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EP REVIEW: Eva Plays Dead – The Fix

Nottingham based rockers Eva Plays Dead have just released their EP The Fix and it’s definitely a fix of something! Plugging away in the independent scene is never easy, but this EP is something of a resurgence for a band who’ve played with the likes of Alien Ant Farm, Skindred and Devilskin, amongst others.
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LIFESTYLE FEATURE: “Alternative” Isn’t Just The Music We Like – It’s A Way Of Living

The rise of an alternative lifestyle paved the way for all kinds of people to find their place in the world, at times where the “mainstream” had not been so kind. Whether you like fashion or modelling or not, there’s no denying that small-time clothing lines and models helped shape our consumption of modern alternative music. “Alternative” became not just a genre to listen to, but also synonymous with an entire subculture.
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ALBUM REVIEW: PVRIS – White Noise (Deluxe Edition)

PVRIS are one of the hottest rock bands around these days and they’ve recently dropped the Deluxe Edition of their debut album White Noise. The deluxe edition adds three tracks – You and I with a stripped down version and Empty; and after a few listens, it’s safe to say that we were suitably impressed.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Against the Current – In Our Bones

The past 18 months have been a whirlwind for Against the Current, who have two sold out headline UK tours under their belt, arena support slots to All Time Low and millions of views across their YouTube channel. The Poughkeepsie three-piece achieved all of this having released only two EPs: Infinity in 2014, and 2015's Gravity. Needless to say, their highly anticipated debut album In Our Bones had some huge expectations, but have one of the most in-demand bands of 2016 lived up to it?
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Paramore – Brand New Eyes

After a two year gap the young Paramore are back with a brand spanking new studio album ‘Brand New Eyes’. The third album from the Tennessee phenomenon kicks straight in with in-your-face, full-on, pop/punk assault that is ‘Careful’, which immediately reminds you of pint-sized Hayley Williams powerful and trademark vocals
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