With vocals and lyrics ripped straight out of the Kurt Cobain songbook, Allusondrugs’ vibrant “I’m Your Man” proves that they stand at the top of the pile of post grunge bands competing for the Nirvana slot when grunge finally comes back around.  Of course, nothing ever sounds quite like it used to when it comes back, and there’s something of a 2013 guitar vibe happening here, but from the other songs we’ve heard from the band’s EP we’d also have to mention what would seem to be the band’s hidden fondness for psychedelic rock and heavy metal, which is buried under their EP’s  layers of (mostly) recorded live sound, even if you have to peel back the banana peel to taste it.  One should also mention that the West Yorkshire-born band’s music goes down as smoothly as a Cadbury Dairy Milk bar.  Sweet, slightly bitter, and impossible to resist.




5th July = The Wardrobe, Leeds (Futuresound Competition)

11th July = Exchange Arts Centre, Keighley

12th July = The Works Skatepark, Leeds

17th July = Proud Galleries, Camden

20th July = The Rocking Chair, Sheffield

25th July = Tramlines Festival, Sheffield (Millenium Galleries)

26th July = Lounge 41, Workington

27th July = Clarence Festival, Wakefield



1st August = The Puzzle Hall, Sowerby Bridge

2nd August = Temple of Boom, Leeds

7th August = Bar Bloc, Glasgow

14th August = Wharf Chambers, Leeds


11th September = The 13th Note, Glasgow

12th September = Downstairs, Aberdeen

13th September = Pickett, Liverpool

14th September = Think Tank, Newcastle

15th September = Static Bar, Swansea

16th September = Red Rooms, Nottingham

17th September = The Garage (upstairs), London

18th September = Sticky Mikes, Brighton

19th September = The Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes

20th September = Huddlefest, Huddersfield

21st September = Boiler Room, Guildford

22nd September = Joiners, Southampton

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