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"Blind Single review"

Could this be a new era for rock and roll? I think Ireland has the answer to it and its coming to a venue near you..... they are The Brothers Movement, a six piece band with indie rock streaming from their songs.. "Blind" has got a real anthem feel to it, with the slow moving vocals that creep over the song just enough to give off the pure indie/rock sound of Blind,' excellent number.... This is only one of the three tracks that came on this EP stunner from TBM. "Leave your body behind" is a live track on the EP recorded at the Button factory in Dublin just to give you a taste of TBM, no doubt 2009 we will be hearing a lot more from them.
Review by T.Halpin

RANK:***** 5 out of 6 -

"Tipped for 2009"

Dublins the brothers movement have finished a record that sounds like what the new verve record should've sounded like. beyond just the verve references you get the best of early Oasis, and touches of Jesus and Mary Chain & Spacemen 3. Yeah, I Just referenced all those bands, big words indeed. and this record has the mustard to back it up, Formed in 2007.TBM were formely Mainline, and are now a six piece and are built around the Paxton brothers. - Record Of The Day


BLIND (ltd, self released cd single, 2008)




The Brothers Movement came into existence in 2008.Having spent 3 years under the name MAINLINE in which they released a Sold out 7 inch single with Loog Records and self released limited edition EP. This Hardworking Dublin rock n roll Band built up quiet a repertoire amongst some of the Greatest Rock n Roll bands around having supported the likes of Primal Scream, Ian Brown, MC5, Sonic Youth, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and loads more. Brandishing a new name and new additions to the line up, the band now consists of

Neil Paxton - Guitar & vocals
Conor Paxton – Bass
Scott Glennon – Guitar
Andy Parkes – Drums.

The Brothers Movement spent the first half of 2008 recording their debut album in Philadelphia with the Cobbs (BRMC, Peasant, War on Drugs). With the album now in the mixing & mastering stage. It has allowed The Brothers Movement to road test the new material on such dates as main support to the Jesus and Mary chain at the Roundhouse in London, Black rebel Motorcycle Club’s recent Irish tour, Best of Imro showcase, which has led to the band being chosen to play at the first year of the IMRO New Sound stage OXEGEN Festival in july. Also The Brothers Movement have been invited be play support to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club on some European dates. Keep your ear to the ground as THE BROTHERS MOVEMENT are gathering momentum!