Song: Lost Dawn – ‘Song For Robert’

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  I only heard Lost Dawn for the first time the other day, but I’m pretty sure that they are already the coolest band in England. The duo, who hail from Cornwall, have put together an absolutely brilliant video for their track ‘Song for Robert’ which sounds something like how I’d imagine Marc Bolan being backed by The Black Keys would sound. The video, (which features naked men pouring wine over each other in the bath) is the perfect complement to Lost Dawn‘s brand of cheerful, bluesy rock n roll. Unless this a total fluke, the prospect of more is something that I’m very, very excited about.

Words: Andrew Postlethwaite

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Wax Music UK

Falmouth’s reputation as being the cultural hub for Cornwall’s restless, expressive and idea-filled youth has always been founded upon its ever chaotic and turbulent music scene. The movie memorabilia decked walls of the Black Dog Hairdressers and the hazy, dense atmosphere of the Grapes Inn pub, along with the host of secret house party gigs that are constantly held by the indigenous Uni students, have all been the regular stomping grounds for many of the key players in the Falmouth scene.

Tonight, though, the grimy bar come student club, Mango’s, normally accustomed to playing your weekly dubstep night and the best place for your 3-for-1 shots offer to be found, is the chosen stage for this evenings carnage, courtesy of a concrete solid line up consisting of Grunge new comers Cereal, Surf-Rock merchants The Red Cords and finally, headliners and Garage Slacker-Rockers, The Black Tambourines.

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Wax Music UK

Falmouth garage-punk trio The Red Cordshot off the heels of their EP release on PNKSLM, have dropped a messy video for their single ‘Punk Eye‘.

The video, released on the 13th January, perfectly accompanies the rip raw nature of the track, with Red Cords drummer Matthew Cleave getting pelted in all manner of items as he plays along to the track.

The track doesn’t hang about, 3 minutes of thrashing garage lines and volatile vocals lead into a complete loss of control as solos demolish your ears, before pulling you back in for one last tear through the party-inducing chorus.

You can catch The Red Cords live, at the Exeter Phoenix on February 12th.



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