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RIOT Introducing #027: Regressive Left

On the first listen of Regressive Left‘s impassioned new single ‘Take The...

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Where There's a Will: The Artists Harnessing Social Media to Thrive in Lockdown

When lockdown began in March 2020, the music industry was cast into...

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Taylor Swift is re-recording her back catalogue, and we can’t wait to hear these songs

So, Taylor Swift re-recording her first 5 albums is no big deal,...

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RIOT Introducing #026: George Moir

George Moir makes life-affirming indie pop bops which document the highs and...

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RIOT Introducing #25: MarthaGunn

For MarthaGunn, music is all about connection. So, in a year so...

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Peaches & Paris: an Interview with Josef Salvat

Despite the virtual nature of our acquaintance, Josef Salvat’s charming personality makes...

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Alone Together Documentary Review: Collaborative Therapy for the Digital Age

Ten months after the release of her quarantine album, Alone Together takes us...

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Blanketman on their 'National Trust' EP and writing music in a pandemic

Gearing up to release their debut EP, National Trust, later this month, we sat...

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Post-Punk & Patience: an Interview with TV Priest

With their moshpit-ready cacophony of distorted guitars and wry takes on modernity;...

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RIOT Introducing #024: Greta Isaac

It’s rare that a pop artist comes out of the gates with...

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Looking Back: Did Dexys Midnight Runners deserve to be more than two hit wonders?

Dexys Midnight Runners, a band named after doing lots of drugs and...

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RIOT Introducing #022: Thals

Born in the Netherlands to Columbian/Spanish parents, and raised in Marbella; Thals...

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RIOT Introducing #021: SHRINK

Still in his early twenties, Sam Breathwick has already found success through...

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Album Review: Shame // Drunk Tank Pink

Looking to maintain their title as Most Exciting Band in Britain, Shame...

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RIOT Introducing #020: JUMBO

Cast your mind back to that short window of optimism towards the...

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From Flops To Bops; Live Lounge's Most Ambitious Performances

God bless the nonsense that the Live Lounge produces. BBC Radio 1’s...

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