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They may have left us with no encore, but there can be no complaints, given the quality of the last hour or so from one of the most interesting, unique and talented bands around today.
Rev couldn’t be a better label debut for these Texan psychobilly stalwarts, one hell of a stellar moment in a 28-year career.
They Might Be Giants' 'Nanobots' tops 2013 for Dominique Wall.
The Cairos have been outdone by their East Coast tour mates, Tales In Space, which is great for Tales In Space, but not for the headline act.
Despite a few minor drawbacks, Wish Bone, with its light, electropop-driven tunes, is the perfect accompaniment to the coming summer months.
After what seems like an eternity, he makes it to the other side of the balcony, only to climb over the railing and, after ensuring that those below will catch him, he jumps into the crowd.
The quartet have done themselves proud with some truly heart-wrenching moments that are simply beautiful.
"For pure entertainment value, they are rivaled by a few, but it’s nice to see there is quality in there, too."
Fields’ performance may not be as polished as many others, but it’s warm, endearing and entertaining, and you can’t ask for much more than that.
With such perfect indie pop offerings as Heaven In The Afternoon, The Third Eye Centre is a definite must have.