Reviews, News, Downloads…

The Abercrombie & Fitch website had a link to a download of The Crimea’s Baby Boom on the Double Dragon website a few weeks ago. If you go to and enter your email address you’ll be given a link to the download.
Stop The Noise have a link to the White Russian Galaxy download on this site, along with a bit more about the band. It’s all a bit foreign but you can click here or on More to read it.
I’ve stuck up another member bio, this one is keyboard player Andy Stafford’s. Not much info I know, but if you know any more then send it in.
Also up on the site is the article on The Crimea from the latest edition of Music Week. Check it out on the press clippings page.

MP3 Van De Dag: The Crimea – White Russian Galaxy
De vijf Engelse muzikanten die eerst zes jaar door het leven gingen als The Crocketts proberen nu als The Crimea door te breken. En als ik het nummer White Russian Galaxy van hun nieuwe album Tragedy Rocks hoor, zou een status als NME-snoepje van de week er best wel eens in kunnen zitten voor deze band. Alhoewel, misschien klinken ze daar toch net iets te Amerikaans voor. Anyway, The Crimea heeft al het voorprogramma verzorgd van Ash, Travis en Kings Of Leon en zangeres Sophie Ellis-Baxtor schijnt een fan van ze te zijn. The Independent heeft ze gelabeled als een van de bands om naar uit te kijken in 2004. Genoeg redenen dus om dit MP3′tje eens te beluisteren. Klinkt als: Travis, The Flaming Lips, Badly Drawn Boy.

Taken from the Stop The Noise website here.

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2 Responses to “Reviews, News, Downloads…”

  1. xxx says:

    Lush clothes and a mention of The Crimea…heaven…

  2. And here’s a translation of my piece on the Crimea:

    MP3 Of The Day: The Crimea – White Russian Galaxy
    The five English musicians who were known as The Crocketts for six years before are now trying to make it as The Crimea. And when I hear the song White Russian Galaxy from their new album Tragedy Rocks, a status as NME-candy of the week could very well be a possibility for this band. On the other hand, they might sound a little bit too American-like for that. Anyway, The Crimea has in the past opened shows for Ash, Travis and Kings Of Leon and singer Sophie Ellis-Baxtor appears to be a fan. The Independent has labeled them as one of the bands to watch in 2004. Enough reasons to give this MP3 a spin. Sounds like: Travis, The Flaming Lips, Badly Drawn Boy.

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