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"Hearts And Nails EP Review"

In The City - Best of the Rest
From this year's Event

Written by: James Masters

Date Posted: Tue, 18/12/2007

Six10repeater – Heart & Nails EP (Roughboy Records)

Grungey, American sounding indie with strong vocals at the helm, Six10repeater’s EP stays thankfully just about the right side of heavy rock for this reviewer. Kind of like a harder edged Transvision Vamp, driving, surgent guitars on “Today Somehow” tie up to a “kicks like a mule” melody. Second track “Farewell To The Fall” is a more dreamy, Fall Out Boy type MTV rock staple where a great video could make all the difference while the dark, rich tapestry woven by final tune “Hearts & Nails” shows what a well produced demo this is. Ideal for an afternoon slot in a rockier festival running order a la Reading, it’d be interesting to see how this lot would go down.
- Clash Magazine


Tradiola EP
Hearts And Nails EP



six10repeater were born in manchester mid 2007.
Hailing from various parts of the north of england (carslile, blackpool, preston) the trio met through a love of the same music, all drawing influence from bands such as the foo fighters,jeff buckley, muse and nirvana.
The trio soon found themselves with an abundence of material and set there first demo "Tradiola" at oxygene studios in salford with the help from christophe, who had produced demos for bands like hard fi and clint boon.
The "Tradiola" ep was quickly followed with a second ep "Hearts And Nails" which turned heads on the manchester scene and gained the band venues such as manchester academy 3 (with support from s.a promotions) and a t.v. appearance on manchesters one and only channel m, and also to the highly coveted "In The City" festival 2007 to which they gained alot of fans and good press reports from numerous magazines...
Not bad for less than a years work!!!!!
six10repeater seem to leave a imprint on audiences and venues wherever they play....

Currently recording a third ep (due for release in mid 2008) six10repeater are a must see live act, stunning audiences wherever they play.