This month we listen to Easychair, Man Bites Zombie, Lukas Creswell-Rost and Lunacybot.
Grit your teeth for another bout of "constructive criticism" of more reader recordings.
More of your submissions get the once-over by the SOS editorial staff.
More SOS readers offer up their recordings for written assessment (and the occasional bit of punishment)...
The story of how a characteristically chaotic and unorthodox 1978 recording session took Ian Dury & The Blockheads to the top of the UK charts.
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From their roots as a drum & bass act, Pendulum have transformed themselves into a dance-rock powerhouse.
More of your tracks get the aural objectivity test from the SOS crew. Sponsored by www.breed-media.co.uk
More of your tunes get critiqued by the editorial team. Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk
More readers tracks undergo the editorial staff treatment! Sponsored by www.breed-media.co.uk
More of your submissions get the once-over by the SOS editorial staff. Sponsored by breed-media.co.uk.
Armed with a subversive view of society and a command of catchy synth-pop, Devo burst into the charts in 1980 with weird classic 'Whip It'. Producer Robert Margouleff talks de-evolution...
This month we review releases from Dreamlake, Jimmy Brewer and Phillip Sandifer.
CD Of The Month: Kekal The Habit Of Fire
The Habit Of Fire is apparently...
This month we review CDs by StrangeA, Ted McLoone, tRUEMAN, Nomadiqa, Simon Scardanelli, Michael Lindner and Column:Inches.
From humble beginnings, Joey Sturgis has become a leading producer in the highly technical metalcore scene.