

It seems somewhat incongruous to use Julie Doiron’s name in the same sentence as ‘debut.’ That being said, Doiron’s latest musical incarnation, Julie & The Wrong Guys, are indeed preparing to release their debut full length album on the 8th of September.  Labelled as the ‘Godmother of Canadian Indie Rock’, Doiron began her career back

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Galants EP

We recently shared Evergreen, from Dublin post-punk tear-aways GALANTS and you loved it so much, we had to get more on the blog. So here is the full four-track self titled EP. Opening track ‘Evergreen’ has that rare and unique quality so few numbers have these days, you know when a song sounds like a bunch

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Ecstatic Union – Ancient Eyes

Ecstatic Union sound like they have parachuted from the psychedelic 60s! Lead singer and guitarist, Rex Costello, confides “My art reflects a journey of transformation and so I guess I could say that personal transformation, the full-spectrum experience of life, community, nature, beauty, and art-as-life are what greatly influence our work.” Ecstatic Union’s self-titled sophomore

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Broken Witt Rebels – Georgia Pine

It would be a substantial understatement to say that Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels have had ‘a pretty good few months’.  Their Georgia Pine EP was released back in April, with the first single ‘Low’ scoring Radio X’s track of the week, although it was the second single ‘Guns’ that really got the ball rolling.  The

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Artist of The Week. Emily C Smith

Far From Judd is the brilliantly versatile new EP from Emily C. Smith. The London-based singer/song-writer and her band consisting of David Kapruski (drums), Jack Chantler (guitar) and Gareth Cobb (bass) take us on a four-track-journey that passes through Patti Smith-infused 60s garage rock with opening track Don’t Leave Me Now to countrified shades of

Broken Witt Rebels

Band of The Week. Broken Witt Rebels

In order to appreciate the current hype surrounding Birmingham’s Broken Witt Rebels, one should really experience the band live.  There is something about their mesmerising and highly energetic live show that, to use a common cliché, needs to be seen to be believed.  RCM was lucky enough to catch them on the 2nd of April