Listening Post: Now Closed

Thanks to everyone who gave their time and expertise this weekend, picking their five favourites from the following list ADAM TUFFREY - Superstar BLONDAGE - Stoned CAMENS - Boys Will Stray DOLLIE DEMI - Ruby Lips FAMOUS - I Want To Crawl Inside Of You FJOKRA - Sick Kids I AM THE COLD MAN - Little Bird IVY NATIONS - Live by Design IZZIE YARDLEY…

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Listening Post: Now Closed

Thanks to everyone who gave their time and expertise this weekend, picking their five favourites from the following list ANGHARAD DRAKE - Heaven Knows ANNABEL ALLUM - Rich Backgrounds ANNELLE GREGORY - Romance In A Minor BAD POP – Masculism DARK HORSE - Dark Horse EDUARDSOZOLINS - 0304 GLASS WINGS - Made for Me GOODALL – Snuffbox HMS MORRIS - Morbid Mind JUNIORJUNIOR UK -…

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Listening Post: Now Closed

Thanks to everyone who gave their time and expertise this weekend, picking their five favourites from the following list ALORIC - It Doesn't Matter BALTIMORE - Glow Deep BIRDYHOP - Sportsday CEILING DEMONS - March Forward CHERRY HEAD, CHERRY HEART - So Much More CLIMBING TREES - Lost DUST MILL - Waking Up DXMVRC - Wullavybz EMPATHY TEST - Bare My Soul EVERING - Driftwood…

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Q&A: Johnno Casson

Where do we start with the wonderful Johnno Casson? He's not just a solo artists who's made music under the the monikers of Snippet, Old Tramp, and himself, he's also a community hero, as well as a moderating colleague here at Fresh on the Net. He has just released his new album - Future Melancholy Pop Music, and here's a Q&A he did with me…

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Listening Post: Now Closed [Batch 235]

Thanks to everyone who gave their time and expertise this weekend, picking their five favourites from the following list AFRIKAN BOY - LITW ALEX RAINSFORD - Warning Shot AMERY - So Good ANNEKA - Life Force BRIDIE JACKSON - No Baby To Lull CLIMBING TREES - Lost COURTEOUS THIEF - Once Burnt GREATER SIRENS - The First Big Number HALCYON - Tongue Tied JACK PERRETT…

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Review: Specimen EP by ELK

There is music which by default tumbles into that categorical looseness known as post-rock, a term so vague that even the most knowing of oracles would be hard pressed to define it. I like to think of it as a musical free spirit; music without a map or specific direction, meandering aimlessly through a myriad uncharted territories.  Chameleon like changes of sound and texture, vacillating between tempos,…

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