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Tag Archives: The Get Up Kids
So I recently completed the 30 Day Song Challenge on Facebook, but felt my choices required further explanation. So here’s what made my list. For those who know me, some of my selections will be obvious, but hopefully with a … Continue reading
Festival reviews are always a test of endurance for even the most patient of writers, and anyone who knows me knows patience is not my best quality. So this year to make it that little bit easier for me to … Continue reading
Support: The Xcerts I feel somewhat cheated. After seeing The Get Up Kids twice last year, on what was originally billed as their ‘last ever UK tour’, seeing them again only a year later seems a bit wrong. That said, … Continue reading
There are some bands just too good to miss. Having only reformed last year after a three year hiatus, they’ve been welcomed back by the scene they help spawn. Often referred to as pioneers, they picked up where the first … Continue reading