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Written by Louise Steggals Friday, 27 March 2009 00:00
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If song titles like Scars and Abuse make you think you're about to be blasted with a bunch of emo-lite gibberish, you'll be in for quite a surprise.

Written by Catherine Amos Wednesday, 25 March 2009 00:00
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Some describe Lovvers as being "Low-fi, scuzzy blues" and "jagged post-punk", the noise this band created was not expected. This band were immediately distant, starting their performance with their backs facing the crowd. This lack of cohesion existed throughout their performance.

Written by Grace Cullen Wednesday, 25 March 2009 00:00
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With a whole lot of attitude and even more sex appeal, Imelda May bursts onto stage looking like a modern day Betty Boop. She launches into Feel Me with vocals so clear and rasping the audience takes a minute to react.

Written by Kristi Genovese Friday, 13 March 2009 14:47
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Swimming show they can float in any pool they’re thrown in. The sound is tight yet all over the place. It’s calm yet frantic. And just when the sound gets sombre and deep it quickly morphs into an energetic high. With probing drumbeats, trembling basslines and an impressive vocal range this band disarmingly draw you in.

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