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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 8:49 pm 
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isn't it about time we did something? :eh?

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Lovely gig review! :D

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wow thanks so much,Daz......you made a grown man cry :roll: :oops: :cry: :wink:

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I've only just come across this thread/link. What an excellent magazine. So very professionally done.

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Hi Richard

Hope they were tears of happiness and not sadness :*:

As regards us doing something, hey that would be an absolute pleasure mate. If you want to contact me at daz@sheffieldmusicscene.info then that would be fantastic. I'm sure we can set something up and it would be a real coup for us.

Am just trying to sort something with your mucker Mr Woodcock at the mo aswell ! Looking forwards to his gig on Thurs.

To the Baroness and Robbo - thanks for your kind words, it's great to know our hard work is appreciated 8)

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Issue 13 of Sheffield Music Scene contains a massive cover feature with Dave Woodcock (interview, album and live review); plus live reviews of The Chapman Family with Jack and the Beanstalks supporting, Feelix, Jarvis Cocker, Bromheads, Anna Haigh + Neil McSweeney + Tom McCrae, Arctic Monkeys, Last Night's Mistake, Raw Talent Live 3 (including The Stoops, Dark Sparks, Sarah mac, Pistola Kicks, and La Folie), and Ruberlaris. We've also got reviews of releases from The Listeners, Party Horse, and Century Kids; demo reviews of Friends of Heroes, Jac and Cal, Spitfire Stone, The 48Ks, and The Hatrack Hangers (just click on the artists picture to listen whilst you read); and interviews with Century Kids, and The North.

Plus we've got the latest 90 Minute Melody 2 (Fantasty Football) scores, and several FREE downloads thoughout the magazine!


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christ thats a lot of me :shock: i doubt i'd get that much coverage if i popped me clogs. thanks guys

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Dave Woodcock's album is also reviewed in the December 2009 issue of Exposed magazine available in South Yorkshire. :D


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Issue 14 of Sheffield Music Scene contains the picks of the best music from Sheffield in 2009 that we're calling "SMS Awards 2009", cover interviews with Kalenko, and White Circus Fever; plus live reviews of WADstock '09, The Pogues, and Baby Shambles. We've also got reviews of releases from The Exhibition, Pocket Satellite, Smokers Die Younger, and XRAY HORSE; demo reviews of The Longshore, Platinum Blind, The Rabbits, and Real Gone Kid (just click on the artists picture to listen whilst you read); and an interviews Pocket Satellite.

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Here at Sheffield Music Scene we’ve managed to get our hands on two exclusive Topman T-shirts designed by New Young Pony Club as they take the helm of the Topman CTRL site http://www.myspace.com/topmanctrl in February.

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New Young Pony Club will also headline the next CTRL Live gig taking place at Bungalows & Bears, Sheffield on 25th February. Completing the bill are Mercury Music Prize nominated The Invisible, art-rockers The Laurel Collective and sets from DJ duos Run Hide Survive and Children For Breakfast. Curated by the Controllers New Young Pony Club, the night showcases their predictions for the hottest emerging acts on their radar.

For tickets check out http://www.myspace.com/topmanctrl

To get your hands on one of these limited edition T-shirts simply send an eMail with your name and address to sheffieldmusicscene@hotmail.co.uk
...with the title “Topman CTRL” and we’ll pick the winners at random in a few weeks.

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Issue 15 of Sheffield Music Scene contains a special cover feature on Playground Mafia to celebrate the launch of their debut single "Let's Get On Down", and the chance to win a T-shirt designed by New Young Pony Club courtesy of Topman CTRL; plus interview The Monicans, a feature on Scrim; live reviews of The Violet May, and The Unfortunate Incident; and a review of The Monicans "A Beacon"EP .

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Issue 16 of Sheffield Music Scene is a massive bumper issue with features on O2 Academy's infamous Indie night Propaganda; SXSW Festival; plus features on two bands that will be attending SXSW this year, Kava Kava, and Alvarez Kings which also includes an exclusive interview with the Kings as they release their debut Single!

Of course we've got our usual live review section including Wet Nuns & The Dead Delta, New Young Pony Club at Topman CTRL, Highwire (including interview), XRAYHORSE's SHowcase @ The Harley, Kalenko & Dark Sparks (at the latter's EP Launch), Riotbox & Nasmyth Row, The Automatic supported by Nena Kubu, Dead Delta & Old Whores of San Pedro, Joe Carnall & The Book Club (EP Launch) plus an massive interview with the lads. Interviews / features with Arkham Karvers, and Nimmo & The Gauntlets, and Ian Britt; demo reviews of The Bedford Incident, Violet, Riotbox, and The Usual Pleasures; and reviews of release from Dark Sparks, All The Damn Kids, Joe Carnall & The Book Club, The Ratells, Little Robots, Section 60, White Horizons, and The Old Whroes of San Pedro!

Plus we've got the latest 90 Minute Melody 2 (Fantasty Football) scores, several FREE downloads thoughout the magazine, and of course we announe the winners of last months Topman CTRL competition!

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Yet again we've managed to get our hands on a great prize for our readers... 2 tickets to see The Cheek at 02 Acedemy Sheffield on 11 May 2010.

To enter simply send an eMail with your full name to sheffieldmusicscene@hotmail.co.uk with the title "The Cheek" and you'll be entered in to our FREE Competition.

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Issue 17 of Sheffield Music Scene is our biggest issue yet with our main cover interview with Sheffield's hottest new band Mabel Love; plus lodas more interviews with critically acclaimed White Belt Yellow Tag, Britains favourite sweetheart Ellie Goulding, Best International Newcomer (2007 Kerrang! Awards) Madina Lake, Rotherhams very own The Magi, Midlands rock band The Maffa Kings, electro-duo Party Horse, one of Sheffield's finest songwriters Jubby Tayloer, and the irrepressible Bromheads!

Of course we've got our usual live reviews mixed in with all that including Ian Britt + Spits n Sticks, Soundclash (inc The Culprits, Chatfield, Searching for Evidence, Century Kids, The Ratells, The Tivoli), The Renegades (fka Feeder), Joe Carnall & The Book Club, The Courteeners, Ruberlaris, Shakespears Sister, The Hosts + Jubby Taylor, and Bromheads. Reviews of the latest releases from Standard Fare, Two Skies, Risky Heroes, and The Exhibition; demo reviews of Jubby Taylor, Cruel Acrobat, Driftrun, Vex One, Embassy, Piskie Sits, The Hope Explosion.

Plus we've got the final results of 90 Minute Melody 2 (Fantasty Football), more FREE downloads thoughout the magazine, and of course we announce the winners of last months competition to win tickets to The Cheek!

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Issue 18 of Sheffield Music Scene contains no less than THREE cover features, reviews and interviews with both Starlings and Driftrun plus a massive piece on Secrets of the Boudoir Burlesque. Of course we've got a number of other interviews and live reviews from Darke Horse, Tenny Ten, The Abstracts, Alvarez Kings, The Magi, Mabel Love, Love Music Hate Racism, Dave Woodcock, Teenage Fanclub, La Roux, Local Band Night @ The Boardwalk (Embassy + 10Take + Plug Factory + Broken Weekends), Leftfield, Party Horse, and The Cheek.

Reviews of the latest releases from The 48K's, and Optimists; plus demo reviews of The Longshore, Nerves, Harringtons, Naked Potato, Ashley Holland, The Search Party.

Plus we've got loadz of FREE downloads thoughout the magazine!

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