Author: Jasmin Robinson

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Discover: Adore//Repel

Adore//Repel, a full on DIY four-piece from Wakefield, have been grafting hard for a while now, including hosting their own UK tour, building their own studio, and operating entirely without a manager…

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Single Review: Apocalypse // Cigarettes After Sex

Blossoming and full of a dreamy ambience, Cigarettes After Sex have freed their new single Apocalypse into the realm of reality. A track reminiscent of the Twin Peaks soundtrack, light guitar loops dr…

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RIDE announce first album in over 20 years

Seminal four-piece Ride have announced the arrival of their brand new album Weather Diaries, which is pegged to hit the shelves on Friday 16th June. Recorded after a reunion with a lot of old fl…

Wretch 32 - Victorious Festival 2016

Last call for Victorious early bird tickets!

Taking place on Southsea Common in sunny old Portsmouth, Victorious Festival is Pompey's pride and joy when it comes to summer activities. A pleasant contrast to the mammoth weekenders hosted up and d…

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Album Review: Couch Baby (Revisited) // Jamie Isaac

Jamie Isaac, the South London maverick hosting his own brand of chilled-out tracks, has revisited his much-praised debut album Couch Baby - an album that's completely mellow, and the king of the hill …

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EP Review: U Want The Scoop? // The Garden

Californian twins Wyatt and Fletcher Shears, aka The Garden, have earned themselves the status as prodigious and experimental. Since the release of their 2013 20-minute long punk album The Life and Ti…

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Single Review: This Year // Beach Fossils

New York indie-rock dreamboats Beach Fossils are to release their first album in over 3 years in June, entitled 'Somersault'. Coupled with the announcement of a brand new album from the dreamy quartet…

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Single Review: Watchers // Meilyr Jones

Taking the title as most underrated male solo artist from the non-existent RIOT awards, and the contrasting tangible Welsh Music Prize in 2016, Meilyr Jones has a knack for atmospheric, uplifting and …