Records On - Bromide - (CDr, Album)

Download Records On - Bromide - (CDr, Album)
Label: Scratchy Records - SR18873 • Format: CDr Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Acoustic


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  1. Dot

    Listen to No Space Anymore Even Inbetween Words on Spotify. Bromide · Album · · 11 songs.
  2. Arakazahn

    No Space Anymore Even Inbetween Words, an album by Bromide on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Zolosho

    Bromide swaps the Les Paul for the acoustic on follow up home produced album ‘Delicate and accomplished indie romanticism’ Time Out ‘Sounds particularly like something Neil Young and Turin Breaks might have collaborated on in the unlikely event they had met at school’ Q Magazine ‘Songs that celebrate space and the ti.
  4. Sam

    Sep 08,  · reviews for new album 'I Woke Up' - 'Bromide haven't just woken up, they're alert and more keenly ambitious than ever' **** Record Collector 'Stunning.. if no one discovers this album now it will be claimed as one of the great lost albums of the era' 8/10 Louder than War.
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    Explore releases from the Scratchy Records label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Scratchy Records releases.
  7. Taugis

    In London-based Bromide got their electric shoes back on with new bass player Hugo Wilkinson joining long-term collaborators, singer-guitarist Simon Berridge and drummer Ed Lush. The resulting album ‘I Remember’ was described by Vive Le Rock as mixing “the best bits of The Lemonheads and Dinosaur Jr replete with melancholic melodies and J Mascis-ish guitar lines" and won news fans.

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