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You may not have heard of Tempertwig, but you may have heard, and maybe even loved the bands that Tempertwig regenerated into: Nosferatu D2 and The Superman Revenge Squad Band. Tempertwig were together from 1999 to 2004 and featured brothers Ben (Vocals/Guitar), Adam Parker (Drums) along with Daniel Debono on bass, they only ever played a few gigs and then disappeared without a fanfare.

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Frog, a two piece band from NYC comprising Danny Bateman (Vocals/Guitar) and Tom White (Drums/Bass), are about to release a new mini-LP called Whatever We Probably Already Had It. The last we heard of them was the release of their excellent tour film Kings of Blah (directed by Alex Coppola) which documented their 2016 tour of the UK in support of their acclaimed full length debut Kind of Blah.

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After a couple of albums of instrumental experimentation, Benjamin Shaw has returned to us with a brand new record called Megadead. It's a satisfying mix of DIY folk and electronica and sees Shaw return to the Audio Antihero label that put out his early albums and EPs (this is actually a joint release with Kirigirisu Recordings, who released Shaw's equally excellent Guppy). To celebrate the release we asked Shaw to tell us about some of his memorable live music experiences for Gigography #3.

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Leeds musician break_fold is set to return with his second solo album, a follow up to last years superb 07_07_15 - 13_04_16. This new collection follows the same pattern and is titled 27_05_17 - 21_01_18, and again, every track within is named after the date it was started. If it ain't broke, don't fix it! Anyway, in preparation for the release, we asked break_fold (aka Tim Hann) to tell us about some of the most memorable gigs he's attended or played over the years for Gigography #2.

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In case you missed it, Cloud (or Tyler Taormina) is back with a brand new LP called Plays With Fire. It's a partial return to the more dejected and understated mode that graced his debut Comfort Songs, but also finds Taormina branching out into more adventurous avenues. It's also a return to the Audio Antihero label which released that fine debut back in 2013. It's safe to say that Cloud is a firm favourite of this particular website, so who better to kick off this brand new feature?