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Derry Journal Our Krypton Son Feature

"It’d be brilliant if we were successful enough so I could pack in the unfulfilling day job at some point and just be a self employed songwriter! This time next year, Rodders...” - Chris

DaMusic.be Feature On LaFaro At Eurosonic 2012

'The Pixies at their most dangerous, Big Black with pepper up their asses...'

LaFaro Is Rock Sound Magazine's 'Band Of The Month'

"I made a pact with myself eight years ago never to write a fucking love song." - Jonny

LaFaro On Rock Sound Magazine's CD This Month

'Cold Dog Soup' from LaFaro's self-titled debut album is in May's edition of Rock Sound Magazine.

ASIWYFA's Tony Wright Describes How Their Album Launch Was For Them

"There was a unique sense of unparralled support, the stuff you dream of when you're a kid" - Tony

ASIWYFA On Cover Of AU Magazine

'The Machine Rumbles On' Feature

ASIWYFA' Tony Wright Talks To State About Their Debut Album

"Chris would probably be one of the Dragons on Dragons' Den. The other three of us would be dead" - Tony

Ballymen Times On ASIWYFA Album Launch

'ASIWYFA came to attention early last year, flying the flag for the Northern Irish music scene and setting the standard for the 'Do It Yourself'(and for others) ethos'

NI Chart Feature On ASIWYFA's Upcoming Album Launch

'The biggest gig of the year so far'

NIMIC Feature On ASIWYFA's Upcoming Album Launch

'NI's hottest and hardest working band'

Lurgan Chronicle Review ASIWYFA's Debut Album

'A groove-driven juggernaut,.. every listen heralds a new hook' - 8/10

Irish Times Feature On ASIWYFA: Instruments Of Change

'Just when we were about ready to write off post-rock and instrumental rock as the refuges of those who can’t string two words together, along come And So I Watch You From Afar'

AISYFA In Rock Midget's 'Best Of The New Breed 2009'

'A dreamy concoction of tranquil atmospherics and heavy as f**k guitars'

NME On And So I Watch You From Afar

'Music that could easily soundtrack buildings tumbling, worlds colliding and large, green aliens landing from space. Plus, any band who can get run over by a car an play a gig later that night has our vote for life.'

KISS FM On FWW

'Punchy, spirited, no holds barred alt-rock.'

Drop - D Magazine Feature On FWW

'What Rock 'n' Roll is really all about'

State Magazine & Panama Kinggs On FWW's Success

'It's been a long time since Ireland produced a top flight rock band, but the wait is finally over.'

FWW Feature In The Big List

The Big List talk about the success of 'Man Vs. Monster' and Fighting With Wire's upcoming show with LaFaro.

Entertainment.ie Interview FWW's Cahir

"Record deals don't matter, good music matters" - Cahir

Calories in Rock Sound Magazine's 'Ones To Watch 2009'

'We can't get enough of them!'

ASIWYFA In Rock Sound Magazine's 'Ones To Watch 2009'

'The album is now set to drop in March. We've heard it and it's awesome, so there.'

Artrocker Magazine On Calories

Artrocker talks about Calories upcoming show at This Ain't No Picnic

Cahir's Top 5 Mavericks In Kerrang!

"It's a place filled with beautiful women, but as soon as they open their mouths, it's game over."

Kerrang! Interview FWW's Cahir

"We're not interested in being famous for five minutes and fucking someone from Hollyoaks" - Cahir

Drowned In Sound On Calories

Truly stirring indierock that's got plenty in common with the straighter-faced bands on Dischord's roster

AU On ASIWYFA's 'Tonight The City Burns' Project

"It's about solidarity, about pushing not only ourselves but Northern Ireland as a whole." - Rory Friers

GayDar Radio Feature On Alan MX's Maida Vale Session

'Huw Stephens and his radio 1 crew seem impressed too, nodding in approval and repeating in disbelief, “This is only his 5th gig?!”

Kerrang! On Fighting With Wire's BBC Radio 1 Session

'Like Foo Fighters and Dinosaur Jr losing a fight to Million Dead.'

BBC Across The Line Feature On FWW

'Surprise is something that Fighting With Wire and their listeners will just have to get used to.'

Angry Ape Review 'Man Vs. Monster'

'Fighting With Wire have finally officially arrived'

Irish News Talks To FWW's Cahir About Signing To Atlantic Records

'Man Vs Monster is the best honest-to-goodness alternative rock record to come out of Northern Ireland since Therapy's 'Troublegum''

GayDar Radio On Alan MX

'Electro's Gay Young Guns'

Norman Records On 'Public Service Broadcast #9'

'Seriously, the only person who wins here is the punter getting that much tunage for less than a fiver. It defies economics'

Fun, Fun, Fun 'Albums Of 2007' - Number 4: 'Backlash Cop'

'This is an album of experimentation and vision and its sits perfectly in the fierce, intelligent, 35 minute journey'

AU Albums of 2007: Number 2

'Total freedom. That's the dominant sound of 'Backlash Cop', whether it was the fingers aflame guitar playing, the funky beats and bass jives or the anything goes lyrical playfulness.'

Sweeping The Nation 'Albums Of 2007' - Number 9: 'Backlash Cop'

"No-one can stop us when we make our own records... fuck them, be radical/I'll get my tit out like Janet if she's not available" - "Backlash Cop", JPL

FWW Number 4 in AU's 'Top 10 Most Wanted 2007'

'To lose one bass player is careless, but five . . . Jamie King is the last in a long line of four-stringers.'

Oppenheimer Top AU's 'Top 10 Most Wanted 2007'

'Whether you have a penchant for punk, dance or indie-rock it is nigh on impossible not to succumb to the intoxicating pop-tronica of Oppenheimer'

AU Magazine's 'Top 10 Most Wanted 2007'

'Clone Quartet are an electro-rock dreadnought, stabbing synth, slash and burn guitars and apocalyptic rhythms underpinning a maniacal vocal, their bad-ass sonics guaranteed to pulverise the senses.'

ASIWYFA In AU's 'Must-See' Acts

The Hot 40 - Ireland's Must-See Acts (No.23) - 'a maelstrom of ruthless grooves, all knuckleduster percussion and brain spattering guitars'

The Northern Scot Feature Fickle Public

"This album has been a long time coming, but we are very happy with how the CD turned out, and are looking forward to going back into the studio in the summer." - Al

Andrew's Backlash Spiel #4

"Art nourishes the soul, not your mailing list demographic" - Andrew

The Sunday Post Feature Fickle Public

“Everyone expects us to come out with some great reason for calling it that, but to be honest it’s just a quote from The Simpsons” - Al