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Lord Huron – Lonesome Dreams

You may not have heard of Lord Huron.  That’s okay.  The indie folk band originate from Los Angeles and recently finished supporting a little band that go by the name of, healing Of Monsters and Men, unhealthy but they have…

The Joy Formidable

Welsh rockers, thumb The Joy Formidable, sovaldi sale have returned with their second album, viagra ‘Wolf’s Law’, an album that feels much more complete compared to their debut, ‘The Big Roar’, which had far too much in the way of…

Local Natives

  This week saw the release of the eagerly awaited second album from Local Natives.  Following on from the success of the self-funded Gorilla Manor, this indie offering is the first of their albums to not feature Andy Hamm, the…

Greenday- Dos

Transition Year intern James Kelly reviews Green Day’s latest offering,’Dos’. Greenday are back with their 2nd album in a trilogy, “Dos”. The Bass guitarist “Mike Dirnt” says that he hasn’t been as excited as this since “Dookie”, which was their…

Someone Great is Gone

LCD Soundsystem are a once in a lifetime band. They are important and timeless in the same way that other pioneering bands become irrevocably associated with a time period, a sound, a mood. Like The Clash or The Beatles they…

The Rolling Stones- GRRR!

????? The Rolling Stones are back with their greatest hits compilation album GRRR!. The album is out to celebrate fifty years of being general rock gods. Is it a case of trying to squeeze out a few euros for the…

Lana Del Rey- Paradise EP

? ? ??? Lana Del Rey is back with a mixed bag of moodiness and sexiness in the form of Paradise, physician the EP to follow her hit and miss breakthrough album, cialis Born to Die. The single Ride is possibly the…

ExitMusic – Whelan’s November 10th 2012

Nobody was prepared for what happened in Whelan’s last weekend. Hushed voices and murmured conversations were cut short by the sounds of “The Sea”, the opening track of ExitMusic’s set list. Without a doubt one of their strongest tracks, the…

Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra – THEATRE IS EVIL

(8 Ft. Records, 2012) It’s rare anyone these days refers to a group of distinctly rock-flavoured songs as a “great pop record”, let alone such a group released by a boutique sort of artist on a minor record label. Bear…