Monthly Archives: January 2010

Glassjaw @ Manchester Academy 24/01/10

Support: Shapes, Pulled Apart By Horses There’s something just not right about tonight. The recent upgrade from the original billing of Academy 2, to the larger Academy 1 just does not sit well. Not that Glassjaw haven’t earned their significant … Continue reading

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Lostprophets – ‘The Betrayed’

Just when will bands learn; leaving a sizeable gap between albums almost always creates so much anticipation that whenever new material does surface, it cannot hope to match the built up expectations. It’s been nearly four years since Prophet’s last … Continue reading

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Thrice @ Leeds Cockpit 18/01/10

Support: Telegraphs, We Are The Ocean Despite making this rare journey to UK shores primarily as support for Brand New’s mega Wembley gig later this week, a flurry of headline dates from Thrice is still something to be celebrated regardless. … Continue reading

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Archive: Sandman Magazine – Brew Records (March 2009)

One lump or two? What better place to catch up with the founders of Leeds’ very own Brew Records than the Brudenell Social Club. Like the Brudenell, Brew radiates character and charm: being a hidden gem amongst the varied and … Continue reading

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Vampire Weekend – ‘Contra’

In 2008, New York quartet Vampire Weekend seemingly appeared from nowhere and instantly became indie favourites, with the help of adored anthems such as ‘A-Punk’ and ‘Oxford Comma’. Two years later and they’re back with one of 2010’s  first new … Continue reading

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Vibrations Reviews – February 2010 Issue 11

Daniel Pearson – Satellites (Album) – Saint In The City Records As we move into a new year and a new decade it’s comforting to think that some things never change. In the case of this 10-track debut from Daniel … Continue reading

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