Passport Approved Top 10:

1) TELEMAN - "Düsseldorf" (Moshi Moshi, UK)
2) ALL MANKIND – "Welcome Home" (Unsigned, Australia)
3) PICTURE THIS - "You & I" (Unsigned, Ireland)
4) PANDAMIC – "Heck!" (Collision Course, Australia)
5) THE RUIINS - "Eventually" (Unsigned, Australia)
6) AARON – "Onassis" (Wagram, France)
7) KATΙA – "Louder" (BMG, Scandinavia)
8) DEMOB HAPPY – "Suffer You" (SO Recordings, UK)
9) LAUREN WALLER – "Never Were" (Unsigned, N. America)
10) VANT - "Fly By Alien" (Parlophone, UK)

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Artist Of The Week
BAKERS EDDY

Formed in Wellington, New Zealand in 2009, Bakers Eddy is Ciarann Babbington (guitar/vocals), Ian Spagnolo (bass, backing vocals), Jamie Gordon (drums, backing vocals) and Alex Spagnolo (guitar, backing vocals). Musically their influences range from Green Day to Arctic Monkeys and The Hives to Shihad as they present a new take on the sound of 90s/early 2000s rock, one honed through countless hours spent in their practice room and on stage. All lean muscle, sweat and passion, Bakers Eddy’s songs weld infectious melodies, sing-along group vocals and ascendant guitar riffs to class rock themes. Loud and heavy but accessible, they subscribe to Dave Grohl’s philosophy that bands are made by practicing in the drummer’s garage, not discovered on televised talent shows. Since forming, they’ve evolved from raw punk into a driving rock excellence. London’s Asa Bennett, best known for his work with Heaven 17, The Rapture and La Roux, produced their new single, “Wallbreaker.”