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Album Review
A Warm Gun

A Warm Gun
by The Nothing

Rhythm Method

Review Date
21st June 08
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The indie initiative is alive and well with leading DIYer Chris Knox delivering his follow up to the 2006 album Chris Knox and the Nothing.

The band, now called Nothing, makes good use of Stefan Neville and Jol Mulholland. An album that will please any Chris Knox fan and will ultimately bring in a swarm of new fans.

There’s a soft beauty to this album, made up from a group of musicians doing what they love and doing it their way. Chris is his usual charismatic self but the feel that his band walks along is not to be ignored.

Out now through Rhythm Method

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