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Solid As A Rock

"For the hour-long set Andrew and Cahir leapt around like lunatics throwing classic old skool rock poses using every inch of The Joiners compact stage"

Splendid Zine Reviews Public Service Broadcast #1

"Why, it's so anti-RIAA, it's almost beautiful."

'Public Service Broadcast #13 Review- Comes With A Smile #13

Within six months half of these acts will be headline news.

Planet Sound Review Public Service Broadcast #1

Worth tracking down for future rarities

Drowned In Sound Review Public Service Broadcast #1

This is THE most important unsigned/underground CD compilation of the year. It is called Public Service Broadcast #1, and published on the kickass cool Smalltown America label. Who aren’t based in a small town American.

Lost At Sea Review Public Service Broadcast #1

Good music is certainly delivered

Comes With A Smile Review Public Service Broadcast #1

'I promise you; within six month half of these acts will be headline news'

Tiny Bombs Interview Cahir.

'...but personally i wouldnt shout "Get away": - Cahir O'Doherty

I Had To Go Down To Reception With A Towel Wrapped Round me

Jetplane Landing start 60-date tour.

We Should Feel Privileged To Be Allowed To Listen

Logo Review 'Once Like A Spark'

"Jetplane Landing are, simply, fuckin' awesome. Buy this album NOW"

Once Like A Spark Review - Teletext

"What they offer is dense intelligent rock that veers deftly between emo, mellow Manics and riff-happy bounce"

Time Out Reviews 'Once Like A Spark'

"Their chunky, dissonant riffs jerk with a tightly wound tension before exploding into furious crescendos."

Metal Hammer Review 'Once Like A Spark' - 8/10

Anglo/Irish post-hardcore outfit unleash genius sophomore effort

Hot Press Reviews 'Once Like A Spark' - 8½ / 10

"As soon as it ends, you'll find yourself reaching for the replay button"

Kerrang! Reviews 'Once Like A Spark' - KKKK

"Leaves you gasping for breath and rushing to join the cause. Brilliant"

NME Reviews 'Once Like A Spark' - 7/10

"A convincingly crunchy bid for the title of Number One UK Extremo Heroes 2003"

Bang Magazine Review 'Only Like A Spark'

Jetplane Landing have no reason not to be stars

Do Something Pretty Reviews 'Once Like A Spark'

Like The Misfits playing Beach Boys covers

I Hate Cahir With All My Heart

Jetplane Landing release new single 'Calculate the Risk'.

1" Volcano Live Show Review By Drowned In Sound

"Like Cable covering Slayer"

Do Something Pretty Reviews Who Invented Love?

"This Canterbury formed band have made a demo of seven-tracks and over 35 minutes long, and to be honest, it's better then most of the albums I've bought in the past year."

Logo Review 'Calculate The Risk'

The perfect alternative punk record

Logo Review 'Els Quatre Gats' - 8/10

"The result? A comeback that's second to none"

Hotpress Review 'Calculate The Risk'

"Difficult, brainy, aggressive and surreal"

Do Something Pretty Reviews 'Calculate The Risk'

One of the most perfect blends of angular guitar and angsty pop I think I've heard

Tonight Was A Showcase Of Textbook Rock

Fake DIY Interview With Raife And Andrew On Touring

"We didn’t see what room we checked into because we turned up drunk, then I had to go down to reception with a towel wrapped round me, twice, to ask what room I was staying in. And knocking on some 50 year-old guy’s door and him telling me to fuck off."

An Occassionally Jaw-Dropping Display Of Chundering Oppression

University Term Paper Talks To JPL About Touring And Influences

"If you could work with/could have worked with any musicians who would it be?" ..."Blue, anything that comes out of Duncan's mouth sounds amazing" - Cahir

Branded Music Talk To Andrew And Cahir Of JPL

[Making] Music isn’t a competition. Music is an art. Music isn't about a social climb in order to gain status, it’s about trying to have fun and I think that is forgotten.

Andrew Talks To Crud Magazine About The 'Tour Of Extremities' Tour

We put our music out through STA records but essentially everything that happens is our own doing –that’s a nice feeling. We’re only as big as we want to be.

JPL's Andrew Talks to Rocksound Magazine About The 'Tour Of Extremities' Tour

"We genuinely feel that it's very unfair for people who live in these places like the Isle Of Wight and the Shetland Islands." - Andrew

JPL's Jamie And Andrew Talk To Suicidal Trash Magazine

Jamie and Andrew talk about how they formed, the new record and their views on everything form Pop Idol to the Iraq war...

'The Young Playthings Were Exactly What Was Needed' -Mike Shaw

Singing in the rain

JPL's Jamie Talks To Rock UK Magazine

"My best childhood memory is seeing Evil Kneivel jump and crash at Wembley." - Jamie

JPL's Andrew Talks To 'The Event'

"We're so emo, it hurts. I could just cry!" - Andrew

Brainfarm Review Jetplane Landing And Els Quatre Gats

Tonight we have been truly blessed

Jetplane Landing Live Review 06/10/02

One Of The Best Gigs I've Been To In A Long Time

Jetplane Landing Talk To Brain Farm

"I feel sorry for kids today having to listen to such fake, generic bullshit"

BBC Radio 1 Reviews 'Calculate The Risk'

"A monster riff that'll blow your syrup off!"

Logo Review 'Els Quatre Gats'

The spirit of '76 is still here; it was a good year wasn't it?

Rock Sound Reviews 'Els Quatre Gats' - 8/10

One hell of an impressive touch-down

Els Quatre Gats Review From Kerrang!

''A flurry of blistering, spiked riffs''- Kerrang!

Jetplane Landing's -'Els Quatre Gats' -''deserves chronic listening"- Do something Pretty

Their first faultless record

Review of Jetplane Landings 'Els Quatre Gats' By Playlouder

''an almost uniquely literate anger that refreshes unfailingly''- Playlouder

Jamie Burchell Talks To The Cult Of The Dead Donkey

Can you take me for a little ride on Bognor Beach?

Do It Yourself & Do It Now!

Jetplane Landing talk about new guitarist Cahir.

Jetplane Landings Debut Album 'Zero For Conduct' Review :-Losing It Today

The perfect power pop record for those baking hot days.

The War Against Science 388 Review 'Zero For Conduct'

'OK, so they're under the misapprehension that emo lyrics are supposed to mainly concerned themselves with redressing ancient ethical injustices, but I see no reason to tell them otherwise'