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A Silent Film (2008)


You Will Leave A Mark
Tantalising second single from Oxfordshire-based piano/guitar band A Silent Film's long awaited debut album, 'The City That Sleeps'


A Silent Film (2008)


The City That Sleeps
Long-awaited, but ultimately monotonous debut album from anthemic Oxford-based four piece, A Silent Film


Chris T-T (2007)


This Gun is Not a Gun
Disappointing new EP from increasingly confused folk-rocker Chris TT


Crazy Arm (2009)


Born to Ruin
Poetentially promising, but ultimately uninspiring debut album from Plymouth-based band, Crazy Arm


Dartz (2007)


This is My Ship
Stunning debut album from innovative teenage indie guitar rock trio Dartz, who will seem destined for major league success


Dartz (2008)


The Sad History of the Village of Alnerique
Rewarding and versatile second album from Teeside-based young indie guitar trio Dartz, which uniquely may be the world's first dance-punk concept album


Far (2010)


At Night We Live
Fantastic first album in twelve years from influential Californian emo pioneers Far



Frank Turner (2007)


Sleep is for the Week
Heart-on-sleeve honest and melodic debut solo album of folk punk from one-time Million Dead front man Frank Turner


Frank Turner (2008)


Love Ire and Song
Often fine, but unfortunately at times somewhat overblown new album from former Million Dead frontman and punk-turned-folk artist, Frank Turner


Frank Turner (2008)


Reasons Not to Be An Idiot
Anthemic and upbeat new single from former Million Dead front man Frank Turner, the latest from his second solo album, '‘Love Ire & Song’


Frank Turner (2008)


Long Live the Queen
Infectious new charity single from Frank Turner, which about the death of a close friend from breast cancer is both upbeat and life-affirming


Frank Turner (2009)


The First Three Years
Melancholic, but ultimately inspirational compilation album from acoustic folk punk Frank Turner, which sums up his first three years as a solo artist after leaving Million Dead


Frank Turner (2009)


The Road
Lively sing-a-along latest slice of folk punk from former Million Dead front man, the ever busy Frank Turner, which also includes a video of his recent attempt to play 24 gigs in 24 hours


Frank Turner (2009)


Poetry of the Deed
Lively third album of punk folk anthems from former Million Dead front man, Frank Turner



Jonah Matranga (2007)


And
Powerful, all acoustic debut solo album from godfather of emo and former frontman with Far and Gratitude, Jonah Matranga


Million Dead (2009)


A Song to Ruin
Remastered double CD reissue of the debut album of hardcore band Million Dead, acclaimed punk-folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner's original band, which despite only being released in 2003 already seems dated


Reuben (2005)


Very Fast, Very Dangerous
Promising second album from rising metal act Reuben, which despite a lot to offer is marred by a tendency still to depend too much on the cliches of the genre


Rotary Ten (2008)


These Are Our Hands
Fine debut album from Lincolnshire band, Rotary Ten, which merges mid 80's jangle-pop with the twisted alternative guitar sounds of recent bands such as Maximo Park and We Are Scientists


Tunics (2008)


The Cost of Living EP
Above average melodic Britpop on latest single from up-and-coming British group the Tunics







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