Interview: Breed 77

February 2, 2010

I interviewed Paul Isola from Breed 77 for The Linc, have a gander!

Popular Gibraltarian five-piece band Breed 77 released their politically-tinged LP “Insects” last year, and have recently finished a UK tour in support of it. We catch up with vocalist Paul Isola for a quick chat during his hectic schedule.

“Insects” is an album primarily about the current state of the UK and the world in general in terms of the economy, war and the government.

Isola explains: “I think the overall feeling is one of futility, we are governed by non-elected men in suits. I think everyone is aware that industry rules and that they are behind politics that seem to favour big business. Ignorance is no longer the problem, it’s apathy.”

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Playlist: February 2010

February 1, 2010

Here we go again, another select ten tracks for your listening delight. Don’t complain that they’re not on the ‘cutting edge’ of the modern music scene, because a lot of that music is tripe. Here’s ten songs that are rather tasty.

Click here for Spotify link: Music On The Mind – February 2010

Haven’t got Spotify? Don’t worry! Starting today the Music On The Mind playlist is also on! Which means you don’t have to sign up for anything, but there is slightly more adverts.

Click here for We7 link: Music On The Mind – February 2010

Sadly due to what I’m believing is licensing or copyright, We7 only has a preview of NOFX – The Brews. But don’t worry, listen to it below instead! Isn’t the internet wonderful?

Review: Black River – Black ‘N’ Roll

February 1, 2010

A review of Polish rockers Black River’s latest album for One Metal.

With what seems to be the norm as of late, mainland Europe bands are trying to prove to the rest of the continent and the world that they mean business. Polish rockers Black River are no exception, fusing elements of DownKing Diamond and Eden’s Curse. With their unique blend of modern metal and old school rock, Black River are lifting the sword for Polish rock and marching onward.

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