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Ricky Damiani/Cup/FFS

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As peaceful as music can be, Ricky has an excelent voice making mush out of everyone, softening the sound further with delacate guitar work. I can see mobile phone advert potential here. Though ive not got a TV so maybe im wrong, GREEN
5th Feb 2009, 19:27   comments (0)

The Score/Friends of Manchester

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I've seen this bands name floating around online and on flyers and I've avoided them because of it...what a fool I've been. Superb vocals and violent yet welcoming rhythms. For fans of The Editors - Super Green
26th Jan 2009, 09:23   | tags:,,,comments (0)

Kid British/Jabez Clegg/FOM

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This is the second time REVUE has featured this band and little has changed in their performance, their honesty in sticking to their faily mainstream appeal makes them a band you may see in the international scene before the end of the year - Green
26th Jan 2009, 01:45   comments (0)

Charlie Costello Orchestra/The fly/Friends of Mine

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Right, this lot come quite obviously straight from some secondary school recognition, trumpets, cocky teenage swager, good melodies that would fit nicely in the current climate of pop. Though I really have to say this isn't my sort of thing and all it seems good for is continuing the increasingly hated line of "Scouting for Girls" wannabees.
16th Jan 2009, 22:13   comments (0)

Acid Mothers Temple/Islington Mill

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T - This Demonic collection of psychedelic Japanese masters showed us how easy it is to use the headline slot to lift the atmosphere of a gig through the roof in an instance, ACID? MOTHER...TEMPLE...CRASH!...Everyone instantly loses their minds...a thoroughly enjoyable show none the less at the now notorious Islington Mill. The guitars were piercing, the drums were thrashing (two kits!) and the whole lot was fronted by a groovy, patchwork pant-wearing ghost.

Super Green
6th Jan 2009, 23:24   comments (0)

Peterloo Massacre/Centro/Trip-Tronic

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M - What this band may lack in facial expressions they make up for with a
load of amazingly expensive gadgets and they really do know how to use them,they showed us how to combine new and interesting sounds to produce an
eclectic set which drew the audience's attention from start to finish.

6th Jan 2009, 22:42   comments (1)
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