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Fleeing New York

  1. Music
  2. Album Reviews

Band of Skulls release of their second album Sweet Sour next Monday, February 20th, and this is certainly one you shouldn’t miss. There are ten songs here that display the artistic genius of a band who have always had a spark of creativity fizzing distinctly to their very surface. From the rhythmic title track ‘Sweet […]

  1. Music
  2. Live Reviews

Stepping into Kings Cross’ The Water Rats, I momentarily wonder whether I’ve come to the right venue. Beer: yes. Punters: yes. All boxes ticked so far… but where are the bands? Secreted away behind the bar is a small, smoky theatre reeling to the sounds of opening band The Sun Also Rises’ finale. Like a […]

  1. Music
  2. Album Reviews

Early 2004 saw Fleeing New York’s first promo drop through our letter box and I can honestly say we got pretty excited about it here. Move the clock forward a year and I’m pleased to say that not only has their debut album arrived on our doorstep, but so did a few extra copies that […]

  1. Music
  2. Single Reviews

Formed at Winchester Art College, Fleeing New York are a three piece act who have created a bit of a buzz around the south’s music scene with some well received live reviews. Made up of Russell Marsden (Guitar/Vocals), Emma Richardson (Bass/Vocals) and Matt Hayward (Drums), Fleeing New York’s first self-titled promo serves up three tracks […]

  1. Music
  2. Live Reviews

The Joiners, Southampton, was rammed, somehow managing to squeeze more than two-hundred punters into the venue for a night featuring three very different bands. Alaskan Pipeline opened with a two-chord Travis-esque song that was fairly uninspired and failed to snatch the attention of the crowd. Dissapointingly, the second song was poured from the same dreary […]

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