Review: Idlewar – 'Impulse'

that band (Led Zep). The groove and melody just have my foot tapping in so many involuntary ways. The raw production comes through again in a very positive way that keeps things live and real. I guess by now you can tell that I have royally enjoyed this album. Those infectious grooves and the nod to every band I have ever loved, combined with the stripped back production that leaves it all up to the musicians, and, by God they deliver in full. For a debut album, this is superb. Well worth every penny of anyones pocket money. Dare I say,  a classic in the making! I really hope I get the chance to fly home over the winter and catch them on tour. Review: Simon Larkin Idlewar UK Tour With Stone Broken: 24th Nov – NORWICH – Brickmakers Arms 25th Nov – SHEFFIELD – The Corporation 26th Nov – LONDON – The Black Heart 28th Bov – BRIGHTON – The Hope And Ruin 29th Nov – NEWCASTLE – The Cluny 30th Nov – EDINBURGH – Bannermans 1st Dec – MANCHESTER – Rebellion 3rd Dec – PLANET ROCKSTOCK (SOLD OUT) – Idlewar only]]>

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