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Sunday Slaylist: DesertFest 2012

April 8th, 2012

DesertFest 2012 Sunday Spotify Slaylist Thrash Hits

With all the brouhaha regarding summer outdoor festivals, we somewhat neglected a springtime indoor one that’s taking place on our very doorstep – DesertFest. Today is the third and final day of the first London incarnation of the festival, where more than 50 stoner, doom, spacerock and sludge bands have been giving the foundations of Camden Town a solid shake-up. If – like us – you had to miss this year’s festival, you can at least console yourself with the Spotify Slaylist we’ve made in the festival’s honour.

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FREE STUFF: Download Trippy Wicked’s album Movin’ On

June 29th, 2010

There aren’t many bands who have a name that takes longer to say than whole Opeth songs, but bluesy psychedelic rockers Trippy Wicked & The Cosmic Children Of The Knight are one. Frankly, if your music is this good, you can totally get away with it. These guys pretty much made us cross our legs to hide the bulge in our trousers when they played with Astrohenge recently. The band are letting you download their belting record Movin’ On for FREE, so you have absolutely no excuse for not seeing why.

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April 9th, 2010

It’s not often we say this – fuck, it’s probably the only time we’ve ever said it – but this weekend London is just Too Damn Metal. Not only are EyeHateGod playing at ULU tomorrow (Oh. Hells. Yes!), but the number of metal events going on this weekend that we actually want to go to (as opposed, y’know, to shitty clubnights full of children listening to shitty punk music) actually exceeds our ability to attend.

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