Author: Kate Eldridge

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Single Review: Tossing Tears // Twin Peaks

Breezing back onto the music scene after a year of commercially releasing only live material, Chicago five-piece Twin Peaks reveal new single, "Tossing Tears" this afternoon, alongside the announcemen…

Paramore

Album Review: After Laughter // Paramore

If there is one thing you could never accuse Paramore of being, it's boring. Since their original formation in 2002, the group has undergone a series of dramatic band member exits, legal disputes, new…

Black Honey

Single Review: Somebody Better // Black Honey

All set to embark on a UK headline tour this Thursday, feisty Brighton quartet Black Honey have released yet another banger to add to their already extensive list in the form of upbeat single, 'Somebo…

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Single Review: How Can I Compete // The Magic Gang

Taken from their upcoming EP set for release in April, Brighton boys The Magic Gang are back with their new, summery single 'How Can I Compete', alongside the announcement of a massive UK tour to comm…

Superfood

Single Review: Double Dutch // Superfood

If you've been sat at home wondering where the hell Superfood have been for the last three years, rest assured you were not the only one. Releasing their self-titled debut album way back in 2014, the …

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Album Review: Yesterday’s Gone // Loyle Carner

At just 22 years old, it's crazy to think how much South London hip-hop artist Loyle Carner has already achieved. Previously sharing stages with the likes of Kate Tempest, Nas and MF Doom, Carner has …