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LaFaro Album Launch - KKKK

State.ie - 'LaFaro' - Album Review

"They have established themselves as a highly sought-after live act on the UK & Ireland circuit, having listened to the album it’s not hard to imagine why."

405.com - 'LaFaro' - Album Review

'As dirty and grimy as even the most perverse fantasies of Danny Boyle, the debut album from the Belfast quartet is fiercely unrelenting.'

RockMidgets.com On LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut Album

'Reuben playing Mclusky songs'

LaFaro In Cargo Collective May 2010

Photos From The LaFaro Album Launch Featuring JPL

The Fly Review LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut Album

'It's a gripping, infectious, frenetic, pummelling, riff-tastic masterpiece in rock that makes you remember how good real, honest, hard rock music can be. God Bless LaFaro. Album of the year, bar none.'

Kerrang! Review LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut

'Summoning the spirit of Seattle circa 1990, this debut album from Northern Irish quartet LaFaro is a thing of rampant power and joy.'

LaFaro's Forthcoming UK Tour In Rock Sound Magazine

Rock Sound details LaFaro's upcoming tour.

Rock Sound Magazine Review LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut Album

'A ferocious, frenetic spirit few bands could rival, and the lyrics are ace throughout.' - 8/10

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.

Big Cheese Magazine Feature LaFaro

'Rock 'n' Roll rarely sounds this sexy, fun and heartfelt.'

Rock Sound's New Band Of The Month - LaFaro

Drop-D Magazine - 'LaFaro' - Album Review

The Irish News Review LaFaro's Self-Titled Debut

'A short sharp shock of heavy, abrasive grunge rock carved from big dumb riffs, savage caveman drumming and the rantings of an evil old pervert.'

Rock Sound Magazine Live Review of Let Our Enemies Beware And LaFaro

'Their crazed performance tonight ranks them supreme.'

Watch LaFaro's ATL Session

LaFaro Do Studio 8 Session For BBC ATL

All the LaFaro classics as you've never heard them before...

LaFaro/Helsinki Seven Daily Tour Show Episodes 1-5

LaFaro On The Road In The New Alternative Ulster

LaFaro Vision

ASIWYFA's Tony On The Band's Debut Ulster Hall Show

"Wright is unlikely to be reaching for the Kleenex anytime soon."

Club Smalltown America : Winnebago Deal, Lafaro

Public Service Blogcast Episode 50

Public Service Blogcast Episode 46

Future Of The Left To Headline This Ain't No Picnic - Derry Version

LaFaro And Calories For Derry!

Where's Alan LaFaro?

The Vinny Club in training...

LaFaro - Live @ SERC-MAPA

Public Service Blogcast Episode 21

Soundshock Live Review Of FWW & LaFaro

'Fighting With Wire is a band that knows how to impress a crowd in every way.'

BBC Across The Line Live Review Of FWW

'Cahir is already our own little rock god in waiting'

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.

Top 50 Northern Irish Songs Of AU's Lifetime

Jetplane Landing, And So I Watch You From Afar, Fighting With Wire, Oppenheimer and LaFaro all make up AU's Top 50 with the latter's "Tuppenny Nudger" topping the poll.

A Little Solidarity...

Friends of ASIWYFA show their love and support in Belfast over 3 days

Public Service Blogcast Episode 5

AU Magazine Review ASIWYFA's 'Tonight The City Burns' Project

'They play with the kind of energy which makes them look like they may lift off stage and career through the air at any moment'

RockMidgets.com On LaFaro's Self Titled Debut EP

'Lead track 'Tuppeny Nudger' [sounds like something you get in the bargain bin at Ann Summers] chugs along fantastically, simple but as infectious as a virus - a good one worth taking a day off work for.' - 4/5

Public Service Broadcast #6 -AU Review

Just buy it. It's that simple.

Public Service Broadcast #6 - Review From Drowned In Sound

So, should you buy their latest release? Of course you should! Allow us to convince you...