Posts Tagged: brendan campbell

Selection of Album Newcomers

Cut Off Your Hands Happy As Can Be (Frenchkiss Records) – Taking hints from the Klaxons and The Pigeon Detectives, these Auckland boys are bringing up the front with spot on dance driven new rave. A dervish of post-punk pop is being released on their new six-track EP. The Raveonettes Beauty Dies (Vice Records) –… Read more »

“Sorry, I Thought I Was Gonna Puke…”

In the intimate surroundings of the Old Queen’s Head pub in London, UK, Brendan Campbell announced to the crowd with his soft Glaswegian tones that he wasn’t feeling too great. Seconds earlier, he’d stopped singing a few seconds into his fourth song of the evening, “Venice”. Watching a musician concentrate on stage is far from… Read more »