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Honeyblood @ Bestival

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This is the second part of a week long series profiling our picks for Bestival 2015. You can check out all 5 acts now in rather fancier form on this standalone web page: http://bit.ly/hmcmb-bestival-2015… Continue reading

IYES

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Hailing from Brighton and too insisting on the awkward capitalisation of their misspelt name, IYES have been at the epicentre of a frenzied storm of media hype following the release of only a… Continue reading

The Strypes – A Brighton Preview

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The Strypes appeared in the email inbox earlier this week. They’re playing at The Hope in Brighton this Saturday. By the sounds of things we should probably have heard of them before now.… Continue reading

HMCMB Sessions :: Echotape

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Good news; we’re back. Well, by we I mean I. Tom’s off on a jaunt around Europe, Pete’s disappeared up North, and Ruby is somewhere or another with a different dial tone. So,… Continue reading

Jacko Hooper – From Home EP + Interview

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You may or may not remember Jacko Hooper from some of our earlier posts. Specifically, his wonderful acoustic sessions we filmed out in the woods not too long ago, and as lovely as… Continue reading

The Kabeedies @ The Hope

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There’s a lot of emphasis on intensity and passion in music. Quite understandably too, the ability to convey emotions through sound is ingrained in society and those that can convey it better than… Continue reading

Kyla La Grange @ The Hope

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Communion nights are always such fun. Gig nights are a dime a dozen, but consistently good ones are far rarer. Communion which as you probably know was now was cofounded by Mumford &… Continue reading

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ Coalition

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A lot is being said about the end of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s hiatus and their return to the indie music foray. In modern terms, 4 years might a long time, but… Continue reading

What’s Your Vice @ The Hope

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5 acts in one night is interesting. 5 great acts in one night is brilliant. The Hope was filled to the brim in store for an evening that spanned several genres and performances,… Continue reading

Vive La France @ The Hope

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It came as a surprise that Newcastle act Polarsets were headlining the first Vive La France night this year at The Hope. That is until after a little digging, the reason’s became apparent.… Continue reading

Missing Andy @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

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The name may well ring a bell. That’s most probably due to Missing Andy’s success on Sky 1’s “Must Be The Music” last year. Or it could simply be because you’ve been listening… Continue reading

Icarus Youth

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, but acts that cross and fuse genres always grab our attention. As you may have guessed where this is going, Icarus Youth do just… Continue reading