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Review: Ceasefire – JUDAS

Judas have had a storming summer, culminating in a Reading and Leeds main stage slot, and now they’ve topped it off by releasing in my opinion their best single to date. ‘Ceasefire’ opens with lo-fi drums and guitar, and the anticipation builds right from the start for what you can tell is gonna be a […]

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Deep.Sleep – Soho

Single Review: Deep.Sleep For fans of: Mint; Clay; The 1975 Soho is the latest offering from geordie indie rockers Deep.Sleep. On the back of a spectacular festival season including an affirming Kendal Calling set, their hot new track is the perfect platform to set the foundations for success. The track is a more mellow one […]

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The Gardner and the Tree – Mossbo

EP Review: The Gardner and the Tree For fans of: Mumford and Sons; Patch and the Giant; Augustines Sometimes, the music industry throws up something so perfect you cannot quite believe it. Mossbo, the recent release from Swiss band The Gardener and the Tree however, wholly fits that description. The five tracks as an entire EP […]

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Live: The Pale White – Bingley Festival

Things get a bit tense when my heart develops an innate panic and reminds me that the gush of outdoor summer music festivals is about to run dry. While some creatures store and bury nuts for fortitude, Halfway 2 Nowhere contributors build up live music festival memories to relive during bleak winter evenings. Thus it […]

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Nothing But Thieves are far from a ‘Broken Machine’…

Nothing But Thieves are: Conor Mason (vocals and guitar), Joe Langridge-Brown (guitar), Dominic Craik (guitar and keyboard), Philip Blake (bass) and James Price (drums) For fans of: Muse, Royal Blood, Foals Genre: Powerful, yet melodic, alternative rock Nothing But Thieves certainly managed to steal the hearts of many with their self-titled debut album two years […]

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Live: Kashmere – Parish, Huddersfield

Pub and bar week nights out in August student-free-zone Huddersfield are rarely notable for their banging qualities. While the H2N promoted Parish Pump event headlined by Kashmere sadly wasn’t rammed, the broad mix of music on offer and the energy of the performances gave the town a rare Thursday night exuberance, and I wish more […]