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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…

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Track Review: Carry Yourself // Razorlight

Razorlight are back! After a 10-year hiatus with their latest single from their upcoming album, Olympus Sleeping. Their new single ‘Carry Yourself,’ is an endearing throwback to early '00s indie if ev…

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Track Review: Gills // Neggy

Their grunge oriented, back-heavy sound draws on influences such as Pearl Jam and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Neggy balance an edge between melodic and distorted that is almost as captivating as it …

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Premiere: Red Paranoia // Yossarian

It's worth noting when a band is compared in sound to the likes of The National and Arcade Fire. It's even more notable when that band has under their belt a healthy catalogue of tracks across two suc…

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Disclosure Drop Two New Tracks In Two Days

Disclosure have dropped two new tracks in as many days, the latter of which being the velvety, dulcet 'Where Angels Fear To Tread'. Inspired by "a-capella jazz" and "advanced jazz harmony" the like…