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0 Replies and 1384 Views The Lonely H  1384  0 Started by  UnaRocks pretty cool band, if a bit Kings Of Leon rip-offish http://unarocks.blogspot.com/2007/07/lonely-h.html
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7/31/2007 8:07 AM
0 Replies and 2036 Views The Pale The Contents Of A Shipwreck Reviews  2036  0 Started by  dogwithnotail The Contents Of A Shipwreck (1969 Records) Totally Dublin July 2007 The prodigal sons return.Way back in the early 1990's The Pale was the band of the moment, when the carbon footprint of the London A&R departments rose dramatically over Dublin and deservedly so.Killer tunes like I Am The Butterfly and Dogs With No Tails were pop nuggets and the 4 piece duly landed a deal with A&M, had hits in Ireland, France and Turkey with the above, and a hit album Here's One We Made Earlier. ...
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7/25/2007 6:03 AM
0 Replies and 1674 Views Iron and wine in TBMC  1674  0 Started by  Jairzinho Iron and wine playing TBMC on 27 Oct. Tickets already on sale.
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7/10/2007 10:28 AM
3 Replies and 2068 Views Rifle Fire Rifle  2068  3 Started by  Trix Has anyone heard anything about this band
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by  UnicronJump to last post
7/3/2007 6:35 AM
1 Replies and 3117 Views The Ting Tings  3117  1 Started by  UnaRocks http://www.myspace.com/thetingtings
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by  crucifixioJump to last post
6/28/2007 5:39 AM
1 Replies and 2115 Views Submit your Hidden Gems  2115  1 Started by  UnaRocks Thought it would be a good thread to start - just to highlight some great records that people may have missed. I shall kick things off: The Organ Grab That Gun Too Pure records 2006 One of my absolute favourite records of the past few years (and maybe ever) is 'Grab That Gun' by The Organ. Released in 2004, it more or less passed me by until last year (it was released worldwide in Feb 2006) when I picked it out of a mountain of CDs at home and started listening to it a...
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by  crucifixioJump to last post
6/28/2007 5:36 AM
3 Replies and 1846 Views Handsome Furs, 5th October, Whelans  1846  3 Started by  Unicron Nice one, been enjoying this album a lot.
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by  crucifixioJump to last post
6/26/2007 6:01 AM
2 Replies and 1968 Views The Reigning Sound  1968  2 Started by  Peejay Any thoughts on this Memphis band I don't think they tour Europe very much, except maybe support slots, so I guess they slip under the radar a bit. I have two of their recent albums (of the past five years anyway), Time Bomb Highschool and Too Much Guitar and I think they're both excellent. If you like your rock & roll noisy and fast then Too Much Guitar is an absolute gem that harks back to Nuggets type garage rock. Time Bomb Highschool is a little more on the power-pop side and shows frontman...
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6/21/2007 6:04 AM
0 Replies and 1676 Views The Loungs  1676  0 Started by  brendo amazin new band from merseyside. debut album released on a small enough label but the best ive bought so far this year.. bit of sfa, the coral, the beta band. wacky pop music. stream of the whole album on their website: www.theloungs.co.uk
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6/20/2007 1:36 PM
5 Replies and 2518 Views The Crimea - Free Album  2518  5 Started by  Crockett Belfast boy Davey Mcmanus' band, The Crimea, have just released their second album 'Secrets of the Witching Hour' as a FREE DOWNLOAD. The whole album is completely free, and available at http://www.thecrimea.net I think it's great! Colin Murray played a track on Radio 1 last night (their his favourite band apparently) A free album!!
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by  rockchickletJump to last post
6/18/2007 10:15 AM
0 Replies and 3091 Views Super Extra Bonus Party  3091  0 Started by  UnaRocks http://www.superextrabonusparty.com Songs Everything Flows Favourite Things
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6/15/2007 9:55 AM
8 Replies and 2008 Views Crystal Castles  2008  8 Started by  UnaRocks http://www.myspace.com/crystalcastles
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6/15/2007 4:38 AM
0 Replies and 1672 Views Liquid Liquid  1672  0 Started by  muzak Anyone familiar with these guys 1980s New York 'No Wave' band who's song 'Cavern' formed the basis of 'White Lines' by Grandmaster Flash - Sly and Robbie replayed the bass and drums bit from Cavern. I finally got hold of a 12' of this after seeing it on some late night arts show and its weird to listen to - very spectral, minimalist funk with shouting. I'm sure you must be able to get it on some kind of CD compilation.
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6/13/2007 1:44 PM
20 Replies and 5923 Views Superjimenez 'Faye'  5923  20 Started by  Dolly
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Okay, I'm a big fan of these guys and I came across this. I think it's brill... Superjimenez' latest marketing ploy for their next single 'Faye' www.myspace.com/superjimenezfaye
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by  muzakJump to last post
6/13/2007 1:37 PM
17 Replies and 4892 Views Fight Like Apes  4892  17 Started by  UnaRocks awesome. Probably one of the best bands in Ireland at the moment. Go see them live now. http://www.myspace.com/fightlikeapesmusic
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by  UnaRocksJump to last post
6/11/2007 6:19 AM
0 Replies and 1631 Views Mumblin Deaf Ro  1631  0 Started by  mp3hugger On the same label as Michael Knight and about to release new album 'The Herring & The Brine'. Top quality lo-fi acoustic folk with a good head on its shoulders. http://www.myspace.com/mumblindeafro
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6/9/2007 12:35 PM
7 Replies and 3480 Views THE COLD WAR KIDS - ROBBERS AND COWARDS  3480  7 Started by  Unkle Monkey grabbing america by the balls 4* reviews all over the place was out monday i think so get down to your local ripoff merchant and get a copy... ...and una remember this band now!!
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by  The_Pen15Jump to last post
6/9/2007 10:26 AM
6 Replies and 1907 Views Japanese Indie/Rock/.......  1907  6 Started by  PeterQuaife Hey folks Can anyone give me a shortcut to good japanese indie rock, etc etc.... Someone recommended Mono (think it was una), and they are top. Any insight would be appreciated cheers PQ
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by  muzakJump to last post
6/8/2007 2:39 AM
2 Replies and 2080 Views Inertia 66: Irish Beatles/Beach Boys & Kinks.  2080  2 Started by  Furio www.myspace.com/inertia66 An undiscovered national treasure! An Irish Beatles, Beach Boys, Kinks and Oasis and that’s Inertia 66. The '66' in the band name signifies the year 1966. Paying homage to some of the great music created that year, which has inspired this group. Edging closer to the legendary producer Phil Spectors’ formula for success and to what he referred to as “Little symphonies for the kids”. Inertia 66 (one of Irelands up...
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6/8/2007 2:36 AM
0 Replies and 1802 Views Fantastic Pop:Steve Goldberg and the Arch Enemies  1802  0 Started by  The_Pen15 Hi, I came across these guys through another forum. They are really good, check out their album demos stevegoldbergmusic.com
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4/12/2007 8:53 AM
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