Foreign Beggars album released

Foreign BeggarsUnited Colours Of Beggattron is released today and has already picked up the “Album of the Month” accolade on Subba Cultcha. Plenty more reviews are expected in the coming days. Big!

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Fake Problems get Punktastic

Fake Problems are currently on tour with Frank Turner in the UK and to celebrate, singer Chris Farren recorded a couple of acoustic tracks exclusively for Punktastic including one brand new song!

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Converge’s Axe Falls in a big way!

Converge‘s new album ‘Axe To Fall’ is in stores today and the online campaign reaches new heights with a blog takeover on NME, as well as album reviews on the likes of BBC right through to blogs like Thrash Hits. All feedback glowing so far.

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Foreign Beggars reviews incoming

Foreign Beggars have seen some reviews of their forthcoming album United Colours of Beggattron  go live on AOL, BBC and Data Transmission. Grizzzzzle!

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Russian Circles album reviews

Russian Circles have seen reviews of their new album Geneva published in NME [8/10] and Kerrang! [3/5] this week. Lovely stuff.

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Japanese Voyeurs on DiS

Japanese Voyeurs have seen their EP given a 7/10 review and homepage coverage on Drowned in Sound. Nice!

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Eyedea & Abilities get reviewed

Eyedea & Abilities have seen their latest album By The Throat reviewed on sites ranging from Bonafide and Hip-Hop Kings to In The News and I Like Music this week. Another grand release by Rhymesayers!

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TGOAT NME Tour blog

The Ghost of A Thousand are tearing up stages all over Europe for the next few weeks and they’re blogging about their exploits over at NME for Notes From The Underground!

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Placebo’s Mexican review

Placebo recently played in Mexico City and Kerrang! flew over to cover the show, giving it a 4K rating saying they “deliver moods and stories, not just songs”.

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