Category: Music

Review: Echo Machine – “Instant Transmissions”

Firstly, yes I do know this album came out like a year ago but I only actually find out about it on Friday when I was sent the video for the band’s cover of Peremen. Hailing from Dundee, Echo Machine are a blast of 80’s inspired synth-pop with a modern twist, up to date production …

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Review: Mason Hill – “Against the Wall”

My appreciation for Mason Hill goes back to around 2015 when I saw the band play Wildfire Festival. So, needless to say, I’ve been waiting on this album for a while now. So long in fact, by the time it was released I had forgotten about it. To be completely honest, it wasn’t until someone …

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Review: Estrella – “We Will Go On”

After three years of waiting, the long awaited follow up to Estrella’s stunning debut album is finally upon us. Since the release of Come Out and Play way back in 2012, the boys from Thurso have played the UK from top to bottom alongside some of the biggest name’s in rock and they have amassed …

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Lulu – “Making Life Rhyme” Review

I can’t remember a single point in my life when I didn’t know who Lulu was. Since the 1960’s, she has become such an integral part of pop culture that you’d be hard pushed to find anyone that doesn’t know Lulu’s music in some form or another. However despite her longevity, Lulu has never quite managed to escape the …

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Review: The Amorettes – “Game On”

2015 is set to be the biggest year yet for The Amorettes. Not only are they currently on tour with Europe and Black Star Riders, but their summer festival calendar is also beginning to fill up with appearances at British Steel Fest, Camden Rocks and Wildfire Festival already confirmed. On top of that, The Amorettes are set to release their second …

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Review: Gun – “Frantic”

Glasgow rock legends Gun are back with their new album Frantic. Set to for release on 23rd March, Frantic combines the very best of what Gun have to offer, puts it in a blender and takes the band in a new, exciting and fresh direction. For me personally, 2012’s Break the Silence was a fantastic album and one of my favourites of …

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Interview: Katie Melua

An Interview with Katie Melua Original Interview from RockFusion Online Archives At RockFusion Online we’re all about the music and bringing you closer to the people that make it, we don’t believe in genres. So bearing that in mind I gave Katie a call last week for a quick interview ahead of her UK tour. …

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