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Chordblossom Reviews Smalltown Bands Live In Belfast

"..it was clear we had all been captivated by what I had seen from all bands."

'Call Upon The Author' Reviews JPL In London

"The energy in the crowd is matched on stage, with guitarists Andrew Ferris and Cahir O’Doherty pulling their best rock shapes to go with their trademark melodic wall of noise."

Die! Die! Die!'s "Twitching Sunshine" Is Track Of The Week

"Hailing from Dunedin, New Zealanders Die! Die! Die! have been tearing the ass out of the art punk sonic explosion – building a glowing reputation for their raw, white-knuckled attitude and breathtaking live shows."

Petpiranha Reviews Die! Die! Die! Live In Glasgow

"Die! Die! Die! haven’t gone soft. They’ve never sounded more creative, joyful or energetic."

The Irish News Is Impressed By Little Bear At Other Voices

Surely it was fate, for 'Little Bear' put on the performance of the entire weekend, banding technology and their own brand rock together seamlessly.

Little Bear Steps Up To Plate at Other Voices

'Little Bear' - purveyors of emotionally literate rock

Outlineonline.co.uk Gives 9/10 For A Live And Loud Neg Peg

Compelling, enthralling, bloody loud, I want more.

Die! Die! Die! Is Reviewed Live By Echoes And Dust

They played with a lot of energy, and great catchy guitar hooks, snarling vocals and most importantly an amazingly steady rhythm section.

And So She Thinks Thinks A Live Die! Die! Die! Are Ferocious

'Die! Die! Die!' have got presence and power, and a huge dash of punk spirit.

University Of Sussex's Students Union Can't Wait To See Die! Die! Die! Live

'Die! Die Die!’s' unfiltered and powerful stage show has earned them a reputation as one of the most energetic and hardest-working bands around.

The Argus Reviews Die! Die! Die! Live

"This short, sharp half-hour set embodied most of these New Zealanders’ characteristic energy and frenetic stage presence."

Live Review Of Die! Die! Die! By Brighton Noise Gig Guide

I said previously in my preview that “a concoction of punk, noise pop, grunge, rock and indie all thrown in, with a dose of ranting vocals” was expected from headline band ‘Die! Die! Die!’ and they didn’t disappoint

Events In Newcastle Live Review of Die! Die! Die!

New Zealand band Die! Die! Die! have been wowing crowds the world over with explosive, sweat-drenched punk shows of the highest calibre.

Muso's Guide Reviews A Live Die! Die! Die!

Die!Die!Die! hit town to promote new album 'Harmony' & bring it home to me that now’s maybe the time to invest in some earplugs for gigs. This was a damn loud show.

Axis Of Album Launch Reviewed by Chordblossom

"But one thing is certain, 2013 is going to be their year."

The Student Newspaper Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"With a new album just released, it is clear that this is a band many tonight will be placing on their ones to watch list."

Punktastic Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"...their energy and charm even inspires a prompted but effusive singalong moment with the steadily gathering crowd."

Get Ready To Rock Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"The three guys, Niall, Ewan and Ethan, really let rip on stage and created a glorious, melodic, hardcore racket which went down well..."

Bearded Magazine Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"...a first rate performance, with their infectious, melodic, emo-tinged punk..."

Hit The Floor Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"...Axis Of, the best kept secret in Northern Ireland."

Ramblings About Live Review: The Bronx, Single Mothers & Axis Of

What was clear though is the great energy that came off these guys...

Already Heard Review Axis Of On Tour With The Bronx

Axis Of are thick sounding and very engaging to watch

The Ark Live Review: The Bronx, Single Mothers & Axis Of

Mixing off-kilter rhythms with bone-crushing riffs, they make some noise for a three-piece.

Kerrang Give Bronx, Single Mothers And Axis Of Show KKKK

"The tour is a good fit for their breakneck punk..."

Our Krypton Son Is A Superman

"If we keep harping on about Our Kryton Son....It's for good reason." - The Mirror

AU Magazine Review Sullivan And Gold At Forfey Festival

'Sullivan and Gold[s] songwriting quality blows everyone away on what is essentially their first gig.'

AU Magazine Review of Glasgowbury 2012

'[LaFaro] unleash a troika of songs that few local bands have it in their arsenal to match. ‘The Ballad of Burnt Dave’, ‘Sucking Diesel’ and ‘Tupenny Nudger’ are delivered with the band’s typical acerbic abandon ensuring that a set which had threatened to veer of course remains a triumph.'

Rocksound Live Review: Axis Of

"Axis Of sound like Future Of The Left brought up on hardcore punk, and it's an incredibly exhilarating sight to behold"

ASIWYFA You Really Rock Hard But You Have No Singer

Interview and live video from Eurosonic 2010

And So I Watch You From Afar Tower Instore Photos

And So I Watch You From Afar World Domination Plans

UK, USA, Canada, Europe and Ireland

ASIWYFA At Eurosonic

A dynamic, explosive and thrilling set.

ASIWYFA Xmas Bash

"A giant screen broadcasts images ranging from a scratchy Blair Witch style version of their logo, and The Machine has a slightly disturbing Santa."

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

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

And So I Watch You From Afar Take Control Of The Entire Room

4 Or 5 Magicians Live

"Moving from being "hotly tipped" to the bedroom speakers of every slacker in the country."

And So I Watch You From Afar: Awful Name, Brilliant Music.

Oxegen 09 - And So I Watch You From Afar

"Over the next 30 minutes, we are taken on an emotional journey, elation flowing through our veins."

ALT's Praise At IMRO Stage For ASIWYFA

One of the most unforgettable moments in the rise of an incredible band.

Rock Sound Magazine Review Calories Live In London

'Bags of Brummie wit, a tight live performance and a super debut album to boot' - 8/10

ASIWYFA At The Cardiff Barfly

We’re pleased to report that the future is bright, and very, very loud.

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

BBC Across The Line's Rigsy Review's ASIWYFA's Album Launch

'They live for what they do and such raw enthusiasm is totally infectious and inspiring' - Rigsy

AU Magazine ASIWYFA's Album Launch

'If you were at the gig, there's no doubt it has made your top 5 gigs ever. And if you have your album already, I bet its on repeat'

Alternative Vision Review ASIWYFA Live

'Their catchy, intricate guitar work lifts you to a point of heightened awareness' - 5/5

Music News Live Review Of Fighting With Wire

'If 2009 doesn’t yield immense success for this band, there’s really no justice – or point actually' - 5/5

The Line Of Best Fit Live Review Of FWW

'Tunes and passion in abundance'

Die Shellsuit Die Live Review Of FWW

'When looking at front man, Cahir; it’s hard to believe that such a delightful roar could come from a guy who looks charming enough to take home to meet your grandma without fear of frightening her to death' - 8/10

Daily Music Guide Live Review Of FWW

'Unpretentious, animated and even more enjoyable live than on record' - 3.5/ 5

Rock Sound Magazine Review Calories Live In Southampton

'Unflappable and unflustered by techincal issues, they fill out the potentially awkward interludes with some good banter, largely centered on Tom talking utter shit into his microphone' - 7/10