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  • Interview: Benin City

    Following the excitement brought about by the release of their debut album, ‘Fires in the Park’ in 2013, hip-hop trio Benin City have been tipped for big things.
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  • Top 25 Records of 2013

    So already it’s that time of year again. We attempt to fit as much of the year’s good music into the most digestible format possible, in the hope that you’ll
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  • Interview: Peace

     It has been an explosive twelve months for Peace. With the enormous promotional thrust that comes with the backing of the NME and a prestigious slot on the NME tour, the
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  • Part 3: Breaking the Chains

    In a five month period from September 1993 – January 1994, three of alternative rocks biggest bands each released material that created a peak period the genre in the 1990’s.
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  • Part Two: Versus The World

    Following on from last week’s article on Nirvana and In Utero, the second of a three part series see’s John Howell looking back on the Pearl Jam’s sophomore effort, Vs., and
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Records

Score: 85% Cloud Nothigs

Cloud Nothings – Here and Nowhere Else

April 16, 2014 • Record Reviews

At times, the music industry can become clouded with clone upon clone of existing formats that have proved to be successful. This success can be maintained

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Score: 75% Patrons

Patrons – Patrons EP

March 21, 2014 • Record Reviews

The self-titled three track EP by Plymouth’s Patrons shows the promise of a new band who find it easy to flit between different sounds but still release a

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News

Eaux get set for debut LP with otherwordly techno track ‘Head’

April 20, 2014 • News

I know it’s an Easter Sunday tradition in my house to self-hypnotise with some otherworldly techno so why not fit some Eaux into your day. The 3 piece who

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FALLS are back with a mad new video for ‘Hammers?’

April 15, 2014 • News

Last time FALLS were featured on Sound Revolution it was because their brand of dirty rock felt like a breath of fresh air, despite the North Wales four-piece

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