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Mastodon – Crack The Skye

Album Review
Artist: Mastodon
Title: Crack The Skye

If Mastodon were a behemoth- as suggested in the press release with ‘Crack The Skye’, their fourth album proper- I’d imagine them to make King Kong and Godzilla look like insects playing in your backyard.

It has recently been confirmed by guitarist Bill Kelliher that ‘Crack The Skye’ is indeed a concept album about an “out of body experience” taking… Continue reading

Published: Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 written by James Lewis

A Very Brief History: The National Anthem

 Whether you despise their existance for interrupting the start of your football match, or your adore their presence for striking patriotism into the hearts of the citizens of your country, every nation has its own anthem.

National anthems exist so that each country has its own idea of what it means to be a citizen of that country. Whether it may be the political system in which… Continue reading

Published: Monday, April 20th, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

Interview With Kate Havnevik



Introducing the quirky, passionate, and delightfully independent singer-songwriter Kate Havnevik. Kate comes from Norway but also spends time in London, or travelling with her music. A true global entity hoping for big things in 2009. She completes our interview after her single ‘Show Me Love’ was released on I-Tunes.

1.  What should we all know about Kate Havnevik? Are there any… Continue reading

Published: Thursday, April 16th, 2009 written by Lauren John

Kendal Calling Festival

Lowther Estate Home To Kendal Calling Festival

Lowther Estate Home To Kendal Calling Festival

The Lake District, a picturesque paradise of hills, lakes, quaint villages, and water sports, will also come alive to the sounds of music this summer, when the Kendal Calling team come out to play. Back for its fourth successive year, the three day festival will take place on July 31st-August 2nd on the historic Lowther Estate in Penrith… Continue reading

Published: Friday, April 10th, 2009 written by Lauren John

Calming the Storm: Dead Weather

It seems as though Jack White’s done it again.
Naturally, with his stellar success not only in Detroit rock favourite The White Stripes and raw folk rock group the Raconteurs/Saboteurs, White is no stranger to receiving kudos from his work.
Yet, moving on and trying new things he’s found a well balanced mix of likeminded musicians and created The Dead Weather.

Premiering his new band during a selective release… Continue reading

Published: Friday, March 27th, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

Fifteen Questions With The Boy Done Good (Brand New Feature!)


When site boss Rob Taylor isn’t drowning in post it notes and working on all the technical aspects of the site, he’s coming up with some brand new features for the site. Fifteen Questions is the first of these; and in the coming weeks and months, it will introduce you to the hottest new music talent in the U.K and beyond.

First up to answer these questions… Continue reading

Published: Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 written by Lauren John

The King Blues Save The World – Get The Girl

Artist: The King Blues
Title: ‘Save The World – Get The Girl’
Released: 16th February

In the early months of 2008 Hackney three-piece, The King Blues, began recording what was to be the follow up to their debut album ‘Under The Fog’. A band inspired by the reggae aspects and political charge of The Clash, along with other bands such as The Specials and Operation Ivy to name a… Continue reading

Published: Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 written by James Lewis