Posts Tagged I Like Trains

The Advent Calendar of Tunes – Door No. 18

Behind today’s door are I Like Trains with their wonderful cover of Wham’s “Last Christmas”, yes you read that right! [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATzwxfeouo0] Advertisements

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The IPTOS Fifty Favourite Albums of 2012 – Part 3, The Top Ten

So here we are, the culmination of the list, the ten albums that have kept me coming back for further listens, appreciation of them growing every time. 2012 was, yet again, another fantastic year for music of all kinds and genres and I just hope that you end up loving some of them as much […]

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20 Best of 2012 – So Far

I’ve decided instead of doing the usual June highlight post this month (that I should have done last week!), that as we’re halfway through the year of twennytwelve I’d do a post detailing twenty of my favourite albums released so far this year. Looking at the list of albums I’ve listened to this year (got […]

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April Highlights

Another month nearly gone, and another month crammed with some rather fantastic music! I am going to start off with a couple of records I need to say thank you to Jericho at Symbiotic Reviews for highlighting; Disappears and Doc Waffles. Two very different acts, both unknown to me at the time of discovery, but […]

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March Highlights

March has been a pretty rotten month for me personally but fortunately the clutch of releases that I have heard these past few weeks have really helped lift me up as there have been some beauties, again! As always Spotify links in the album title. Hawk Eyes – Ideas (Fierce Panda) First up is an album […]

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The Mostly Armless Top 50 Albums of 2010 Part Two (30 – 11)

30. LaFaro – LaFaro I saw these guys supporting And So I Watch You From Afar at Fibbers in York earlier in the year and they really tore the place up! Hailing from Belfast, they have similarities to The Jesus Lizard with their chugging riffs and mangled vocals. On the track “The Ballad of Burnt […]

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I Like Trains – He Who Saw The Deep

In these days of doom and gloom regarding the whole music industry, Leeds band I Like Trains (or iLiKETRAiNS as they used to present themselves) show a glimmer of hope for the fans of the physical music release, something you can get your hands on instead of the ephemeral/transient feelings of downloaded mp3s, legal or […]

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