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LIVE REVIEW: The Dirty Nil, WACO, The Black Heart, Camden, 21/02/2016

Set away from the wandering eye, down two dingy sides streets and decorated in what looks like a Sons of Anarchy’s Motorbike collection is Camden’s hidden gem of a venue, The Black Heart. Tonight we are here to welcome Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil to their first ever UK show! With its usual broody buzz, on top of a free show on offer, the venue is filling up nicely for a Thursday night.
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EP REVIEW: Lacey – I Don’t Owe The World A Thing

Lacey have started off 2016 in style with a new five-track EP entitled I Don’t Owe The World A Thing, following on from the release of their debut album Under The Brightest Lights in 2015. After we became hooked on last year's release we've sunk our teeth into the follow-up, to see if it lives up to our high expectations.
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ALBUM REVIEW: ROAM – Backbone

It could be said that Eastbourne is known mostly for being a home to a hive of retired oldies. It’s certainly not known for its music scene. Nevertheless, South Coast boys ROAM are here to disprove the stereotype and put Eastbourne on the musical map with their debut Backbone.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Basement – Promise Everything

It’s been just under two years since Ipswich emo elites Basement shocked us with their sudden return, less than two years after the group announced that they were going on indefinite hiatus. Promise Everything is the band's third full length record and once again see’s them alter their sound, here's what we thought!
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ALBUM REVIEW: Patent Pending – Riot Hearts Rebellion

With just a mere four months between releases, New York pop punkers Patent Pending have been working hard to produce latest album Riot Hearts Rebellion. Known for their eclectic mix of genres we weren’t sure just what to expect, but it’s safe to say that this definitely wasn’t it.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Pomegranate Tiger – Boundless

From the opening Tron-esque crescendo of Manifesto, and its subsequent riff onslaught, you are given a very succinct idea of what you’re going to get from Boundless by Pomegranate Tiger. Intelligent, creative, mind boggling - all through sheer instrumentation and talent.
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EP REVIEW: SikTh – Opacities

Since 2003’s The Trees Are Dead & Dried Out Wait for Something Wild, SikTh have been a significant pillar in the progressive music world. With new mini-album Opacities, SikTh pick up from where they left off since going on hiatus in 2007; but this time, with added groove.
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