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Steven reviews You Me at Six's fifth album 'Night People', quite possibly the release that catapults them to the top of the British rock heap. It's out now. The post Album Review: You Me at Six – Night People appeared first on There Goes The Fe...

The eighth EP from London-based produce Draper is good news and bad news, says Steven. Draper is scheduled to appear at SXSW 2017 in March. The post Album Review: Draper – Luminous EP appeared first on There Goes The Fear, a UK/US/IE Music Web...

Carrie reviews American pop-punk band Hiccup's single 'Teasin'. They will be at SXSW 2017 in March and release their debut LP ‘Imaginary Enemies’ 24 March. The post (SXSW 2017 flavoured!) Single Review: Hiccup – Teasin’ appeared first on...

Carrie reviews Brooklyn chamber-pop collective San Fermin's single 'Open', ahead of their scheduled appearance at SXSW 2017 in March. The post (SXSW 2017 flavoured!) Single Review: San Fermin – Open appeared first on There Goes The Fear, a UK/U...

Rebecca reviews legendary Bristol band The Blue Aeroplanes' first album in 6 years, 'Welcome, Stranger!', out now on Art Star, via a PledgeMusic campaign. The post Album Review: The Blue Aeroplanes – Welcome, Stranger! appeared first on There G...

Canadian legend Neil Young released his 38th album at the end of 2016 on Reprise Records, and Carrie offers her thoughts on his ‘Peace Trail’ album. The post Album Review: Neil Young – Peace Trail appeared first on There Goes The Fear, a UK...

Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes unveil the Turner prize-nominated artist Jake Chapman-directed video for 'Wild Flowers', from the upcoming 'Modern Ruin' LP. The post Video of the Moment #2259: Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes appeared first...