Author: Jasmin Robinson

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Album Review: King’s Mouth // The Flaming Lips

20 years since releasing The Soft Bulletin, The Flaming Lips have unveiled their 15th long-player. King's Mouth is a technicolour dreamscape, peppered with buoyant electronica and gliding guitars. To …

The Crowd in front of the Common Stage during Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds on the Sunday of Victorious Festival 2016.

Festival Profile: Victorious Festival 2019

Name:  Victorious Festival Where:  Southsea Common, Portsmouth When:  23rd-25th August After all the Glastonbury commotion, anyone dying to escape to a muddy field for a big singalong can look no f…

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Discover: Froth

Emerging from the depths of a two year hiatus, LA noise-rock trio Froth return with a new album, and a new fuzzed-out track, Laurel. The music video was created by Courtney Garvin of the Courtneys, an…

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Live Review: Hot Chip // Trinity Centre, Bristol

Hot Chip rounded off their brief and intimate UK tour this week with a blistering show at Bristol’s Trinity Centre. Having released new single Hungry Child a couple of days before, one could reasonabl…

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Discover: Holiday Ghosts

Hailing from Falmouth, Cornwall, Holiday Ghosts play fun, bluesy rock and roll. On 15th February 2019, they released their second long-player. Living under the radar since their eponymous debut album,…

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Album Review: The Drums // Brutalism

Since releasing their rather dark offering, Abysmal Thoughts, in 2017, a lot has happened in the world of The Drums. Line-up changes, break-ups, and personal growth have birthed their latest creation,…

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Homeshake announces new album ‘Helium’

Homeshake over the years has been a consistently spaced-out, detached display of the steamy and the invasive. Canada's Peter Sagar has tapped into the uncanny with his latest track 'Like Mariah'. …

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YAK’s new single Bellyache

Alas, Salvation again folks! YAK have come back to replenish their arsenal, and this time they’ve swivelled away from their fuzzy and scuzzy debut. Bellayche moves the band into an über impressive…