2000 Trees Festival – THURSDAY’S TOP THREE

WELCOME TO 2000 TREES FESTIVAL 2018 EVERYBODY! Somehow we’re already a day down, and what a day it was! For the first time in Tree-story there was a full Thursday Main Stage Line-Up on offer as well as the usual sterling bands across the Cave, Axiom, Neu and Forest stages. Once we’re home, showered and a few days deep in post-trees blues, we’ll of course post a full blown review of what’s gone down here. For now, these were our[…]

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Turbowolf – Scala, London – LIVE REVIEW

Turbowolf are undefinable and uncontrollable. Tonight they threw a party in London on the penultimate date of their UK tour.   Brighton’s Big Spring were the night’s opening band. The first of three acts who are all noted for having created their own interesting sounds, Big Spring’s performance was a focused one. On point vocals and an undeniable connection were only slightly weakened by a rigid stage presence that will certainly by warmed up once their fan base has grown.[…]

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Turbowolf – The Free Life – ALBUM REVIEW

You’d be hard-pressed to find a band that sound like Turbowolf, because they have an individual sound and style that they’ve perfected. Sadly, that’s a problem with this album. Turbowolf may have perfected their sound, but there’s hardly any variety within it. The first half of The Free Life sounds like listening to the same song over and over again. Until Up & Atom every song is repetitive and interchangeable, frontman Chris Georgiadis nasally sliding from one note to the[…]

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