New Year Ninety 2017 – 10 to 2

Winding towards the number one spot on the Readers’ Selection on the New Year Ninety Chart – 10 to 2.

The more perspicacious readers will have noticed you didn’t get the opportunity to vote on anything – and that is quite correct – as with the Readers’ Selection for Band of the Month – the chart is made up from a number of stats from on-site and off-site activity – fed in to an algorithm and the results are calculated on those factors – not a –  ‘voting system’.

The Aprons - New Year Ninety 2017

The Aprons

10. Tiger Love (England)

9. Bopek (Philippines)

8. The Aprons (Israel)

7. Still Eighteen (Dominican Republic)

6. Eat Fast (England)

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5. Manic Pixi (USA)

Iron Heart – Manic Pixi is available on iTunes.*

4. White Light (England)

3. Something To Do (USA)

Not Making a Sound – Something To Do is available on iTunes.*

2. Two Feet (USA)

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Tragic Earth – Voices – Video

The Australian rock band Tragic Earth feature regularly on the site.

Tragic Earth - Hatred & Tolerance - artwork

Tragic Earth – Hatred & Tolerance – artwork

From the LP Hatred & Tolerance the fifth of the thirteen tracks – Voices reflects on external pressures leading to substance abuse as well as  mental health problems, with a sense of optimism that people can change and society can become more tolerant.

Hatred and Tolerance – Tragic Earth is available on iTunes.*

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Black Nevada – Voices – Video

It has been a couple of years since the English alt-rock band Black Nevada last featured.

Black Nevada - Voices

Black Nevada

A change in line-up has seen the quartet become a quintet with Joe Metcalfe (Rhythm Guitar), Jonny Moor (Bass) and Sarah Davies (Drums) joining the line-up replacing Anthony Fish (Bass / Backing Vocals) and Cameron Dunn (Drums).

A live performance of a new song – Voices.

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