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IN FOR QUESTIONING: China Bears; Fierce Panda Records New Indie Swooners Win Over Us With Their Refreshing Indie.

China Bears are everything indie has been missing since angry post-punk took over and quite frankly as much as we’re pissed off with Brexit China Bears sound is the refreshing cold lemonade after a sweaty run; we’re feeling hydrated again.… Continue Reading

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIER & SINGLE REVIEW: The Keep Cats ‘Basement Dreams’; This Is The One, The Single We’ve Been Waiting For The Keep Cats To Write.

‘‘Basement Dreams’ [is] a perfect pop song based around guitars and singalongs.’ Our story with The Keep Cats has been an honest one, one where they’ve had listen to some honest criticism from us but wow it shows how well… Continue Reading

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INTERVIEW: Skint & Demoralised; We Find Out What’s Been Going On In The Boro Kitchen At 4am.

Skint & Demoralised may sound vaguely familiar to the Myspace generation youth bouncing round the room to their contagious indie pop in part sounding like a northern soul Arctic Monkeys fronted by Jamie T but it’s 8 years since we… Continue Reading

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INTERVIEW: The Blinders. Fresh From SXSW And About To Embark On Their Own Headline Tour We Had A Chat With The Blinders.

Since hitting the live circuit a couple of years ago The Blinders haven’t left the attention of the music press and their ever growing fanbase. Finally last year we were rewarded with their debut album which captured their electric live… Continue Reading

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SINGLE PREMIER & REVIEW: The Keep Cats ‘All You Got Left’, An Ironic Title For A Band That Have More Going For Themselves Than Ever Before!

‘As soon as we heard the opening bars of ‘All You Got Left’ we knew this was a bigger beast than before, a beast that will bring the band bigger stages.’ Catching The Keep Cats earlier this year took us… Continue Reading

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INTERVIEW: Good Cop, Bad Cop. One Of Our Top Albums Of The Year, Milburn Crossed With Arctic Monkeys; We Had to Chat to Brainchild Joe Carnall Jnr.

From the moment we first played the Good Cop, Bad Cop solo album of Joe Carnall Jnr. to now there hasn’t been a week when we haven’t played it tons so we had to find our more. Underscore Part 3’s… Continue Reading

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Good Cop, Bad Cop (Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys & Joe Carnall of Milburn). This Is Not The Album We Wanted, It’s So Much More; Old Friendships Die Hard On This Classic Debut.

‘One of the best albums of 2019 so far… is not getting the hype it deserves…; you need this album in your life.’ Initial rumblings of Joe’s work outside Milburn were coming to light in late 2016 when he chatted… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Desperate Journalist, She Makes War & Oh, The Guilt at The Exchange, Bristol. 21.03.19. – Just Miraculous.

It is positive in a time of austerity that The Exchange has made a success of a share offer towards the end of last year and is now a community-owned enterprise, putting on a comprehensive programme of up and coming… Continue Reading

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SINGLE REVIEW: No Violet- ‘Lemons’. Math-Rock Indie Kids Smash It Out Of The Park Again With Unusually Named ‘Lemons’. Out Now.

‘‘Lemons’ continues [No Violet’s] math-rock assault on the indie scene, an assault they’ll only let us up from when they’re ready.’ Unfortunately, far too often advance releases for reviews drop in the Underscore Part 3 inbox from bands on the… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Art Brut with support from Heroes Of The Modern World at The Joiners, Southampton. 2.3.2019. Art Brut Are Not Back To Their Hey Day, This Is Their Second Coming!

With a 7-year hiatus due to personal issues in Eddie Argos’ life we knew this homecoming gig would be important but no one in the room realised just how important this would be. Art Brut are back and they sound… Continue Reading