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Colin Clark
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I live in my own little world. I love it.
I live in my own little world. I love it.

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Album Review: Crustfall by Days N Daze on Sweater Weather Record and All We've Got Records (by Emma Prew)

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Album Review: Crustfall by Days N Daze
Days N Daze are a DIY folk punk band – or thrashgrass band as they’ve sometimes labelled themselves – that originally formed as a duo in Houston, Texas, by Whitney Flynn and Jesse Sendejas, almost ten years ago. They’ve swapped and changed additional musici...

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Gig Review: Frank Turner with Beans On Toast, Harry Pane, Sad Song Co., Scott Hutchison, Sean McGowan and Uri Sade at The Roundhouse, Camden 14/5/17 (by Emma Prew)

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Gig Review: Frank Turner’s Last Minutes & Lost Evenings, Sensible Sunday (14/5/17)
The weekend of Friday 12th through to Monday 15th of May saw a new festival of sorts take place in Camden – a collaboration between OneFest , a not-for-profit organisation that supports talent development within the music industry, and Frank Turner. Last Mi...

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Top Ten Thursday: Ten Bands That Colin Still Needs To See Live

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Top Tens: Top Ten Bands That Colin Still Needs To See Live
Recently there was a game on Facebook where you had to name nine bands you've seen live and another that you hadn't and your friends had to guess which was the one you hadn't seen. I was far too cool to partake in such a game, I mean what kind of loser cons...

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Album Review: Home by Primetime Failure on Disconnect Disconnect Records (by Dan Peters)

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Album Review: Home by Primetime Failure (by Dan Peters)
A 90s kid handbook. A Disconnect Disconnect press release lands in my inbox and a smile hits my lips. I know that even if I’ve not heard of the band in question, these guys only associate themselves with great quality punk rock. The quality in this case is ...

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Album Review: Run by Ghouls on 1471 Records (by Robyn Pierce)

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Album Review: Run by Ghouls (by Robyn Pierce)
The five guys who make up London-based band Ghouls aren’t afraid to strike out and do something a little different. The band blends together different genres - mixing ska, punk, pop, folk, rock and a bit of gypsy flair to create music with a distinctive Gho...
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