Reviews

Live Review: Baby Queen // Omeara, London - 09.11.21

The epitome of a pandemic baby, Bella Latham signed to Polydor over...

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Live Review: Arlo Parks // Shepherd's Bush Empire // 4.11.21

One by one, band members walk on stage: beginning a chorus of...

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Live Review: TV Priest // YES, Manchester 29.10.21

There is nothing more enjoyable than a Friday night in YES. The...

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JW Francis: "This feels like my first ‘big boy’ record"

New York artist JW Francis boasts a joyous lo-fi catalogue that finds...

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Festival Review: Dark Arts // Leeds // 30.10.21

With a jam-packed lineup of bands that have reached the lofty heights...

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Album Review: American Teeth // We Should Be Having Fun

Recently named as one of Alternative Press’ ‘100 Artists You Need to...

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EP Review: Pixey // Sunshine State

After exploring a range of emotions on her debut EP, Pixey’s Sunshine...

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Album Review: Odd Morris // Cityscape The Ballet EP

When Dublin and music are mentioned in close proximity, you’d be forgiven...

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Live Review: For Those I Love // Deaf Institute 24.10.21

This year’s debut from For Those I Love – aka David Balfe...

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Album Review: Lana Del Rey // Blue Banisters

Lana Del Rey is back with her second album in six months,...

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What Has Happened: Tonstartssbandht on new album Petunia

For over a decade, Tonstartssbandht have been adding to their canon of...

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Album Review: Parquet Courts // Sympathy For Life

Parquet Courts are a band with a unique and winning sound –...

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Festival Review: Dot to Dot Bristol

Each summer since 2005 – minus the global gap-year selflessly booked in...

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Album Review: Sam Fender // Seventeen Going Under

Exploring his own internal identity crisis, Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under showcases...

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Album Review: JW Francis // WANDERKID

Only a year after the defining, critically acclaimed release of ‘We Share...

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Live Review: Sam Fender // This Is Tomorrow, Newcastle

It’s the end of 2021’s grand return to the summer festival season,...

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